I have voted, and I have been wearing a hat that reads "Flush the Turd on November 3rd" and a T-shirt that says "Won't you shut up, man" "Biden 2020." In the office I am the "on-line-survey" platform guy. To assist a researcher I sent out an online survey to state election directors, an unexpected email asking them to click on a link and complete a survey. I am glad to report that the security experts they are working with have instructed them to NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS. (Opening attachments and clicking on unknown links are the leading ways of having your computer system compromised.) They are taking security seriously, making it not a good time to try to survey them.
As members of a society, it is our obligation to make choices and vote. Many years ago, I got busy one gubernatorial election and didn't vote, I spent the next four years suppressing my grumbles by reminding myself I hadn't voted for or against the idiot in charge. Any time I am tempted to not vote, I remind myself of that missed vote.
This is a critical election. If you are in the USA, vote, drag a friend along, one under each arm if you can and have them vote. If we win, we will have four years of defending our choice, if we don't, we will be entitled to say I voted against the @$$#0!& for the next four years. I can't control the outcome, but I can control my contribution.
Together we can make a difference.
I will leave deeper political commentary to others.
Have you voted?
Yep. I was surprised by how early mine came. They have been back three weeks ago.ReplyDelete
Biden best win. I want more than the entitlement to say I voted against the @*&#@. If he wins...another four year...the US is cooked. Life will not return, and this country ,,,I shutter to even think.......
We are fierce, we are survivors.Delete
HELL YEAH! spouse and I received our acceptance e-mails from the county board of elections last saturday.ReplyDelete
We are on the way to more early votes, than votes were cast 4 years ago.Delete
last stat I saw, over 50M+ have voted early this year.Delete
I would if I could. A question if I may. Do you know anyone who has surprised you by being a supporter and voter for #45? I read today of one large Democrat voting family where a son around 45 years old has gone rogue and become a COVID denier and #45 voter. He rants about the evil Democrats.ReplyDelete
I haven't had any surprises, I usually know who the nutcases are. I know some deeply divided families.Delete
I dread the consequences of #45 being re-elected, Winning back the Senate may be our salvation if he does get a second term.ReplyDelete
I am almost afraid to watchDelete
I voted two weeks ago, and I hope all this early voting is a good sign for Blue.ReplyDelete
I have voted as have my close circle of friends and most of my co-workers. I've been seeing some numbers for early voters and it looks like increase in participation! I hope that's a good sign.ReplyDelete
I am hopeful that people are voting early as they are ready for change.Delete
We voted this morning. Absentee ballots, but we delivered them to a polling site that opened this morning at 9. The line was amazingly long to vote (we had no wait, since we were just dropping off.) Traditionally, a heavier turnout favors democrats, so this is promising.ReplyDelete
We voted early, waited 2.25 hours in line, worth every minute of it.Delete
We voted last week or so; it went quite smoothly. Let us hope it makes a difference.ReplyDelete