Where's Nate?

living large in the four-oh-eight. wicked large.


your civic duty.

Tomorrow's midterm election is arguably the most important since the Republicans took over in 1992. As Democrats, we were asleep at the wheel in 2000. And then again in 2004. The time has come to stand up and make our presence known. The time is now.

We are in a lousy world position, worse off than we were two years ago. And miles worse off than we were six years ago.

Consider the following link: Keith Olbermann
"Sen. John Kerry called him out Monday. He did it two years too late. He [has] been too cordial - just as Vice President Gore had been too cordial in 2000, just as millions of us have been too cordial ever since."

It's time to stop being cordial. So stand up. Raise your voice. Any name on your ballot with a capital "D" to the right of it deserves your consideration. And your vote.

Let's take control back of this great country. Let's save our nation from a downward economic and global spiral. Let's bring our troops back from Iraq. Let's make it possible for legislators to make smart decisions about critical rights issues like same sex marriages and universal health care.

If the Republicans take the House and the Senate again, we're in serious trouble. So don't stand by and let it happen. Be a member of the winning team. Make America a wonderful place to live again. A place that we are all proud of. A place that the citizens of the world admire.

Vote tomorrow. And vote Democrat.


  • At 9:15 PM, Anonymous Patrick said…

    It's damn embarassing where we've ended up over the past 8 years. I actually had a macroeconomics professor call out Bush today for his horrible policies ... an econ professor! Social policy? Shit. Economic policy? He can't spell it. Faith in our Government? I'm one step away from pledging my love to Canada forever.

    Embarassed in Michigan and voting tomorrow ...

  • At 2:00 PM, Anonymous Wendy said…

    Right on Nate. Here's a little election day humor for ya.


    That's all I'm sayin'.


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