I agree with you, he isn't perfect, and most likely, he might end up doing nothing over net neutrality. But the fact is, you have to be optimistic about these kind of things. If we vote McCain, there won't be any change in the whitehouse, and that is whats needed. We need to get out of the system, break the pattern. What I got out of your posts was that we should just give up and not even bother with it because no matter who we vote for, it wont make a difference. That may be right, but we can at least HOPE that he will try and fulfill what he promised to do. The reason I support Barack is because he has new ideas that will help everyone in the US and around the world, not just the corporations. McCain seems to be the same as Bush, and that isn't acceptable to me.
I'm sorry if it seemed like I was attacking you, I wasn't.
Sorry to hear about your loss, it must be really tough.
Hope the pain fades a bit and you can soon look back on your memories with a smile.
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