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And now, the zero hour is approaching. Ready, set, vote!

November 6, 2006, 11:00 PM

All right, folks, the polls open early in the morning, and close at 7:00 PM. It is time to make this person’s statement come true, and let the American people reclaim the House of Representatives and the Senate from Republican rule.

I voted a week and a half ago, on October 25. Therefore, my votes have long been cast. Now the rest of you must make your selections.

I make one suggestion: THINK BLUE.

Web site: Opensecrets.org on the 2006 midterm elections...

Song: Whatever's on TV

Quote: And just so you know, I am not all of a sudden morphing my Journal into a politics blog, with three politically-themed entries in a row. It's just that with the election nearly upon us, and a few pertinent topics in the news recently on which I have somewhat strong opinions, and other parts of my life being rather nondescript, it's just worked out that way.

Categories: National politics