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Well, it's been a day
since one of the most-important midterm elections
in US history.
published November 7, 2018:
There was a lot of good
that came from this year's election. Michigan's
next governor wasn't endorsed by Drumpf, an Uncle
Tom won't be our next senator here in Michigan,
people here in Michigan will soon be allowed to
legally smoke pot and maybe most-importantly, the
Dems are taking back the House.
True, it wasn't a total
blue wave, sadly. Here in Michigan, several
Repukes still won seats here in west Michigan and
up north as well. Fuck, I'm wondering why people
in northern Michigan chose a troll from da You Pee
over Matt Morgan. But then again, this is northern
Michigan we're talking about here: an area loaded
with retirees, gun nuts and former Detroiters who
wanted to get away from black people.
Of course, the biggest
disappointment was in Texas where Beto O'Rourke
lost to Ted Cruz by 223,000 votes. But hey! At
least Drumpf fired his pot-hating AG Jeff
Sessions. But still, Drumpf sucks as president.
The best thing to think
about regarding this year's midterms is probably
the fact that for the first time in American
history, over 100 million people voted in this
election. However, that's still only 49% of the
voting public. So in other words, if your
candidate didn't win and you didn't vote for him
or her, don't bitch.
I'll admit, I didn't
vote in the 2000 elections. I didn't like Bush
because he's a Repuke and Al Gore made the mistake
of allowing Joe Lieberman to be his running mate.
Being a hardcore Stern fan, I felt abandoned.
However, seeing the destruction Bush did in his
first four years, I did vote in the 2004 elections
and voted for John Kerry. He still lost, but when
Bush's BS was causing everybody to become
bankrupt, at least I could bitch.
You know, I'm happy I've
voted in every election since I got registered.
Hell, I even vote for mayor in my hometown! He's
brought a lot of businesses to my city. We have
Dave and Buster's and Trader Joe's! He's
non-party, so I could care less what he is.
Now that Prop 3 has been
passed here in Michigan, maybe it'll help bring
more voters in. Hell, I love the idea of voting
from home via mail. It sure beats standing in line
at the polls, though I was in and out in a 1/2
2020 is coming and I
hope that the Dems will not cause the same mistake
that caused Drumpf to win. It's time for them to
allow the people to choose their next president or
else Drumpf will be a two-termer. Hillary lost by
three million votes and it's because she lost the
midwest by slim margins. The Electoral College
ain't going away. If people see their votes in the
primary disappear like it did in 2016, expect low
voter turnout and like I said, another four years
of Drumpf. Already, his BS is causing prices to
rise and people to lose their jobs.
But in the end, people
still have a choice.
January: Donald Trump
February: Donald Trump
March: Joe Gassman
August: Shri Thanedar