Friday, May 04, 2012

An observation

Well, as Woody pointed out, Swamprat's letter got a lot of attention judging by the comments.

It went about as I expected. Half of the comments seemed to favor my view and about half opposed it. I gotta tell you though, the folks that agreed with me seemed to state their point with more conviction. I do appreciate y'all being civil to me and each other as well. Sonofabitch, I think we've all finally grown up.....

We all have our views and I can understand your arguments. Really, I can and I'm not condemning anybody for them. But I have to stand by my beliefs, man. Upbringing and all that good shit. Maybe stubborness, I don't know.
I will study the different candidates and partys and if there's one that I can truly support, I'll vote for him or her. It's the American Way. Freedom of choice, right?
Last election I voted Libertarian.


mugley said...

There is nothing I dread s much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other.

This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.

John Adams 1789

Brian in Florida said...

What Mugley said. But take a closer look at the two party system and you will find although diametricaly apposed as they are, the moment you try to run a third party, no matter what it is called or leans towards, the two party system becomes united as one to ridicule, laugh at, and demonize as a disrupter.
This assures no third party will emerge as anything other than something to look down on and sniff at.
Too bad, because I am sure my dog could have made a better pick than the GOP. We could call the new party Sheep Dogs. Ha
That is all
Have a Good Day.