I was in Maryland. Their ballots had only those two choices, PERIOD! By the way, I recently moved out of Maryland.
Where, I came from in Oklahoma, spring was the season that we often slept in the storm cellar, because it was also tornado season
I am frankly surprised that Dilbert’s “coworker” did not get a Civil Service government job. He would definitely be at home there, since most of his fellow workers would be like him and he would have that “wonderful lifetime job security.”
By the way, I left after three years, because I could not get into plotting and making “under-desk special submissions” to self-designated “superiors.”
Trump and Clinton were absolutely and totally the only candidates on the ballot, no third party or independents allowed on it. They were both despicable choices. That is why I wrote in “None of the Above.” The “None” votes should be as fully counted as candidate votes. The candidate with the most votes would win, but the “None” votes, fully counted would make it clear, the winner has no “mandate.”
Both parties demand our undying support. Neither gives its supporters anything in return. Oh, and yes, I am a party member. I am registered as “AI”- Angrily Independent. And, I do make a point of voting in every election. I have very often voted Independents.The 2016 electors fully squashed out any independent candidates, giving Trump and Clinton as the absolute only choices. I wrote in “NONE OF THESE.” “NONE” should be as fully counted and reported as a VALID VOTE. The named candidate, who receives the most votes would still be elected to office, but, could not lie about “having a mandate,” if most of the voters made it clear that they do not support, much less “approve” of him/her.
Ooh! They disfavor both parties!
I just say, “Go ahead and have fun, guys.”
I prefer to make my own coffee at home, making it from instant, sweetening with REAL SUGAR and using REAL CREAM, instead of that artificial chemical stuff, they always use in commercial places.
My experience has been, that, when I solve one problem, three or four more suddenly pop up. Being a"snooty know-it-all" will just make things worse.
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