posted on May, 14 2006 @ 11:44 AM
Hate is much too strong a word. To hate someone, you must have some sort of personal knowledge of the person you hate.
My opposition to Mr. Bush, after several years of support, stems from disconnect I percieve between him and the folks who voted for him, approximately
half the nation both times. He seemingly ignores the will of those people stated over and over in polls, interviews, letters to the editor, internet
blogs, etc... especially concerning immigration, and the Middle East situations.
Not that I think the dems are innocent of any wrong doing, of course, not hardly. My support has dwindled to the lowest point I can ever recall in my
life. I have little, or no, hope that either party can do anything to address any issue, or even have the desire to do anything to address any issue.
It's not a matter of hatred of Mr. Bush, its a matter of utter and complete disgust over the inability or the unwillingness, of the politicians in
WashingtonDC, and locally, to do what we as voters and taxpayers ask them to do.
Nope, not hatred. Just an utter and complete feeling of disgust. Oddly enough, though, it has reenergized my political activism which had wained in
recent years. I fully intend to be as active as my time permits this fall and into the future. Hopefully, I can find a candidate worthy of my