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Christopher Joseph Neiger-Bickham - 2003-04-25 20:11:24
I coulnd't help but notice your diary and I decided to view it for myself. I'll be a registered voter come the 2004 election and I'm partially thinking myself about whom I will vote for. I read your entry about North Korea and couldn't help but read some of it. My grandfather was wounded in the Korean War of 1950-1953 and he recieved a Purple Heart for it. You make a lot of interesting points and I do agree with some a good portion of them. Goodbye.
minyoo - 2003-04-25 21:11:27
heh. good for you!!! As for me, I am struggling between Kucinich and Howard Dead- But seriously. I love Kucinich in both his peace policy, abolition of death penalty, and his progressive economic policy.
jessica lovejoy - 2003-04-26 02:41:23
Arrr, now I'm conflicted! I was all set on Dean, and now you've thrown in this monkey wrench. Well, knowledge usually goes hand in hand with such discomfort. Really, though, I could be happy with any number of the candidates, just so long as they WIN. Thanks for all the info- I don't know how you find the time to know so much! -JL
Ravyne - 2003-04-26 03:03:04
Jessica - my life evolves around my computer, the library, and my it is fun being self-employed :)
Nikita - 2003-04-26 03:18:16
Wow. That Kucinich guy is the candidate I've been looking for. I've tried to support candidates from other parties in the past, but they disappear pretty quick. Green Party, Libertarian, even Independant candidates don't seem to have much of a chance in our wonderful system. Then again, this last election proved it doesn't much matter how many votes a candidate gets if the Electoral College has a winner picked already. Let's hope they aren't as corrupt this time around. Thanks for the heads up on Kucinich. I'll keep checking his website.

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