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Special political campaign edition

Because we all have so very much respect for our Elected Leaders and the Hallowed Democratic Process that produces them … herewith a special election day political campaign edition of the blog.

Vote early and often. For only with Your Participation can we continue to enjoy the Benefits of Freedom brought to us by The Honored Men and Women Who Service Serve Us So Well..


  1. -S
    -S November 2, 2010 5:00 am

    What happens when a citizen openly carries a firearm to the voting place?

    It depends on what else they wear:

  2. Brogan
    Brogan November 2, 2010 9:12 am

    Hey All,
    Just some food for thought on this fine election day. Is a campaign promise an Oral or Verbal contract? And if said promise is broken is that a breach of contract and can we sue? If not, what is a campaign promise and how can we make the politicians keep their promises?

  3. Scott
    Scott November 2, 2010 9:15 am

    While it can be bad here, across the planet, it’s the same, or worse-anywhere,anywhen. Usually worse. On the upside, I’ve always thought it a miracle that we haven’t had a full-scale nuclear war, considering the number of loonies that have nukes, or soon will.
    I’m going to guess that throughout the planet’s history, most people realize what any politicians true nature is…

  4. Claire
    Claire November 2, 2010 8:08 pm

    Ya know … politicians may be scum and the entire electoral process rotten to its shriveled, immoral little core. But (I’m writing this on Tuesday evening, just after polls have closed here on the West coast) politics is still the best game in the world. Beats the hell out of the World Series, the SuperBowl, the Stanley Cup, the America’s Cup and whatever else you got.

    Now back to clicking on Real Clear Politics and Politico …

    (Bad Joe Sestak may pull out of his tailspin. Oh no. Feingold’s gone. How weird! Murray and Rossi duke it out in one of the evening’s late battles …)

  5. naturegirl
    naturegirl November 2, 2010 8:33 pm

    I wish I had more faith in Nevada voters…..I still don’t think a sizeable chunk of them realize how much their vote (or lack of voting) ripples across the whole USA…….

  6. Kevin Wilmeth
    Kevin Wilmeth November 2, 2010 9:03 pm

    Thanks for the plug, Claire.

    Naturally, Wendy McElroy made the same point, but much better than I ever could. 🙂

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