I voted before class this morning by dropping off my completed mail-in ballot at my assigned polling place. Got my “I Voted” sticker. Technically, I can drop the ballot off at any polling place in Los Angeles County. But I chose to go to my assigned polling place just in case. It’s only 0.8 mi away, so it was a nice walk. It was at a nice church, and I passed a lot of interesting businesses along the way– including a small mom & pop type of computer store. If I had more time, I’d drop in and check it out. Looking through the door, it looked like they had tons of semi-old computer stuff.
Barack Hussein Obama is going to win California. Your vote is not going to change the outcome. However, voting for Chuck Baldwin will make a difference because each vote for him makes a serious difference. Though he’s a write-in candidate, every vote will be counted. He’s an official write-in candidate, confirmed by the CA Secretary of State.
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Was considering Ralph Nader / Matt Gonzales, but now I’m decided: Continue reading
On the way back to my apartment, I was listening to AM 740, “K-Bright” KBRT. Today is September 11, 2008. They had a special feature in which they recounted the events of September 11, 2001. As they talked about plane crashes, the actions of the FAA, the buildings collapsing… tears welled up in my eyes. But no tears fell yet.