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    My polling place was 2 blocks away and totally accessable by bicycle

    Not liking how the food issues are going...

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    I voted, for all the good it did me, as did my wife. It's important to exercise that right, even if you know you are going to be on the loosing end.
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    couldnt agree more... doesnt matter what side you are/were on... its about taking a stand for your beliefs. At the end of the day, we all have to figure out a way to work together and get along anyways.

    Cheers to all of us to took a part in the year's election.

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    A two-hour wait that was totally worth it.

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    I would've voted - what with all the attention this sort of thing receives. Still, there's some stipulation about having to be a US citizen that held me back. Would not have made a difference internationally, though, as according to a BBC poll there's only one country that might have disagreed with the US electorate. Guess where.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-20008687
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    Voting is a duty I always perform, though I am not always happy about the alternatives.
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    Now if only you guys in Florida could figure out how to count...

    Actually, we're still counting to figure out who our governor is in Washington. But since marijuana is now legal, no one cares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty Sharp View Post
    I would've voted - what with all the attention this sort of thing receives. Still, there's some stipulation about having to be a US citizen that held me back. Would not have made a difference internationally, though, as according to a BBC poll there's only one country that might have disagreed with the US electorate. Guess where.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-20008687
    That is an interesting graph! Obama lost his father's homeland, and Romney won the country his party would undoubtedly colonize next! How bizarre!

    Thanks for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    That is an interesting graph! Obama lost his father's homeland, and Romney won the country his party would undoubtedly colonize next! How bizarre!

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    Am I missing something? I thought Obama's father was from Kenya and it looks like a strong Obama showing there.

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