I Caucused So Hard…

For those living under a rock there was a causcus here in TX on Tuesday. If this is a surprise quit reading blogs and go read a newspaper. Now.

So I go and vote Tuesday morning and go back @ 7:15pm for my local caucus. It was crowed and only a tiny bit disorganized, but no where near what some were. (And I suspect we’re only hearing about those because some people wish to play up election problems, but that’s a different rant.)

Now for those that have met me in person (and those that can read between the lines of what I write) I just can not keep my mouth shut. It’s like some evil demon of know-it-allness takes over.

So what did my mouth get me into this time?

I’m going to the Harris county convention as a delegate. Oh and I also submitted a resolution about Warrentless Wiretaping. And I got up and spoke a couple other times too about other resolutions.

I took Winston with me, I figured it would be a good civics lesson for him. At the very least it was a lesson in what happens when you don’t sit down and be quiet.

I’d also like to thank everyone for their kind thoughts. They really do help. Grandma’s funeral is today and I’m hoping that I’ll get out of the funk I’m in soon. More likely I just need to work up the motivation to get myself back to normal… Anyway no stitching, but I am going to try to get back to that today. I think if I just start acting like I should it’ll get easier. And I’ll take off these 3lbs I’ve eaten myself back into also.

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2 Responses to I Caucused So Hard…

  1. Suz says:

    I, for one, don’t doubt the claims of the insanity at the caucuses. I went to my precinct caucus at 7:30. I was there for almost two hours. I never even got to vote, because I had to be home because DH had an appointment at 9:30 that night. He was at the caucus earlier than me and didn’t stay quite so long (hour and a half). The entire time it was crowded as all get out and complete mayhem. They had to call district leaders and all kinds of stuff. Most of it seemed to be due to the *ahem* confusion (or stupidity, probably stupidity) of the people who were there. I don’t know how many times I heard a group of disorganized “I don’t understand…” “Explain it again” and whatnot. My coworkers and buddies who went to their precincts report similar scenes of mayhem and madness. I never want to live through *that* again.

  2. Melissa says:

    How exciting to be a delegate! Kick their asses! At least, I think that’s the type of good wishes one conveys in this situation. LOL

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