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#1 282Mikado

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Posted 17 August 2008 - 07:11 AM

Valid observation. However, much can be said about various positions each party consider to be foundational. Neither are supportive of the Constitution. There are other choices and I encourage you to actively involve yourself. Pray without ceasing for Gods' will.


I have. At the current time I am leaning heavily towards Chuck Baldwin, even though it will most likely be a write in for my state.

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Posted 15 August 2008 - 09:50 AM

The following two articles further blur the differences between the two main parties (GOP vs DEM). Can anyone clarify for me some profound positional difference between these two parties? I do not see any issue that there is not some GOP capitulation to the left. Also, if you listen to each campaign there is absolutely no substance because neither candidate has any solid position for which he will either stand firm on or (worse) admit to.

Pro-Life Senator to Speak at Democratic Convention
http://www.cnsnews.c... ... rcID=34066

McCain hints at pro-choice running mate
http://washingtontim... ... ning-mate/

As such it is good to see articles like the following:

Polls show more reject both McCain, Obama
http://www.worldnetd... ... geId=72140

It would be good to see these numbers grow higher, but that would require Americans to get up out of their apathy and that is doubtful to happen. I know I will not be voting for either of the front runners.

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Posted 16 August 2008 - 07:19 PM

Valid observation. However, much can be said about various positions each party consider to be foundational. Neither are supportive of the Constitution. There are other choices and I encourage you to actively involve yourself. Pray without ceasing for Gods' will.

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Posted 17 August 2008 - 09:41 AM

I'm putting my support behind Bob Barr on the Libertarian ticket.




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