Here We Go

November 3, 2008

In less than 12 hours, polls open (on the eastern coast). I’m not going to tell you who to vote for, cause I’m not too enthusiastic about either candidate to begin with. I’m not going to tell you which party is right, whether or not being liberal is better than conservative. Hell, I’m a registered independent, but Nader isn’t going to win (and if he does, you thought Gore’s nature politics were odd…).

What I am going to say though, is what everyone else is telling you. VOTE. For once, put your concerns of America aside, and vote. Besides, you can’t complain if you didn’t say anything…

What I will do, is break it down as follows…

Both candidates have the sympathy vote (McCain’s grandpa look and Obama’s grandmother’s recent passing).
Both candidates have a segregation card (Obama’s race and Palin’s gender).
Obama has a lack of experience, McCain has age and wisdom.
McCain has ties to Bush, Obama has history issues (how can you distance yourself from things when you’re “only” 47 years old).
McCain is “dumb” for choosing Palin, and Obama is “dumb” for not choosing Hilary.

Wow, we’re pretty backwards and picky as citizens. No wonder we’re choosing the lesser of two evils.

So go vote. It’s the most important thing you can do as a citizen.

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2 Responses to “Here We Go”

  1. […] Both candidates have a segregation card (Obama’s race and Palin ’s gender). Obama has a lack of experience, McCain has age and wisdom. McCain has ties to Bush, Obama has history issues (how can you distance yourself from things when …[Continue Reading] […]

  2. Cupcake said

    Woah woah woah woah.

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