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The Election and The Environment

The media has built up the 2008 US Election to be the most ‘historical election.’ That doesn’t really get me excited because I’m almost certain that the next one will also be the most historic. However, when it comes to the environment this is our most historic US election.

Today will decide if America moves forward to preserve our precious ‘green’ earth or if they stagnate, or worse regress, and continue to harm the weakening biosphere.

It comes down to Obama vs McCain, preserve vs harm ~ I guess you know who I’d be voting for if I  lived in the US. Obama is forward thinking, is fair, can relate to the American public and is necessary for change. McCain is a dinosaur, short-sighted and given that his days on earth might be numbered he likely doesn’t care what holds for the environment long term. And if something tragic ever happened to either candidate I’m definitely on side for Biden as president vs Palin. Can you imagine the first bill she would pass would likely that every woman should learn to do that ‘pageant’ walk!

Our environment, plants, animals, and humans, is in danger. Obama will put it on the endangered species list and McCain, like Bush, will continue to eat away at.

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Comment from Sasha
Time November 5, 2008 at 1:17 pm

America has voted, and voted in favour of the environment. It will not change over night, but this is a step in the right direction.