November 6, 2006


by Chris Randall

While matters politic are far outside the pervue of this blog, I'd like to state for the record that tomorrow is Election Day here in the United States. It would be really, really cool if, for a change of pace, we took the time to vote for someone that wasn't a complete fucking asstard. (In my mind, "asstard" is synonymous with "republican," but I won't foist my political leanings on you at this juncture.)

So, go vote, for fuck's sake. If you don't, you automatically voted for the winner, and lose the right to whine about shit.



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Nov.06.2006 @ 7:59 PM
I just don't understand the people of my country. How did that retard/theif/murderer/liar get elected president twice? Why is he not in prison? My God I hope we get it right this time! I'm not the biggest fan of the Democratic party, or any career politician for that matter. But please, for fucks sake, lets vote those republican bastards out of office before they do anything more to ruin our country!

Nov.06.2006 @ 8:28 PM
Dave McAnally
"When DD is elected,finally we will see oil prices going back downn to 10bucks a barrel,world peace and nicol richy eating."

Or all the way up to $900,000US per barrell


Nov.06.2006 @ 11:45 PM
Iran? Syria? Not a problem. OK. You need tax cuts? I can order them from Congress. You need a war and you have $300 billion? I can order it! He he he. Ok. Not a problem.

Nov.06.2006 @ 11:52 PM
"Iran? Syria? Not a problem. OK. You need tax cuts? I can order them from Congress. You need a war and you have $300 billion? I can order it! He he he. Ok. Not a problem."

this should make you feel better

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Nov.07.2006 @ 12:36 AM
I sent in my absentee ballot last week even though all the choices disgusted me.

My only regret regarding the last POTUS election was that I could not get a certain vendor to ship me a tshirt that said "I bet you vote next time hippie". Oh yeah, I also kida regret that neither party offered up someone I wanted to vote for. Sure does suck to vote against someone and end up voting for incumbants. Better luck next time hippies.


Nov.07.2006 @ 1:41 AM
oh greg palast. i'm gonna hurl.

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Nov.07.2006 @ 4:28 AM
I'm in the UK, so good luck to y'all...I was listening to the radio in the car this morning and they were doing a broadcast from a marginal state. The people they were interviewing were mainly republicans. The level of self delusion over Iraq is baffling and scary...time after time people (one of them a nun) were saying "Iraq attacked us....we have a right to defend our county...blah de fucking blah..." totally oblivious to the fact the Iraq had fuck all to do with 9/11...oh well, we hjave Blar for our sins

Nov.07.2006 @ 4:30 AM
ahem: "we have Blair for our sins"...

Nov.07.2006 @ 9:12 AM
Downpressor, you are highly commended for sending that vote in from
Tokyo, especially since it impacts a Texas district, am I not correct? Thanks to NHK and Fujisankei, you certainly have a clearer sense of what's going on than many here in the States, as 'plau' pointed out from across the other pond. I don't quite understand your reference to hippies, since voter apathy was widespread across the spectrum over the past two cycles...and unless you're referring to a fresh crop of slacking shonen, just about all the original hippies are responsible, tax-paying, voting parents (if not grandparents) these days...Woodstock, NY is almost Stepfordian these days in its well-orderedness, and is more like a miniature Kamakura-city than a Venice Beach.
ja mata ne...

Nov.07.2006 @ 11:14 AM
Here's a really clear, easy to understand voting guide for the california elections (sorry eveyone else). This thing is hooking people up:

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