posted on Nov, 1 2004 @ 08:36 AM
I don't understand why Americans wear their political leanings on their sleeve. Nobody will know who you are voting for, at any time. Or maybe it's
different over there. Is it customary to blurt out your preffered candidate as you walk from your car to the voting booth?
How will anyone be able to intimidate voters? Do they stand in parallel lines right at the doors and push and heckle you as you walk through? Do they
note your number plate and yell "We know where you live!" as you lock up your car? Are volunteers allowed to accompany you to the voting booth and
watch who you vote for, or alert those nearby that you have voting for the "evil one"?
Park, lock, walk, vote, walk, unlock, drive.