Sunday, September 12, 2010

Ten Buck Fridays: September 12 - 17

An abbreviated TBF post for now ― I'll add in all the usual bells and whistles when I get back from the 9/12 March! Here's this week's Ten Buck Friday's poll...

*To ensure that your vote is counted, vote before you view results:

Bloggers: Share this poll. Results will be cumulative!

Poll closes 3:00 A.M. Eastern on 9/17


The friendly competition is expected be tough this week. Start promoting your favorite candidate(s) now!

Links to the candidates' websites:

11 comments:

mnrobot said...

Posted!
http://mindnumbedrobot.com/2010/09/12/ten-buck-fridays-september-12-17/2768

Anonymous said...

Why did you reset the poll?!

RightKlik said...

Anon: I haven't reset the poll. I've been deleting votes of those who have voted hundreds of times. One person voted at least 900 times. And it looks like the person used an automated system.

mnrobot said...

Keep 'em honest RK.

P.H. Esser said...

Better than Betty? You Bet! Vote Collett w/o regret.

Bradley said...

Which one is BJ Lawson. Flash player won't display text for me.

Anonymous said...

System? Doubtful. Pretty sure they're just really dedicated to their candidate and have no life.

Chris Gault said...

bj is the 6th one!

Go Lawson!!

Richard Sagers said...

I'm going for O'Donnell. If she wins the primary today, she's going to need the extra money to fight off the Democrats AND the establishment Republicans.

Gonzo411 said...

RK, would you mind expounding on your tag line, "Facts are stupid things."

I tried looking around your blog for an explanation but couldn't find anything.

Regards...

RightKlik said...

Gonzo411: Good question. I started this blog at the apex of Obamamania. My tagline is a sarcastic jab at those who refuse to examine the facts, particularly the facts that relate to Obama's checkered past and his corrupt network of friends. The phrase "Facts are stupid things" originated from Ronald Reagan (1988) who was apparently paraphrasing Samuel Adams, "Facts are stubborn things."

Sometime soon, perhaps on the 2nd anniversary of this blog, I'll be changing the tagline to "Incandescent Conservatism." This will be a tribute to enlightened conservatism and a protest against the incandescent light bulb ban.