George Costanza for President Seinfeld shows the way to save the U.S. economy
Remember “Seinfeld”? It was one of the most successful TV series in the history of American television. The show revolved around Jerry Seinfeld and his buddy George Costanza. George was the ultimate loser. Everything he did was a colossal failure.… Read more ...
After every presidential election, the Federal Election Commission calculates the popular vote for president. Here is the FEC’s tally for 2008. Thanks to Tony Roza for the link.
The FEC doesn’t show any write-ins for presidential candidates unless the state elections office tabulated those write-ins. That is why no write-ins are shown for anyone in Alabama, even though the Secretary of State put up the county write-in tallies on his web page.
On Ralph Nader’s website, a new page has been added to help voters vote. It will help you find the nearest polling place, help you learn how to write Nader’s name in (where that is needed), show you sample ballots, help you check your registration (or register on Election Day), help with early voting, help you if you experience problems when you vote, and help you “safeguard the vote” against election fraud and errors.… Read more ...
If you haven’t already, make sure that you have registered to vote in the November election.Â You can find out your state deadlines for registering here.Â Most are in October, some as early as October 4th.Â You can register to vote here.
It would come as little surprise that the candidate of an openly socialist party would find the economic plans of the leading candidates to be lacking. Here it is in his own words:
Today, Vice Presidential Candidate Stewart A. Alexander attacked the economic programs of Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama and Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain; Alexander dismissed the economic proposals of both candidates as “campaign baiting to win votes.” Alexander says the U.S.