I have escaped from behind the fabled Pine Curtain of northeast Texas.
I have learned much.
Here is my tale...
Yahoo to you!This will sound totally feminist (and I don't really care) - but women were not even ALLOWED to vote in the United States until 1920. That means that many of our GRANDMOTHERS were not allowed to vote. It wasn't that long ago. So, for all those women who fought for our right to vote - GO DO IT FOR THEM!(and given that history it's just sort of cool that a woman is running for president - not that I voted for her, but I still voted and I still think it's cool that she's running. :))
I voted, but was a disappointed that I wasn't able to caucus. I wish that it had been explained a bit better about how the delegates were to be divided. I would have made more an effort had I known that 1/3 of delegates would go the caucus winner.Lisa
Dude, I not only voted, I went to the motherfucking caucus. And now I'm a motherfucking alternate delegate. What the motherfucking hell was I thinking?
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