For our new president – Barack Obama!!

Landslide by Fleetwood Mac

I am so happy. This country is now headed in a new direction, and I feel hope for the future. Finally.

It’s been a L-O-N-G eight years, and now, it’s OVER!!!


‘Joe the Plumber’ answers questions – well, sort of..

Rick Sanchez of CNN asks “Joe the Plumber” some tough questions, not that he gets any real answers.. 

We’ll never have to hear from this guy again after tomorrow.. Whew!

Tim Robbins purged from voter rolls..

Raw Story:

Tim Robbins told TMZ that he had obtain a signature from a judge before he was allowed to vote. Robbins said his name was not on the voter roll.

About 6 people per hour were also discovering that their names had been removed.

More on this story from Huffington Post:

Apparently Robbins has been voting at that polling place for more than a decade, but today his name wasn’t on the register. They told Robbins he had to fill out a provisional ballot but he didn’t want to do it. An argument erupted between Robbins and the poll worker. Robbins allegedly got loud and the poll worker said he was calling the cops.

Robbins accused the poll worker of trying to intimidate him so he wouldn’t vote.

Robbins went downtown to the City Board of Elections to get proof he was good to vote.

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NY county says in Spanish that election is Nov. 9

Real Clear Politics (AP)

A suburban New York county sent an official mailer telling thousands of voters in Spanish that Election Day is Nov. 9, then spent the weekend making automated calls to alert people to the mistake.

A Hispanic organization’s director said some voters still might be confused.

“I think most people do know when Election Day is, but if you get an official letter from the Board of Elections that tells you another day, you might be confused,” said Grace Heymann, director of the Westchester Hispanic Coalition.

“I would especially worry about first-time voters,” she said. “We have been working hard to get out the vote, and we are getting some questions because of this letter.”

The mailing, about the availability of ballot marking devices used by disabled voters, was in English and Spanish. The English part was correct, but the Spanish section said Election Day was Nov. 9 instead of Nov. 4.

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