Another voice in the interweb wilderness
I expected no less! 😀
Yes! My grandkids were excited to see the sticker and said their classmates elected Obama! That tickled me!
Well, I’m pretty sure I elected Obama, but they can think they did, too, if they want. 😛
A coworker was planning to put an “mi” on his sticker between the o and the t. Exactly why he felt this way, I’m not sure, I was afraid to ask. I didn’t want to bring it up, you might say.
Vomite? Isn’t that the stuff Australians put on their sandwiches? 😐
Yes sir, I voted – hope you’re healed up from your tumble and will be back to the blogginghood soon. 😉
Thank you for participating in the great American Experiment! 🙂
I’ll be back soon enough!
Voted for Gary Johnson. Slim pickin’s for sure this time around.
Yeah, back around the start of the year I planned to vote either Lib or Ind, but as things progressed I realized I had to cast a vote against Romney. The only effective way to do that was to vote Obama. Voting “least worst” sucks, but I really didn’t want Romney at the helm! And now, with no threat of re-election, we’ll see what happens. An analyst on PBS mentioned that many two-term presidents have kept the “tricky” legislation they wanted in their back pocket until the second term. The analyst pointed out that Obama had already done that with health care (such as it is). So what might he have in his back pocket, one wonders!
[While voting, I smiled when I noticed remnants of the more feminist leanings of my youth: the tendency to vote for female names over male ones on the down-ticket positions (judges and such).]
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