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A Little Night Music

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All right, sports fans -- here we are at last. The battle to become the least popular president is history is almost over. Either way, history will be made -- the first female president, or the first person to rise to the highest office in the land with absolutely zero previous political experience. That still slays me.

I heard some poll analysis earlier today because, well, you cannot escape this nightmare even for a few minutes, and Trump and Clinton are still polling almost exactly the same as they were right after the primaries.

Yup. All that wasted time, energy, and money on debates and ads and bodyguards ... nothing moved the needle. Emails, sexual assault -- didn't matter. Wow. There's six months we'll never get back.

So what is left to say, other than get out there tomorrow and do what you have to do to be able to live with your decision come Wednesday. Take one from Susan Sarandon and vote Trump to hasten the revolution. Vote Jill Stein in hopes of getting the Green Party federal funding. Vote Hillary to stop the Trump machine. Just vote.

Here's a little inspirational voting music from one of our very own near and dear contributors -- Karl Childers:

EVE OF FASCISM

(to the tune of Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction")

These United States are so divided
The masses misinformed and many are misguided
Distrust and disdain are the choices we're provided
So you want to be free to vote without being derided
But the fate of the world may tomorrow be decided

But you tell me
You won't hold your nose when you vote again my friend
Ah, you can't concieve
We're on the Eve of Fascism

I'm begging of you please, don't take this the wrong way
When you wake up in the morning in a different USA
And your conscience may be clear, but just for a day
'cause there won't be many tomorrows
When the Climate agreements go away
So let it play it out, it's bound to freak you out

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Kathy never expected a career in radio as a talk show producer. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Kathy was completing her nursing degree when in 2001 - in an emergency - she was asked to fill in as the producer of Mike's program. Within a few (more...)
 
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