I was asked:
Gaby, my husband and I took a trip to the southwestern part of Puerto Rico this weekend -- there I wondered what you'd say about Puerto Rico and U.S. in general if anyone asked for your opinion... what would you opine about Puerto Rico and the U.S. in current world events?
Interesting question, I try really hard to not have an opinion on things if I don't know all the little details.
the U.S. in current world events: About us politics,
I can say that we have 80 party's to pick from in Holland and only 16 000 000 people. Having only 2 presidents to pick from on 300 000 000 people is a huge violation of your rights.
Having options on a ballot that could never result in a president being elected is clearly wrong. Having different ballots is wrong all together. What I would like to know
is who is empowered to remove the very options from ballots that other states offer people as real presidential candidates.
Simple question: Who has the right to remove options?
If only 1 state would remove one option they have changed all other votes in all other states. What gives Texas the right to change/manipulate/screw the results of new York elections?
I can say for a fact that Bush is a dictator
, that a simple truth isn't it?
But an opinion I don't have yet. It could be that Sadam was already using his weapons in the us. This kind of war tools can take 50 years to start working/showing. Maybe bush was the only way to attack/defend.
One thing is for sure, they didn't tell us half the story.
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