I don't know why politics are such a taboo subject. We are so passionate about our beliefs and want so desperately to convince the other side that ours is the right one. When truth is sprinkled on both sides on both issues, there ends up being no right and no wrong. We are constantly being tugged to one ideology. And it is truly sad that we live in these conversational prisons. It all boils down to your passions and your ideals. But the most important thing we all agree on is to go out and vote.-DavidG
Gooblink - 2008-10-13 6:07 PM Sometimes it boils down to picking the lesser of two weasels.
In this election, it's picking the lesser of two evils! The country can pick to go in two drastic directions: one leads to more ruin and the other to a better future and much needed reformation.
I don’t understand how it’s socialism to give people better healthcare access (which people should push for universal healthcare), quality education, and new energy initiatives that can stimulate new jobs for the future. I don’t understand how this country which has been increasing in inequality under this current party can continue onward in the same direction. I’m not saying that supposed “socialist” of this campaign has all the right answers, but this country has a better chance of domestic nation building. I guess I just have a more radical opinion on what constitutes socialist policies. I guess I should mention that I live in Massaschusetts and that I'm a college senior. xD Enough said.
Please don't let my opinons stop anyone from critiquing my work. (just kidding!)
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