Monday, November 3, 2008
The Political Hoedown!
Noting the irony in the phrase "Red America"
Jump on over the the Political Hoedown to see near-daily updates (that's right - it now pays to go there daily) as well as the last in a batch of Cases for or against the Presidential candidates:
He Ain't No Maverick: The Case Against John McCain by Jim Jubilee
Based on Merit: The Case for Barack Obama by Townser
Rebuild: The Case for John McCain by Nashville Sticks
Aside from those, there are a bunch of other posts including a look at media bias (in the form of a letter to the editor), what's become of middle-ground politics, Obama's superior position going into election day, last-minute polling numbers and the resulting head-scratching, and a heartfelt, open letter to Sen. Obama by a small businessman from Texas that is absolutely essential reading on both sides.
Remember to vote tomorrow if you haven't, and do so for the candidate you think will do the best job, not the one your party supports or your parents taught you to like. Ignore the outside noise and focus on the country and the issues facing it. Who has the best chance of meaningful change? Which candidate believes in your version of American and her dream?
Walk proudly into the voting booth and make your choice. I only hope I've helped inform it a little these last ten months.
(And yes, you will hear from me tomorrow.)
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