Political Elections


Who Are You California?  You vote to raise taxes on yourself again?  Really?  It’s another easy way out for politicians on our backs.  How does the majority not see it?  I’m speechless and disappointed, and question what’s going on in my native state.

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On the eve of the election, that’s all I’ve got to say about it for now.  I voted.  Did you?

11/20/12 Update: I’m concerned about “Obamacare” and numerous important issues, but need to respect the election results — I continue to hope and pray for what’s best for America and Americans as a whole.  It’s time for good decisions to be made.

I still write here — I’m just depressed about California’s election results on most fronts.  It appears the naive were recruited in force and we’re now left with numerous battles to be fought.  I’m currently paralyzed to write more, since there are too many problems with my beautiful home state — Excessive business taxes, regulations and restrictions, Mafioso-esk labor unions, high taxes, so-called sanctuary cities, political fraud and deceit, etc.  We mustn’t stop combating these things or we’re surely going off a cliff.  Don’t give up or give in to what’s wrong.

Voting is a very IMPORTANT tool you have and it’s essential that you use it now.  Please vote on November 2, 2010 — America must be put back on track.  Too many unacceptable things are happening to our great nation and people.  Citizens don’t forget that Politicians work for YOU, not themselves.  Remind them.  All must be held accountable for what’s been promised and we need not accept less.  The fraud, constant political bargaining, lies and theft have to stop.  It’s ruining the quality of the one life we all have here.  It’s imperative that we start heading in the right direction, to carry out the true will of the American people.  And if you don’t vote, don’t complain, because apathy is part of the problem.  Please read up and vote!

It’s clear, Meg Whitman for Governor in 2010.  She’s smart, seems tough and is what California needs.  I’m voting for her and hope you do too.  It’ll be an important vote for the future of California and her candidacy improves my outlook.  She appears and sounds quite impressive.  Our continued optimism is that she’ll stay strong and do the right thing for the tax payers and state.  It’s unfortunate that the Gubernatorial Election isn’t until November 2, 2010.  Regrettably, Arnold has been a big disappointment — We pray that he doesn’t waste the time he has left as Governor focusing on the wrong things, like so many politicians do.  I expected more from him.

In California’s upcoming Special Election on May 19, 2009, PLEASE VOTE NO on Measures 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D and 1E .  Make our Politicians act responsibly with the money they’re already taking from us.  It’s ENOUGH!  Force them to stop the fraud, waste, bribes, convolution and special interest pay outs — It’s time to do what’s best for America.  Taking more money out of our pockets for the same negligent use doesn’t make us stronger.  The failing status quo only continues.  Send the Politicians back to work to make better decisions.  Stop falling for political scare tactics and VOTE NO on the aforementioned Measures.  And YES on 1F only.

Learn More Information HERE:

http://www.socaltaxrevoltcoalition.org/9.html

http://ca.lwv.org/action/prop0905/flyer.html

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-hogarth/arnolds-may-special-elect_b_172876.html

UPDATE:  Good job California voters — You did it. http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-props20-2009may20,0,5134709.story

Although I didn’t vote for Barack Obama and Joe Biden, I’m ready to see the “change” that won them the election.  There are a lot of problems, they made a lot of promises, and now I want to see the issues resolved.  CHANGE is not just a word — It’s an action/difference.  Most specifically I want to see positive change.  I hereby ask Barack Obama and Joe Biden to PLEASE do the right things for America and Americans.  Use the power wisely and I’ll support you.

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