Tuesday, November 08, 2016

This Election Matters. It's November 8 2016. VOTE DAMMIT.

I see in your polls the same fear that would take the heart of me.
A day may come when the courage of men fails,
when we forsake our Facebook and break all bonds of Friendster...
but it is not this day.
An hour of Tweeting and shattered shields,
when the year of madness comes crashing down,
but it is not this day!
This day we VOTE!!
By all that you hold dear in this Great America,
I bid you stand, Citizens of the United States!!!


Okay, so it wasn't an epic battle that awaited me at the polling precinct this morning.

But the parking lot was busy this morning.

The line itself wasn't too long inside, they had eight columns for ballot pick-up by last name (this is one of the few times I'm glad I'm not in the long lines for As, Ds, Ls, Ms, Ns, and Ss) and then 10 booths for filling out your ballots.

 Tell history and the state of Florida I did my duty! I voted Hillary, I voted Pat Murphy for Senate, I voted Dem ticket straight down because guess what Republicans, I ain't voting for obstructionists who won't do their jobs.

Voted NO against the Solar con job.

Vote YES for Medical Marijuana.

So. I voted.

I just want to make sure, YOU ALL VOTED TOO.
Get to your polling precinct today if you haven't voted early.
And volunteer to help out. There's a lot of people who can't drive or walk to their precincts. You can volunteer to drive voters to where they need to go and help them get in line. You might wanna check out My Ride To Vote site about getting a ride to your precinct.

And for the LOVE OF GOD don't vote Republican. Not this year. Not until they break away from their racist and sexist voting base and wake the hell up to the 21st Century.



1 comment:

Denny from Ohio said...

In this part of Ohio there are elected offices o'plenty that feature Republicans running unopposed, such is the state of the Democratic party here. Ergo, there were undarkened bubbles o'plenty on my ballot. There was ONE guy that I voted for, I know him personally an he is an anomaly (meaning a thoughtful Republican). What absolutely astounds me is that after Obama saved Ohio's ass, not to mention Michigan's, by saving the auto industry there is a high likelihood that Ohio will go to Trump. Many of those autoworkers who owe nothing to the Republican party along with the many businesses the industry farms contracts out to are voting for Donald Trump. Talk about cognitive dissonance. The combination of short memories, vain pride, and plain stupidity has me fearing for this state. Were it not for Obama we would still be in deep scat. Kasich and the other morons are quick to tout their accomplishments in saving our economy. Allow me to do the same:

So much for that list.