2006
11.11

For those of you who have actually read my column (very few, probably), I am sure you are just waiting for me to gloat about the accuracy of my predictions over the past few months. Well, you aren’t going to get that. No matter how happy I may be about being right, I understand what comes with this victory.

Here’s the reality. A lot needs to be fixed, and with this victory comes responsibility. I feel honored to be working for someone who is part of the new Democratic majority and has been given this responsibility, and it is our job to make sure the American people finally get what they expect from their government: accountability, productivity, and reliability.

With this change in leadership comes a new chapter in my life. A promotion, greater responsibility, and a greater commitment to my career and my work. Therefore, with this change comes an end to this column. Thank you to John and The Dead End for giving me a forum to speak my mind for the past few months. Now, I will effect change by doing, rather than talking.

Au revoir.

  1. It was great to have you write for the site. Your politics, though not what I personally agreed with many a times, did create a place for people to think. Maybe even influenced a vote or two, who knows?

    Thanks a lot Dan, you’ll be missed by someone here, though I’m not sure who.

  2. John on November 11, 2006 at 2:15 am said:Thanks a lot Dan

    I hate to bust up the love fest, but who the fuck is Dan??

  3. Ryan Wallace on November 11, 2006 at 10:43 am said:

    John on November 11, 2006 at 2:15 am said:Thanks a lot Dan

    I hate to bust up the love fest, but who the fuck is Dan??

    The writer of this entry, Rick!

  4. Good luck, Dave :)

  5. Ryan Wallace on November 11, 2006 at 10:43 am said:

    I hate to bust up the love fest, but who the fuck is Dan??

    I was gonna ask that, but I was afraid of the answer I think.

  6. Dan, formerly Dave, thanks for your writing! I’m glad your predictions were accurate, though I’ve turned into the goat from “Animal Farm” in the last few years and tend to think that there really is no such thing as change in politics. Good luck with the new job!

    Gosh, I’d better write an udpate at some point. :O

  7. Joey Michaels on November 11, 2006 at 10:20 pm said:

    Dan, formerly Dave, thanks for your writing! I’m glad your predictions were accurate, though I’ve turned into the goat from “Animal Farm” in the last few years and tend to think that there really is no such thing as change in politics. Good luck with the new job!

    Gosh, I’d better write an udpate at some point. :O

    Yeah, hurry up Jeff. I haven’t heard from you since Korea.

  8. yeah Jeff! And Dan, I love your timing. I was looking forward to future posts to bash on. Good political dodging!! =)

    good luck with your endeavors though Dave, truly.