Love the toilet emoticon!
It's yours, wait - I don't own it, oh take it anyway (until the link don't work no more)!
Good Morning Bill,
I haven't had much luck on the better model business yet.
Number 2 was worse but I don't want to spoil your Christmas with details! LOL Let's just say he is a goner too and thank heavens he's too darn lazy to vote!
My Number two was a #2 also. And #3 is a true keeper. Now I know why people get married. I get more in love everyday. Of course, I'm a little better too-ha!
AND I thought george bu$h had all the arrogance! hehehe
Congrats! And good for you & #3.
I swiped your Jefferson quote for my collection and I know just the rascal at Abuzz to post it to!!
1992 Massachusetts Democratic Primary: Jerry Brown
1992 General Election: Bill Clinton (my last choice amongst the '92 Democratic field)
My first vote was for LBJ in 1964 after I had graduated from college under the Army Student Nurse program to help me financially. I voted for him because I thought Barry Goldwater was a warmonger and LBJ would keep us out of war. Well, let me put it this way....I was a 1st Lieutenant ANC on a slow boat to the South China Sea by July of 1965! Oh, was I wrong about that one.
I just missed being old enough to vote in '72. My first vote for President was Gerald Ford in '76. He is also the only incumbent President I have ever touched. He shook my hand at a campaign rally during the '76 campaign. There was high security even back then- the Secret Service preceded him down the line and searched the people he was about to shake hands with. Put their hands in my pockets to see if I was hiding a gun. Musta thought after Squeaky Fromme and Sarah Jane Moore there was no reason to take chances.
My first vote
was in the 1997 General Election in the UK. I voted in Montgomeryshire constituency for Mr. Lembit Opik ( Liberal Democrat and he won with a handsome majority. The Prime Minister wasn't standing in my seat.
Jimmy Crack Corn and I Don't Care Carter. 1976
My dad put me in the car and drove me to the polls (and told me how to vote, by the by.)
We all went in Reagan's column 4 years later, after malaise, economic hell, gas lines, and the humiliation of our 'military blunder' in the Iranian desert.
Last Democrat to get my vote.