“I Voted Today!” Tuesday, I mean, at least I think I did

The integrity of the vote is especially up in the air with the Disinformation Governance Board being “put on pause” while they say that they are as active as ever behind the scenes, never having done anything publicly, they say, but making really weird statements and Mary Poppins sing-songs.

Whatever the case may be with the DGB, it does seem that most of those for whom I voted won their bids, and there’s not much disappointment for those for whom I didn’t vote. All local offices had Republicans running against each other, exclusively. Not a Demoncrat was to be seen anywhere at any time. I tried to ensure I wasn’t voting for Rinos for the more political offices.

BTW, the 20 stars flag recalled with the sticker above is that of 13 April 1818. However, North Carolina, where I am, was included in the stripes of the flag of 1775 and the stars and stripes of the flags from 1777 until today.

I’m sure I’ll be getting condemnations from whatever powers that be for siding with one political party [Republicans] over another [Demoncrats], not even attempting to mention pros and cons for both. But, to repeat for those throwing a spittle flecked nutty in the corridors of the power of their own opinions, there’s not even one Demoncrat (I keep misspelling that, or am I?) who is running for any local office.

But maybe the DGB will bring some fake ballot mules out of nowhere and it will be a clean sweep for the Dems. That would be about right. They “have a lot of experience in disinformation.”


Filed under Free exercise of religion, Law enforcement, Military, Pro-Life

3 responses to ““I Voted Today!” Tuesday, I mean, at least I think I did

  1. sanfelipe007

    OT: I was following today’s successful launch of NASA-Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner, and followed a link to one of the NASA -site storieshttps://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2022/hubble-reaches-new-milestone-in-mystery-of-universes-expansion-rate

    I was quite irked, by the very first sentence,that the writer, when mentioning the two Astronomers Hubble and Father Lemaitre, included a hyperlink to only Hubble. Yeah, the telescope is named for Hubble, but c’mon. Why not Hubble-Lemaitre? That’s a rhetorical question, of course.

  2. sanfelipe007

    Father Georges does get some “love” though. I forgot to add this link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lema%C3%AEtre_ATV

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