Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Nasty SuperPac Ads from the Right Arrive, Right on Schedule

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The gloves are off for the SuperPacs. With too little time to refute any of it, now comes the Goebbling's of the Far Right Big Money, and damn the Asian American vote, Full Speed Ahead!

Why the dumbest ill informed voter in Ohio should have more weight in this election than every Nobel Laureate in California is beyond me.  End the Electoral College NOW, or at least have state by state proportional by Congressional District Electoral College voting.  That way more third parties would have a chance, and the election discussions could move to a higher level.

Monday, October 29, 2012

"Hope We Don't Get Fooled Again..."

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If you don't think the parties can play funny games with the elections, then consider how many of us trusted Lance Armstrong for how long?

"Hope we don 't get fooled again..."

The Electoral College allows for cheap negative advertising to the stupids in just a few states to determine how the President of the United States is elected, and the two big parties like it that way.

End the Electoral College NOW!

Saturday, October 13, 2012

How to Improve Drone Strikes.

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How to improve drone strikes.
Have moma drone be accompanied by nannie drone equipped with many. many, baby drones, cheap and expendable. Sent babies in for much closer look, the see what their reaction is to being watched. If they whip out AK47's, then launch momma drone's fire power.  If not, follow and see in detail who they are. Quit killing civilians.

Is anyone doing anything about this already? If not, somebody needs to.

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Have a Really Meaningful Debate/Exchange, 21st Century Style

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The candidates should be required to spend two hours a day on FB in a public conversation, where the speed and quality of the responses can be noted, with dual live  feed showing exactly what websites or advisers they consult with before responding, as well as facial reactions, etc.  Two or more computers in a house is quickly becoming the norm, so many would get a real intimate look at the candidates under pressure.

I've been told Reddit might better better suited for this.