Thursday, September 04, 2008

None of the Above

The choice is obvious!

Save yourself the anguish and guilt of others knowing that you voted for the wrong one!

Wear this badge with pride.

How does it work? Go to your local polling place, vote for the candidate of your choice, and walk out leaving those morons conducting exit-polls unable to count you.

What will that accomplish, you ask? Simple. It will create inaccurate exit poll numbers that those in later time zones will see. A good portion of them will vote for the leading vote getter so that they can proudly say, "I voted for the one who won."

You might think this could be construed as tainting the election process. Perhaps, but it is a hell of a lot easier than trying to rig the votes in Florida.

Which candidate you choose to vote for is less important than how you arrived at your decision.
Did you choose your candidates because of:
  1. Party affiliation
  2. Race
  3. Gender
  4. Religion
  5. Polls
If you said yes to any of those, then your privilege to vote should be revoked.

Don't You Just Hate Political Ads?

"I'm Barack Obama and I resemble approve this message."
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Democracy or Hypocrisy?

I find it interesting to learn that because of his affair with Reille Hunter, John Edwards was not permitted to speak at the Democratic National Convention. Yet, Bill Clinton did speak!

I am shocked to see that not a single political analyst, pundit, news reporter, delegate, or member of the Democratic Party has ever known of a teenage girl pregnant out of wedlock! I wasn't aware that it was such an obscure phenomenon.

This not an endorsement, but you gotta love a hockey mom who refers to herself as a bulldog with lipstick!



Skunkfeathers said...

It would be fun to go to the polls and after voting, put on a "I Wrote In Paris Hilton" button for the exit pollsters.

But I'm getting a mail-in ballot (with 18 friggin' ballot amendments and initiatives for the state), and those are gonna take some time to sort out the value vs the chaff.

OldHorsetailSnake said...

Fortunately, Oregon gets to vote by mail so we get plenty of time to mark our ballot. Now then, where are those Dallas Cowgirls???