Hope your admiration for her pays off for our neighbors to the south. It will mean nothing for us exept maybe a couple of entertaining post election reality shows
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 8 February 2016 at 23:15
I tried to detach myself. You know all that stuff that floats around on Facebook about how to be happy.
Different strokes for different folks.
The picture fits into my television screen again. Calico cat must have stepped ona button on the remote. It sits on the arm of my chair. He jumps up on my lap then steps up on the arm of the chair climbs further across the back and walks around the back of my head,down the other arm before sprawling out on my lap. All without any encouragement whatsoever.
Now the audio has closed down on some stations.
Last night, I watched the silliest election event ever.
In 1960, an individual in a small "town" in the northern reaches decided the election should be held at midnight.
Nine ballots were cast. An official, presumably returning officer, stood by the ballot box with a stop watch. Lined up on the other side were five husky males, ballots in hand.
The backdrop looked like the hardware store in Tim the Toolman. Each voter looked like
varying sizes of Tim himself dressed either in plaid shirt or sweaters.
On the stroke of midnight, voting began. At 12.07, voting concluded. After the official thrust his ballot in the slot as well.
Hillary did not win a single vote. Not a woman was in sight. It was an all male event. Not even the media noted the peculiarity.
The vote tallied at nine. When the excitement was over ,everybody ate cake.
Women with microphones, one lugging big heavy cameras ,augmented the crowd at that time.
I really think the show was staged. Bernie Sanders received four votes. I don't think it was a coincidence Hillary was shut out.
The guys were sending a message to their buddies . To Democrats, Bernie was the boy.