|Wake-up call for Kuninich
||[Feb. 25th, 2004|01:38 pm]
On the front page of Yahoo today is the following headline:
Democrats Kucinich, Sharpton in Race for Long Haul
Just a word to the wise. If you want your political career to have a future, avoiding close association with Al Sharpton would serve you better than continuing to yap at John Kerry's ankles for another few months. Graceful bowing out is not anything of which to be ashamed if the alternative is being chummy with the crackpot brigade.
A donor to your campaign
"A donor to your campaign"
That explains everything.
Glad I was handily categorized for you.
Me too since, being a hardcore right winger, I'm apparently easily confused.
Hey, no hurt feelings here. I am mostly interested in lively debate. I tend more toward libertarian than straight liberal (don't support affirmative action, no use for a PC-ridden world, strong believer in personal responsibility).
Heck, some of my best friends are right wingers!
Good ol' Baldrick...
I made it all by my little self! An image off the web and some PaintShopPro magic, et, voila!
If you ever want me to make you an icon and can provide a picture, I am happy to do so.
Kucinich adopted all of his positions and viewpoints seven years ago. I wish I could ask him what caused this, what happened. When I heard that, it really made me question. I live in NY, so being that my electoral college votes will go to the democratic candidate, I'll vote for a third-party-man. I'm thinking Nader or Kucinich, but the latter's ~120 spin on the political spectrum scares me a bit.