Tomorrow, it Gets Real: Vote!

Tomorrow marks the end of this silly season, and I will be glad for that no matter what the outcome. For the past week or so, I have tried to tune out election related news, polls, etc. The only poll that matters is the one tomorrow.

7 Responses to “Tomorrow, it Gets Real: Vote!”

  1. Magus says:

    The hell you say. Tomorrow is when the silly starts getting really goofy. There’s gonna be crying, whining, and lying in abundance–regardless which monkey gets the banana.

  2. Oh ye of so great faith, you really expect this to be over tomorrow? I’m hopeful, but fear we may find ourselves delayed in narrow ballots, questions of Sandy ballots, and basically the potential to have another 2000 style undecided election.

    • Andy B. says:

      I think that unless one faction or the other gets a real drubbing in both the popular vote and the electoral college, we are going to have more rhetoric than ever before about an “illegitimate” presidency.

  3. Overthetop says:

    Fortunately, or unfortunately, the Sandy ballots will be a mess, but it won’t matter for the presidential election. NJ, NY, and Conn aren’t going to be in play for Romney.

    • Harold says:

      Connecticut is in play for Republican control of the Senate, though. And that’s very important, especially after Harry Reid pledged Massive Resistance towards a President Romney.

  4. Richard says:

    Only consolation I can draw from this mess is that despite living in a swing state, I almost completely avoided the marketing bacchanalia. Having no TV, no landline and using a private mailbox is great. I got two pieces of junkmail but that is it.

  5. Shawn says:

    It will be mostly over and we can look forward to obama’s re-selection.