Monday, November 01, 2004

When Bush wins the Election tomorrow

Things won't change much.

I'll still have a job.
I'll still have health care.
A terrorist won't blow up the space needle on Wednesday morning.
I'm not going to get drafted.
My taxes might go up or down...but not enough for me to notice it in my paycheck every two weeks.
No one is going to start drilling for oil or clear cutting the trees down the street from my house.
I don't have any kids, but the education of my nieces and nephews won't get any worse. They'll graduate high school before any changes put into place in the next 4 years take effect anyway.
I'll still be fortunate enough to be able to get married while drunk in Las Vegas to a girl I met 3 minutes earlier because I'm straight and the government will always recognize the sanctity of that holy institution.
My right to choose an abortion won't change because men HAVE no rights where abortions are concerned anyway.
Social Security still won't matter to me for at least another 35 years.

And guess what? It's the exact same thing that's going to happen if Kerry wins.
Yup. Life is going to be pretty much the same for me and most everyone just like me.

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