Absentee Voters for Obama!

Filed under politicking

Barackin’ the vote, absentee style:

Actually, you can’t see whose circle Sonya filled in here, so who knows?

I imagine that anyone not voting for Obama has arguments similar to this one, made by some child on Nickelodeon’s Kids Pick the President message board:

I don’t like how people are sooooooo obbsessed with Obama! He wants to make taxes higher! He wants rich people to pay for poor people! Oh!, and did you know he was friends with one of the guys who was in the nine eleven attack! He has not had ant experence 4 years of congrass…THATS IT!!!! HE CAN’T LEAD OUR NATION HE JUST CAN’T IT WILL FALL APPART AND LEAD TO A 2ND GREAT DEPPRESION!

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay, parental influence!


  1. Tracey says:

    Baby, you so pretty.

    • Be honest, though: don’t my lips kinda look the way they do when you stick your tongue out and cover the top one so it appears you’ve had a massive collagen injection?

      • Tracey says:

        Well, if that’s the case, you’ve got a mighty big tongue, little lady.

        SPEAKING of parental influence on politics:

        • Oh, god, I feel sick to my stomach now.

          I really loved the “Ron Paul!” guy, though. I was disappointed that he ended up saying all the other names, too.

          • Tracey says:

            Yeah, I liked him, too.

            And I thought it was ridiculous that after all that buildup to it, his kid couldn’t even pronounce Obama’s name correctly.

            Stupid kid.

  2. Nicole M says:

    Or the kid could be like my nephew. He told us on Friday that he wants both Obama and McCain to win so they can work together.

    If only that was possible!

    • Man, Collin and I are so on the same page. Maybe McCain wouldn’t have turned into a sniveling, lying, negative, version of his year 2000 self if he’d had a shot at being Obama’s vice.

      What a world it’ll be when Republicans and Democrats run together.

  3. Tina says:

    I HOPE that’s an Ohio ballot. They don’t need you in that blue state, WE NEED YOU! I NEED YOU!

    • I didn’t want to say anything yesterday in case there’s some sort of you’ve-lived-too-long-outside-of-the-state-to-still-be-voting-in-it laws I might have violated, but I can admit to it now that the win is clear and landslidey. Looks like you didn’t need me after all, though.

  4. Laura says:

    She voted Obama. I can read it with my super awesome eyeglasses.

    • Fine, fine, you’re right. I was so worried when I was filling mine out, though, that I’d do something crazy like let my pen slip and accidentally vote for Nader.