Clinton or Obama?: ". . . this election is less about which candidate can usher in 'change,' or who has the most 'experience,' than it is about the very survival of our nation. While George W. Bush clamors about the need to spread democracy abroad, his deficit-ridden government is being propped up by Communist China, a major underwriter of American debt.
"The exodus abroad of first manufacturing and now service-sector jobs is gutting this nation's economy. And Bush's military adventurism and saber rattling have turned world opinion against us.
"It was with all this in mind that I did what every American is duty-bound to do in these troubled times: I voted my choice for the next president of the United States."