I feel the same way. When i put my ballot in the mail my heart fluttered. So I think that means something good.....Obama.... mishelle
yes i know what you mean.. I am working the voting booths, even though being canadian i cannot vote..but i am starting to think that havingthe covers over my head till wednesday woudl have been the better way to go...I hope this country does not make a mistake, but instead make a clear desicion for change!!
And tomorrow, vote Obama. Almost there.
Oh Nadia I agree with you! I have a head ache right now...I need O to win...We need him to win. As a Canadian living in New England, I wait impatiently to see what my American neighbors will choose for me. I have gotten into lively rows with my fellow Graduate students. I have worn my Obama button every day ( even on Friday night as I distributed candy to little ghouls dressed as Caribou Barbie). I have read every article, pressed my point, encouraged people to choose, explained that socialized healthcare does not lead to communism. I even made it my personal mission to convince my registered Democrat neighbor who claimed to be undecided to go with me to a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire last night where we waited in the cold for an hour and a half while the fire marshal and the secret service decided that we could be the LAST TWO allowed inside, and as I turned to him with zeal in my eyes as my hand left the soft grip of BILL CLINTON himself, he said "YOU have my vote!!!!!". I have redeemed my Canadian Citizen, non-voting status with a convert and have equalized the Karma of the Universe. I wish Toot could have seen it and I am ready, more than ready to watch their faces as he wins.
oh yeah, man, I'll spend the day in bed with the big O for sure. I ain't proud.
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