How I Voted

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By John Hubbuch

In order to avoid long early voter lines, I just voted at the Oak Park Conservatory. There were only 5 in line. I went with the old paper ballot. I like connecting the arrows. I voted for Barack because I think he's a cool guy, and I can tell my grandchildren that I voted for the first African-African  president who was a Muslim Socialist.I can also argue that I am not a racist, which is good. Plus  Romney reminds me of Judge Smails from Caddy Shack. What a tool.                  

I wanted to voted against all the Democrat candidates for state and county offices, but most of them ran unopposed, which might be part of the problem. Duh. Plus I don't want to encourage these hackers.   I went with the Green Party candidates for Water Reclamation. Seems kind of obvious.                     

I forgot my list of "bad" judges, so I voted "No" on all of them. My apologies to the good ones if there were any. Maybe they should be appointed. I must admit I felt kind of like Danton or Robespiere going all anarchial on the judicial system. 

I voted "Yes" on being informed about fracking whatever it is. And "No" on changing the Illinois Constitution . If the pols are for amending, I'm against it.                                   

All in all I had a pretty good time considering that my vote this morning was utterly meaningless.                                

 

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Deficit Financing  

Posted: November 21st, 2012 10:27 AM

You voted for Obama because he is "cool." Be sure to remind your kids of that when they are arrested rioting in the streets a la a Greece when the bills come due from the party the "cool guy" kept going at their expense. Can you say QE4?

Dave Coulter  

Posted: November 6th, 2012 3:06 PM

I do the same when voting for judges :)

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