Thanks for Asking, Yes I Do Agree

I am a regular reader of the Diplomad 2.0, who is a libertarian with an asterisk. I often find my self in agreement with his views on issues and certainly for the current mid-term election.

I am voting Republican because whatever the flaws of that party, it is overall a far better choice than the principal alternative. The Democratic party has become insane, destructively insane, and seems to get crazier by the year. It is a threat to liberty. It seems to believe only in government and in a weird distorted view of America as a place that is endlessly in need of more government.

The complete blog post can be found HERE.

We voted Republican yesterday carrying our ballots to the County Elections Office at the Rood Center. We will be poll watching on Tuesday.  See you at the polls.

About Russ Steele

Freelance writer and climate change blogger. Russ spent twenty years in the Air Force as a navigator specializing in electronics warfare and digital systems. After his service he was employed for sixteen years as concept developer for TRW, an aerospace and automotive company, and then was CEO of a non-profit Internet provider for 18 months. Russ's articles have appeared in Comstock's Business, Capitol Journal, Trailer Life, Monitoring Times, and Idaho Magazine.
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5 Responses to Thanks for Asking, Yes I Do Agree

  1. RL Crabb says:

    Given that our choices are limited to the two parties that have wrecked our economy, there may be a few blank boxes on my ballot. What a way to run a democracy!


    • Russ Steele says:

      Yes, left some blanks myself.


      • Todd Juvinall says:

        I left a few in the education field blank. I did vote NO on every single judge up for reconfirmation! Go Doug, Go Anna, Go Tom,, go R’s at every level. Take back this country from the stupid people.


  2. gjrebane says:

    That’s a sad analysis Dena; but you’re probably right.


  3. Dena says:

    I held my nose and voted Republican except in one race where there was only a Libertarian and a Democrat running. In that one I picked the libertarian. The big problem is that in Arizona they are talking about the two top vote getter from the primary will run against each other in the general. You could wind up with two very left wing options if they decide to do that. What’s worst is the Republicans think it’s a good idea because they think it will get rid of the Libertarians but what might happen is the Libertarian voters may decide to stay home because they will no longer have any say in the Republican party.


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