08-01-2008, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by stump0331
27 year old combat vet here, never have voted
i honestly dont believe it counts, i dont follow politics lifes to short for me to worry with it
ive heard that you cant talk sh!t about the "official" in office if you didnt vote and i never do, always had the utmost respect for the president regardles of anything that has hapened in his term. but this time im not gonna roll like that, im going to vote, for the simple fact that if Barack Hussein
Obama II becomes our president i can bash his azz every minute i can. i dont even know who the other canidate(s) are that are running against him but ill write in "JoJo the Indian Circus Monkey" before i vote for a mother fracker whos name is Hussein
now.......how do i go about doing this voting thing?
I've never missed an election since I enlisted in '78. Voting officers made
sure we had absentee ballots. Never missed one since retiring.
How do you go about it? First, get registered. Visit any Post Office or
Drivers License bureau (whatever they're called). They can give you the
forms and help you if you need it. That'll get you registered.
Then, find out where your Polling location is, so you'll know where to go
when the day comes to cast your ballot. If you go to the wrong polling
location, you can't vote. Find out ahead of time.
Never too late to start.