Burgold Posted November 8, 2006 Share Posted November 8, 2006 Firstly, for getting off your apathetic rumps and doing your civic duties. The fact that so many people voted is a great thing. When I voted one of the election officials would announce a "first-time voter" and the whole line cheered. Participation counts. For those of you who say your vote doesn't count, look at the Webb/Allen Race. A thousand people separates the two and the victor will determine control of the Senate. I am amazingly pleased also that Steele lost. He was style over substance and a charlatain of the highest degree. He was a Steele Democrat. He was unwilling to ever publicly take any position or admit his beliefs. Not electing him is important to getting away from the current corrupt era we are in. Now, change for changes sake is not necessarily good. The D's have 2 years to show progress or prove their worthlessness. Now, they must generate ideas and movements. Even if they get vetoed or squashed in the Senate. I view this as a day of hope for America. God bless America and everyone who voted. No matter for whom. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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