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    US Citizen? Vote Today!

    It's November 7th. If you are registered, and legally entitled to vote, exercise your civic right/duty/responsibility/privilege and go VOTE!

    If you don't use it, we'll lose it.

    Agent Smith was right!: "I hate this place. This zoo. This prison. This reality, whatever you want to call it, I can't stand it any longer. It's the smell! If there is such a thing. I feel saturated by it. I can taste your stink and every time I do, I fear that I've somehow been infected by it."

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    Already voted this morning at 6:30am

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdman2584
    Already voted this morning at 6:30am
    I hope it was for the RIGHT side

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    The important thing here is not about who you are voting for, but rather that you voted. And if you did that then you are better than most americans and it gives you permission to complain until the next election. So if you havent voted bounce on over to your polling station.

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    I plan on voting a straight ticket of republican later.

    -Jeff
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    To Jeff:

    Bush begins his speech to open the Olympic Games. He looks at his paper and says:
    - Oooooo! Oooooo! Oooooo! Oooooo! Oooooo!
    An aide comes over and whispers:
    Mr. President, these are the Olympic rings. Your speech is below.

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    I just went and cast my ballot and whatnot.

    Extremely angry at the Democratic party here in Indianapolis. There's a candidate named Julia Carson. I went and voted for her retirement today. The really only bad thing she could say about her Republican opponent is that he was a wife beater. Yet he isn't one. There was a incident where there was a lot of yelling at his house and whatnot but no charges were ever pressed and his wife wrote to the Police Station saying she wasn't going to press charges because her husband had never hit her and she was angry that they tried putting that kind of spin on it.

    Even still she's reaching for the stars on this one.

    The Democrats here in Indianapolis in general seem to be running a lot more smear campaigns that I remember in the past. The Republicans on the other hand are barely trying to bash the Democrats at all.

    Democrats around here seem to be total @$$holes and there's no way I'd ever vote for one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainMooseInc
    I plan on voting a straight ticket of republican later.

    -Jeff
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