...unless you know what it is you are voting for.
If you live in the U.S. as a legal citizen, and are a registered voter, please go vote today.
Unless, of course, you have no idea what the issues are or who the candidates are. If that is the case, please stay home. The only more dangerous than not voting is voting blind.
Anyway, I don't care what or who you vote for, just vote. If you don't, then you don't have the right to bitch about it/them later.
Was the second person to make it to the polling place this morning about 15 minutes before it began. I'm confident in my decisions and hope that the issues are addressed. I voted for the folks who best represent my views that were running.
Though, I am of the opinion that church and state need to be separated, but that's just me. Needless to say, I did not vote for Mr. Santorum.
"Morbo congratulates our gargantuan cyborg president. May death come swiftly to his enemies."
Of course my favorite gargantuan cyborg governor isn't going any farther without a constitutional amendment. *sigh* ;^)
Even if you do not know enough about the candidates to vote, I suggest you go anyway and just vote for the local issues (mostly taxes, school issues, etc) these issues affect you greatly and the local community also.
True. Vote for what you do know. It is usually fine to leave a spot blank if you want. I voted today. I didn't know about all the judge retentions, but I knew most everything else.
I'm waiting for Cthulhu to be in the running.
Why vote for a lesser evil?