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Rock the Vote

Posted on Wednesday, January 2, 2008 at 12:01AM by Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford | Comments4 Comments
With the Iowa caucus just hours away, it's time to start seriously thinking about the presidential candidates. This isn't a political blog and it won't become one, so don't worry.


Most people that read Bring Back Glam! know I'm a proud liberal, but I don't care if you are conservative, libertarian, socialist or whatever. I just think you should vote. My boys Slaughter agree.



If you're at least 18 and an American citizen, I urge you to click the Rock the Vote banner to get registered. It only takes a few minutes. Peace.


Register to Vote at Rock the Vote


Reader Comments (4)

I have recently "converted" to libertarianism from Republicanism. I never intended to become overly political on my blog either, and don't think I have, but I do throw some ideas out there from time to time. I agree though, that people need to get out and rock the vote. How else are we going to get Ron Paul in the Oval Office? :)

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January 2, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJason
What the hell is the deal with Ron Paul?

My goodness, I can think of fewer worse case scenarios. Egad.

Allyson
January 2, 2008 | Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford
I like Ron Paul's ideas of cutting spending, cutting (or even eliminating) federal income taxes, and focusing on America instead of the rest of the world. Smaller federal government means more freedom, the way the founding fathers intended.
January 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJason
Jason,

Discourse is what makes America so great. Of course, I disagree with all your opinions here - but I still respect them. I also disagree about your interpretation of smaller government, re: our founding fathers.

The framers created an amazingly elastic document in the constitution which allows for growth and interpretation. Of course those founding fathers didn't forsee our technology, but they surely knew the American population would flourish with time.



Allyson
January 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAllyson

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