Sunday, October 26, 2008

Voting Advice

Planning to vote early? Do so, but make sure it gets counted. If the opposition has targeted your demographic niche for whatever reason, you MUST document the problem with your political party, as well as on the Internet. I'm just saying... no matter which of the sides you are on.

Expect dirty tricks. No, the balloting is NOT postponed if it is raining, snowing or an earthquake has struck. Don't fall for that crap. And don't fall for the crap both parties and all of their special interest groups are shoveling with their robocalls. Make this your mantra and chant it as you listen to your answering machine... "It's all bullshit... It's all bullshit..."

Good luck. The field sucks and the choices are the same old same old. Neither of the primary party candidates offers anything new. The Congress will still control the budget process and the Senate will still control the foreign policy decisions, assuming the election isn't stolen (hijacked) by the existing administration placing us all under martial law.

Laugh if you want. Even paranoids have enemies...

3 comments:

Donna said...

Colin Powell's interview changed how I'm voting. I think it's going to be a landslide for Obama anyway, but now he has one more vote. Make that two, my husband switched candidates this week too.

Chris said...

I agree totally. Both parties are two sides of the same coin.

Love your last line. Reminds me of the saying, "Just because you are paranoid, does not mean that they are not out to get you."

Dornbrau said...

I think I am the better candidate but I spent my campaign fundraising $ on a Starbucks Double Chocolate Mocha Vente. Maybe 2012...
Actually I think Regan would be the best candidate... and he's not even alive, which is really scary if you think about it.
Dorn~