I should be at the Norwalk office volunteering for Ned Lamont, but the friend I'm staying with had major plumbing problems yesterday and so I'm here baby sitting the plumbers while she heads out of town on a business trip. With nothing else to do, I decided to experiment with making a political ringtone for my cell phone. I've met with some success and while I'm here listening to the banging on the pipes I'd be happy to create political ringtones for your favorite race. Post a comment with the text you'd like to have and I'll work on getting an audio file created and uploaded for you.
Ringtones below the fold.
Ever since I heard about these over this last year I've wanted to get one. Unfortunately my cell phone at the time wouldn't let me use MP3's so I was stuck with silly old music. But now I have this wonderful ringtone I'm using while I'm in Connecticut for the next week. It's Joseph Lieberman in his own voice from 18 years ago. I guess what comes around goes around.
Here are some other generic ringtones you can use until election. Right click on the links below and then choose download to your computer.
Flush Congress (UK female voice). Flush Congress (US female voice). When Nancy Pelosi said we need to drain the swamp there were several people who pointed out that we are supposed to be for protecting wetlands. Instead of drain the swamp let's flush the toilet of corruption, the Republican leadership in Congress.
Joseph Lieberman in his own voice calling for a change in elected officials from 18 years ago. Vote for Ned Lamont.
Vote Tuesday, November seventh for Ned Lamont (UK female voice).
Vote Tuesday, November seventh for Ned Lamont (US female voice).
Vote Tuesday, November seventh for Ned Lamont (US female voice 2).
I'll keep an eye on the comments off and on for the next couple of hours while the plumbers are still here. When I get back to Florida, I'll put up a permanent ringtone page on my blog at www.ThisIsWhatDemocracyLooksLike.com.