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chriscoleman

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Please go vote today! This is OUR chance to say "WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK"!

I love my iDevices, but today is about our lives, our benefits, our children's future! Whatever it takes, get to the polls today and vote who you think is the best man for the job!
 

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I'll be going after work. I'll probably be in line a few hours, but it's time to vote for the lesser of two evils today.

I think George Carlin summed it up best with his take on politics and the election: "You have no rights. You have owners. They own you!"
 

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Well....i went and voted today. I'm not sure which of the 2 evils was the better choice. this should be interesting. :rolleyes:

Laura, when i went to vote today, about 2:30pm, i was thee only one there...... :eek:
 

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I had to take an hour long bus ride, and then 30 minute subway ride, and then another 10 minute cab ride to get to the US Consulate so they can send my vote in on a diplomatic pouch, but it was worth it!
 

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I didn't vote in this election...i have never voted for a president. I live in a state that will be 100% republican for eternity, regardless of who is running on either side of the fence. Beyond that though, i have yet to see a candidate that represents what i would want to stand behind...I don't support liars, thieves and scoundrels, and i certainly wouldn't want to put a ballot in a box that placed my hand in the hand of someone like that (and each time, both sides of the fence have buckets full of both). Politics is a ridiculous game, and personally, i have no time for it. I'm happy that people feel strongly about voting, it is your right to speak for yourself by doing so and i support your passion for doing so, but me...I spent the day watching TV with my wife snuggled up on the couch while a pot of chili cooked, and i wouldn't have traded it for the world.

If you want to make a difference with votes, vote locally...that is where your voice directly effects the outcome of things, and directly effects your quality of life. The presidential election is a game, nothing more. In reality, it doesn't matter who's in office anymore...this game is so much deeper than who represents that office. Republicratatarian wins!
 

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Well....i went and voted today. I'm not sure which of the 2 evils was the better choice. this should be interesting. :rolleyes:

Laura, when i went to vote today, about 2:30pm, i was thee only one there...... :eek:

I went after work. I had to stand in one line for half an hour to get a white card with my ward number on it. Then get out of that line and get in another line with my ward card to actually vote. It was about a 90 minute ordeal. Thank God for Netflix on the iPhone.