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Elliott Brown
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They call it Politics for a reason...

Touchy subject I know... Now normally I prefer to avoid speaking about politics, as it seems to divide people more than it unites... But looking at what is going on with the US economy, and all the political bickering, and finger pointing, I came across this video and felt I should post it on my blog. In the spirit of full disclosure, I am a registered Republican, but see myself as an independent. I voted for Kerry in 2004 and Bush in 2000. Basically I will vote for the guy who I think will do the best job for the country and best represent me in our representational government. That being said too... I have SERIOUSLY been leaning toward Obama since the debate...   *Since I live in California, it probably wont matter, since he's got California... But a vote is a vote.But when you see this video, and all the democrats fighting the republicans who were pushing for regulation of Freddie & Fannie in 2004 it makes you wonder what the hell are they saying now. (i.e. Republicans stood in the way of reforms of Freddie & Fannie??).  Maybe there are parts cut out of this video... If someone knows... please let me know...But I think that if Republicans screw up (i.e. IRAQ) they should admit it... If Democrats screw up (i.e. de-regulation under Clinton and lack of regulation during Bush) they should admit it. One could argue that at least democrats stood in the way of regulation so as to allow low income people the chance to get homes... Good intentions... BAD results. Either way... The one constant in life is that politicians WILL lie (no matter which party)... They just want to stay in office to keep amassing POWER and wealth. That being said... Don't forget to vote!!  (yeah... I am bitter already) ha-ha Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MGT_cSi7Rs

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