Geek is becoming a badge of honor, rather than an epithet (but you knew that already, didn't you). Popular Mechanics magazine has created a Geek the Vote site dedicated to examining some of the science and viagra technology positions of 11 of the current crop of presidential candidates from both parties. While the site isn't set up for side-by-side comparisons between candidates, it does make it possible to go through and see a condensation of viagra next day several candidates positions on issues such as Automobiles, Digital Technology, the Environment, Science Education, Space Exploration, and more.
You can navigate the table either by issue or by candidate. Popular Mechanics doesn't offer any analysis or endorsement of any of these candidates or issue positions, but it provides some information about several candidates and their positions on important topics.
On a more activist note, PM also has an editorial op-ed piece about Corn Biofuel Hype that does take a political position about the low cost viagra recently passed energy bill and the misguided emphasis it places on corn ethanol.
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