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James Mar
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My vote is more important than your vote.

My vote is more important than your vote.  I'm not saying that because it's true even though that's how I feel.  I'm just saying that to generate more views.

Yeah, I voted.  That means, if I'm to believe all that patriotic stuff that America hypes up to me, I changed the world.    Darn, I feel so empowered.  My vote made a difference.  I rocked my vote.

This election, the best thing won't be about who wins or who loses.  Us voters; we the people, we're allwinners regardless of what happens... 

do you know why?  I'll tell you.... (scroll down)






It's because of all the FREE STUFF!!!! If you're in SoCal, you gotta check this out: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-votefreebies4-2008nov04,0,3205642.story

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXB13hVL2Y8Yes, free Starbucks doesmake our country a better place.

I'm feelin' patriotic.

Democracy never tasted so sweet!  I couldn't have put it any better.  They're putting the Free back in Free-dom.  If you're still undecided on voting, this final hour, here is the deal maker.  If you're undecided on issues, try enie-menie-minie-mo.  I vote for Ben & Jerry's.

Krispy Kreme (select locations):Free star-shaped doughnut

Daily Grill (most locations):Free appetizer

Pitfire Pizza:Free bottle of Jones Soda or draft beer at downtown Los Angeles and North Hollywood locations Cristophe:50% off all salon services

Groundwork:Free 12-ounce cup of drip coffee (offer is also available Wednesday)

Ben & Jerry's(select locations):Free scoop of ice cream between 5 and 8 p.m.

Starbucks (most locations):Free 12-ounce cup of drip coffee.

Not Goddam America, Mr. Reverend Wright, God bless America.

over 15 years ago 0 likes  6 comments  0 shares
Mariejost 26 dsc00460
My vote actually counts more than yours. :-) I'm in North Carolina, and NC has the chance to go democratic for the first time since 1980. I think it will come down to 2 constituencies that typically don't show up in great numbers at the polls--the African-American and the student voters. The polls have been slammed since early voting started last month. Over 30% of the electorate of this state voted early and reports today are that the polls are packed. Three times (while we've been home) today, people came by to see if we've voted (Obama people twice, McCain people once). We also had Obama get out the vote people stop by last weekend. I read on CNN that parts of heavily democratic St. Louis (where I grew up) had a 4-5 hour wait to vote earlier today. That means that the democrats are out in force! I can't wait for the election results. It is going to be along night here on the East Coast. Polls in the Pacific time zone are open late, and there is the 3 hour time difference..
over 15 years ago
:) cute
over 15 years ago
Scottiehui 97 scottiehui
did you get all those free stuff..more importantly did your vote count?
over 15 years ago
Photo 73131
I got Starbucks two times. My vote never counts. If I ever break my silence about my positions, I probably would be called very naive, very foolish. It would be a strange strange ordeal.
over 15 years ago


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