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godogs 10/29/08 - 08:16 am
If we are to believe what

If we are to believe what both candidates in all of these races have to say about each other then we should be voting for neither. Apparently it is not an American honor to service in a public position of trust anymore because it appears all of the candidates in every race are so interested in their own personal agendas and special interest groups that they could care less about the country as a whole. Our founding fathers would be soooo dissappointed in what we have for leaders today. People need to take time to see what each candidate believes personally and how they have voted in the past. To vote for anyone because of specific party affiliation or race is pure iggnorance. I have voted across both sides because at different times I felt that particular candidate had better morals and wanted the best for the entire country. I hope before Tuesday each person will get on their knees and pray that they are making a Godly choice not based on race one side or the other or what that particular candidate can do for me personally, but for my country. You are voting for your children's future and the future of our once great country. Let's bring good honest work back to America!

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