Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Dear Friends and Acquaintances,
No matter who you vote for: whether it is Local, State, or National: PLEASE read the following, and consider sending it on to your other friends & acquaintances! =)
Take a few minutes to read our Constitution and Bill of Rights, notice what our government is responsible for and limited to.

1. Vote with a paper ballot if you want to make sure your vote is counted for the person you really wanted.

2. To ensure that they don't run out of paper ballots - please vote early! (beginning-Feb.19th in Texas)

"Pragmatism, after all, is a worldly thing. We have been called to faithfulness." -R.C. Sproul Jr.

To vote against what our conscience truly thinks, for a person that we think has a "better chance" to win the ticket - that is a very sorry attitude to have.

Pragmatism: (Wiktionary)
The compromising of one's ideals to "better" deal with the specifics of a situation.

Thank you for your time.
Adrienne McKee - daughter of Pleas and Debbie McKee
(you have received this because we have your address on our computer)

http://www.kevingeorge.org/ & http://www.ronpaul2008.com/
"Stop being good Republicans. Stop being good Democrats. Start being good Americans." Aaron Russo
10 questions you MUST ask before the election.
Give these some good thought before you head to the polls.
Do you want..
10. Our country to move in the direction of a North American Union and have a superhighway connecting Mexico and Canada? Coming right through Texas!
9. The UN to tell us what we can and cannot do, undermining our national sovereignty?
8. To be able to surf the internet freely and not be heavily taxed for it?
7. Our children and grandchildren slaves to the Chinese and Saudis paying off a national debt of over 9 trillion and growing.
6. More years of the Bush/Clinton dynasty? Are the only people qualified enough to run this country Clintons or Bushes?
5. To have to present a national ID (Real ID) on demand to authorities?
4. The Fed to print endlessly and keep ruining our currency with inflation?
3. Want the state to be your nanny and in charge of your health care and telling you what doctors you can visit and when?
2. Do you want to be always afraid of the government and worried that at any time a S.W.A.T. team can break in unannounced or a FBI agent deliver a self-written warrant you can’t even tell your spouse about?
1. To be in Iraq for a long time? Like, say… a hundred years?

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