Monday, November 3, 2008

Okay then

Not to scare anybody by being all political, but I'd just like to remind all of you that tomorrow is a very important day. Vote. Even if you never have before, make sure you're registered and go out and excercise that right that so many people are still fighting to have. Vote! I don't care who you vote for (well, all right, I do but that's besides the point)just go and stand in that line and put your little x's or whatever in those boxes on that ballot. We can not expect a change in this country until we, the American People, vote for that change. Oh, and if you don't vote then don't bitch about the state of our country to me because in my opinion, you have lost the right to do that when you neglected to vote. You didn't want to have a say so therefore you don't have a say.I'm sorry if this offends anyone, but that's the way it is.

Me, I'm voting for Obama. Neither one of our candidates are perfect, and we can hardly expect them to be, but Obama, well...he's someone worth getting behind. He's someone I feel that I can believe in and someone I can trust to lead our country out of this giant hole that the Bush Administration has buried us under. He's got ideas and he wants a change, and best of all...he comes from Middle Class America so he knows what it's like to have three kids and not enough money to feed them because the jobs are scarce.

So yeah, whoever you want to vote for, just go and do it! Stop talking about voting and VOTE!


Here's hoping that there will be a change in our country for the better. Here's hoping that over the next four years this land will be a better place to bring children into.

Here's hoping.


yarnpiggy said...

Amen to that. I'd vote if I could, honestly. :-)

Canucks for Obama!!!

Anonymous said...

Fucking Canadians...



teabird said...

I voted already - the lines weren't bad when my husband and I got there (20 ahead of us), but by the time we left, the lines were nearly out the door.
We do need a change. Obama is the change. After the last 8 years, nothing short of having to vote at gunpoint would make me vote for anyone responsible for this horrible mess -
fingers crossed, fingers crossed.

elaines630 said...

I voted this morning! I got up extra early and waited in line for over an hour. But it was so worth it!!! Whoo Obama!!