reply to post by timelike
I'm an American, and I voted for C. O. Baldwin.
I just wanted to extend my appreciation to my allies overseas for voicing such strong support for B. Obama. We are very proud of his leadership and
potential to bravely reform policy. I honestly hope he can undo most of the mistakes and illegal activity done by (the heinously unintelligent and
wholly spineless) G. W. Bush. We have love and gifts for all of the people of the world, as we are all of your brothers and sisters that have come
here and worked so hard to promote freedom from tyranny for all of mankind. We don't think of just ourselves. We are not all selfish. The majority
of us are much smarter than that.
I think I speak for the majority when I say that we are not a people of extremes, but a people of moderation. We can't figure out how to fix the
dichotomy of the political spheres' extremes. We do our best to elect a representative who will do the least damage and encourage the most
The bell curve seems to be accurate, and if you divvy political opinion into three equal lengths, there is a small red right and a small blue left and
a significantly huge majority of purple in the middle. But, it's hard to write law that works one way for people who believe one thing and works
another way for people who believe another way.
I'd like a call from Obama to all of the philosophers and political scientists in the world to scientifically analyze all of the Democracies of the
world and figure out which form is working best and how to best analyze the opinions of the populace and FORM or CREATE or PICK a candidate that best
fits the ACTUAL beliefs of the MODERATE MAJORITY!
I think of the yin/yang symbol as politics today, but actuality the reality of opinion has wedge of gray through the middle. I think we should all
come to the realization that any extreme is crazy and moderation is truly intelligent.
Thank you, again, to the world for supporting our new executive president and commander in chief, Barack Hussein Obama, the honorable Senator from
Illinois. God, bless the future.