Election Prediction – McCain Loses

Hello my friends.  I have an election prediction for you.  I predict McCain loses with a fairly large margin between him and Obama. 

Two elections ago, I voted for Ralph Nader because I thought both parties offered terrible candidates.  After seeing Ralph’s votes give the election to Bush, I decided to select the lesser of two evils and vote for Kerry in the following election.  I wasn’t a huge Kerry fan, but I never understood why we were fighting in Iraq, I still don’t.  People are dying every day, good people, for a war that was an absolute mistake.  It’s horrible that we made that mistake and I think we owe the Iraqi people our services to get them upright and functional, but that’s not a war, that’s a humanatarian effort. 

Here we are now and the election is upon us.  No matter who’s elected, the candidate won’t be able to please everyone.  In Bob Dylan’s “Talkin’ World War iii Blues”, he says:

Half of the people can be part right all of the time,
And some of the people can be all right part of the time,
But all of the people can’t be all right all of the time.
I think Abraham Lincoln said that.
‘I’ll let you be in my dream if I can be in yours.’
I said that.
 
The point is, it sucks for about 15 minutes when the guy you voted for doesn’t get elected.  Then you lean back into your chair and think, “You know what, my life’s okay, this election isn’t going to ruin my immediate future, it just moves the needle slightly one way or the other.”  So, for all you McCain supporters, I offer you this, just relax, the world’s going to be okay.  In fact, if all of us citizens just made a larger effort to be better human beings, that would make a bigger impact than any president.  If you’re against abortion, do your best to not have one.  If you’re against guns, don’t buy one.  If you want more alternative energy, buy a hybrid, install solar panels, or grow your own food.  All I’m saying is, you’re your own president and you can make a bigger impact the Barack or Mccain in your own world. 

Lots of ambiguous talk on taxes, here’s the breakdown according to the non-profit Tax Policy Center:

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