Election Day!

November 4, 2008 at 9:26 pm 3 comments

Woohoo! We’ve finally made it to the big day. Here’s my hopes for today:

1. May there be no voter suppression — everyone deserves a chance to vote.
2. May the voting machines work correctly — if I vote for Obama, I want my vote to count for him, not McCain or someone else.
3. May the poll workers have a sense of duty and a sense of humor — lines are going to be long and patience will be tested.
4. May the voters vote with their hearts and minds, and not with their fear or prejudices.
5. May Obama win by a large enough margin that this time the election can’t be stolen — remember 2000? How about 2004?
6. May the democratic process work today and put the best man (Obama) in office.

Good luck to us all.


Entry filed under: Politics.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. tsladeche  |  November 5, 2008 at 3:54 am

    this election is fantastic, I see on the news HUGE lines, some are over 3 hours wait time! this election means alot to everyone!
    Who do you want to vote for, both candidates propose change but which change is better?
    vote at http://utahchemicalengineering.wordpress.com/2008/11/04/the-election/

  • 2. William  |  November 5, 2008 at 11:10 am

    The best has happened. Happy-dance!

  • 3. Jean  |  November 6, 2008 at 11:29 am

    WE DID IT! The world is celebrating with us! Hopefully, we can now bring our corporations back in line and give them more incentives to keep OUR jobs HERE in the U.S.! If India wants jobs then let India create them doggonit. U.S. corporations should be hiring U.S. citizens. If we don’t have jobs we have no economy.

    At least for 4 years there will be no wars based on lies. Our soldiers will know that if we have to send them to war, that it will not be over oil or to settle family humiliations.

    At least for 4 years we will not be put on terrorist watch lists just because we have a different opinion than that of our government.

    At least for 4 years education will be funded.

    Hopefully, soon every person will be covered by either their own insurance, their job’s insurance or a National health insurance.

    I am damned proud of the majority of us today. damned proud.


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