Sunday, September 30, 2007

The Circus Is Back In Town

It's probably a bit early for most of you, but the 2008 Presidential election is 13 months away - so I guess we had better start paying attention to the circus while there are still choices. Unfortunately, our system of elections has evolved into survival of the wealthiest instead of the fittest (or most worthy) - so if you don't start paying attention now and voicing your opinion, the slate of choices will be made for you via financial elimination.

So, if you have not already done so, I would like to invite you to take a look at Mike Huckabee
- former Governor of Arkansas. He is a relatively soft spoken man with strong convictions on fiscal policy and national security. Oh, and he is a FairTax supporter too!

One of the most interesting exchanges that I have seen thus far is posted on YouTube from one of the Republican debates - it's only three minutes so give it a look
.

Who knows what the next year will bring, but Mike Huckabee is worth a look now. Whatever your opinion or party affiliation, information is power - make sure you get yours.


## That's my opinion##

2 comments:

Frasypoo said...

It is and will be a circus.......I get to vote for the first time in a presidential election and am excited but am still undecided as to who is the best

Name: Soapboxgod said...

Sorry Ramblin' man but ever since Huckabee lost 30 or so pounds he's become a bit of a health Nazi. He wants to mandate excercise and he's also one of these anti-freedom, anti-private property "we need to ban smoking in your own private establishment" proponents.

No true conservative would go against free market principles like that. Most people don't see the smoking ban issue for what it really is. And that is a mere litmus test for further government intervention.

Hey!...I enjoy a smoke-free environment as much as the next guy but it's not about me and my wants. And, we all know that once you open up that proverbial can of worms you'll never get the worms (i.e. Government) back in the can.

No commitment here on a candidate.