Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham


This is a political post. I haven't made this warning in a while, and I've been trying to avoid it. Now, if you think that you and I are likely to disagree on politics, you may be happier just skipping this and moving on. Because it's really something I try very hard to ignore with my friends. So unless you really want to, just move on and we can concentrate on the fun things, like strong drink, love, book, damn good fic and all the other stuff we have in common and make you such fun & great people.

I found a site "". This is not their fault, in fact they're rather cool. I can search for "Female" Likes "Men", Looking for "Friendship, Dating, Relationship, Random Play, Anything I Can Get"

There's a dropdown box for "Political". Which is a good thing. Nice to know what a person thinks they are. And I put moderate.

My politics are not moderate! They're fucking bipolar! I'm for gay marriage and want an ordinary middle class life. I'm against gun control and media control. I'm looking towards volunteering for Afghanistan or Iraq, if the State Department or some other agency will take me. I'm against the DMCA. The 3rd place to get a job application for me will be the Department of Homeland Security. I don't really care who wins the presidential election, because I haven't seen a sliver of a difference between one candidate and another on things I care about.

I read Kipling on Empire and look at Zaire and wonder. I'm sliding towards favoring a single-payer health care system. I support trains, if and when logical. I saw a list of controversial programs Red Ken gave grants to and couldn't see something particularly wrong with any of them.

So yeah. That's me, just saying.

Oh yeah. Fencing porn. In two cases, literally, so NWS.

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