Tuesday, November 07, 2006

too excited to blog...



I had to vote by absentee ballot, so I didn't get the thrill of going to an actual voting booth. But I'm too excited to blog, study, write, eat, anything! At the risk of looking silly tomorrow, I'm going to come out and say this election might actually go well... we might all somehow manage to send a message to the powers that be that, well, they suck. Are you with me? Have you voted yet?

**Image thanks to http://www.mixunit.com/voteordiekslay.html **


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15 comments:

meesh said...

Whoo-hoo! I am also cautiously excited about this election. I hope, I hope, I hope, the people get out there and fill in the boxes, punch the chads...whatever and tell this administration they SUCK. Oh, and I went and voted on my lunch break today. I sacrificed my mid-day meal here, people! ;)

The Mumbai Vegan said...

well I'll now be able to vote finally, now that I'm back in mumbai.. :-)

in btw, I added the description that u wanted..

trac said...

I voted around 10 this morning and the place was hopping. I hope there is a great turnout! I am trying not to be too optimistic because I remember how I felt the day after in 2000 and 2004 but my fingers are crossed!

Ben Kaelan said...

Vote vote vote!! I'm canadian but trust me... everyone across the world wants you guys to vote and send a message for the rest of us :)

Urban Vegan said...

i'm so nervous....

Ruthie said...

I added you to my "Voting Bloggers" list.

Peace!!!!! : )

Candi said...

*crosses fingers*

Oh and look! You made a voting bloggers list for posting about it!! :)

Jackie said...

As ben says non-US citizens are holding thumbs that everyone votes to show what they think. Enough is enough.

Looks better this time as many people appear to be making the effort to go and vote :)

Emmy said...

We voted by absentee ballot too :) Luckily in Michigan, Proposal 3 did not pass. It was a proposal that wanted to allow the hunting of mourning doves.

Vicki said...

TOTALLY with you, Bazu! :o)

Nikki said...

I voted before I went to work yesterday. Not at all surprised by the results but amazed at turnout! Seems much higher than 04!

I am very disappointed Question 1 didn't pass here in MA (selling wine at grocery stores) only because it would make my life so much easier. And Trader Joe's has a great selection...but I have to go way out of my way to get to a alcohol selling TJs.

Paulie said...

On behalf of everybody I know, and conveying the general consensus of public opinion in the UK, well done to everyone that voted! Awesome result!!!!

Now all we have to do is vote out Tony Blair, then we can set about undoing the mess he and his party have created over the past few years.

wheresmymind said...

I'm super upset #1 here in MA didn't pass as well :Z

Candi said...

I came by to see those pumpkin pancakes. LOL! I read that you made them and even photographed them! :P I'll be back tomorrow to check...not to pressure you or anything... Lol!!

Hope you're doing well!! :)

Kris said...

I'm actually feeling a little optimistic about the future. How weird, after 6 years of not!

"America, now with less suckage!"