If I could vote…

November 2, 2008 at 5:43 PM 6 comments

I usually try to stay far far away from politics. But here are my views on the twelve propositions that will voted upon on November 4, deciding California’s future.

Proposition 1A: Maybe

It would be wonderful to have a high-speed train. But are we sure we have the money to do this right now with all the economic difficulties? Maybe they should postpone this proposition until next year.

Proposition 2: NO

Heck no! This is actually the main reason why I wrote this post. This would mean that meat would become more expensive, and that would not make me happy. What difference does it make if the animals are going to be turned into food anyways? And it’s not like we have the money to do this.

Proposition 3: Maybe

Like Prop 1, this would be nice, but again, the money.

Proposition 4: YES

If you decide you’re going to have sex, you know that it might result in a baby and should have taken precautions. Even then, you should know that those precautions are not one hundred percent effective. It’s your own risk. Rape is another thing, of course. But at least you can have an abortion – it should not be illegal.

Proposition 5: NO

Drugs are bad. What’s the matter with you? You’re not gonna get off easily. The rehab part’s nice, but still, no.

Proposition 6: Maybe

It would be nice to be safer, but then the money from jail upkeep because of stricter laws may be money we don’t have. Besides, if it’s not already a law it couldn’t be that serious, could it?

Proposition 7: YES

Saving the earth? I’m up for it.

Proposition 8: Maybe

I wouldn’t want to have to learn about gay marriage in school. However, absoluting making homosexual and even faux-homosexual marriage illegal seems a bit harsh. If I had to choose though, I’d vote yes.

Proposition 9: Maybe

I really don’t care what happens here.

Proposition 10: Maybe

Saving the earth is great, but like before, we’re having some money problems, so now’s not the best time.

Proposition 11: Maybe

Don’t think it seems to matter what happens. Probably vote no, though.

Proposition 12: Maybe

Veterans are always getting ripped off, so we should help them. However, money issues…

For more voting information, go to California Voter Guide – Secretary of State.

Note: The preceding opinions are meant to influence your decisions on voting. However, please remember that you should vote for what you think is best and use your own judgment. Above all, you should vote – it’s part of being a responsible citizen.


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6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dont ask me for my name  |  November 3, 2008 at 1:12 AM

    Regarding Proposition 2:
    The fact that the animals will eventually end up on your plates is completely true. However, this proposition does not only stress well being of the animal, but also the well being of you. Animals that are treated well are healthier and better tasting (think Kobe beef). Yeah, you may not care, but just wait until the bird flu or mad cow disease ends up on your medium-rare filet.

    Also, after reading your comments on proposition 4, I get this notion that you raped someone.

  • 2. Yeena :D  |  November 3, 2008 at 10:06 PM

    i agree with the person above.
    stole the words right from my lips, especially regarding PROP2.

    here are my views on the propositions, if you haven’t read them.

  • 3. Dont ask me for my name  |  November 4, 2008 at 11:21 PM

    This blog post is titled “If i could vote…”

    You listed every proposition. You said that you would vote maybe for 1A, 3, 6, 8-12 if you could vote.

    Is Maybe a choice?

  • 4. Alex  |  November 4, 2008 at 11:32 PM

    Money seems to be a major issue affecting many of your decisions. Why do you worry about the ailing economy?

    and also, Did you really rape someone?

  • 5. moufflets  |  November 6, 2008 at 12:12 AM

    NO i did not rape someone. Sorry for any misconceptions there.

    I worry about the ailing economy because the debt will fall onto us.

  • 6. Dr. Joesph Dolley, MD.,  |  November 15, 2008 at 10:54 PM

    Proposition 8 does not require educators to teach gay marriage. Heck, it doesn’t have anything to do with education. Prop 8 just defines marriage.

    Commentor 3 is so right.


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