If you're in a Super Tuesday state, don't forget to vote. One friend told me he has to work, another said she plans to go skiing. THIS IS NOT THE TIME to think your vote doesn't count. This time EVERY VOTE COUNTS. If you want to change this country, if you want to end the war in Iraq, if you want affordable health care, if you want a country that can restore its credibility in the world, then take time off work, ski another day, and make a difference. Vote for Barak Obama.
If you think you have a reason to not support Obama, read Obama vs. the Phobocracy in today's Washington Post by Michael Chabon before you vote.
See also chart below posted by Declan McCullagh on who's the most tech friendly - from c|net news. Obama trumps Clinton when it comes to privacy and information access.
|Net neutrality||Telecom spying immunity||DMCA fair use reform||Supports Real ID Act||ISP data retention requird||Permanent|
|Clinton||Strong yes||No||Ducked question||Maybe||Ducked question||Ducked question|
|Huckabee||Maybe*||Ducked question||Ducked question||Ducked question||Ducked question||Probably not*|
|McCain||No||Probably yes||Ducked question||Strong yes||Ducked question||Yes|
|Obama||Strong yes||No||Probably yes||No||No||Yes|
|Paul||No||Strong no||Probably yes||Strong no||No||Yes|
|Romney||Ducked question||Ducked question||Ducked question||Yes*||Ducked question||Yes*|
Update: I'm happy to report both my friends voted in the end. One had to get up in time to vote at 6AM and the other skipped her ski trip. If you're in a state that's still ahead, this is a critical juncture in our political history. Be sure to vote. For Obama.