1. At the end of the day it was, like everything always turns out to be, personal.

    We can argue, claim to fight the good fight, claim it was the lesser of the evils, but really it was not either of those, nor was it any of the pseudo altruistic, convenient excuses that have been made available to the seeker courtesy of the myriad media resources offering them up.

    The results were based on each of us voting with the candidate who we thought was the better bet to improve our own lives. We can say we held our noses but the only witnesses to that action are the voting booth and the marker we used.

    In the end we ALWAYS pick a side. Internally or vocally. “Whats in it for me and mine?” will make the decision in the end.


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