<br>OUTTA' SITE!!!<br><br>For Who? <br>No matter, No Worries<br>It's all good, as long as you<br>believe in what you're doing.<br><br>Yes, I'd like to know what it's like...<br>...keep us up to date.<br><br>GO GET'UM CHAMP!<br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
Listen to the FSM and now the IPU. We will meet you at the pearly gates and will remember who you caucus for.<br><br>Barack Obama will double the funding for the National Institutes of Health. This is money that will invest for the future of the economic engine of the United States.<br><br>Or you can slip on meat sauce and be skewered by a single horn. This will be the fate of anyone who votes for a creationist president.<br><br>
Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
I'm actually baffled -- or sometimes even to the point of disgust -- and amazed that just about every US presidential election seems to revolve around secondary or even tertiary issues about the candidates' stance on them and so on, when the actual political issues that should be the focus, like this time the war in Iraq and the budget deficit conveniently get thrown on the sidetrack as the always so precious and important (I said tertiary, didn't I ) issues of gay marriage, anti-abortionism and now the whole creationism vs. evolution thing get the spotlight. Now, if this didn't happen in every US presidential election, it would be quite funny. Instead as last time it lead to an election of an idiot -- twice, whose policies have been a disaster -- twice, I don't feel like laughing as I'm afraid the US is indeed a nation capable of electing yet another idiot for president. Or at least an idiot with mucho dinero to spin the propaganda wheel fast enough.<br><br>OTOH, I guess we euros aren't much smarter, but at least we have managed to have our governments somewhat more secular at least until now. It remains to be seen though, what effects the stupidification of our culture through popular culture brings us. The signs are at least IMO pointing to a similar progress as in the States, as I've seen more and more little things and societal and infrastructural features and media gradually shift towards what I experienced in Oregon in 94-95.<br><br>
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