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A brief political interlude

Bitch PhD pretty well sums up how I feel about today’s primary choices.

To those of you who live in states that have primaries or caucuses today, please go out and make your voice heard.

Even if you’re not quite sure who to vote for.

Comments

  1. #1 Becca
    February 5, 2008

    I posted over at bitchphd too but…
    My basic thought is that if it’s a hard choice because you like them both (even if they are imperfect), that’s a really good sign.

  2. #2 Jennie
    February 5, 2008

    Oh that reminds me! I need to look up where to vote. I’m living in the Midwest but am still a resident of East Coast State. It just happens that I’m still here in East Coast state. I hope my polling place is biking distance and that the rain waits for me to get there and back.

  3. #3 Field Notes
    February 5, 2008

    I’m in WA state where we have both primaries and a caucus. It is confusing. And ‘they’ say that votes in the D primary don’t really count because it’s the caucus that matters so I am tempted to vote in the R one so that Mittens doesn’t get any help. I find him totally appalling. I couldn’t stand his smarmy *ss when he got elected gov. in MA. I would be very sad if we all got stuck with him as our next Pres. I so hope we at least get somebody who isn’t a disaster.

  4. #4 Lisa
    February 5, 2008

    I was also undecided and spent most of my day deciding who to vote for. Now I’m flooded in and can’t possibly get to the polls! I guess I should’ve gone this morning, but I didn’t know there would be so much rain :(

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