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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

2006 Elections

As I try to learn more about American politics, I end up with a headache, but that's always the case with politics in general.
I do particularly like an article by Jeff Mirus:
Lessons of the 2006 Elections

I also like Jonathans take on What's a conservative to do? .
I'm very concerned about what this is going to mean for the Pro-life stance and the awareness life being precious from the moment of conception. Among other issues.
Anyway, enough about politics.
posted by Carmel Brizzi at 9:17 PM

13 Comments:

I already know about American politics and it gives me a headache as well!

4:55 AM  

I like the brief nature of this post, and I don't think you have to worry too much about the pro-life thing as not much will change (more than likely).

Measures banning abortions were not going to pass anyway, and the late-term ones will probably remain the same.

So status quo on that one.

6:57 AM  

After I read your post, a comment came to mind. Then I saw that Danny had already commented almost word for word what I was going to write!

So - what he said! I'm getting the aspirin...

10:18 AM  

The Democrats in this country have become sooo rich they have forgotten where they came from, and why!!! Nancy Mohammed Pelosi and her band of the "Looney Left" continously make statements like "the war in Iraq has nothing to do with the war against terror"
Oh No Nancy??? Not according to the rest of the world!!!

Careful Dem's; your IGNORANCE is showing.........

:o

2:33 PM  

I choose not to vote, I am not even registered. Maybe if someone worth something ran I would, but no probably not

11:03 PM  

Right now America is very polarized. Not much middle ground.

11:41 AM  

well one good thing about these elections is that Rumsfield resigned .. i am soo glad ..

1:07 PM  

I honestly think that the elections were a good thing--a wake up call. Personally, I am sad about the (often) lack of a viable third party alternative here.

Its not so much "red" and "blue" as "purple".

1:51 PM  

Oh, and Phats, I encourage you to vote anyway. Write in someone.

1:52 PM  

I don't know about American politics more and I haven't headache.haa!
But sorry; you put good articles.
Have the great days!

5:52 PM  

I don't think Americans understand American politics. I sure don't though I vote anyway. In general though any power that stays in power for long becomes corrupt or loses its real bearing.

6:27 AM  

I don't understand politics much either. All I usually understand is who supports abortion and who doesn't...and then vote on the basis of that!

3:19 PM  

I know American politics, and I'm way beyond headaches.

I think that if you have decided to come here you might want to stock up on aspirin.

The conception rights issue should not be used as a political tool and it has been.
The folks in power over the last 6 to 12 years are not conservatives.

8:54 AM  

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