Friday, November 23, 2007

How Not To Vote…

. If the candidate has a record of shameless barefaced lying,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If the party has a culture of secrecy and aggressive control of the media through budgetary intimidation and politically driven board placements,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If the parties’ policies favor corporations at the expense of the people,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If the party has a history of removing the mechanisms of accountability and engaging in smear and intimidation campaigns against whistle-blowers,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM
.

. If the party has a culture that disregards the basic human rights of individuals and minorities for the purpose of petty political point scoring,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM
.

. If the party tolerates or encourages the violation of international conventions on human rights by our allies, including against Australian citizens,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM
.

. If the candidate seems like the sort who might knowingly send Australians to fight and die in a war that is being waged on the basis of a monumental fraud,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If the candidate actively denies the majority scientific opinion when it comes to making decisions which will determine the fate of our children and our Earth,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If the party uses fear as their primary tool in coaxing you along their path,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If voting for them makes you feel like you are selling your soul,
DON’T VOTE FOR THEM.

. If you want Australia to be seen by the rest of the world as a place where the people have morals and live by principles based on ethics rather than purely, economics,
think carefully about who you will vote for.

The world is watching this election with interest and will form an indelible opinion of us based on the outcome of this day.
This election will tell the world, who we really are as a people.
If that is not obvious then you have not been watching very carefully.

Choose well, your future.

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