posted on Sep, 10 2006 @ 12:29 PM
Faith and hope? When did those become the hallmark of futility? Or niativity? I will admit that occaisionally they do require help. Having those
means, to me anyway, you haven't given up...that you still believe in the ultimate strength of, in this case, the voting public. Does not haveing
those mean you've given up? Ultimately, its up to you as individuals to decide that...
If you have, then the powers that be have won...and we might as well hold out our hands and wrists for the shackles. If you haven't, then no matter
how in control the powers that be may think they are they'll still have something to concern them while they are at their parties congratulating
The other choices are there...you and I, along with every other voter, whereever in the world you are, just have to get off our dead ass's and work
at it. Faith and hope are the fuel that drives that desire for change...if you don't have it, why you might as well just roll over on your back and
present your throat, because you just lost.