Loc: América del Norte
[color:blue]When Americans go to the polls tomorrow, they'll have more to consider than who should be their next president. In California they will vote on same-sex marriage, as well as whether chickens and pregnant pigs deserve more living space. In Massachusetts, they will decide whether to ban commercial dog racing. In Iowa, they will vote on dropping the term "idiot or insane person" from state descriptions of who is eligible to cast a ballot. In a number of states, they will be asked if they want more casinos.</font color=blue><br><br>More elections issues besides electing President in different states -<br><br>http://www.nationalpost.com/news/world/uselection/story.html?id=927478<br><br><br><br><br>
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Steve this crap has been around much longer then 8 years ago<br><br>This is the stuff that makes them long wait times to vote - you get into a voting booth and then get barraged with stupid shiit on the ballot , which should have been decided by the people who you voted into office that last election. To me they are skirting their responsibility and leaving it to the voter instead<br><br>
[color:blue]In Iowa, they will vote on dropping the term "idiot or insane person" from state descriptions of who is eligible to cast a ballot.</font color=blue> - and that should be an amendment <-- wtf ??<br><br>That to me is being a professional or not - but to vote on it is another question <br><br>
Did you look up - Steve ? ? <br><br>[color:blue]In California as well as whether chickens and pregnant pigs deserve more living space</font color=blue> <-- you think that should take your time standing at the voting booth ? ?<br><br>Your not in Cali but I understand the whole picture not into trying to push a fellow poster down , like you do<br><br>
Get rid of the wedgie, Steve. It was a little wordplay that went over your head because you glommed onto some other meaning. Lighten up, buddy.<br><br>Having said that, why not vote on other issues? It's called having a voice -- even on small issues. If you don't think it's worth your time, don't pull the lever!<br><br>
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