Tuesday, November 6, 2012

I Voted For My Country




I just arrived home from my polling station.

I have to tell you, I felt excited when I cast my vote!

It’s such a blessing living in this country, where courageous men and women defend our rights and freedoms.

If you haven’t voted, please, make sure that you do. If you aren’t registered, please register. You may not be able to vote this year, but you will be able to vote in future elections, and trust me, they are important. YOUR vote, and voice, is important.  

Some say it’s a duty to vote.

I believe it’s an honor.



Monday, August 27, 2012

A Sock Full Of Popcorn Over Obama




My husband and I are always complaining that WE aren’t ever involved in any of the polling that we hear about on the news.

Well, the other day I answered the phone and someone on the other end requested my husband. I asked who was calling, lo and behold, it was someone polling for the Obama Administration. I handed the phone to my husband saying, “Oh you’ll want this call!”



According to my husband, the conversation went like so:



Pollster: Will you be voting for President Obama this election?

My Husband: There’s no way in hell.

Pollster: So I can put you down for Obama then?

My Husband: I said no way. As a matter of fact, I would vote for a sock full of popcorn before I voted for Obama.

Pollster: I don’t think you can vote for a sock full of popcorn.

My Husband: I’ll write it in.


I have no idea what the pollster actually marked considering he didn’t take the first NO my husband told him, which makes me totally suspect of the polls the media spews.

 I believe I’ll ignore the polls and wait until the night of the election to see who the winner will be and if it’s a sock full of popcorn, we’ll know my husband was the deciding vote.
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