This morning at 9 AM, I sauntered into my town office to vote. There was no line out the door. There were no candidates politicking right outside the acceptable boundary. There were hardly any cars in the parking lot. Some nice elderly volunteers were having
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… and that sounds like a whole lotta them Ayrabs to me. Can you come up with a stupider reason not to vote for Barack Obama and Joseph Biden on November 4, 2008?
It’s a little tiny spark, and I have no idea whether it will catch and start a fire. But it is a spark nonetheless. A group called Columbus for Peace that has no apparent web presence has called for Ohioans to converge on the State
Whatever you do, for goodness’ sake, if you live in Ohio don’t vote on Election Day this November. I know I won’t. In 2004, voting line waits were as long as 11 hours in the state of Ohio, and on the radio this morning an
Last week, I indicated in a video that because Barack Obama had not only broken his promise to oppose the FISA Amendments Act through filibuster, but had also turned his back on the Bill of Rights in general and the Fourth Amendment to the U.S.