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Americans: Go Vote!

November 4, 2008

voted1I mean it, really, stop reading this and go vote! It’s your civic duty.

 

Go!

 

Come on!

 

Oh, you already voted? Awesome, me too!

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I got up at 6 this morning and crawled my way over to my polling place (a church :( ) and got in and out in about 15 minutes. It was great. I voted for my first president today, I voted for Senator Barack Obama.

I don’t care who you vote for as long as you vote, whether you’re a red in a blue state (to include you greens and such as well) or vice versa your vote really does count in more than one way, so go do it!

 

Also, I have a contact page now, so use it!

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5 Comments
  1. ngoldfarb permalink
    November 4, 2008 10:43 am

    WE NEED A UNITER

    NOT A MURDERER

    OBAMA’S BUDDIES PLANNED TO KILL 25,000,000 AMERICANS

    FACTS, JUST FACTS, ONLY FACTS

    THAT SHOULD SCARE EVERYONE

    http://ngoldfarb.wordpress.com/2008/10/22/barack-obamas-boss-and-mentor-william-ayres-group-killed-more-people-than-the-kkk-klu-lux-klan/

  2. November 4, 2008 11:04 am

    @ ngoldfarb:

    ……….

    BUAHAHAHAHAhahahahaha!

    ouch.

    hey, my first time voting for president too! i was old enough in 2004 but was too apathetic. it’ll be a long night.

  3. November 4, 2008 11:11 am

    I think ngoldfarb needs to recheck their facts and stop by for a visit with the nice man with a comfy couch that they can sit on.

    @Amiable, same here, I was still in basic training during the 2004 election and I was apathetic enough to not care to vote for either guy, absentee voting is a hassle and isn’t counted till way later anyway. It still matters, just at the time I didn’t feel that way.

  4. notreallyalice permalink
    November 4, 2008 12:36 pm

    I get up at 5 every damn morning and don’t get home until after 6. So I just hope I’m not in line past my bedtime, oh, and I hope it’s not raining. It’s gonna suck but I’m gonna do it!

  5. November 4, 2008 11:13 pm

    Well, it looks like lots of people voted, and most of them for Obama. It looks like they are calling it for Obama as I write.

    On TV here they showed queues at some of the polling places, some people waited hours. Now that’s dedication, Americans must really want this election to have a definite result.

    They were predicting more than a 10% increase in voters compared to the last election.

    It’s good to see that people are interested in their future, he’s hoping it’s a good one.

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