I wrote this post a few days ago and scheduled it. I'll most likely be at a party with friends I'd rather not see and do things I would prefer not to do. Any literary motivation would be sufficiently killed if I had sat down and published this on the day it actually was scheduled … Continue reading Have a new year….
Tag: Jill Stein
This long and drawn out clown show, aka the 2016 Election, is almost over. I have no idea what tomorrow will bring, but I'm sure it will be just as fubar as the run up this past year. If you've been reading these past few weeks here, you'll know that I'm a third-party supporter. If … Continue reading Election day perceptions
Tomorrow is election day. The road this year to our next President has been like a road in Pennsylvania strewn with potholes, cracks, and crevasses. Those that live here, you know what I'm talking about and the picture is no surprise to you. I'm left with a nearly impossible choice this year where no matter … Continue reading I reject your reality and substitute my own
I watched the "news" this past weekend for the first time in a long time. I've exclusively been getting news from 3-4 online sources that I've found to be truth leaning and have demonstrated that they're not controlled by standard mainstream media channels. Sitting there and watching the 30 minute show (actually 17 minutes if … Continue reading Manipulation of the masses
I'm getting so disgusted with the whole voting for a third-party is a protest or wasted vote. Sorry, but I don't buy into the mainstream media's view on a third-party vote being a protest or wasted vote. It is my choice, my right, to vote how I see fit. My voting for a third-party counts … Continue reading Enough about “protest” votes already!
Conversations with people over the last several months has consistently floated into politics. I like to consider myself having an open mind and as such, form my opinions based on fact rather than other people's opinions. I refuse to pander to the mainstream media's view of "Trump or Clinton" where this is no other choice. My … Continue reading Year of the third party candidate