Myself, I'm going to resist the tempation to even peek at the
results until the 4th, when the Electoral Collage will
rise from its hole, and if it sees its shadow, then six more weeks
of vote counting and law suites.
I voted today and the experience wasn't the five hour ordeal I've been
led to believe it was. Nope, once it was clear that I lived in the
district (oops) the actual voting process was rather quick. In fact, there
were more people there to monitor the voters than there were voters.
And no touch screens or butterfly ballets this year—just a simple paper
ballet you fed through a machine when finished. The confetti coming out the
other end was a nice touch, I thought.
I also did the right thing and voted for Cynthia McKinney, because, you know,
she's going to win.
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