Oct. 19th, 2004
IMPORTANT - We can do this, but your action is vital  
Bush has called himself a uniter. Well, for once, maybe he's right. So many diverse groups of people—both Democrats and Republicans—have come together, determined to restore the dignity to our country and to stop this administration from inflicting more harm to our nation.

The race is really close, and these numbers look good. The pollsters aren't counting the unreachable—students with university-provided phones who have registered in record numbers this year. They're not counting the people who have dropped their analog land lines (pollsters do not call cell phones).



We truly could be looking at a record turnout this year, and high voter turnout is never good for the incumbent.

We all need to make certain that we do not let this man, who has already vowed to continue his attacks on gay Americans, get back into office. But everyone needs to turn out. PLEASE do not waste your vote by forgetting, being too busy, etc.... PLEASE. This election is too important. Even if you don't plan to get married, someone you know does.

If you think there is any chance at all that you might not be able to make it, VOTE ABSENTEE NOW. For California, the application and information is at http://www.ss.ca.gov/elections/elections_m.htm. For other states, go to http://electionimpact.votenet.com/yourvotematters/.

Please send the above links to friends if you think they need them or might not go to the polls on November 2.


One last thing: very important alert for the Bush supporters in L.A. county (all 5 of you): Due to the increased risk of more terror alerts prior to the election, per the Department of Homeland Security, your polling location has been moved. For your own safety, all Bush supporters in L.A. county are to report to the end of the Santa Monica Pier on Election Day. Your ballots are located on the other side of the railing. Bring duct tape.
 
 
Mood: determined
Listening to: Goldfinger - The Innocent (f Mest, Good Charlotte)
 
 
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machmed on October 19th, 2004 - 02:53 am
I suggest you x-post this into some communites. Either way, great job getting the word out, mister!

P.S. I already voted. ;)
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Karenperiazhad on October 19th, 2004 - 07:52 am
yay for you!
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donovand on October 19th, 2004 - 03:06 am
Don't forget to mention that if you vote at the end of the pier polling location your vote counts 4 times AND you are entered in a drawing for an SUV!
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Ryan: the blue penguinbcp on October 19th, 2004 - 03:14 am
"PUBLIC SPLIT ON WHETHER BUSH IS A DIVIDER"
- CNN Scrolling Banner, 15 Oct 2004.

I just want to thank you, on behalf of most of the 6.1 billion or so people who can't vote that asshole out in this election! :D

-Ryan from .au

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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on October 19th, 2004 - 11:40 am
I have to imagine that the rest of the world can't for the life of them understand how this election could even be close.

I know I wake up wondering that.
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matadormexicano on October 19th, 2004 - 05:10 pm
can you believe that people would still vote him in, even afetr these horrible last 4 years?!?!?! and its not like its only 30%... its damn near half the country!!! its truely scary! thank you for your effforts for ousting this guy! im trying my darnest over on this end as well!

ps... LOVE that pic ;)
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Ryanbcp on October 20th, 2004 - 01:57 am
I think you're right. I can't understand why someone would want Bush leading their country. But then again, 46% of Australia just voted for the Coalition again -- they won after doing fairly bad things for the past 4 years too.
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Dustinclewell99 on October 20th, 2004 - 10:57 pm
Ooooo your hair got long! I will be in LA for 5 days this Thanksgiving! I will get in touch with you this weekend hopefully!

DC =)
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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on October 20th, 2004 - 11:31 pm
it is...and as luck will have it, i'll be here for T-giving too :o)
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Amalthiaamothea on October 19th, 2004 - 10:25 am
Early voting
Well in Texas early voting has already started and I did my part in trying to get Bush out of office. Not sure if it'll be enough, Texas is a very Republican state.

Love your political messages. :)

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