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So the election happened, and my feelings on the national level can be summed up with the sarcastic comment of one of my rooomates, "God bless Emporer Bush". Schmuck.

But Good lord, what's happened to my state? Washington used to be a place you could count on to value education higher than nearly anything else. What, two years ago - maybe four - we voted to pass three bills increasing funding at the cost of roads. No no, don't fix those pot holes, make sure jimmy can read first. That's a good state.

And yet I-884 goes down in flames. 1% sales tax increase to raise about a billion dollars for education. How is that a bad thing? It doesn't affect the cost of food, and gas would go from 2.15 to 2.16 a gallon. Don't want to be affected by it beyond that? Don't buy shit. I mean, come on.

Alright. Okay. Blood pressure lowering.

A mixed bag otherwise. Mostly good measure wise, govoner up in the air, and a mistake as far as I'm concerned for federal representative. At least now all of the political ads will be off the air.


At least now all of the political ads will be off the air. A FRIKEN MEN

Preach it, brother man. I'm more than happy to be in Germany for all the fallout. In fact, I just might stay :) I'm sure Ed or Jennie can forward you my take on the whole thing. . .

The fact he was voted in the first time cause me to question the intelligence of the nation...the fact they did it again confirms my suspicions. Then again, perhaps we should just remember some sound advice our president gave us: "There's an old saying in Tennessee — I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again." —George W. Bush, Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 17, 2002


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