November 01, 2004

It all comes down to you in the booth. All by yourself.

All the polls are done, all the campaigning is about over, all the mudslinging is finished, the yelling is all but completed.

Tomorrow, we begin a process that denizens of other nations either do not understand, despise, or envy. We get to particpate directly in the election of those who will lead us as a nation and as a community. Those who admire our process look at it with a measure of hope. Those who hate the process and what it represents would insist that it is the death of us all.

This year's election promises to be among the closest in history. And if the outcome tomorrow is as close as the polls suggest, we may not have an answer to who has won right away.

There are literally thousands of lawyers prepared to file suit as soon as Wednesday morning to challenge whatever the outcome is.

And of course, I'll be here with my two cents as the process continues, whatever the outcome.

I've made no secret of who I'll be supporting tomorrow and why.

It doesn't matter who you support tomorrow; no matter who you do not support. What does matter is that you exercise your right; your responsibility to go out and vote.

It all comes down to you, standing by yourself, in the booth with your decisions. Consider and decide well. And then make your voice -- and your vote -- heard.

Posted by mhking at November 1, 2004 11:37 PM

A Paddy prediction from way down under. Bush will shit it in. I have faith in the American people (or Yanks as we fondly call them) not to put that moron Kerry in the most powerful position on earth.

Posted by: Patrick at November 2, 2004 02:21 AM

Passionate about Bush!

Posted by: Wild Bill at November 2, 2004 06:54 AM

And correct too!

Posted by: Patrick at November 4, 2004 05:31 AM
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