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2008: The Election All About "Change"

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American governance is dominated by corporate power, which this election will not change.

The U.S. Congress, corrupted by corporate money, can not undertake principled public service, such as using its constitutional powers to restrain imperial presidents, which this election will not change. 

Our nation's resources are being squandered and priceless opportunity lost on a global, corporate controlled American Empire, which this election will not change.

Our laws are ignored and the liberties of the people debased, which this election will not change.

While it is unlikely Obama or McCain or their running mates will be as dreadful as Bush/Cheney, the American Empire will continue to spiral downward, with the fallout from eight years of reckless mismanagement preoccupying the new president, which this election will not change.

For all the vacuous drama generated by corporate media and candidates' promises of "change", this election will decide the fate of personal ambitions and little else, but real change will come, likely unforeseen and unwelcome, as sure as the end of a rolling drum, which this election will not change. 

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William H. White is Director of Voters for None of the Above

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