Tuesday is Election Day … and day that many of us have been anticipating for a long time. In my opinion, our process is too long and too expensive. That aside, it remains an important day. I encourage all to vote with their head.
To many people – a mixture of independents and partisans – this election has been a national embarrassment. One of my fears is that this may become the new normal. Even though embarrassing, I encourage people to vote, and not leaving their ballot blank. If that means holding your nose in the voting booth, just do it.
This election has been so goofy, so undignified, so disrespectful, …. there is only one way (for me) to post a primer leading into Election Day … and that’s with The Onion! Enjoy!!!! … Combos are welcomed! … Any favorites?
The Onion looks back with this timeline about the election …. and a few headlines for a laugh. After all, many of us can use one.
Nation’s still-undecided voters: “Help! We can’t get our car seatbelts off.”
Trump makes last-minute push to appeal to whites
Michelle Obama tosses a bunch of Barack’s old number 44 jerseys
Undecided voter waiting until he hears the same responses for the seventh time before making a decision
Trump raises concern over members of urban communities voting more than zero times
Anthony Weiner sends apology sext to entire Clinton campaign
Intergalactic law enforcement places energy shackles on Hillary Clinton
Trump complains entire personality is against him
New heavy-duty voting machine allows Americans to take out frustrations on it before casting vote
Teary-eyed Tim Kaine asks Clinton if his hair will grow back before Election Day
Mike Pence visits small town hit hard by kids seeing R-rated movies
Nation puts 2016 election in perspective by reminding itself some species of sea turtles get eaten by birds just seconds after they hatch
Trump hold strategy meeting with campaign’s top militia leaders ahead of the election
Clinton delivers stump speech in Moscow warehouse in effort to appeal to Russian hackers
Election Day is the only time most Americans in same room with person support other candidate
Anthropologists discover isolated tribe of joyful Americans in remote village untroubled by 2016 election.