So, two weeks ago, I posted a snapshot of the AOL Straw Poll for President. At that time, the map was very red with some blue states scattered here and there on the coasts. Clearly, a scary map.
This is this week's AOL Straw Poll for President.
Now, I know this is only AOL and I should consider who the majority of AOL users are and I should look at other pollsters, etc., but honestly, I still find this incredibly frightening. To have the map entirely red, with the exception of the District of Columbia--and I've never been prouder of my homebase than I am right now--is scarier than the imminence of the next 9/11. (Sadly, it will happen. It's not a matter of if, but when.)
Seriously, folks. We're not using our heads here. Think, people. Think. McCain = Bush. Naturally, that equals longer economic hardship, longer war in the Middle East and the potential invasion of Iran, a continuation of lies, more lies, and damn lies, bad education policies, no health care policy for 43 millions men, women, and children, and on and on and on.
We need a change. All of this red is bad, bad, bad.
So, Auckland, Tauranga, Christchurch, Dunedin, or Wellington?