Vote Gawddammit!!



Hey all you people out there need to go vote tomorrow–especially you 18-30 year olds.  Every year you bitches cop out, get all lazy, and stay home.  Don’t be fags.  Get the fuck out and vote tomorrow.  Do you people realize how lucky we are that we don’t have to do shit to vote.  We are born with the right to vote.  All throughout history people have been fighting for the right to vote, and we live in a time where we get it as a birthright.  This is one of the most important things you can do, so don’t fuck it up.

Also you women out there are getting pretty lazy too.  I mean how can you get disenfranchised when you have only had suffrage for 88 years.  Not even a whole century and yet I hear about so many women who don’t vote, and aren’t even registered.  Seriously if you don’t vote then you have no reason to complain for the next 4 years.  One more thing if you’re voting for Nader do yourself a favor and tie a millstone to your next and jump into a large body of water.  If you’re voting for McCain the election has been moved to November 11.  To find a polling station near you go here.

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~ by Perpetual Memory Loss on November 4, 2008.

12 Responses to “Vote Gawddammit!!”

  1. “If you’re voting for McCain the election has been moved to November 11.”

    hahaha! Yes! I love it. Use his own rat-bastard tactics against him.

    VOTE! Please, Generation Y, go effing vote tomorrow. Just go. Vote.

  2. I can’t vote, something about a grandfather clause.

  3. @ Mahliska – Thanks for stopping by, and checking out my blogski. Come back again.

    @Lidskid – is it because you’re a frog?

  4. Done and done! I’m reppin the fem’s and the 18-30 bitches!!

  5. Sorry dude, had to vote for the Turd Sandwich… thought about casting a ballot for a Giant Douche though…

  6. @aaron – haha it looks like my ruse about the election date being changed didn’t work. I would have gotten away with it too if it wasn’t for those meddling kids. In all honesty though I’m glad you voted nothing worse than people not exercising their rights.

  7. i was going to vote for nader but thanks for swinging my vote the other way hahahaha

  8. @Perpetual Memory Loss

    As long as people vote, I am happy. Either we are going to be Super Fucked or Really Really Fucked… that should have been the two choices. You decide what is worse 😉

  9. @aaron – well the way I see it if McCain gets elected, and subsequently dies, and Palin become president, then we are all Really Really Super Dooper Fucked.

  10. @Perpetual Memory Loss

    Palin was a terrible pick. If he had chose anyone else, it would have been a landslide in his favor. I understand that he was trying scoop up the Hillary votes, but that was not the way to do it.

    I sort of have a problem with Republican’s in general. The party does not even seem to be conservative anymore. What happened to smaller government, less government spending, and being less involvement in the market place. For fuck sake, SO MANY Republicans, including McCain and Porter voted for the bailout. I know they were trying to save their asses during the election season and do the popular thing, but no true conservative would have ever voted for a 700 billion dollar bailout.

    The problems I have with Obama include:

    He has promised people things that he (or anyone) cannot deliver in 4 or even 8 years of being the President. He is essentially selling vapors. There are so many people voting for the “trendiness” of it and do not know a single thing the guy stands for.

    As much as it has been said and how retarded it sounds, he has surrounded himself with some shady people and has not adequately explained the relationships.

    His tax plan, as it stands now, will fuck up the economy. He is going to raise taxes. Yes, 95% of the people out there will get a “tax break”, but all and more of that “tax break” will be used on higher prices. Almost every place that we make purchases will have to raise their prices to offset the increase in taxes. The only good thing is his tax policy has changed so many times within just the campaign, by the time it is implemented, it will be a far more neutral than the first draft.

  11. so whatever.

  12. I think you’re right that this election would have been much different had McCain picked someone like Ridge, and if he had run a more moderate campaign instead of trying to appeal to the religious right.

    The Republicans in general can no longer be called conservatives. They are just as liberal as the liberals. Government is now as big as it has ever been, spending and debt are higher than ever, they have impinged on the individual rights of the citizens, and their foreign policy is in no way modest. They are also so concerned about the religious right that they have ostracized most of the moderates in their party. I hope they get their shit together because true Burkeian conservatism is a good thing, and something that I particularly like.

    I think most of the plans that both sides have proposed are fairly terrible, and when anything is passed it will be completely different and less ambitious than anything they are proposing now.

    My one big worry about McCain is his warmongering. I really think he wants to throw down with Iran, and our military is already stretched thin. As far as Obama goes my big worry is that he will be completely ineffective, and we will be exactly where we are now 4 years from now.

    I guess we will see in 4 years. I hope I still have this blog going then haha.

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