Tag Archives | Election 2008

Election Day Countdown: 9 days to go

All of us here at Casa Imaginaria have taken a wee bit sick this weekend, so I'm going to keep tonight's update short and sweet and save most of the juicy bits for tomorrow. Tonight I've got to tell you something. Remember my uber Republican father I told you about? He forwarded me an email […]

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Election Day Countdown: 11 days to go

It's Friday night so I'm going to keep this one brief, and I might take a break from the countdown on Saturday, unless something REALLY GOOD happens. So far, things are looking good for the good guys. And with only one week left in October, the odds of a proverbial October Surprise seem like they're […]

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Election Day Countdown: 12 days to go

12 more days till we know who our next president is! 12 more days!! Today's pre-election news includes exciting endorsements, a bemusing lack of team spirit, a questionable (at best) attack, a fantasic song, and some very exciting pie charts. Let's begin, shall we? Not surprising, but certainly eloquent. The New York Times unreservedly endorses […]

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Election Day Countdown: 13 days to go

13 days to go. Today I've been thinking that behind every liberal-thinking, blue-state living pal I know, there's at least one rabidly conservative relation. In my case, it's my father, who sadly lives in the swing-state of Florida where his vote actually make a difference. This man–who raised me and makes up half my genetic […]

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Election Day Countdown: 14 days to go

Whoops — I missed my nightly Election Countdown check-in last night, because our Internet access was hosed. Sorry about that! With no access to the Internets, I had time to contemplate the two-week mark: in two short weeks, we will know who the next President of the United States is. No more obsessive checking of […]

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Election 2008 Countdown: 15 days to go

As election day draws closer and the numbers continue to poll in Obama's favor, the uglies are getting uglier. First up, the not-entirely-unpredictable-yet-still-disheartening reaction of (so-called) right to Colin Powell's endorsement of Obama. No matter how much admiration he's earned from the Republicans in the past — and no matter how eloquent his words were, […]

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