A nonpartisan Thankful list

Things to be thankful for

1.  The opportunity to vote AND have your vote counted

More countries are holding elections but many times the elections are just for show

2.. Freedom of Religion, Speech, and Blogging :-p

There are dozens of countries that regulate speech, and some that jail or even murder anyone who speaks against the government

3.  Food clothing and shelter

1/4 of the world does not have these basic needs met on a daily basis and over half of the world lives on less than $2 a day

4.  Health

The average life expectancy in some countries is less than 40 years

5.  Educational and Career opportunity

Talk to any entrepreneur, small business owner, or immigrant


~ by novamiddleman on November 20, 2007.

One Response to “A nonpartisan Thankful list”

  1. very true, and so often taken for granted

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