July 10, 2008

ANXIETY IN AMERICA: CITIZENS PONDER THEIR FATE

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In a New York Times June 29th op-ed, “Anxious in America”, Thomas Friedman mulled over America’s accelerating dilemmas in Iraq, national debt and who might become the next president.

Either choice scares the daylights out of Americans on both sides. Neither candidate understands average citizens’ dilemmas in their jobs, communities or schools. Neither addresses what happens in the trenches of America.

Thus, most Americans vote against the other guy instead of ‘for’ a presidential candidate. In the case of McCain, he represents past paradigms, unending support for an endless Iraq War, old thinking and non-action or in-action.
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