Tuesday, November 4, 2014

This Is It

Finally.  It’s Election Day.  If you have not already done so, go vote.  If you don’t know where your polling place is, check here.  Get a voter’s guide and take it with you.  You’re allowed to have it with you in the voting booth.

If you don’t know who you’re voting for, remember this: the people who think the opposite of the way you do about the economy, health care, reproductive rights, marriage equality, the environment, education, immigration, taxes, guns, and everything else you hold dear DO know who they’re voting for.  And they are going to vote.

If you don’t vote, then you give up any right to complain about how shitty things are in your town, county, state, or country for the next two years at least.

2 barks and woofs on “This Is It

  1. I will vote. I am tired of the way we handle politics in this country and cynical about another 2 years of gridlock. These folks earn money for doing nothing positive.

  2. Voted. Took all of ten minutes. One halfway-decent thing to say about the suburbs – even if the pollworker who checked me in couldn’t spell my last name after three tries. FirstWorldProblems I guess.

    Outside it was very quiet – even the wingers flacking for Gillespie and Comstock were subdued.

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