Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Voting, Part II

Well, I went and took care of business. I kind of surprised myself with the way I voted. I had full intentions of voting for two or even all three Republicans on the ballot, but as I stood at the voting machine, the anger in me over the Iraq War and the deficit started to swell up, and I just couldn't do it. Plus, I thought of all the money Rendell has pledged to the Kohler project and figured he couldn't be that bad of a guy, even if he does come across as an old-school, glad-handler, politician...

Ralph

4 comments:

Stan Langerhaus said...

It should be interesting if the Democrats get control of one or both houses of Congress and the ensuing investigations into the current administration get started. It should be pretty funny to see guys like Rumsfeld getting grilled by congressional committees when the chairmen of those committees are not so favorable to their boss. Not that I expect any great changes in the way things are run though.

Jim Lichtenwalter said...

I usually vote Republican but I am not happy with the way that things have been going. We should have stayed in Afghanistan until we got Bin Laden. Instead we split our forces and may loose both Afghanistan and Iraq...

Also, Rindell is very good on giving money to the smaller towns in Pa. So, he is getting my vote this year.

DocTorDee said...

What's wrong with old-school, glad-hander politicians?

Bus

Ralph said...

Dr. Dee:

I must admit that an image of old Bus when through my mind as I was debating whether or not to vote for Rendell...