Just as we tell our children that they should not allow peer pressure to force their decisions, we should not allow the way a vote goes to change us personally. It can inform you, enlighten you and help you, but it should not discourage you, dissuade you, or cause you to quit working for what you believe in.
I have to admit it; I am ready for this election to be over. As I sat down this evening to write this new blog entry, I was trying to think of what to write about. Some ideas came to mind, but they all revolved around the candidates, the issues, trust, mistrust, lies, being two-faced, … Read more
According to the evening news, it looks like the civility backlash in the election is finally starting to take effect. The news showed scenes from a couple of McCain’s rallies where the people were just fearful and hateful about Obama. It was truthfully a horrifying site and even John McCain seemed taken aback. Now the … Read more
Vote, don’t vote, whatever – watch the video.
This would be funny if it wasn’t true or if she wasn’t a major contender for Vice President of the United States. As it is, this is scary. And the fact that she was chosen, and that she still keeps up this misguided argument, forces you to call into question the judgment of the man … Read more