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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Corruption in Our Government

Where do you draw the line on corruption in your government. I am so upset with these people that claim to be the party of American Values but hide a ton of skeletons in their closets. Politics is a nasty business in its own right but having a political party like the Republicans control our nations future for so long has made it okay to screw over the American people. Investigations turn up nothing damaging a year or two later and yet a crime was committed against our nations rules and laws.

Americans have to face the facts that our government has been Hi-Jacked by big business and the folks steering the ship could give not one care as to the crew manning the ship. The Jane and Joe six pack is not part of the scenario in their eyes. We are the ones you step on to get to the next record quarterly profit statement.

Even the Conservatives are bitching that the party of Ronald Reagan has been taken over by the likes of people that never understood his mentality or philosophy. It is a shame on the Republican Party that crimes are committed for the sake of moving the political agenda forward.

Where does the ordinary Jane and John Doe of America draw the line as to where America should be going? You vote. You vote for change even though it isn’t a candidate not in your party. You vote for change. You vote for what is right and toss the liars and thieves out of your government.

Many folks are saying they will stay home on November 7th and that is a very wrong thing to do. Your vote is important to America and to yourself. Voting gives you the right to say I approve of this policy of corruption or I disapprove.

I’m a Reagan Democrat and I am voting the scandalous party out of office and you should too! Staying home on election day tells the people of this great country that you do not care. Your voice is not important. If you are pissed off at the corruption then say so on November 7th.

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Blogger Steve said...

I'd support a Truman/Goldwater ticket.

I'd even support a Lieberman/McCain ticket in two years. I think the country needs to be brought back to the middle; the fringe on either side is frightening for so many.

5:24 PM  

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