A candidate I support
I promised myself that I would be active in exercising my right to vote from the time I turned 18. That was in 1986. Over the years since then, like many Americans, I have become disenchanted and disenfranchised with our national political system.
I have heard rhetoric, partisan bickering, and above all else, empty speeches that avoid the actual issues that Americans like you and I have. Speeches that focus on the political machine. Why the other person is bad, wrong, or evil. A process that has so polarized this nation that the national election is more like picking the home team and throwing rotten eggs at the other person.
In one speech, in one moment, in one stand against the political machine, everything changed for me. "A More Perfect Union" was not the speech of a Presidential Candidate. It was a State of the Union address from a man who I believe can orchestrate change in this nation. A man who has created the first sense of patriotism that I have had since High School civics class.
I have never put money into our Presidential election because frankly, I have not had the faith that things would get any better. But as I've always believed... one person can make a difference if they have the mind, heart, and passion.
I believe in Barack Obama. I think it's worth putting my money where my mouth is. And I invite you to learn about him and discover if you believe as I do.My belief in Barack Obama is based in the real world; his history, conviction and practices. I do not do it based on blind faith based on what the other guy says.
Look at the man's web site. I hope you will also see that this is the leader of the future who can start real, positive change for this nation.
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My name is Andrei Freeman... and I approve this candidate!
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