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  • The Penultimate Wictory Wednesday

       October 20, 2004

    It's that time of year again. I can't pick up my phone without having the recorded voice of some celebrity or politician urging me to vote for the candidate of their choice. Of course, it's too late and I've voted for the candidates of my choice.

    In most places, you can still vote early, and, if you're a Democrat you can even try to vote often. But no matter when you vote, remember that you're not just voting for yourself or for your family.

    You're also voting for the men and women fighting in the War on Terror. You're voting for the Iraqis and Afghanis who are struggling to create free societies. You're voting for people everywhere who refuse to succumb to the darkness of Islamofascism. You're not, however, voting for the French. Well, that's assuming you're not voting for Kerry ;-)

    I've made a lot of cracks lately about how sick I am of the election and how tired I am of politics in general. I may be suffering from campaign fatigue, but I haven't forgotten how important this election is. And, even if I did, I'd just have to look at any of the blogs below to be reminded of everything we're voting for.


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    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: Steve S at October 20, 2004 09:38 AM

    Well said, as always.

    Sen Kerry has a new attack line: "This president likes to say he's a leader. Mr. President, look behind you. There's no one there. It's not leadership if no one follows." If its true no one is behing the President, its only because we're standing WITH HIM!

     
     
    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: Steve at October 20, 2004 03:23 PM

    From www.woodradio.com website: (10/20/04)

    Provisional Ballots
    The federal judge tells Michigan's Secretary of State that, if you get lost and show up in the wrong polling place on election day, she has to count your vote anyway as long as you're in the right city or town. This is the issue of "provisional ballots" in which Michigan's Democrats had declared their voters would be disenfranchised if our Republican Secretary of State actually required them to know where to go to vote properly. The elections workers say this court-ordered wrinkle will *cause* problems on election day. The state government already appealed this ruling.

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    Soooo.... The Michigan Democrats are calling their voters 'stupid' !!
    And..... I can vote at as many polling places as I want to...................

     
     

     

     


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