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Commentary :: Politics
Vote Bush ? Vote Kerry ?
18 Oct 2004
To vote or not to vote ? Vote Bush or vote Kerry ?
To vote or not to vote ?
Vote Bush ? or Vote Kerry ?

Call for CHOICE in election

In a sane democracy, you wouldn't have to vote AGAINST a candidate,
but FOR the one you think will best represent people (We, the people...).

In a healthy democracy, there could be more than two candidate, and each one
would have equal chances to expose their programme.

In a ethical democracy, money invested in campaigns would be less determinant
than the real political engagement of a candidate toward his public.

If democracy was taken more seriously, presidential elections wouldn't be run
like a 'Mister Universe' competition where the candidates have to PLAY good on TV shows.

Bet for a real CHANGE, vote for PEOPLE

Vote Ralph NADER !

link: Election 2004: Vote Bush ? Vote Kerry ?
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Re: Vote Bush ? Vote Kerry ?
18 Oct 2004
voting in presidential elections takes about one millionth of your time (about an hour every four years). Don't Just (Not) Vote, Get Active!
Bush isn't the only problem, and neither Kerry nor Nader is the solution.
Today I Voted Absentee Ballot.
19 Oct 2004
I voted for Kerry today. ABB! Either change directions? Or lose our liberties! Nader may take a few votes. Not mine. At least, not this time.
Change! This country needs it!