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It has been said that an alcoholic will not recover until he has reached rock bottom.  This poses a question in philosophy, do you grab the drink from the alcoholics hand, or buy him another round.

Our government is drunk on power.  It is like the intoxicated man who can’t control his credit card use, problem is the government is drunkenly spending away your money.

So come November who will you be rooting for.  The Republicans who are drinking the lower alcoholic beer of power, slowly but consistently growing the size of government, slowly sending us towards rock bottom.  Or will you be secretly rooting for the Democrats, drinking the hard stuff, growing the size of government a little faster.  We will hit rock bottom sooner, and may come to the realization as a nation that we need to sober up!  Which is better for our country in the long run?

Note the question is not who will you be voting for, vote with your convictions, who can you walk away from the booth feeling good about voting for.  If the answer to that question is no one, than I would say don’t vote.  If the answer is not the Republican or Democrat, I would say find a third party candidate you can feel good about voting for.

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