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5 Nov

Seal Of The President Of The United States Of ...

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...
speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on February 11, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Official photographic portrait of US President...

Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Seal of the President of the United S...

English: Seal of the President of the United States Español: Escudo del Presidente de los Estados Unidos Македонски: Печат на Претседателот на Соединетите Американски Држави. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I want to take a moment out and thank all of you who asked about my health. I truly appreciate that. I even received a message regarding my writing  about my personal ordeal, and the sharing of it, with others. I did it in the hopes that somebody might see the symptoms, and get help immediately. Some people will never experience internal  bleeding, while others will experience it for the first time. Although this was some very personal for me, I couldn’t keep this information to myself. I am not that way.  Thank you again, for contacting me, and for giving me your two-cents. It made me feel better. I have a long road ahead of me, but I plan to get better.

Well, it’s finally here. Election Day in the United States. We vote for a President. Either a new one, or the existing one. In a race this close, the pundits are having a hard time trying to call a winner. They will have to wait like the rest of us until tomorrow. I’ll be glad when the whole thing is over. I am tired of seeing all  the ads run on TV, and listening to all the messages about why I should vote for this proposition, or that one. Personally, I voted by mail two weeks ago, and made all my decisions already.  And no, I am not going to tell you who I voted for. Let’s just say that I chose a leader that feels the same way that I do on certain issues.

On another note, you would think that my local registrar would stop sending a ballot to my daughter that  passed away in 2005. I took a few moments out of my day to phone them and  let them know this, and they told me that in order for them to stop sending her voting information, that I would have to go down to their office, and provide them with  a copy of her death certificate. They are the same people who have access to birth, and death certificates. They can just pull up this information on the computer, and save me a trip. But no… they want to make it as difficult on me as possible. Then we wonder why our government agencies are so inefficient. So, I let it go. If they want to continue wasting tax dollar funds by doing this, after they can fix it so easily and in minutes, then so be it. Let them have fun. I’m sure somewhere down the road, they will finally catch their mistake. The only problem is, how many years will that take, I wonder. Makes you think.

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