Wednesday, November 03, 2004

We Are Not Amused

Dear America,

You voted.

You voted against poor people working hard to make a better life for themselves.
You voted against basic equal rights for all Americans to enjoy the benefits of marriage.
You voted against protecting women and against giving women a voice as to what they do with their own bodies.
You voted against keeping decent paying, union-protected, blue collar jobs in your own country, where they pay your fellow citizens.
You voted against giving every American child an equal piece of the educational pie.
You voted against protecting you fellow citizens from a health care crisis.
You voted against protecting your green spaces.
You voted against clean air.
You voted against alternative energy.

You looked at the will of the rest of the world desperately striving for a safe planet, stuck up your middle finger and voted against the rest of us.

You voted for fear.
You voted to keep sending your sons and daughters to die in a desert for oil
You voted to make the world a more dangerous place.
You voted to allow the government to enter your home, call you a terrorist and hide you in a prison cell without charge – on no grounds.
You voted to condone the torture of innocent people.
You voted to ignore international treaties regarding clean air, nuclear proliferation and land mines.
You voted to validate a corrupt CEO making (on average) 417 times the wage of his lowest earning employee.
You voted to tell your children that if they slack off in college, shirk their responsibilities, drive drunk, use cocaine and run a few companies into the ground, they too, can become President.

Dear America. You Voted.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

sparroweye.... ummmm. actually I am part of america.
And I did not vote for those. I voted for the underdog. And he lost. At least I think he lost. Who knows....

3:25 p.m.  

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