Friday, November 05, 2010

We The People

These color graphics clearly display where we are as a country.  Of course, in most places, except where there are heavy concentrations of great diversity, the electorate is fairly evenly split with the matters solved by a gadfly group of "Independents" moving from one side of the middle to the other, depending on which issue moves them.

The green circles are areas where I would not want to live and the Xs are places where I don't want to do business.  People in those areas are simply not my kind of people and the representatives they keep sending to government do not represent my view of right and wrong.  Looks like most of the ground is held by the Rs.

Gridlock should keep us out of too much government induced trouble for the next couple of years.  The Founding Fathers were awfully bright people, weren't they?

If you are looking for a good read, find a copy of Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" online.  Although written about 234 years ago, the language reads much like today's. 


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