Monday, November 03, 2008

If You

Do not vote tomorrow, then any political argument we have over the next four years, you automatically lose.

Anonymous (non-voter): "I think that we should take a closer look at the progressive tax system and entitlements such as Medicare and Social Security. I'm worried about the next generation and their ability to pay off the mounting debt."

Me (voter): "Well, you didn't vote, so STFU! The moon is made of cheese $#^$#&^%$%&^^*&^$%#$%@#!"


Bubba the Hutt said...

Now by "voting" do you mean that I have to pick a candidate and/or mark yes/no on props, etc, or can I just stand in my booth for ten minutes and draw pictures of ill-tempered sea bass with frickin' laser beams on their heads?

As long as I turn my ballot in to the machine it should count, right?

PassTheChips said...

Standing in a booth counts. If you use one of the old school voting machines with levers, your opinion counts 1.25x more than a person that uses a paper ballot.

John said...

I plan on voting twice (only one time with a lever). Therefore my opinion counts 2.25x more than the average voter.

ZippityDoDaw said...

My ballot was dropped into a bin labeled 3. I asked what was up with that. Oh our scanner is down, we will scan all of the ballots in at the end of the night. Nice! Hurray for my Vote!