One good thing about it being election day is that there won’t be any more robo-calls from Ann Romney or the super-PACs, or any more Obamanoid canvassers knocking on my door to make sure I know where my polling place is. I noticed that most of these were targeted specifically at me, and I can only assume that it’s because I’m a registered independent and therefore, in theory, my vote is up for grabs. So since my vote is apparently such a sought-after commodity, I’m thinking that maybe I should consider taking monetary offers. Not bribes, really. More like donations, or, even better, “contributions.” Of course both campaigns are welcome to contribute, so I can’t make any promises. All I’ll say is that your generosity, or lack thereof, may be taken into consideration when I’m inside the booth (if I bother to go, that is). Some come on by. I’ll be accepting checks or money orders right up until the polls close this evening. Remember, freedom isn’t free.
On the radio this morning, I heard that today’s primary elections will gauge the level of “anti-establishment” sentiment among the electorate. Which makes me wonder, how does voting for one establishment candidate instead of another establishment candidate count as voting against the establishment?