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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Up the revolution! (Open Post)

Nah, it's not quite time for a revolution-apart from a "revolution" at the ballot box. Visiting with an email bud/frequent commenter recently, he said something about voting for NOTA* in an upcoming election.

Now, wouldn't that be a thought... what if... OK, what if somehow, someway voters could have NOTA printed underneath every set of candidates? Would NOTA be elected to a majority in Congress? How about State legislatures and governorships?

Ahhh, quit dreaming.


I've been reading The Founders Constitution, recently. A good intro to the book might be the Continental Congress, Declaration and Resolves of October, 1774-nearly two years before the Declaration of Independence.

Washington D.C. is looking and acting a lot more like King George, the more the Democrapic Socialists and their Republican't lap dogs heap their endless intrusive laws on their subjects' heads...

But don't listen to me. I'm being ruined by reading the Founders' thoughts and comparing them to what our feddle gummint has become.

This is an OTA (Open Trackback Alliance) post. CLICK the link on the graphic to find out what that means if you don't already know. Link to this post and track back. I'll hit up a few myself later in the day.

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*NOTA=None of the Above, of course...
Lighting the end of the chain at Diane's Stuff (but the darned thing just refuses to draw... ).