Tuesday, November 02, 2004

 
They've set aside a conference room for people to watch election results, with a TV on and some cookies. This way no one has to go home. I walked by for some cookies, but they were gone already. I meant to vote, but I didn't get a chance because of a last-minute conference call. I'll vote next time. Of course, I said that last time. Some sanctimonius associate was telling people that if they don't vote, they should be ashamed of themselves. I don't know why he thinks it matters. The companies we represent probably have a much bigger effect on the government than most of the people we vote for anyway. There are people here who shuttle back and forth between the firm and government. They feel guilty making so much money that they feel they have to spend a few years on the poverty level working government hours instead of putting in real hours here.

Comments:
Yeah, those stupid chumps, trying to do good for the public. They are probably married to their first wives. And their kids probably don't hate them. Assholes.
 
What kind of cookies?
 
Public interest work? I would prefer that over having a dirty whore for a wife.

DOH!
 
Hey Anonymous Lawyer, maybe you can start menouvoring to run for office in a few years. Your wife may come back if she has the opportunity to suck up to donors.
 
would you have voted for bush, kerry, or someone else?
 
looks like AL's tax cuts are here to stay
 
"maneuvering"
 
Suck off donors, 12:55, suck off.
 


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