Friday, October 24, 2008

Recommended Reading (Again)

This work thing makes me too tired to write much at the end of a long hard week. So, as you may have already guessed, I am going to take the easy way out again.

For those of you that haven't heard the latest ploy by the Indianapolis NAACP to play games with the election, take a look at this one. But be sure to follow the link in the post to see what the NAACP didn't do. That's where the hypocrisy will exist, if there is any truth to this rumor at all.

For those not on Mustang's mailing list, here is an angle to the Obama phenomenon that you may want to look at with some interest. One of the links from that post poses another interesting question worthy of some thought and consideration.

As you may recall, Indiana's Lake County sat on their returns during the primary. This is the county adjacent to Chicago and consists of Gary, Hammond, and East Chicago, along with some other blue collar Calumet region towns. Well, as you may accurately guess, this is Obama Country. Take a look at the county's latest attempt to muster up some more votes for Obama. Evidently, turnout wasn't as strong as expected so now there is a need to extend the added voting time already implemented to ensure that voters aren't "disenfranchised". (Maybe Amerloque can share with us, how absentee and extended voting is conducted in France. If they have it all, I'd be willing to bet it's probably rigidly regulated.)

Neal Boortz has some things to say to the undecided voters. It's a bit lengthy, but I recommend the undecided read it, as well as those that are trying to sway them to reject Obama.

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