Politics

Because I don’t belong to a party, I’m not a voter today. I’ve voted Republican and supported the Republican party all my life. I think I’ve mentioned previously that there’s a difference in an Oregon Republican from the national perception of the Republican Party as a whole. I grew up with names like Hatfield and Packwood, conservative in many ways, but also a regard for the environment, social programs, civil rights, etc. I will not officially begin to cover a candidate until there are 1 candidate in each party (could be as soon as tonight), but I can tell you the candidate I’m supporting today rhymes with Yo Mama. Alaska is a wild card when it comes to Democrats, but I think McCain has a strong hold on the Republican delegates. Polls close in AK tonight at 8:30 local time which is technically Super Wednesday on the East Coast.

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1 thought on “Politics”

  1. I haven’t really kept up to date on US politics. We, in Canada, hear about the Democratic nom’s mostly through the news, but that is about it. I think I am still allowed to vote even though I haven’t lived there for 10 years, just need to get my act together and do some research.

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