I had to race home to make it to my precinct before it closed, but, I somehow managed to make it right as they made the cut-off. Unfortunately, I was one of only a few that took the primary election seriously.
Two reasons not to vote for Harris Miller.
One, don't trust a guy with two last names. Two, this.
Of course, the discussion with Ted got a little more abstract, and a little more serious:
Dara: Ted, are you ignoring us today? Did we upset you yesterday?
Have you voted or are you voting in the primary? Who should we vote for?
And, are you more likely to become a homo or a Republican?
Ted: I was working! No, I am not ignoring you -- and you should know it takes a WHOLE lot to offend me.
I voted this morning, for Jim Webb. It's a no-brainer.
Great question. Republican.
Ted: I hadn't seen this quote until today. Calling your opponent the "anti-christ of outsourcing" gives an automatic endorsement.
Update: Webb won. Of course it doesn't get easier for him -- or as Justin e-mailed earlier today, "This is just a race to lose to George Allen."