No middle ground

There are 5 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Feb 3, 2008, titled No middle ground. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

It appears that next November's election will be between the candidates selected by the two major political parties.

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Daves

Palm Springs, CA

#1 Feb 3, 2008
When the right to "FREE SPEECH" come to end and the power of the written word is quitely terminated by the "Fairness Doctrine."

When you end up with five surtures across your left eyebrow like myself, U.S. citizens are unlikely to show up in force on the steps of the Capitol to protest. Since the early 50's Americans have been intimidated by the globalist, open border zealots.
When we cannot show our discourse for the traitors in Washington and in our own state legislators, then anarchy will become dominent.

FIRST ANARCHY, WITH BLOOD IN THE STREETS. THEN IT WILL BE THE PORTEND OF THE SECOND CIVIL WAR! When our politicians do not listen to the majority of"THE PEOPLE", then they will take the law into their own hands. The first shots will be fired, when federal marshalls converge on on Texas property owners. With court ordered mandates of Eminent Domain to take the land for building the Mexican-Canadian Super Highway, then all hell will break loose.

I believe that the lone star state of Texas has a staute in its original charter, when it joined the union. That they have a right to dissolve their relationship with the Union of states if they see fit?
Dino

United States

#2 Feb 4, 2008
Too many people are willing to give their rights. Anti-Gun lobby? Political correctness? Things of this nature are direct attacks from our own people on the constitution. No one seems to get it.

Since: Jan 08

United States

#3 Feb 4, 2008
Feb.03 2008 SGVT Poll Question(2): "Do you agree with President Bush's budjet plans to seek money for Reading First, a controversial reading initiative?"

The SGVT must be joking...
What has Bush ever proposed that benefited the average American and did not have profit for big business attached as it's primary objective. The only thing I can think of that I would agree with is his resignation.
Ryal Haakenson

Whittier, CA

#4 Feb 8, 2008
The right to withhold your vote does not mean it is right to do so. Those who do not vote because they disagree with McCain on SOME issues are helping someone they disagree with on MOST issues. One who would do this is putting his/her own ego ahead of the good of the country. So called conservatives who do this are hypocrites.
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