Digital TV Transition

So I just found out the House of Rep approved the delay of the Digital TV Transition. I think this is kinda funny because all I hear about is that the Digital TV Transition is February 17. I understand that some people may not be able to afford them and that the Fed money ran out last month but I saw/heard some Representatives saying people may have not heard about it.

So this made me think “really you haven’t heard about the digital TV transition?” how, I don’t even watch the local news that often and I knew. Anyways looks like we are going to wait until June 12th now. Okay well let’s hope people and the government gets it together by then.

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ATTN: Virginia Voters

ATTN: Virginia Voters

Please go and vote today! It is important that all registered voters vote. During the elections your vote counts!

So get up and go vote. Vote during your lunch break, vote after work, vote whenever but just VOTE!

Guiliani and Edwards out…

I was very sad to hear about these two gentlemen dropping out of the race for the White House…

Guiliani and Edwards both announced they were pulling out after Tuesday night’s Florida Polls came in…

Here’s some clips from a news article I was reading…

On the Republican side, Giuliani’s endorsement of John McCain figures to help the Arizona senator. But it might be hard to tell how much, because McCain already was on a roll and Giuliani had been bleeding support for weeks.

Whatever influence Giuliani retains should help McCain in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, all of which vote Tuesday. In delivering his endorsement Wednesday, Giuliani said he would be happy to campaign for the Arizona senator in those three states or anywhere else.

For Democrats, analysts Wednesday were arguing that Clinton would receive a modest boost from Edwards’ decision. Others were making equally plausible arguments that Obama would benefit.

The evidence, such as it is, is far from conclusive.

Well it sounds like the race is coming down to a couple of major players on each side…

Democrats: Obama and Clinton

Republicans: McCain, Huckabee, Romney, and Paul

Guess we just have to wait and see who else drops out…