Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Help change the future: VOTE!


You have the opportunity to voice your opinion.
You have the power to decide the future of your life and your country, for the next 4 years and beyond.
You have the freedom of choice.
It is a luxury many people in this world do not have.

Fact: the 2000 U.S. election was deicded by less than a few hundreds votes. That's a fraction of the number of people that visit this site daily.

You have the power to make a difference.

Will you use your voice, your power, your choice?

Some are for change. Others are mavericks. Some have had personal anguish. While others can see Russia from their backyards. Whoever you choose is up to you but take this opportunity to exercise your right of choice.

You have the power to make a difference.
Let your voice be heard.


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  2. I would migrate to the US, JUST TO VOTE for Obama haha

    But obv I can't :( But I'm leaving the BBC coverage streaming and vote turnouts have been incredible, well done USA.

  3. Big-A, although I think your slightly excessively negative comment is not directed at anyone in particular, I don't think everyone is voting for him just because he is black. I would vote for him, and I am not black lol. People have voted for the first time because for once there is actually a large difference between these two candidates. I don't care much about my politics here because they really are all the same but now we are talking about more or less an extension of Bush or a genuine change in the country. You can't call pulling the troops out of Iraq 'very little difference'. So for once even the young adults are now obsessed with politics because even they want change.

    lol if you're genuinely tired of it, you won't have that much of it too much longer - remember it's the election day :P

  4. My good friend unreal stole the words from my mouth exactly!

  5. big-a is talking sense. I've been following politics in the USA for a long time especially this election campaign. Obama is a great speaker with a great personality. He says alot of right and good things which is why there is alot of enthusiasm for him. The fact is there is very little difference between the two parties. When it comes down to foreign policy they agree on almost every issue. Both parties are gonna withdraw the troops eventually. The only difference is that Obama is going to do it with a set timetable. However, even his party have expressed desire to keep military bases in the region. Obama cant rule america without the jewish vote. Without promising the jews on certain issues, he would be nowhere near getting into politics. Respect to some jews but America is run by the jewish lobby with the media right behind them.

    On domestic front, the economy is the big issue and that's why Obama gets a slight nudge in front.

    At the end of the day anything is better than the muppet that's been running the country for the last 8 years.

    For me Ralph Nader is the best candidate but with the way politics is run in America he has zero chance!

    p.s Timbo for president! Danja as his vice-president! :) LOL

  6. @Bilza Lubnani
    Thanks for backing up my thoughts.
    Let them other suckers celebrate Obama like Michael Jackson in his prime time. They won't get the bigger picture anyway and understand politics, they caught up in that whole media hype. Shit has nothing to do with politics anymore.


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