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I Voted

I cast my vote for Barack Obama in Wisconsin today. I am excited and proud, not just because I support Obama, but because the very act of voting – for McCain, Obama, or anyone else – is a reminder of the freedom we hold dear and the amazing miracle that is American democracy. Our system works, and we all have a stake in it, and even our disagreements are vital to its continuation.

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mickey

posted October 28, 2008 at 8:41 pm


Why would a guy vote for someone who is friends with terrorists.–OH!Never mind!!!!!!



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