I hadn't intended to vote for either candidate, but in the end good sense prevailed. If I don't like the result am I allowed to complain now?
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I guess so. Isn't complaining by the losing party an American tradition?
I early voted the first week and Mom being over 65 voted via mail. We did our civic duty and I hope everyone else regardless of whom they support, exercise their right to vote as well.
Both my wife and I are over 70 but it is only a mile to the local voting place which is held in a building owned by a local church. We go there and vote.
Glad you did.
We voted absentee ... always felt it was both a privilege and a duty.... I'm reading your post the day after the election....
Yes, I agree, it is both a privilege and a duty.
My sentiments exactly, Dizzy, but aren't the non-voters (it doesn't make any difference - it's all pre-decided anyway) the worst complainers? I voted early!
Yep, if you didn't vote, don't complain. I don't think it was pre-decided. If it were, crooked Hillary would have won.
Joe and I voted early by mail. I wanted to make copies and vote another 20 times.
I asked the guy handing out the literature if I could vote multiple times. Hey, I tried!!
I was truly stunned the way Florida voted. She felt it was in the bag, I'm betting.
My wonder is why all the protests post-election? My early voting was a pleasant, efficient, quick experience. Hoping for good and fairness for all in our future. Wasn't the election held fair and square - shouldn't be protests, angry losers - a bit childish. The people have spoken!