Tag: presidential election

November 1, 2020

Short: On Voting

Something important to note about elections in the United States is that votes are never fully counted on Election Day. It is an impossibility. This idea from the GOP that somehow votes are counted in full by midnight on the first Tuesday of November every fourth year with a clear winner is ignorant of history, […]

October 30, 2020

Notes Before the 2020 Election

[Pulled from the archives; much has changed since I began this draft; started sometime in August 2020 – finished 29 October 2020] Like many, I have expressed grave concerns for the coming election in November 2020. Like many, I am worried that it will not go without serious incident. My worries are not limited to […]

November 11, 2016

Dear Leader’s First 100 Days In Office

Titled “Contract With The American Voter” this is our newly elected leader’s proposal for the beginning of his time in office so long as he is allowed to be there. He starts off wording it as if it is a contract with the American voter. This so-called “contract” is far from a contract. EitherĀ it plays […]

November 7, 2016

Pre election 2016 note

This election is absolutely disgusting. It demonstrates just how awful our country has become. Each “side” (right, left, centrist, independent, feminist, conservative, tea party, libertarian, liberal, whatever) has played a role in getting us here. There is no use in assigning blame as we are collectively at fault. A lot of things will be the […]

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