Not a lot to say today other than that I am in a state of not-necessarily-not-high anxiety about the chaos that has been thrown into the election process by Hurricane Sandy and the voter suppression efforts across the land and what they might mean for the possibility of a second Obama term. I’ll no doubt be getting around to posting my latest from Open Zion at some point today, but honestly, I’ve been so in knots about the election and the unfolding post-storm disaster that I don’t have a lot of anxiety to spare for the thing I’m paid to anxious about. I’ve been told by people whose instincts I trust to chill the fuck out, he’s got this, but I’ll only be able to do that on Wednesday morning. Unless the whole thing’s been thrown to the Republicans running seven different states or possibly the US Senate and House (oh look, just by typing those two options out, I’ve brought back the nausea! Huzzah!).
Anyhoo. I’m nervous, is what I’m saying, and too nervous to make much sense. So this is today’s post, for now. Sorry.