Saturday, November 1, 2008

Extra Time To Think; Something to Think About

Tonight, actually early in the morning at 2:00, we get an extra hour. We get to do the hour from 1:00 am to 2:00 am over again. That gives us more time to think about Tuesday's election. As we head into the new week, a week of grand and historic importance, what are the issues that you think should have been addressed more during the current presidential race - by either Party or candidate.

Here is the poll:



We'll see how/if you respond.

2 comments:

Bruce Maples said...

Nice poll, and nice tool. I've got it marked, and I'll play around with it later.

I marked "privacy" which was as close as I could get to all the civil rights issues that have to be dealt with: torture, wiretaps, searches, signing statements, US AG scandal, "4th branch" -- the list goes on and on.

I hope Obama rejects the Unitary Executive theory out of the gate, and begins rolling back these distortions of the Constitution.

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