Midterm Elections

The Good News:

The Quaker Oats Lady went down in flames.
The bloated corporate plutocrat took her demon sheep and flocked off.
The redistricting maniacs won’t be able to divide and redivide the state at will to suit themselves.
Out of state oil companies didn’t convince us to sacrifice our air quality for their convenience.
The state no longer needs a supermajority to pass a budget.

The bad news:

The national parks won’t get their increased funding, and the voters have decided that their bankrupt, crime-ridden state can do without the Massive Tourist Cash Injection and Huge Drop in Crime that would have resulted from legalizing marijuana.

All in all, it could be worse, I suppose.

Published by jfaraday

Jess Faraday is an award-winning author of historical suspense.

2 thoughts on “Midterm Elections

  1. I heard the Pot Vote was 54% against, 46% for, which is pretty dang close. The guys on the morning show I listen to were remarking that if it had passed, it would have had a huge impact on the economy of where I live, because of our – er – large presence in the Illegal Pot industry. 😀

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