Election Day 2008 – Vote or Don’t.


It’s election day at 7:00 am, the polls are open, vote or don’t.  Either is a valid choice.  Though if you’re inclined toward freedom and liberty we’d prefer if you’d vote.

We’re spending the day working and the night at all the parties in DC, so essentially we’re taking Obama’s advice and taking election day off (from the “job” we don’t get paid for, anyway).  We’ll see you tomorrow.

By the way, if there’s any ambiguity as to where we stand and how we’d suggest you vote, you probably shouldn’t vote.


3 Responses to “Election Day 2008 – Vote or Don’t.”

  1. November 5, 2008 at 2:06 pm

    Is that crickets I hear at the First Friday Collective?

  2. 2 firstfriday
    November 5, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    We have real jobs, you should look into getting one now that you bought all the country’s problems and fell short of being able to get anything done in the Senate. A 30 minute interview with Tucker Carlson will be posted shortly.

  3. November 5, 2008 at 3:08 pm

    Hey I took shot a back, no need to get personnel. A day off from a “real job” is fun sometimes. Hope you guys follow McCain and realize an historic event took place and we “all” begin the healing of the country. Really? bought? Come on! The Senate sits now with 56 seats blue, and votes from the likes of Collins, Lieberman, and Lugar (ooops!, he may have a job in the White House).
    Let’s get real, and put forth efforts that end the divisive politics we all have tolerated.


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