Oh, for heaven's sake—did you believe that for even a minute? This being Berkeley and all?
But whereas I thought it would be sort of funny if ONE person in Berkeley voted for Mitt, it just couldn't be me. He's too much of a Ken doll, and he smiles while he says not nice things about people.
Then again, the mayor of San Francisco is the biggest Ken doll of all (see the similarities here?), and I think he's done a fine job of governing that city. No, it's not a matter of plastic hair. But then I hardly need to explain that, right?
Husband and I have permanent absentee ballots, which we walked into the polling place because we dithered over our choices for so long. We voted no on all propositions. The three Indian gaming ones had us scratching our heads for a while, but whereas it disturbed us to be voting with large Las Vegas gaming companies who funded the opposition, we decided expanding this business, which has been so anti-labor was not a good idea. We might of considered if it were clear that money raised would give education a big shot in the arm, but this wasn't the case.
But was it to be Hillary or Barack? This is what caused us much consternation. Really, either would be fine with us, but what we really want is BOTH. On one ticket. Together. And the only way we can see this happening is with her on the top of the ticket. Plus I think her healthcare plan would be more inclusive. And I think she will be better able to challenge McCain on the experience issue in the general election.
So there you have it. An impossible dream? Maybe, but when asked about this possibility, she DID NOT SAY NO. So doesn't that mean maybe?