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RE: jumping into the fray


Date: Mon Nov 06 2000 - 08:12:08 PST

you are right...there is a slight feminist skew to my beliefs. I feel men
are more at liberty to make a protest vote as they have less at stake
(waiting to be stoned at this point!!!) The next president will probably be
responsible for providing nominations for the next three members of the
supreme court. One of the key debates that will come up under a Republican
influenced court/congress/president is a woman's right to choose. (I am not
going to debat the moral/ethical issues regarding this topic) While I agree
this affects men as husbands and does not affect them as child
bearers. The supreme court will out last either one of these candidates. I
(and only I, you can do what you want) have to place my vote for the person I
believe will do the least amount of harm. I would love to vote for Mr.
Nadar...but there is no chance on this earth he will be elected president.
Sad but pretty much true...not accounting for acts of god of course!

That is all I am <slinking off to corner!>