Monday, November 5, 2012


Oh boy, what a year -- it's been a year -- more than a year of endless campaigning.

Golly, where are we going to be, what will we be thinking. when our election is over?

On the other side of the world, here's what these guys were thinking.



Peggy Bechko said...

Voted early and have to admit I'm now doing my best to ignore it all until election results come in.

Carola said...

Just a relief to have it over. And then they'll start gearing up for the next one.

Linda Phillips said...

It will not be decided on election night nor the next day. There will be many court cases. There is so much voter suppression going on in all of the battleground states.

This may take months.

Anonymous said...

That IS a catchy tune.
I'm Canadian, so no voting for me today.
But watching the American political campaign and seeing all the Dem/Repub comments on twitter has given me a better idea of the issues important to Americans, and how they feel about them.
I know who I'd be voting for if I was American. The differences between the two opponents has become very clear.
This morning it occurred to me that a political campaign is actually a war. There will be a winning side, and a losing side. Having lived through some very poor leaders up here in Ontario, I know how bitter it can be.
As well, people use their leader as a scapegoat for anything that goes wrong.
No jobs? Bad economy? The president is doing a bad job.
He actually Doesn't have any control over jobs going to countries where wages are pennies a day.
Bad hurricane? President isn't responding fast enough. You can ony rebuild just so fast.
Anyway, that's my two cents worth.
To me, this election is more momentous than other elections, because the candidates, and what they stand for, are so different.
I hope the people make a good choice.
Louise Sorensen
louise3anne twitter

Maureen Jacobs said...

I voted, my husband voted, and the phone calls continue. UGH.

Despite all of the calls, the ads, the arguments, the civil discourse, and the campaign signs EVERYWHERE, I am thankful for living in a country that allows me to vote.