Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Baited Breath

First, if you haven't done so yet, VOTE. I know as much as it is one's right to vote, it is also one's right not to, but it you choose not to, you essentially give up your rights to complain if the elections do not go your way...or cheer if they do, in my opinion.

I voted last week on the last day of early voting, and I will honestly say that it was the first time in my many years of casting my vote that I didn't feel I was stepping on a butterfly. Nor did it feel I was voting for the "lessors of two evils".

Today though I, along with the rest, will wait. Somewhat nervously, since I don't feel that this is going to be a "landslide" victory. Time will tell.


  1. Early indications suggest tonight's gonna be fun. Landslide is a state of mind. That's a quote I just made up.

  2. Wow. I can't wait to use that somewhere in a conversation. I will accredit you, of course.

    "As my friend Stephen says..."

  3. There is a deep end, you know, and you're in it.

    (That's a compliment. I don't do subtle as well as you.)

  4. Damn.
    And I thought I was being snarky. Oh, well.


  5. I thought of a new title for your blog: "Wherever you're not, there you aren't."

    Get it?

  6. I sure have my fingers crossed! I even prayed. I'm SO nervous! Why are there commercials? This is too important for commercials!

  7. Look on the bright side...no more political commercials!

    I feel Obama will win, but it's going to be closer that originally thought.

    MSNBC just called Ohio for Obama!