So read this:
I don't know where all of your political leanings are, so I hope not to offend. But I have had it. And it's time for truth-telling.
I am pulling for Ralph Nader.
Obama and McCain are too similar in their corporatism (willingness to drill for oil, go to war against Iran, prolong American empire.)
I've had enough.
I won't be badgered or kowtowed toward the lesser of two evils. Yes. It can rightly be argued that Democrats do less harm than Republicans. Democrats are the lesser of two evils (at least from the liberal perspective). That's how they (both D and R) stay in power.
Divide and Conquer.
Sow fear and watch the masses flock.
Gore Vidal said in 1981 that two parties are really just two wings of the same party. It's still true 27 years later.
We need something better. We deserve something better.
Let Nader Debate (link to campaign issues).
I am disappointed in Obama. I even served as a precinct delegate for him at the local County Democratic Convention/ Caucus.
But I am disillusioned after his recent bows to American foreign policy belligerence.
I might vote for Obama if it close between him and McCain here in Washington State (and given the pathetic condition of the establishment mainstream media - which is, in itself, just another symptom of the big business corporate power two party duopoly - that's a possibility.)
[added here: I might vote for Obama out of sheer pragmatism. But even my belief that the solutions - the path to a better world - might be attainable via baby steps is in doubt. The Democrats are not speaking truth to power. And we need the truth. I support Ralph Nader.]
I support Ralph Nader and it will be just another example of the sham government and political system if challengers like him, and Cynthia McKinney, are disallowed from participating in the election (open debates in particular) as legitimate and credible candidates.