Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Post-It Note Tuesday - Election Day

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It's Post-It Note Tuesday.
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22 comments:

The Blue Zoo said...

Dont kill me... But I have never voted. Not once. When I was younger I knew nothing about politics at all. NOTHING. So I figured I just shouldnt vote since I didnt know who or what I'd be voting for. And then as I got older I still havent. Probably because I still know NOTHING! =)

Booyah's Momma said...

Just sent in my ballot today! I do love living in a state where you get to vote by mail.

Crisc@JusKeepSmiling.com said...

Thanks for hosting =)

Katina said...

Thanks for hosting and for the reminder to vote! When I turned 18, the first thing my parents made me do was to go an vote. My father was born in 1924 and watched his family not have the opportunity to vote. He was a grown man before African-Americans could vote without the threat of being killed which is so ironic since he fought in WWII! Yes, being able to vote is a privilege! Thanks for the reminder.

Angie said...

People who don't vote seriously annoy me. Especially then when they bitch about everything that happens in government. Okay, off my soapbox... lol

Happy PINT!

Diane said...

I don't understand why anyone would not vote especially with the state our country is in right now. I'm going to exercise my right this morning.

Happy PINT! :)

June said...

Happy Tuesday!
I am headed to the polls this morning. Ward was #60 when he voted.
WI is going to be turned upside down - the people are sick of the shit and are bringing in some NEW blood.

*Hugs, Miss you beautiful!*

cfoxes33 said...

Having trouble linking up today! Sorry, but I still have my post its up!

http://cfoxes33.blogspot.com

kt moxie said...

Thanks for the voting rights history! Great stuff! I'll be voting today!

Frugal Vicki said...

I am actually filling mine out now as we speak to have the hubs mail in later today!

Annette Kerr said...

I agree with you wholeheartedly! I get really annoyed with the apathy surrounding our elections over here in the UK. We have a very poor turn out rate, and it makes me angry!

There are people the world over who would fight tooth and nail to be able to democratically elect their country's leader! Women and ethnic minorities have demonstrated over the years and successfully secured the right to vote. We owe them a debt of gratitude, and should be proud to use our vote.

:)

Annette
www.mammakerr.com

purejoy said...

i early voted and am happy to report i am actively trying to make our world a better place. so i smile more, grant grace more (just don't ask the hubs on that one) and love better. i hope.
have a blessed day!
and as always… thanks for hosting!

Shell said...

I figure if I want the right to complain, I better vote!

adrienzgirl said...

My voted! Mwah!

MsNoireBerry said...

Will definitely be out there to "Rock My Vote" today!

MommaKiss said...

Don't exercise your right to vote, you don't have a right to bitch.
'nuff said.

The Drama Mama said...

Thank you for that reminder. I think I would have totally been a Suffragette.

I'm also glad to hear things are going a bit better.

Babes Mami said...

Fight the power! ;]

Danielle said...

I mailed mine in last week. !!!!!

Liz said...

YAY for Girl Power!

Andrea (ace1028) said...

Another non-voter here this year. I'm sick, can't get there and didn't look into other options. I don't really bitch that much, tho, so I can be OK w/it this time around.

Lolidots said...

My 6 year old son was pretty upset that he couldn't vote with mom today. ;-)

I gave you a blog award on my blog! http://lolidots.com/loliblog

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