Happy Saturday!

October 4, 2008 at 8:04 am Leave a comment

From the NY Times “The Caucus” column:

Mine Workers Protest Anti-Obama Ad and Homer Simpson votes in this week’s Simpsons!  Find out who he (tries to) vote for here.

In other vote-suppression news:

Student voters thwarted by lies

“This year, there’s a lot of peer pressure to vote…Sometimes it feels like you’re the only one who doesn’t… It’s okay to like someone, you don’t have to vote for them!”

“I always wanted my first time to be special.  Instead I gave it away to Michael Dukakis.”

In crazy people news:

A link from Katy (who is not crazy, but the man in this story most definitely is nutty).

And a link from Michele (also not crazy, but the little boy in the article will certainly grow up to be a serial killer if something isn’t done).

In other news:

Harder Better Barack Obamer

In case you missed it, Wyatt Cenac sits down with some old Jewish people to watch the first presidential debate.

David Letterman has fun editing clips from the VP debate…of one candidate.

Another great link from Katy, Sarah Palin for Poet Laureate.

What happened last night at 2 am?  All of these people were honking and cheering out of the window.  It’s not when the O.J. Simpson trial verdict came in, that was this morning.  (A convenient 13 years and one day after his first acquittal.)  And they were 12 hours late celebrating the signing of the financial resuce bill.  That’s all I’ve got.

Also, YAY!  Shara’s having a girl 🙂 🙂 🙂


Entry filed under: 2008 Presidential Election, New York Times, Politics, Slate, Those Crazy Young People, Voting, Washington Post.

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