Friday, November 03, 2006


On Tuesday, we will head to the polls in an important exercise in democracy. School board and city council members, dog catchers and judges, to Governors and members of Congress, we have an opportunity to make our voices heard.

Elections are choices, in a representative democracy we choose who will represent us in the thousands of decisions our leaders make on a daily basis. I for one care deeply about gay rights, national security, health care, the right to choose, the environment, education, and more. The choices we make Tuesday will be among the most important in history. Will we continue on the path we have been on for the last 8 years, or begin a rethinking of our policies and place in the world stage. Will our votes count, or will they be thrown out like in the last two elections. Weill we make stupid decision like one gay fellow who voted for our worthless boy-Gov and rationalized it by saying "they all screw us, might as well be a cute one doing it."

That crap results in the clowns we have in office.

Think carefully about your choice and consider which candidates will help your hometown and this country become great again.

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