Sunday, March 12, 2006

Political Thoughts

Despite a lingering hesitation of making this a "political blog", I'm going to take the plunge. I've decided to write about my politics for a couple reasons:

  • I have a glimmer of hope that someone cares what I believe politically

  • It's a blog, therefore I've got a duty to the "powers that be" to mention it

  • I have a comment feature now

  • It's not November

  • It's Saturday night in a city I don't know well and I'm waiting for the water to boil for tea. My first political belief is that nothing worth discussing politically is worth discussing unless you have absolutely nothing better to do.

I'm going to post the page separate from this post, so it doesn't muck up the alignment on my webpage and so I can go back and modify it whenever my opinions change (yes, I'm a flip-flopper.)

With that, let's begin

1 comment:

Jessie K. said...

well, i did read all of it, andiagree with most everything except the citizenthing. the problem with it is that it doesnt provide for protection abroad. you are more or less a person without a country unless you are a citizen, meaning if you travel and you havent earned your citizenry yet you are easy meat to get mal-treated... i mean you have to be a citizen even to get a passport... so what about the minors?