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Regardless of which way you are leaning, I hope you ALL go out to vote on election day.

Both sides are slinging crap like it is going out of style, too late for facts I guess...

The thing I look for is my life  years ago vs. today....

I have lost 2 jobs due to outsourcing in the last 4 years.

I make LESS than I did four years ago

My benefits are worse AND MORE EXPENSIVE than 4 years ago.

I drive farther to get to work than  years ago.

I know more people that have been screwed by nafta than have not been screwed by nafta.

My town and surrounding communities are under a flurry of bankruptcies, forclosures and sherrif's sales... it is sickening.

4 local factories closed, 2 lowered wages and only use temp hiring to avoid benefits.

Local unemployment is at an ALL TIME record...

all in the last 4 years.

I am not jumping on the bandwagon by regurgitating propaganda in lieu of a genuine opinion... I have been personally affected by Bush's reign of error... I am NOT voting for him. in a 20 mile area, only a few business owners have bush propaganda on their property... Bush lost this county for sure... I hope others follow.

I would rather higher wages rather than lower taxes.

I would rather insurance renorm over medical liability renorm, if after 8 years of extra school a doctor leaves in a set of forcepts, they deserve to be sued... Imagine if your wife went in for some surgery and was mixed up and recieved a hysterectomy... this HAS happened... now imagine they were a young couple who now can never have children. capping malpractice (think of the meaning mal=bad) is giving licence to practitioners to do their jobs without accountability...

I would rather punish corporations for exporting jobs. If being competetive in a global marketplace means screwing the workers at home, then let those corporations GET OUT! c-ya...

four more years of the corporate puppet bush and we may as well call this place America inc. "normer land of opportunity, come exploit our beaten down workforce"



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ToddComment by Todd - October 29, 2004, 10:21 pm
I'm glad you don't live in Ohio.

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