November 3, 2020
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So here we are, four years later, and another election where we tell ourselves “this is the most important election of our lives”. And yet I think it is. Let’s go into Tuesday with our hopes held high, regardless of the outcome. No matter who wins we have a lot of work to do. Get involved in this great American experiment. Get to have a working knowledge of the US Constitution, as well as your state Constitution. Know who your elected representatives are and hold them accountable, regularly.
If you’re going to be watching the results tonight, please be wary of the “blue mirage”. Most mail-in ballots are from Democrats, so it’s going to look like Biden is in the lead and will win the state, just to have much of that lead disappear once the election day-cast ballots are counted.
Take a deep breath, it’s going to be a long night.
I’m going to be watching North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Michigan and Wisconsin. These are the states that can throw the election from one candidate to the other.
There’s more I could say about this (and I have to my students), but you’re an adult, and you know we have to be patient.
Enjoy the ride.
I’m So Bored With The USA: The Clash
Blowfly for President: Blowfly
South Park Vote Song
Eric B Is President: Eric B and Rakim
Message From Our Sponsor: Jello Biafra
Nazi Punks Fuck Off: Dead Kennedys
This Is Not Normal: Negativland
Funky President: James Brown
Don’t Worry (If There’s A Hell Below, We’re All Gonna Go): Curtis Mayfield
C’Mon Man (Joe Biden remix): WTFBRAHH
When The Revolution Comes: The Last Poets
The Way of the World: Flipper
Deep in the Heart of a Racist Nation: MDC
Freedom of Choice: Devo
Vote or Die: South Park
I’m A Conservative: Iggy Pop
White Minority: Black Flag
Absolute Dissent: Killing Joke
It Is What It Is (Donald Trump remix): WTFBRAHH
Science: Flat Earthers
Alright: Kendrick Lamar
Masters of War: Bob Dylan
Fortunate Son: Creedence Clearwater Revival
All The Madmen: David Bowie
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong