Election Open Thread

I had a top five list all ready for tonight, but it’s going to have to wait till next week. The truth is, it’s election night and I am glued to the television, watching the results. 

Sticker with a peach on which is written "I'm a Georgia voter"Normally I don’t like to talk politics, but I am quietly passionate about them. I’m not going to lie, every time I vote I get a little choked up. I love participating in the democratic process, and I wear my little “Georgia Voter” sticker with pride.

Do you remember the first time you voted? Do you have anything political you have been wanting to yell from the rooftops? Do you have anything else to talk about? It’s an open thread, do what you will.

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36 thoughts on “Election Open Thread”

  1. My vagina and I are happy that Obama won. Somewhere along the way, my sister the prosecuting attorney who used to be on the board for the ACLU in Nevada, has morphed into a Tea Bagger. I want to smack her and ask her where she thinks the loans to pay for law school came from

  2. While there are a million other variables, the fact that Romney didn’t bother to write a concession speech really says volumes about him, and why we (as a country) dodged a bullet on that one. I am not by any means a Democrat nor a Republican, but… that man is clueless…

  3. Yesterday I got to hear about how only welfare users living off Obama’s evil system would vote for him and Romney would triumph. It was the worst lunch of my life, keeping my mouth shut. Now all I can hear is Cee Lo Green in my head. Singing “Fuck You.” Because I got my ass out of bed at 5 am to go wait in line and vote before I went to a job that I get no benefits at, that I bust my ass at just to pay the bills. Take that.

    Lunch is going to be fun today. I plan to insert snippets of reelection speech into my dialogue.

  4. I miss going to the poll. Washington state has gone to all absentee ballots, and it just isn’t the same. But I voted. Not that my vote makes much different when you look at the demographics of my state. But hopefully at least one of my choices will will.

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