Friday, August 18, 2006

An interesting New York Times article

The article talks about the infamous Michael Schiavo and his recent attempts to support candidates who support the Right to Privacy. Michael Schiavo has created a PAC and is financially supporting candidates (Regardless of Party affiliation) who feel that The Federal Government should stop overstepping its Consitutional Authority.

I have to agree with Mr. Schiavo on this one. The Federal Government (Led by Republicans) were way out of line.

Mike Sylvester

2 comments:

Tim Zank said...

It is an interesting article, Mike if not a little sad though. I hate to see him get involved with people that are obviously going to exploit his experience for their chance at more votes.

Everyone behaved abominably as her inevitable death lingered before the whole world. Dems/repubs/press/ were ALL pandering jackasses. Nobody knows how they would react to something so awful until they are forced too, despite all the handwringing from everyone.

If I were him, I'd move on with my life and forget about trying to get politicians (of any stripe) to do the "right thing"....The right thing for them is just that, whatever is right for them....sad story all around.

LP Mike Sylvester said...

I mostly agree with you on this one Tim. I think he should stay out of politics.

I do not think The Dems were near as bad as The Reps on this one.

The Reps used to stand for State's rights, they no longer do...

Mike Sylvester

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