Vote early. Vote often. Wait. That's only if you're in Chicago. Or if you can get your hands on one of those Diebold machines...
I stole this from the Comedy Central Insider blog:
"Today is the most sacred day in this wonderful theocracy we call democracy. It only comes once a year, and it only matters once every two years. And it only really matters once every four years. Unfortunately, this isn't one of those once-every-four-years years.
However, due to the random absurdity of the political arena, it does kind of sort of matter this year.
Today, we, as a nation, get to decide if we would like to send a strong message to the White House that we are no longer willing to thrust our resources and our soldiers' lives into a war that has been deemed unwinnable, and that we will not sit idly by while our civil liberties are slowly corroded out from underneath us, and that we favor a return to a more moderate form of conservativism.
Or, conversely, we'll get to say that we don't want gay people to get gay married.
So, get out there and vote! We can't wait to see how we really feel."