Vote, Vote, Vote!

Vote, Vote, Vote! October 26, 2012

For most people, politics is way down on the list of priorities…  myself included!  But as the election draws near, I hope you all research the issues and vote on November 6th.

This is a very important election, and we don’t want to mess it up this time around!

Here’s a video of some cute kids that encourages people to vote!  It’s called “Vote for Somebody” and it was done by the fourth graders at Harlem Prep, to the tune of – what else? — “Call Me Maybe.”


 (H/T Waiting for Superman)

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  • James

    Excellent! Thank you for that totally refreshing non partisan encouragement to participant in our election process.

    Now go vote for Obama…lol

  • rob hart

    It’s great to see kids smiling, singing, and enjoying music. I give them two thumbs up!

  • Sheila

    History proves that our economy does better under Democratic leadership. Don’t mess up and give the power back to the people who put us in this mess.

    Vote Obama!

    • James

      Thumbs up! We are on an upward swing, keep the momentum going!

  • Kim Castro

    We got our votes in early Bristol! Praying for a return to moral values! Have a great weekend!

    • Sheila

      Speaking of morality. Its pretty clear how Jesus felt about the sick and the poor vs the money changers.

  • This is a very important election. We need to stop the Chicago politics train and turn this economy around with the Romney/Ryan ticket.

  • I wish I was voting for you Mom…..thanks for reminding me to vote.

  • kim

    i love it! thanks for posting, Bristol!

  • Justine Stewart

    Election Day is on my birthday….boo!!

  • bellagrazi

    Oh my gosh, super cute! I usually don’t like when children are used to sell a political candidate, but this is awesome! Fair & Balanced. PS: I flippin’ love that song! I was really hoping that you’d get the chance to dance to it on DWTS: All-Stars, Bristol. So when Shawn and Derek got that song, I was super excited. But at least you got to dance to one of my other favorite songs – Blow Me (One Last Kiss). The Cha Cha was my favorite dance out of your four dances this season, Bristol. Awesome choreography, Awesome costume, Awesome performance! (and, of course, Awesome song!) You were beautiful, sexy and super confident. That’s our girl!

  • Laura Lucas

    Oh my gosh!! That’s so great!! I love that kids are being taught to care.
    I’m going to be sharing this one everyone.
    If you get to this & read my comment, I’d really appreciate if you could check out my blog…
    We’re on a mission to find people & having eyes on it would help!!

  • Bree Merr

    Early voting in TX and took advantage of it. Rep. got our votes and looking for a real change. Back to morality, fiscal discipline, and dignity in D.C.

    • Sheila

      Back to “Fiscal Discipline”? Since when has your side displayed fiscal discipline? Bush spent money like a drunken sailor. As far as morality goes if your talking about abortion surely you don’t really think republicans are going to do something about this do you? This is the one issue they can galvanize the party around. They don’t want it to EVER go away. And as far as dignity…while you may not like the current Presidents policies he has acted dignified and has a lovely family. For lack of dignity look at your own side who put their quest for power above American’s need during the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Shame on them. And shame on the tea party for driving the moderates out of office. And based on congresses approval rating it sounds like the majority of our nation agrees with me.

      • Huntingmoose

        Go F*** , I mean loose your virginity for Obama. Go troll somewhere else

        Nobody mentions Bush here so crawl back and troll around somewhere else with your fascist Lying and misleading Obama buddies. Have you not rounded up enough non citizen somali who do not even speak english and driven them to early voting booth like you disgusting democratic ‘translators’ in Ohio?

      • Elizabeth

        Sheila, Your comments are out of place on this site, but they need addressing. Stating that President Obama is dignified defies logic. Yes, he is well spoken at times and has the ability to mesmerize a crowed. However, a dignified president would not use profanity to describe his opponent. He would also not ignore his presidential duties to appear on talk shows or appear at fundraisers in Vegas after one of his ambassadors is killed. A dignified president would not blame terrorist attacks on an internet video no one had heard of prior to the September 11 attacks. (It had been posted in July.) Additionally, your accusation that the economic crisis and Congress’s low approval ratings are soley the fault of the Republicans is without merit. For the past four years, the Democrats have controlled the Senate and the Presidency; for two years, they also controlled the House. The Democratic-controlled Senate has not passed a budget in over three years, something they are required to do by the Constitution. What is needed is for everyone to step back, look at the records of each individual running, and make decisions based on facts and not partisan politics.

        • Sheila

          Bush: “Now watch this drive.” On August 4, 2002 — several months after the United States began bombing Afghanistan — Bush was filmed speaking to reporters on the golf course. Immediately after denouncing a suicide bombing in Israel, Bush said: “Now watch this drive,” then took a swing.

        • Halle

          Watch Fox news much?

  • meloryscott

    Tell ’em Sheila. As Vice Pesident Biden said yesterday, Romney is going to add five hundred trillion dollars to our debt! Five Hundred Trillion dollars!!

    The President acted so dignified, he even refused to send help for our Embasssador and staff in Libia, even as he was watching on video the attack taking place in real time from the Situation Room. Obama/Biden 2012. The majority of our nation agrees with you Sheila!

  • Gregory Russo

    Great Video Bristol.

    I thought This was bristol palin’s blog. The palin are deinately not Obama/Biden supporters. Why would anyonw think other wise. From the Demmocratic Convention Senatar Kerry Mocking Bristol’s Mom, Then Biden ridculed Bristols Mom during the VP Debate. Bristol has critized The current White House for the Numerous Hate towards the Palin Family.

    I support the entire Palin Family. I think that Romney/Ryan will be much supportive of the Palin family.
    Remember to Vote Bristol or send in your Ballot absentee this time. Please vote for Romney and Ryan and other Alaska U.S. Congressional delegation

  • David

    Obama Biden 2012!

  • Joseph

    That was really cute; I liked it!

  • Really?

    Why do you think “Get Out the Vote” is so politically popular on both sides of the aisle? Because most voters are clueless enough to think that Obama vs. Romney actually represents a ‘choice’.

    Where it really matters, the both represent the same things: more war, more police state, more bailouts, entitlements, and deficit spending. Sure, a Romney presidency would only have tripped and fumbled towards the edge of the abyss, whereas Obama’s heading there at an all-out sprint.

    But it’s happening either way, so we might as well get it over with.