Sunday, October 22, 2006


The Democrats will most likely be taking over again, if not the Senate then certainly Congress. But let's not get too giddy or complacent yet.
If there's early voting in your area- grab it.
If not, be sure to make time to vote on election day.
After years of just saying fuck you to the GOP, this is finally the time to actually start fucking them back.
Go get 'em, readers.

8 comments: said...

I prefer to refer to it as "Stickin It To The Man."

Trish said...

There's an article on the front of the Houston Chronicle today that says the governor's race is basically Perry's to lose. I will certainly be one of the ones celebrating when he does, whether it's to Kinky or Chris Bell.

Lulu Maude said...

According to Greg Palast's Armed Madhouse, absentee ballots are very vulnerable in Republican dominated states. Perhaps Texans should check this out.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Diebold changed all that.
Owned by a vocal and blatant Republican, he as much as promised Florida to Bush in 2000 and Ohio to Bush in 2004.
When you have the guy who owns the highly hackable machines boldly proclaiming the outcome of two national elections, a handful of paper ballots in Texas doesn't amount to diddly squat.

Wait till Nancy Pelosi gets her hands on the Speaker of the House gavel.
Nuts will be cracked. said...

yeah...gotta lot of respect for Mrs. Pelosi...I caught the interview she did on one of the Sunday Night news didn't pull any punches and is indeed tough as nails.

The interviewer tried to bait her around and play softball, but Nancy played right through it and didn't give an inch.

There will be days to be rued, for certain.

nobody's fool said...

We've already voted absentee. That way, we know our vote is counted.

Lulu Maude said...

Sorry. You DON'T know if your vote is counted.

Read Armed Madhouse by Great Palast! The section on uncounted votes is huge.

Karen Zipdrive said...

They're gonna have to not count a hell of a lotta votes for those slimy GOP bastards to stay in office.
Even the diehard GOP people in my office are saying, "We've been in power long enough, we need a change."
How generous of them, eh?