31 January 2008 ~ 6 Comments

My Worship Revolution Gets Political

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So I’ve mentioned in the past that I seldom put any political posts on this blog.  Not cause I’m not opinionated, just have to care a whole lot more than I do to give people another reason to dislike me.  But hey…it’s an election year!

And I’m kinda curious what the readers of this blog think. SO…in the left sidebar, I’ve added a little presidential polling box.  Go for it.  Let us know who you support.  I’m curious to see how diverse, or not, the views of this community are.

So everyone participate now.
RSS readers, make a rare stop over and make a quick pick.
The more participants, the more fun/interesting.
Why not?  It’s all anonymous. 
And if you wanna be less anonymous (I know plenty of you aren’t exactly shy)…make your click and then let us know why.

Oh, and as for me you ask…still undecided.  I admit it, I’m a Republican.  And yeah, that’s probably how I’ll vote.  But haven’t figured out who to pull for yet.  Just know I’m ANTI-Hillary.
Maybe I should start by registering to vote now that I’m in a new county.  So much for having my say in the primaries.  Oops.

6 Responses to “My Worship Revolution Gets Political”

  1. Julie Tyler 6 February 2008 at 3:53 pm Permalink

    CLC hosted the westside of Santa Cruz yesterday as a precinct location. By law, the results are to be posted on the door following the voting. Interesting. There were a total of 775 voters. Of this 775 voters, only 49 (not 49 percent but 49 total voters) were republican. I think there were 3 or 4 votes for Huckabee. I knew were were outnumbered but had no idea it was this bad.

  2. Ed 1 February 2008 at 1:43 pm Permalink

    Just so you know, I am not ANTI-Hillary. I am ANTI-PRESIDENT HILLARY!

  3. Michelle Lasch 31 January 2008 at 11:00 pm Permalink

    One more comment. I LOVE your collage and poll. Mind if I steal it?

  4. Michelle Lasch 31 January 2008 at 10:59 pm Permalink

    My guy is out of it. I liked Fred Thompson a lot, but I was really pulling for Rudy. I think Mike Huckabee has been a spoiler, splitting the conservative vote, and now he’s left the Republican party with John McCain! I’m not sure if I can hold my nose and vote for that guy.
    I’m very disappointed in this political season.

  5. steve 31 January 2008 at 8:30 pm Permalink

    Im voting for mike huckabee. hes not afraid to tackle the hard questions. at the republican national debate he was asked if he believes in evolution and game the best answer ever. you should youtube him I think its the third one down. and plus chuck norris backs him.

  6. Rick 31 January 2008 at 6:34 pm Permalink

    Wow, this has to be the most insightful post – I say that because I am VERY political – does politically incorrect count?


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