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casus belli Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-06-08 10:26 AM
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14. I share in your enthusiasm.
Ultimately, it's the process that's most important. Candidates come and go, some good, some bad, some once-in-a-lifetime, but the process will always be there and represents our collective voice. It is our only chance to change the political landscape of our country, and it's OUR power and our power alone. There is no corporation, no one powerful individual, who has any more say in the process than the poorest individual. it is, truly, a measure of our inherent equality behind the caste system that society has put in place for us to navigate through.

Really wish you had pulled the lever for Obama, but congratulations on your choice. All the best to you. :)
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