On Election Day…

November 6, 2012 at 1:41 am (By Ron) ()

Vote! Like Ginger Rogers and her mother Lela back in the day….

cross posted at Fluffy Stuffin



  1. Icepick said,

    Already did. Don’t feel so good about it.

  2. mockturtle said,

    Hmm. Having some issues here. What I wrote [I thought] was:

    I voted two weeks ago. I’m more concerned with our state races and issues than with the presidential race. My presidential vote won’t count, anyway, as I live in a blue state.

  3. karen said,

    :0)- we voted around 1:30 and then we did our annual election day ~go out to lunch~ @the local restaurant- which wasn’t so good, today. WDIK, i had coffee.

    Around 4:30, we got a phone call from the gal’s campaign 4 house rep. “Polls are open until 7, blahblahblah- make sure you vote.” So, i said-Yeah- we already did. Was told that this phone call was actually for… Allan.

    :0)… i informed the gal that- yes, he voted- as we did go to the polls(the elementary school)together and i hoped she had a great afternoon. The wannabe’s ~treasurer~ is a former employer of mine who knows, w/no doubt about it, that i’m not voting for a Planned Parenthood endorsed candidate- so, as taken aback a i was, initially- it’s a funny, small-town moment.

    It doesn’t matter how i voted here in VT- it’s the MOST socialistic damned state and the 1st to go Obama- so, i don’t count. Not for our Gov, our Senators- nada. I just pray that the Country has so much more sense than VT.

    I hope everyone is warm, dry and safe tonight.
    Has anyone heard from Brunobaby??????

  4. mockturtle said,

    Karen, my point, exactly! When you live in a blue state, your vote on federal candidates simply don’t count. We are, in a real sense, disenfranchised by the electoral system!

  5. mockturtle said,

    Of course, in fairness [no irony intended], Democrats in red states probably feel the same insignificance.

  6. Icepick said,

    And it’s over. The American people have voted for more of the same. More 8% unemployment with historically low participation rates, 46 million people on food stamps and rising, decreasing median incomes, dead ambassadors, and divided government. Outstanding. Well, at least I can rest easy knowing there’s no point in looking for a job ever again.

  7. mockturtle said,

    Hey, and don’t forget that Obama will now have more flexibility! [Are you listening, Vladimir?]

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