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November 02, 2004


Well, it’s finally here. Election day. I can’t believe it. What with the baby and the Red Sox and the NHL lockout, November 2nd just sort of sprang up on me.

I know a ton of people who voted early and I had intentions to also vote early, but I ran out of time and it’s just as well. Voting on anything but November 2nd doesn’t feel right. My family mailed in their ballots, which I suppose is convenient, but I personally LOVE going to vote, getting into those sexy little booths and making my choices. It feels so good, so American, so empowering. I remember the first time I voted and how truly free I felt. I made my little voice heard, at least in that booth.

I know every single loafe reader will be voting, as least those who can. Those of you who are able to vote and do not, I hate you and I don’t respect you and you should be ashamed (especially if you are young and/or female). The notion of ďmy vote wonít matterĒ is a slippery slope and we must tread carefully. Bad governments rely on people to stay at home and not vote, so donít let that happen!

The moment of reckoning has arrived. In the words of a great man, itís going to be a glorious day. I feel our luck could change.

I have high hopes. If the Red Sox can win, so can my man Kerry.

Also, it may be true that I’m in love with Jude Law. We covet what we see, right? And he’s everywhere these days. Which is fine by me, because that man is muy caliente.

Posted by christa at November 2, 2004 01:05 AM


Not to mention that he was a great robot in AI!
Just got done voting 45 minutes ago. A mixed ticket, mostly Democrats, and against most incumbents. Kerry, Obama to name a few. God Bless America.
Ryland is truly precious as a pea pod...Where do you get those ideas?

Posted by: DG at November 2, 2004 06:43 AM

I'm voting for both candidates. It looks like it's going to be a tie, anyway. I really like Kerry's 'fresh start for America' ideas, but then on the other had if we lose Bush then we'll lose a great source for punchlines. I just think America could benifit from the strong leadership of Kerry and the 'fun factor' that we'll get from Bush. I'm voting Bush/Kerry in 2004!

Paris Hilton would say that Ryland is hot in his costume.

Posted by: Morgan at November 2, 2004 01:04 PM

I think Paris Hilton should stay away from Ryland,
god knows what diseases she's carrying.

Posted by: DG at November 2, 2004 02:13 PM

Yay! I voted. I sure hope it goes my way. OMG, I LOVE Jude Law. I have loved him since I saw him in Wilde. I might even go see Alfie, a type of movie that really isn't my bag. He inspired my idea for a girl baby name, Sadie. I think he has/had the lyrics to the Beatle's Sexy Sadie tatooed on him somewhere.

Posted by: gina at November 2, 2004 05:18 PM


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