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Monday, April 21, 2008 

Time To Vote

Well, I’m gonna do it, I’m actually gonna vote this year in my state’s primary because this year my vote will really, really, really count. Ok, I always vote just to make sure the old people don’t get that fancy new retirement center as well as to insure that children have no new parks in which to play.

Normally, by the time the primary rolls around the candidates for the two major parties are already picked to represent the respective parties. Well, not this year, yippee!

The problem I’m having is my utter disgust with the choices. I can’t in good conscience vote for the candidate of the party that I would normally align myself with. Why? Simply put, I don’t feel like that individual can be trusted with the office of president, in my ever so humble opinion. Who is that? Good question but it doesn’t matter with so many poor choices.

So for the first time in a primary and a general election, I’m going to vote for a third party candidate. I think the only sensible choice this election will be the Roslin/Airlock ticket. In these times of uncertainty, strong leadership is what we need to move forward. So say we all.

So say we all.

So say we all!

So say we all!!!

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