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Saturday, April 15, 2006

Who's Sick of Party Politics?

A Growing Band of Bloggers

All you reasonable bloggers out there unite! Ramble on poses the question:
Am I the only person sick of Party politics? Yes, I think one party is better than the other, and I probably agree with 70 - 80% of their platform. But the rhetoric and bashing is driving me crazy. It seems nothing is about what people want anymore, it's about which party can smear, attack and destroy the other side.

I would like to see one day, just one, where no one in the United States says the words Republican or Democrat. If you think someone is making a bad decision or is doing something stupid, then say that, without using the persons political affiliation or attacking the individual.
The answer to your question is NO, you are NOT the only one who is sick of Party Politics. Political FootBall echoes your sentiments. Heck, maybe we can even start our own political network. A network that began with just two reasonable bloggers who are fed up with the status quo and willing to make a stand.

Come on people. There has to be more of us out there. Are you with us?

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At 10:07 AM, Anonymous nice guy said...

there's lots of us out here. they call us the silent majority. but that's the problem. we are too quiet and can't be heard above the shrills. maybe it is time to speak up.

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