I actually was doing something about trying to bring her back, and that's by boycotting the creators of Pokemon, and I won't let up until after either Misty comes back or the show is cancelled. Unfortunately, a few times, it seems as though they aren't getting the clue, despite my getting over 9000 signatures, although I still will try to get her to come back. I got the idea from the American Revolution, you see.
Of course, feminism is probably going to play a less important role than before, thanks to some bad experiences in College where I dealt with a history professor who often acted like women couldn't get an education, period, until the 1960s, among other things.
As for whom I'm going to vote for, I'll probably vote for whoever's on the Republican ballott. I don't support any candidate who supports abortion due to my Catholic beliefs, and several of the candidates on the Republican ballott are at least stating they are now Pro-life, something Obama never did. For the record, I'm an independent voter.
You're welcome, I see, I understand. You don't like the current president I see? who do you want to vote for?
How will you do that though, it just makes me so sad that she is in the GYM when she's supposed to be doing her dreams and dont even get me STARTED on her lack of development If I could I would make a Misty series and give her what she deserves which is rivals, her own theme song, competiting in water competitions, AND more power house pokemon. -sigh-
Thanks. Although I'm going to focus on bringing Misty back, I kinda have some bigger fish to fry right now due to the 2012 elections, for the future of America. After we elect him out of office, then I'll resume my trying to bring Misty back, assuming I'll have time between college classes to do so, of course.