10 thoughts on “Vote!

  1. Writer what are teh elction prediction? Democrats are still on 7 percent lead? or droped the lead again..

    If the Dems get control of both the House and the Senate – I predict an attack on American soil within 8 months. If they don’t – the squabbling will continue but I can always hit the mute button for that one.
    WC

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  2. At the ned of the day the Repubs will hang onto both houses and gridlock will ensue. Gridlock is a good thing because they are not creating any more bogus laws or taking more of our hard earned money.
    End of rant.
    I am going back to my corner and suck my thumb.

    I sure hope you’re right Squawky but 2 seconds after the polls closed on the East Coast the major networks were calling races – for the Dems of course. You have to wonder though – how do they know? Do they start counting votes before the polls close? You have to wonder…
    WC

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  3. I’m with Fuzz go Kinky Freidman… Unfortunately here in MA Ted Kennedy is up for election and the morons here will vote him back in however he did not get my vote anyone running agaist him for the office gets my vote…

    Sad isn’t it? When you know no matter who is running that that the walrus is going to win anyway. My fantasy is to have Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein all waking up the day after to discover they have been voted out of office. Ah, but it is just a dream. Drat!
    WC

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  4. Well Ahnold (Arnold) Schwarzennegger called me on the phone (automated message) at least three times in the past week as we got closer and closer to election day. In fact there were more automated messages than I have ever heard of before. I think Arnold will take the vote for governor in California.
    Sure hope so! And yes, I quite agree about the gridlock to save us from bogus laws and taking our hard earned money.
    ~ PG

    My phone is still ringing with the computer calls. I’ll be glad when it’s over. I don’t know about the gridlock issue – can’t say I trust any of them much at all.

    I’ll be glad if McClintock made it as Lt. Governor – I’ve given up on Arnold – though I held my nose and voted for him anyway.
    WC

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  5. I tried to vote Kinky but they would only allow so many positions in the voting booth 😉

    ba-dah-bing! LOL! Nice to know I’m not the only one with a twisted funny bone. 😉
    WC

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  6. Sad to say the walrus (Ted Kennedy) won again by a large margin got 70 % of the vote morons here in MA by the end of this term he will have 50 years as a Senator yoikes!!
    There are no words, Ger. I am speechless.
    WC

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  7. Now is the time for Conservatives to get in contact with the left overs and voice their concerns. This RINO crappola has got to stop or we will be faced with 50 more years of Democrats in the house.

    Squawky,
    If we end up with 50 years of Dem control I think we’re done for.
    WC

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  8. I have some words but I can’t post them here…
    A couple I can are set term limits… Please!!!!!

    Unfortunately, terms limits are unconstitutional. I would like it though if more people would actually educate themselves on the issues and track records of the people they vote into office. If they did, I believe things would be very different.
    WC

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  9. The solution is real simple. Republicans return to conservative values and there will be no need for term limits.
    We the voters (those that know why they vote) need to stay engaged and hold our elected officials feet to the fire and put the fire out when they do the right thing.

    While the solution may be simple it won’t be easy. The other part of that solution is to get the electorate to become critical thinkers again. This age of entitlement has made people utterly stupid and lazy. They want to complain about the problems but don’t want to expend the effort to educate themselves on what the problems really are. I don’t think these results are a referundum for change or for the Dems or even to punish the Republicans as much as it is a statement of utter self-absorption and laziness on the part of the public in general.

    It’s true we all have the right to vote but we also have the responsibility to find out who and what we are voting for. I’d be willing to bet that at least 65% of the electorate don’t even know the voting record(s) of any of the candidates they voted in or out of office.

    WC

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