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November 7, 2006

Ah, voter frustration.

I was on my high and mighty horse, with the full intention of NOT voting for Ric Keller. His campaign was moronic, his ads insulted the intelligence of the voters (though the ads that WEREN’T from his campaign, but were in favor of him anyway, were quite good) and I was going to pointedly not vote for him (as much as I like Charlie Stuart as a person, I wasn’t going to vote for him either, because of his politics. I was going to write in Bill Hufford or John Stemberger because I both like them and admire their politics. With Keller, I think he’s slime even if I do agree with his politics… say, is that libel? Or since I can back up the slime assertion, is that okay????).

So I make my way through the driving rain to cast my unvote for Keller and mostly reluctant votes for the other republicans (I don’t like many of them, either, with the exception of Katherine Harris, whom I do like and will probably lose)…

… and Keller isn’t on my ballot. I’m not in his district.

Righteousness belongs to the Lord; self-righteousness is doomed to fail.


9 Comments leave one →
  1. Sherlock permalink
    November 8, 2006 9:36 am

    double sigh.

  2. damaris permalink
    November 9, 2006 9:59 am least you voted. i did too but i see we didn’t do any good…

  3. Sherlock permalink
    November 13, 2006 12:13 pm

    perks for being on crutches,1. beating up siblings with crutches2. mom makes you your nachos and serves them3. plenty of time to blog(two posts in one day)4. crutches are fun to swing on

  4. Rob permalink
    November 14, 2006 10:12 am

    How well I remember. I was on crutches for two years – 7 and 8 years old.Things unfun being on crutches:1. Kids claiming you’re faking.2. Kids stealing your crutches.3. Calusses under your arms.4. No playing for two years.5. Swimming a lot, but in cold water…My prayers are with you, Sherlock (even if you are FAKING!)

  5. Sherlock permalink
    November 14, 2006 5:14 pm

    lol…how did you survive? and i’m complaining about 5-7 days…

  6. Rob permalink
    November 15, 2006 8:51 am

    Bitterly.I couldn’t do anything so I read the Library.Which sheds some light on my present occupation, doesn’t it?

  7. Sherlock permalink
    November 15, 2006 9:19 am

    hahaha, i’ve already read montverdes entire library twice so i’m just gonna get alot of stuff from books by mail.yes it does. did you start reading comics cuz’ of crutches?

  8. Rob permalink
    November 16, 2006 9:45 am

    I started ready comics, the newspaper, every magazine in the house, cereal boxes, dictionaries, phonebooks….Actually, comics came from when I was sick my Dad would pick up a couple comics for me on his way home from work. That’s probably why I like them so much. There’s an emotional connection to my Dad thinking of me.

  9. Sherlock permalink
    November 16, 2006 6:58 pm

    haha, the other day i got a comic book/ graphic novel, it was the essentail origanal spider-man, the first 20 comics! then i got Fantastic Four, but i didn’t like it, spiderman is tolerabley hokey, but fantastic four?! they fly in a bathtub…that’s really cool.

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