…Laugh It Off

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With less than one day to go until decision time, some of you undecided voters out there might be getting a little nervous, as you should be.

After all, your vote (combined with your fellow indecisive voters) could be the determining vote in this election (possibly).

At this point, let’s face it, if the issues haven’t swayed you one way or the other they’re probably not going to. So what are your options?

Well, you could go the traditional route of voting for the candidate whose billboard, bumper sticker or attack ad you see last before entering the polling location. But that seems a bit unreliable.

You could also base it on the fairly accurate “Halloween masks” statistic or the incredibly accurate “cookie tasting contest” statistics (Obama should win according to both). But those both seem almost too reliable.

If you’re looking to mix it up you could go with the “last laugh” approach.

A study of the presidential race recently revealed that Mitt Romney has been the butt of the joke more than twice as often as President Obama.

Whether that is a good thing or a bad thing depends on which way you lean. Which I guess if you’re undecided you probably don’t know which way that is?

Well, if all else fails you can always draw names out of a hat. Now you’ll just have to decide which hat…it never ends._________________________________________

More on the Story: LA Times

…just for fun:

2 Comments Add yours

  1. OMC says:

    Just vote, please. And regardless of who wins, what do you say we hold our “leaders” accountable to work together to fix some of our issues instead of calling each other names and refusing to do anything…

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  2. Paid for by "A Better America, My America" says:

    I guess we’ll just have to agree to disagree, and leave it at that, you crazy OMC. You seem to want “Climate change” in politics, That’s just crazy talk.

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