Justice, Mason and I just got back from our polling place (the local fire station). There was a line -which there never usually is...though in all fairness this is the first time I have voted there for a Presidential election. Justice wore full camos (Mason got them for his 4th B-Day -which was yesterday) with Bush pins on the lapels. Mason wore his W'04 hoodie. I, of course, had my 'Love Ya Dubya' pin on my purse. This was a good move --it was the first time I wasn't inundated with papers that I immediately throw away...who comes to the polls unsure of what lever they are pulling? This time your lucky Senator Specter...I voted straight Republican (I considered voting for Jim Clymer -a real conservative running on the Constitution Party, but Joe Hoeffel must be beaten and Specter can do it) . Tesco was gone before I woke up, but his signature was in the book --I was glad to see he voted early. Many compliments in the line to Justice indicated a strong Bushie turnout (signs in our neighborhood indicate a pretty fair split). I have a dilemma that I will pose later in the day regarding a 'Wear Purple for Peace' day at Justice's elementary school tomorrow...*sigh*
I will be blogging in semi-real time today...as the mood strikes, news arises and to keep me from climbing the walls...
For now, I leave you with this...Yesterday John Kerry said:
If you see a bright future for