Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Campaigns need more than comments.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

absolutely. the RNC is making me a bit queasy this week...

fat girl said...

absolutely. the RNC is making me a bit queasy this week...

Dave said...

and is that any different than the DNC last week?

cas said...
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cas said...

you think that is sickening?

M. Steve Heartsill said...

Both the DNC and the RNC say what the people want to hear...and whatever will get the most votes. Period. End of discussion.

Amy Flanagan said...

m. steve: I agree to a certain point. But doesn't that give people power. Let's turn it around as a force of good. Make the people want to hear something better.

Mike said...

Monday - going up! Today - going right.

M. Steve Heartsill said...

Amy...good point...that's why I regularly write, email, and call the elected officials in my area...it's always amazing to me how many NEVER respond...and then there are others who NEVER fail to respond! I'm afraid some of these men/women have forgotten how they got into office...

John Hart said...

@m.steve - Cynicism is the lifeblood of the Republican party. The more you are convinced that both parties are the same / are liars / etc, the more power you cede to corporate interests who can buy government. Buying the government is much easier when the populace is disaffected; your world-weary knowing stance furthers the ends of exactly one party.

The Serrano Boy said...

it really need more than comments..

 
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