Good advice for independent and undecided voters


The good thing about having over 300 million Americans and over 6.7 billion world citizens, is that when you’re too busy to write something yourself, there is inevitably someone else who shares your opinion and does have the time to write.

Thus, dear undecided and independent voters, do please take a few minutes to read this article by Gary Kamiya at Salon.com:

An open letter to independent and undecided voters

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2 Responses to “Good advice for independent and undecided voters”

  1. goodtimepolitics Says:

    Maybe you could use alittle more advice to the independent voyters. Here is more good advice.
    http://xrl.us/orwuf

  2. Robert Jacobs Says:

    There are a number of conversations being had these days about the candidates; however one that seems to be missing is the simple yet profound one regarding their basic leadership abilities. I and more than 30 of my co-authors from Berrett-Koehler Publishers are experts in the fields of leadership and change. We have identified key attributes of effective leadership that we have witnessed and fostered in the real world. Barack Obama clearly exhibits these characteristics. These leadership aspects are based on measurable performance and success of our respective clients for decades. To read more about the key characteristics of leadership we’ve identified go to http://www.authors4obama.com


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