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    Making the Best Of a Bad Election Cycle

    Making the Best Of a Bad Election Cycle
    By JB Williams
    MichNews.com
    Jul 10, 2008



    This day has been a long time coming. We’ve arrived at a time in American history when we have reached the bottom of the barrel in terms of political talent and no decent American truly qualified to lead the free world would ever even consider entering the cesspool of national politics.



    Americans have never been so disgusted with their federal government - and rightfully so. No matter which party the people have put in power, once in Washington DC, all politicians find a way to sell out the American people for a career ride on America’s best get-rich-quick scheme of national politics.



    The current president’s low approval rating only looks good when compared to the even lower approval ratings of the Democrat controlled congress, and their overtly biased Democratic Socialist minions in the lamestream press. The American people don’t like or trust any of them and for a change, the American people are right.



    Republicans are offering a candidate opposed by 70 percent of traditional Republican voters and Democrats are offering a first term neophyte chameleon, opposed by more than half of traditional Democrat voters.



    As a result, third party fantasies are still foolish, but abundant. None of them have a chance to do any more than play spoiler to the two primary party candidates. But for many Americans, just playing spoiler to the two indignant party powers has a certain appeal to it.



    How Bad is It?



    It’s bad enough that some self-proclaimed “conservatives

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    [quote][b]From this moment forward, I am neither Republican nor Democrat, Libertarian nor Liberal, leftist nor right-wing conspirator. I’m simply AMERICAN, which is to say, I will support any viable candidate that unapologetically and fervently supports AMERICAN principles and values, as defined by our founders, via the founding documents, no matter which political party they call home, the operative word being “viable.
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    [quote]From this moment forward, I am neither Republican nor Democrat, Libertarian nor Liberal, leftist nor right-wing conspirator. I’m simply AMERICAN, which is to say, I will support any viable candidate that unapologetically and fervently supports AMERICAN principles and values, as defined by our founders, via the founding documents, no matter which political party they call home, the operative word being “viable.
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