Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Voting is not just a Right - Its a Responsibility

I went out and voted to hopefully oust Patience Roggensack from the Supreme Court here in Wisconsin.  Her one claim to fame was keeping a child molester behind bars back in 2004.  Since then, she's just been one annoying piece of work who has accomplished  absolutely nothing.  She needs to go home and bake injustice cookies. 

I also voted for the former DA, Janet P ..... (really hard to remember how to spell her last name) for circuit court judge.  You have to remember that any appointee by Scott Walker is a step in the wrong direction, so Rebecca Bradley needs to go home and learn more hooker tricks for her next Scott Walker appointment.  Anyone who associates themselves with Scott Walker inherits a rarefied stink that won't wash off.

Point is:  I voted.  I hope you other believers in democracy made it to the polls today to cast your vote in the local elections.  Voter turnout is expected to be very low. 

In this day and age, why we can't all vote from the convenience of our own homes is beyond me.  Not enough options for electoral tampering, I guess.  But if all of our banking, securities trading, bill paying, etc. can be handled on line with little cause for concern, why can't we all vote on line?  More proof that American is not progressive at all.  Just greedy and corrupt.


AlexisAR said...

As someone who missed being able to vote in the 2012 presidential election by a mere 25 days, it abosultely slays me when someone who has the right to vote does not exercise it.

Citizen X said...

I wish more people felt like you do! Small voter turnout in this very important election, allowing the worst candidates to win (right wing). I was very disappointed and I cannot WAIT to leave this state as Wisconsin is full of dismal ideologists. Not sure Louisiana will be better, but I need a change no matter what face it takes.

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