Friday, March 25, 2005

Use the off year for education

With all the noise being made about a multitude of political issues, it is always a good thing to remember the issues that aren’t being touted so loudly.

Slowly but surely, the American public is becoming aware of a level of greed and corruption that permeates the political structure from top to bottom. The answers to this dilemma are certainly not obvious, nor will they ever be discovered through the level of discussion currently taking place in the public square. The only hope I can see to elevate the discussion to two sided is through an elevation of knowledge about “how things actually work”.

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Vote fraud 101:
Here is your primer

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