We all did what we can do... Does your conscience bother you?
(Edit: The link from Wired stopped working, so I've changed to the Boston Globe. But this story from the Plain Dealer probably lays out the issues better. Thanks to GrrlScientist for the heads up.)
I walked on the line. I cast my vote. I'm pissed, you can't believe how I'm pissed (OK, I probably know you, and yes you can). But I'll sleep tonight.
But I have a question for 60% of voting Ohioans, and 100% of nonvoting ones...
How does it feel?
How do you like knowing your vote bought a year of freedom for a 42-year old man who thinks it's acceptable to hit a woman over a pack of cigs?
What pro-family message did you send, now that violent criminals can walk right back in the home's front door?
When you look at your daughter across the table tonight and know you made her, or one of her friends, less safe... how's your dinner going to taste?
Was it worth it?
I hope it was worth it.