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Vote Obama

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Today is an election of historic proportions for so many reasons, and could be the most historic election of our lifetime. Don’t miss out! Go vote. You can find your voting place right on the Obama site. Or, if you want a less partisan resource, just Google polling place, type in your address, and get your polling location right on Google Maps.

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I’m sure it comes as no shock to anyone who knows me or who’s read the more politically inclined posts of this blog’s past, but I couldn’t be a stronger support of Barack Obama for our next President of the United States. From bringing our involvement in the war in Iraq to a responsible close, to fixing our broken healthcare system, to repairing the economy, Obama is the right choice for so many reasons. Value a woman’s right to choose? With two Supreme Court justices near retirement, kiss Roe v. Wade goodbye if McCain-Palin wins the ticket.

And don’t even get me started on Palin…

Why has this become a country where people want to elect someone like them? I sure don’t. I want someone smarter than me in the White House. I want someone who understands the intricacies of running a country and a world power in office. I want someone who has the power to inspire change, to motivate We the People, and to begin earning back the respect of the world, which BushCo. has systemically destroyed in the past 8 years.

So get out there and vote.

Our country, our children, and the world are depending on us. Let’s not repeat the mistakes of the last 8 years.

Vote Obama.

Check out this cool Capital Region Voters’ Guide.

Tags: politics

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Matt // Nov 4, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    Yes we can! (fingers tightly crossed)

  • 2 pjt // Nov 7, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    Just read on Steve Barnes site that Obama has a 1,000 bottle wine cellar. On the campaign trail he was careful to be seen having a beer here and there. Uh Oh, sounds like he is a Republican in Democratic clothing.
    Wink, glad he got elected. Hopefully, 16 months after 1/20 the last of our combat troops will be out of George Bush’s phony war.

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