For those of you who have voted already...

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Sklar, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. Sklar

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    A couple questions for you:

    1) Do you fell a sense of relief now that you voted?

    2) Now that you voted, don't you wish the election would just go away? lol

    To answer my own questions:

    1) Yes, a sense of real relief. No more pressure. It's done and over with.

    2) I now no longer want to see any election coverage on TV. I just want to (drum role please) move on!

    Sklar
     
  2. D_Bob_Crotchitch

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    I grew sick of the election coverage a long time ago. When it became apparent that neither candidate was truly qualified to lead this country through the coming nightmare, I knew it was time to tighten the belt. I wonder if humans can live off of grass clippings?
     
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    1) yes
    2) yes
     
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    1) Yes, to a point my part is done. But, with so many folks talking about voting one way just so the other person does not win instead for voting for someone or something they believe in has me concerned.

    2) Just tell me who the winner is, so I can start the crying already. SEE Hootie's Comments.
     
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    We haven't voted yet.
    But I can't wait to vote for
    Ralph Naser!
    cigarbabe:sasmokin:
     
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    No. I haven't experienced any anxiety over this at all. I've know since the primary who I was voting for. It's just another day for me.

    Yes, I'm ready for it to be over. 3 days and counting.

    Why so conflicted leading up to your vote? I find that people who are the most conflicted know who they SHOULD vote for, but struggle with justifying a vote for who they WANT to vote for. It's good that you crossed over that threshhold.


    I agree.
     
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