Who is going to win Election 2008?

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Who’s going to win in 2008? It’s a tough question to face. As sure as election year is upon us, someone in the current lineup is going to be elected. Who do I think it will be? I don’t want to separate who I want to predict as winner with who I’d like to see win. So who is that?

Much as I root for Kucinich, he’s been successfully ignored by the media. Kucinich will fold into the party as per usual to endorse whoever will be the Democratic nominee. In the end having accomplished what? Did Kucinich truly expand the dialog among Democrats or just pander to the disenchanted across the window of opportunity they might have had to mount a third party?

Who does that leave among the contenders who are not agents of corporate rule? I’m rather inclined to agree with Ralph Nader that John Edwards might be the least beholden to corporate interests, hence the most promising candidate. Michael Moore think so too. So he’s my pick. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to vote for him.

The Democrats promise nothing and deliver it. While at the grassroots level it’s hard to argue that Democrats aren’t being responsive to their constituents, in the Colorado legislature as an example, further up the party it would seem to make no difference. Democratic governor Ritter vetoed our progressive labor bill. Our Democrat representatives in DC are but handservants to the Republicans and their lobbyists.

Cynthia McKinney for PresidentIt’s time to vote for a third party candidate, no matter who is saying it won’t work. Throw your vote away sooner than throw in with corporate rule!

7 thoughts on “Who is going to win Election 2008?

  1. AvatarJonah

    Hopefully all of humanity will win.

    If we don’t, then it almost goes without saying that we all lose.

    And it would have gone without saying if I hadn’t just said it. (see above)

    Buy your survivalist supplies before summer… there’s going to be a run on them in October and especially November.

  2. AvatarTony Logan

    All humanity will lose this election, simply because the only option for ‘change’ is a prettier face on US militarism and imperialism, while the US population has set by and not rebelled in the least against rigged elections.

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