Hey Marylanders, Early Voting Starts This Saturday!

If you live in the state of Maryland, you don’t have to wait to cast your vote until November 6, 2012 because early voting starts Saturday, October 27th.

It doesn’t matter what’s your party affiliation, race, religion, sex etc., exercise one of your most basic fundamental rights as an American and make your voice heard by casting your vote!

Check out the link to the Maryland Board of Elections as well as early voting locations and hours of operation.

Early voting centers will be open from 10 am until 8 pm each day of early voting except on Sundays, early voting centers will be open 12pm to 6pm.

***Visit Maryland Board of Elections for more information and locations. http://elections.state.md.us/voting/early_voting.html

Baltimore County

Towson University
Administrative Building

7720 York Road
Towson, MD 21252

Bloomsbury Community Center
106 Bloomsbury Avenue
Catonsville, MD 21228

Honeygo Community Center
9033 Honeygo Blvd
Perry Hall, MD 21128
North Point Library
1716 Merritt Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21222

Randallstown Community Center
3505 Resource Drive
Randallstown, MD 21133

Baltimore City

Public Safety Training Facility
(Old Pimlico Middle School)
3500 W. Northern Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21215

St. Brigids Parish Center
900 S. East Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Maritime Industries Academy School #431
Rear Entrance
5001 Sinclair Lane
Baltimore, MD 21206

League for People with Disabilities
1111 East Coldspring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21239

Edmondson Westside Sr. High School #400
501 Athol Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229

Mitt Romney Supporters…

If you support Mitt Romney for President of the United States and your own personal income is less than $250k a year, you need to look in the mirror and ask yourself WHY?

He doesn’t support any policy that directly benefits you.

So if it isn’t his stance on policies then what is it??? Be honest with yourself?

Are those convictions SO strong that it justifies going against policies that are in your economic best interest?

Is having an African American President so reprehensible that you will cut-off your nose to spite your face?

Can you look at your children in the face and have an argument to justify your vote?

Mitt Romney doesn’t care about the 99% and he’s hasn’t lied about his position.

He’s back-peddled on every issue he’s ever had just to get votes.

If a man stands for nothing, than he’ll fall for anything. Do we want to put a man in the Oval Office with those morals?

I didn’t agree with Senator John McCain on a number of issues just like Rep. Paul Ryan; but one thing I can say is I respect the fact they truly BELIEVED what they said.

What I can’t respect is a man who will compromise his principles just to win the election. He has NO moral fiber so I don’t respect him.

Think about that when you vote on November 6th.

The Choice is yours America!

Will President Obama Redeem Himself At Tonight’s Presidential Debate?

There were some who despite Mitt Romney’s blatant lies and major flip-flop at the first Presidential debate; criticize the President not being aggressive enough.  It would seem to me the media would have better served their viewers if they put more focus on the lies spewed by Mitt Romney however I guess reporting on facts isn’t a ratings booster.

Now after Vice-President Biden’s stellar performance at the Vice-Presidential debate- which he was criticized for being too aggressive- the pressure on President Obama is heavier than ever.

Will Obama up his game and pin Romney down when the former Governor tries to lie and/or flip-flop on the issues?  Tonight will tell the tale…

Thankful Thursday: Joe Biden’s Sassiness

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Like the rest of America (well, most of America, at least) Thursday night I watched Joe Biden and Paul Ryan duke it out like any old father and his son  any staunchly Democrat and Republican Vice Presidential running mate would. Paul Ryan acted as if he had his shit together, yet looked like a little puppy being scolded when Biden would start frothing at the mouth. My favorite part of the debate? Joe Biden’s passive aggressive smile and sarcastic laugh. Joe Biden’s sassiness is unmatched by anyone in politics… or anyone in the public eye at least. Which is why it’s fitting that kissmysass dedicate a post just to the sassiest man in politics, Mr. Biden.

Let’s be real here. Thursday’s debate was no different than a father quarreling with his adolescent, possibly pre pubescent son. Afterall, Biden’s youngest son, is about the same age as Ryan (42). Earlier this…

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Love for McQueen

Fleur Doré

A legend was born March 17th, 1969 by the name of Lee Alexander McQueen.  Whilst growing up in destitute East London, Lee or later known as Alexander, developed his passion for the fine arts at an early age. Being the youngest of 6 siblings, he was ironically the first child who knew exactly what they had a passion for; his was fashion. Various apprenticeships in subsequent years led him to realize that the arts was something he truly valued. At 16 years old, his fresh skills were spotlighted during an apprenticeship with Savile Row where he learned to perfect his now famous tailored look. During that time, Lee grew his passion for the theater, where he joined the theatrical costumiers Angels and Bermans. It is evident today that his love for dramatic flare shines through his past collections. As a man from humble beginnings, Alexander McQueen has made an…

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Accessories, Accessories, Accessories…

I’ve come to the conclusion I need to lighten things up a bit so I’m adding a new section to my blog.  Yes, I’m actively involved in politics but that’s not my only interest.

I have had a longstanding love affair with fashion and I think adding a commentary about fashion trends to this blog will mix things up a little.

So, on that note, I have a red sleeveless sheath dress I’d like to pair with nude Michael Kors pumps and I want to pair that with a yellow cardigan.  What color should make the accessories?  Should they match the red dress or yellow cardigan?  Help me out?