Sunday, November 02, 2008

Election...

My choice for president and vice president...

McCain/Palin 08

NObama 08

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27 comments:

The Phosgene Kid said...

Badlwin/Castle!!

/t. said...

Little Lamb/t. 08

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

Little Lamb said...

Phos, you didn't add the 08.

/t., What are we running for?

foam said...

watch out little lamb .
/t's writing in jumbled code.
what he really means is: /t. 8 little lamb ..
the nerve ..
and he doesn't want to share either .. ;/

/t. said...

i thot
for sure, LL,
that you would be
an OLAMBA supporter...

so, you're all set for the big election... within legal timeframe, chads at the ready... go for it!

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

Little Lamb said...

Foam, Hmmmm.

/t. Well I'm not.

Indigo said...

Indigo Incarnates

Well, it's going to be an interesting Tuesday. The polls are getting closer as the "undecideds" make up their minds. There's a 5% difference in the polls as of 5 minutes ago.

Now, what I think is going to be interesting is seeing what dirty tricks that will be played on Election Day. The Republicans are fond of rigging Diebold viting machines to record votes incorrectly. The Democrats has an honored and time-tested history of having people rise from the dead to pull the lever for the (D) candidate.

Little Lamb said...

Yes, it will be interesting, but this time its the democrats who are cheating. Acorn registers voters more than once.

/t. said...

whoever wins,
it'll be satan

abandon hope, ye

;)

Indigo said...

Indigo Incarnates

I agree with you Lambie. The ACORN thing is shameful. A democratic republic only functions as such when the voting is honest. Whether it's McCain or Obama who wins, I hope it's an *honest* win.

Little Lamb said...

/t. Get thee behind me, /t.

Indigo, I really hope it's an honest election myself. I hope with whoever wins, the loser won't challenge it.

puerileuwaite said...

I would like you to vote for me instead.

puerileuwaite said...

(You can write in any candidate you want on the ballot)

Little Lamb said...

What do I get if I vote for you?

puerileuwaite said...

I'll put stickers on your bumper.

Little Lamb said...

Sounds good to me!

Ruela said...

OLAMBA to the power ;)))

Little Lamb said...

OLamba is running in this election? On dear! What am I going to do?

/t. said...

OLAMBA
FOR PRESIDENT!

LON FOR SHEPHERD!

/t. 4 2 & BBQ!

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

ANNA-LYS said...

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Congratulations USA!


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Skunkfeathers said...

LL-/t.?

Hmmm....maybe in '12?

As for the results...wahl...the voters spoke. By 6% points, they said Yobama.

For now, 'nuff said. As for the future, said the zen master, "we'll see..."

I'm going to go take my disappointment out on some scammers ;)

Little Lamb said...

/t. Oh no! I'd be in trouble.

Anna-lyus, I didn't vote for him, but he did win. History was made. It's an exciting time to be alive.

Skunky, Yes unfortunately our guy lost. We'll see what kind of job he does.

Indigo said...

Indigo Incarnates

Obama did win fair-and-square. Since he is also a man of faith, I hope he will be guided by his faith to do things that are good, truthful, and honorable. I hope that he does not squander his chance to make a remarkably positive difference in our culture. And, very importantly, I hope he can be *everybody's* president -- even the ones who didn't vote for him. We're all Americans, we all love this country.

Little Lamb said...

He may have won fair and square, I don't know, but I think we should just leave it as it is.

He is a man of faith, but to which god?

We'll see what kind of job he does in the White House.

Indigo said...

Indigo Incarnates

Well, my Deity has the command "Have perfect love and perfect trust. Live and let live. Fairly take and fairly give. And if if harm none, do as you will."

I'd take that simple, kind, loving code of conduct over Christofascism any day of the week.

If Obama is a moderate Christian instead of a hate-based fundamendalist, our nation would be better off for it.

Just as a side note: Have you ever considered how FEW fundamentalist Christians would actually worship Jesus if he came back today? His message was about love, charity, inclusion, tolerance, peace, and social justice. Most fundamentalists would say "What? He thinks widows and orphans need to be taken care of? He thinks unpopular minorities are real people too? He thinks the politically connected religious right is a white-washed tomb? I won't worship that commie hippie!"

Just a thought.

Ruela said...

Take the power LL ;)

Little Lamb said...

Indigo, I do sometimes think if Jesus came back today, how many followers would he have? I think very few. Even when He was on this earth a lot of people, his own, didn't recognize Him.

Ruela, okie dokie.