In the bay area, I saw all kinds of Bush supporters. Even knew some. I have yet to meet a single Bush supporter in Multnomah County, Orgegon. I think I've only seen one Bush/Cheney lawn poster, but the Kerry/Edwards posters are everywhere you look.<br><br>Personally, I'm pretty sure that I'm still going to write in Nader. It was pretty despicable the partisan politics that were played out to keep him off the ballot here. Latest update, yesterday, is that a court's last-minute decision (literally, the day before the ballots went to the printer) has upheld the Democratic Atty. General's decision to keep him off the ballot, earlier shot down by a lower court.<br><br>I know a lot of people don't think Nader can lead, but at least he's not owned by corporate interests—certainly much further separated from them by the politics-as-usual candidates. Who can really lead when their interest is in their pocketbooks?<br><br>
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