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In the cold light of DAWN

Original post made by Hal Bailey, another community, on Feb 5, 2008

Dear neighbors,

As we awake on February 6, we will realize that our nation has made choices that somehow do not reflect the greater bay area and our global perspective. We fully need to understand the choices we are being provided and the results of such choices in the next four years.

We have little time left as a nation to join a global economy, community and humanity. We must fully understand what is the composite mentality of USAmericans. Finally, we will need to determine if our country has a future with such choices and what global leadership the San Francisco Bay Area must pursue in remedy.

Take it very seriously, please, you are exceptionally bright!


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Posted by Carter Dobbs
a resident of another community
on Feb 5, 2008 at 6:51 pm

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Dear neighbors,

We quite often look outside of our Atlantic communities to find broader, rational consideration of voting. What we will choose today will define us. We allowed eight years of violence against our global community and we will not be offered an opportunity to continue that impact on potential global partners.

We can isolate ourselves in our dogmatic beliefs, selfish lifestyles, and fear of alternatives, but it will take real heroes among us to lead us away from the policies that erode our country and global relationships.

We expect San Francisco to be our world portal to such outreach,

Carter, Poplar Branch NC

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Posted by Enrique, Alamo TX
a resident of another community
on Feb 7, 2008 at 11:48 am

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Dear neighbors,

As we are reduced to consideration of three possible candidates for President, we can all share concerns about our economy, community and humanity. We are faced with an immediate issue of our domestic economy and its role in a global economy. We must face that such economic issues are a result of our lack of global community and humanity.

Do you see John, Hillary or Barack being capable of resolution of such moumental issues? Respond as if you are electing the LAST President of the United States of America because surely that could be the outcome in our economic and violent world.

Enrique, the other Alamo Ron,
Alamo Texas

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Posted by Hal Bailey
a resident of another community
on Feb 7, 2008 at 4:44 pm

Dear neighbors,

The campaign by Republicans has been defined. "In this time of war, I simply cannot let my campaign, be a part of aiding a surrender to terror," Romney told the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.

The defining ignorance of that remark makes your consideration of our global role in economy, community and humanity important. More specifically, just how do we separate terror from a civil war in IRAQ and achieve security among all nations?

AS many have said, "VOTE as if you are electing the last President of the United States!"

Celebrate one world, in peace, with humanity and justice for all,


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