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Obama Won, and I Didn't Even Vote

On Tynan

I already know that this post is going to get a lot of negative comments like the religion one. And that's because this "every vote counts" dogma that everyone loves so much shares a lot with religion. It's a belief that's held true without a single bit of compelling evidence, and it's a strong belief.

But before I get into that, let's talk about some other things.

First, Obama won and I'm happy about that. I don't think that he's a superhero like a lot of people do. When I look at his positions I disagree with most of them. I disagree with most of McCain's positions as well.

Third Session

On The 187th Semiannual General Conference

Sustaining vote: It seems meaningless when nobody counts the votes. In my ward, when we could watch the conference there, nobody in ward leadership even looked at how people voted.

Apostle Stevenson:

President Monson is ninety-years old. His birthday was the same day as the solar eclipse in USA (why so many USA references?). Why give temperatures in Fahrenheit, when almost ALL OF THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD use a different system? This is not The USA Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The majority of LDS Church members do not live in USA.

He is giving another warning about the use of technology pulling us away from personal relationships. Success in life is not based on social-media 'likes.'

When prideful, we take honor ourself, rather than giving it to the Lord. The meek shall inherit the earth.

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