.... whose husband never even registered to vote.
He just told her who to vote for.
He was in "in charge" of everything, and made all decisions.
She liked it that way.
We all wondered why until it hit us.
That way she could not be blamed for anything that went wrong.
Don?t know about you, but, IMO, the Powell endorsement of Obama would certainly seem to nail the lid on the coffin. Is this endorsement really a big surprise ? The dominoes will now fall rapidly.
Although I?ve always felt, particularly in the 2008 election, that a vote for either of the presidential candidates was far less important than votes for members of congress, as a president can only propose to the congress, and can only do what a congress permits, and funds.
By my count, The Senate democrats will have an 18 to 20 seat majority, and The House democrats will have a 64 to 67 majority. I suspect these majorities might grow following the Powell endorsement. This should end the partisan bickering in Congress, as the rabid socialist leadership, of both entities, can ignore all of it by keeping votes to simple majorities.
It will also be interesting to watch to see just how many campaign promises will be honored by the congress - to see how subservient the congress might be to Obama. I suspect strong differences of ?who?s the boss? will surface very quickly. Ego?s and reputations are at play.
In that I had already determined not to vote for either presidential candidate, and all of the congressional candidates in my area are either too far left or too far right, it looks like I will ?pass? on voting for any candidate for any office.
I will vote, but only for those administrative items on the ballot. In this regard, I have reasonably researched the proposed amendments to the State Constitution, and feel the Constitution, as it exists, has served a good purpose. I feel the proposed amendments are purely ploys to provide for future political excesses that the current Constitution restricts.
Now, you get out there and vote - You hear me ?