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Tuesday, October 26, 2004
How I voted
It's a little late to start running political endorsements. So why post these? Because, however anti-intellectual it may be, this blog partially focuses on politics. Plus, there's always the chance it will spark a huge, nasty debate in the feedback area. I could write a lengthy explanation on why I voted the way I did but I'll let you draw your own conclusions. Without further ado, here is how I voted.
US PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT: (write in) Christopher Reeve's ghost/Pepe the Dancing Mule*
US SENATOR: Ron Wyden
US REP, 1ST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: David Wu
SECRETARY OF STATE: Bill Bradbury
STATE TREASURER: Randall Edwards
ATTORNEY GENERAL: Hardy Meyers
MEASURE 31: Yes
MEASURE 32: Yes
MEASURE 33: Yes
MEASURE 34: Yes
MEASURE 35: No
MEASURE 36: No
MEASURE 37: No
MEASURE 38: Yes
MEASURE 26-57 - 26-63: Yes
MEASURE 26-64: Yes
So what does my voting record say about me? I like trees, marijuana and gay marriage but I don't care much for the presidential candidates or taxes. This either makes me a libertarian or a rampant, reckless hedonist. You know all those "independent voters" you've been hearing about in recent weeks? I'm one of them.
* Am I joking? Maybe, maybe not. I'll never tell.