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the elections


Here is what is looked like on my neck of the woods. despite how long it looks the line was not really so bad we only waited in line for about 20 min. I voted for the Maverick and yes on 102. 102 passed but unlike the 17 polled on my blog that showed McCain winning by a land slide. He didn't pull it off. I voted for him because experience I think our country needs someone who know what they're doing in the white house. The rest of the country doesn't think so I guess. 

I don't like to to think I'm against Obama. I don't hate him or really anything he's done. For most of the election I like him. I don't really have a reason to not trust him. I hope he does of a great job of turning the country around and we are all better for it. 

Now this doesn't mean I'm not going to double up on the food storage and ammo. You never know what could be coming. It could be really good or really bad.

Comments

paula said…
I'm not too thrilled with Obama either. He will have to prove himself to me. A lot of people have very high expetations of him. It will not be easy for him to try and make everyone happy. I'm fairly certain those of us in the middle may be among the unhappy ones as life gets more expensive. I agree, stock up on the food storage.
Michael said…
Yeah... elections are done. I wish California would realize that, though.

I think you probably went at a different time than we went. We were there at 4:30pm and the line didn't even go all the way out the door of that smelly room. 10 minutes in and out.

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