I would like to talk about some of the things Dan mentioned in his most recent post.

     He talks about the need to cast a vote to “end evil” by deviating from the two major parties.  While I can see some merit in that, there remains a problem.  There is no consensus on what candidate would “end evil.”  I see them all as evil — in different ways.  For his example, what he calls “end evil,” I call “evil C.”  It’s not very useful.

     The real problem is that our elected officials haven’t been working for the benefit of the general public in a long time.  They work to the interests of those who keep them funded.  Really, they are all throwing the public “under the bus.”  Yes, Dan, that goes for your guy too.

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4 thoughts on “I would like to talk about some of the things Dan mentioned in his most recent post.

  1.      Jesus <last name unknown> is not on the ballot for any election. By “your guy” I meant the candidate whose election you advocated.
         But the leaders of the churches preaching Jesus are, indeed doing it for the money.

  2. Oh, OK.

    >>They work to the interests of those who keep them funded.

    Thomas Hoefling was, and has always, refused donations. He wants to win on merit, God’s will, alone. Quite refreshing in this environment.

    So, as far as your claim, it was a hasty generalization fallacy.

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