Why does the 2012 election matter so much that I even find myself dreaming about the upcoming debates? I have a firm belief that we’re all in this together. By “we,” I mean all who choose to participate in this great American experiment.
Every day I wonder: Will we lose incredible progress we’ve made in the last three years? Will we again become a nation where you can go broke if you go sick, where you can be shamed out of public service if you’re gay, where women’s health is a political football, where Wall Street can threaten millions of jobs in pursuit of a few extra bucks, where we can be misled by fear to seek out wars that do not need to be fought?
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Sorry to break character and be so serious. But the kind of America we are matters to me and that’s why I know that Eclectablog matters.
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