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November 04, 2008

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Paul Opel

Well stated, Beth. I've performed my civic duty this morning and was thrilled to be able to do so. It's a great feeling to know we have the freedom to decide our own destiny.

Woo-hoo!

Aunt Sylva

Very astute comments. You've got my vote! AS

Carla Tarrou

Very well put!

Wendy z.

Awesome post! Couldn't have said it better!.

Joni

Indiana is an interesting state. In 2000 we went for a Republican president and a Democrat governor. This time around it looks like we'll do the exact opposite. May not mean much to the bean-counters but I think it shows that we are an independent state.

You will notice I am reading your blog instead of following the up-to-the-minute polls. It's way more entertaining!

Shaun Paddock

Beth, thank you for your post. I am sitting outside extremely disappointed in the outcome of the election. I have ONE issue that determines my vote and that is which candidate is Pro-Life. Did you hear John McCain's concession speech tonight? It was truly amazing. So, you have made me feel better and I will continue to pray that our new president will lead our nation in the right direction.
Have a groovy day!
Shaun

gabriella

This is a very historical moment--I made Emma go with Mike to vote today b/c I wanted her to be able to say that she had "voted" for Barack Obama. :)

barb

I couldn't have agree more. I've seen families and friendships torn apart, probably forever, by the partisanship of this election. I think there is a huge percentage of people out there who have no desire for unity and cooperation whatsoever. It's sad, really.

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