Voting

Tomorrow is Super Duper mcWhopper Tuesday in California and the states. And I don’t know who I’m voting for in the presidential primary. I formerly was an Edwards supporter — I can’t resist those populist messages. Now that he has dropped out, I don’t know which Democrat to support (it goes without saying that I’ve never voted Republican, and I would never vote for John “Stay in Iraq for 100 Years” McCain). But between Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton — geez I don’t know.

But, I will get out the vote. I have 24 hours to figure it out!

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8 Responses to Voting

  1. Andi says:

    I’m considering having “GObama!” tattooed on my person somewhere in the coming weeks. So I suppose you now know my preference. 😉

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  2. LK says:

    Tee hee. I’m glad I didn’t get an GOJohn Edwards tattoo.I guess the good news for me is, I feel I could support either candidate who gets nominated!

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  3. Dorothy W. says:

    I’m excited that my vote will actually mean something — this often isn’t the case. I only made up my mind recently (Obama), but I’ll be happy to vote for either one in the general election.

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  4. Yogamum says:

    I’m in the same boat, but leaning towards Obama.

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  5. I voted by absentee last week and have been waiting for today to come to see which direction things would go. 🙂

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  6. Danielle says:

    My the time I get to vote things might already have been decided, so I’ve just been sitting on the sidelines watching. I’m at least happy with both choices.

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  7. Stefanie says:

    I was leaning towards Edwards and then he dropped out so I voted for Obama last night. Apparently lots of other people in MN did too because he got most of my state’s delegates.

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  8. Tai says:

    That is exactly how I felt last Tuesday. Up until the moment I walked into the voting booth I didn’t know who I would cast my vote for–Obama or Clinton. Then, when I saw their names on the ballot, I knew.

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