Don’t vote!

Hey, if you could do me a favor and not vote on Tuesday that would be great.

If you don’t vote, then my vote counts that much more!! And, really, wouldn’t you rather have me decide the fate of the country through my elected representatives than muddying things up with your own choices?

So, please, if you haven’t already done so by getting an absentee ballot or by going out to an early voting location, then don’t mess it up for me by voting tomorrow. The lines are going to be long, and your vote really doesn’t mean anything anyway. If you had voted last time, then all you’d have to show for it is the right to complain about your government. And who needs that? You’re much better of whining about how bad things are without wasting your time trying to make a difference.

No, just let me handle everything.

Trust me. The fewer of you who vote, the better off I’ll we’ll be.

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9 Responses to Don’t vote!

  1. Jules says:

    Damn. If you’d mentioned it three weeks ago, before I sent my ballot in, well I could have / would have obliged you. My trust in your choices is THAT serious.

  2. MJ says:


    What do I care, it’s not like Florida has ever had any impact on an election anyway…

    Vote for ME! (no, really, I mean – me… vote FOR me)

    Wait a minute! I live in California!

  3. Linkmeister says:

    Given what we’re learning about Republican National Committee voter suppression (see here), couldn’t you at least aim that solely at readers who might be inclined to pull the lever for candidates from that party only?

  4. cassie-b says:

    Drat – I should have read this earlier. Too late.


  5. Brian says:

    I voted, just in case you needed a backup.

  6. Ric the Schmuck says:

    We can’t count on your votes, Solly.

    Florida has it all taken care of, they don’t need your participation. Trust in Jeb.

    (mine was cast this morning, on the way to work)

  7. Les says:

    Oops! Too late. I didn’t read this until after I voted. Oh well.

  8. NuggetMaven says:

    The entire electoral process is laughable.

    Choice? What choice? Hobson’s Choice, perhaps.

  9. Solonor says:

    I Voted for Hobson!

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