"Hell, I never vote for anybody. I always vote
W.C. Fields' utterly prescient statement probably served as the
voting model for most Americans a few months ago as Republicans
lost a 10-year hold on Congress, giving the Democratic Party
renewed vigor in its campaign for the top office in 2008.
Most political pundits agree that many Republican candidates
lost not because of their merits but because of the perceived lack
thereof in the Republican Party—particularly with regard to
the president. But whether it's Clinton, Obama, Giuliani or McCain
winning the executive seat in 2008, the roofing industry will focus
on its agenda and continue to support candidates who further the
causes of small businesses.
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