Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by Tunescribe, Nov 6, 2018.
It matters. Get your butt to the polls if you haven't already.
So what's the over/under on how long this thread will last?
I voted this morning ... wish we had more than 50% or so that they expect.
With early voting and mail in voting changes there's little excuse not to vote.
BTW is that a photo of you post voting Tune?
It's nonpartisan, so hopefully it lasts all day.
Yeah, tried to conceal part of my face to protect my identity.
Some voters vote red
Some voters vote blue
Think & decide which
But make sure that you do
Already voted here in the NY metro. Me and Mrs. Rover tossed a tiny splash of red into an ocean of blue. LOL
Your vote is meaningless in all but the rarest of elections, save for serving as a potential indicator of a possible trend. Vote if you wish, but don't worry that the republic will fall if you don't.
My friends voted my lunch choice. Lamb over rice from the halal food truck.
BB for President. State of the Union address: "It is what it is."
I was talking with a man yesterday after a round of golf and we found out that we both voted early and as it turns out we both voted exactly the same, including the 3 ballot questions.
As for weather or not a person should vote, I believe that not voting is as much a right as voting. If you don't feel that it matters to you or that neither candidate is a good choice then why vote? My wife rarely votes and I don't feel that I should force her to vote.
It's time to have the political parties swap colors again.
Some would argue the republic is in the shape it is because less than half the eligible voters show up.
Electoral politics is a bigger sham than Pro Bowl voting, the questions might be worth voting on though.
Vote, and post a selfie with your "I voted" sticker to social media....because that's never been done before..
Voted for the independent candidate in the governor race in Florida due to the election being between two absolute clowns on either side. So basically I tossed my vote down the toilet and flushed.
As we used to say back in the early 1960s:
"VOTE! Vote for the Kennedy of your choice, but vote!
Where did you get this number from?
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