Skip to comments.Most Historic Election of my Lifetime
Posted on 11/01/2010 5:43:14 PM PDT by originalbuckeye
Tomorrow I will be voting in the Most Historic Election of my Lifetime! The Republicans are expected to have their highest majority in the House in over a century! Who's with me?
>> Tomorrow I will be voting in the Most Historic Election of my Lifetime!
Just so I can put it in perspective, what was the FIRST election in which you voted?
I’m with you but have already voted.
I’m with you but have already voted.
Historic yes but not as it seems. It will be the greatest election theft by the democrats since the beginning of the country. What they cant win they will steal. They did it before will do it again, only better.
I think this will be the the most historic in the history of the nation. They will be saying “This never happened before”.
Electing a fraudulent, non-American who lied to the entire country about his religion, and who got his capos to try to bury Joe the Plumber when he was on the verge of being exposed was pretty historic.
This will be just the first of several elections that will be required to undo the damage that el schmucko is going to continue to unleash on the world until he is squashed like the political bug he is.
So have I.
I voted most conservative across the board.
I’m with you!
I’ve already voted here in North Carolina... straight Republican.
I couldn't vote in 1968 because I was only 18, then when I turned 21 in 1971, they dropped the voting age to 18!
The unspoken Obama mandate.
But, lest we get fooled again....
Gotta get Senator Madam out of office and keep Jerry Clown out.
I actually have money riding on this. My colleagues in the rail advocacy game (freight & passenger) all retired from that game with me when Obama was elected. One is a devout evangelical Republican. The other is a "Scoop Jackson" Democrat who has written books on the national parks and the railroads; Ken Burns featured him as one of the talking heads on his national park series on PBS. (He is slowly changing before my eyes into a Tea Party Republican.) We lunch monthly and made a bet on tomorrow's events. The Scoop Jackson Democrat took a less exuberant view of what is going to happen, and the Republican took an even less exuberant view. We made a bet to be collected at our next lunch after the election in the form of the winner getting a free lunch. The net effect is that I have around $50 on this because the place we go to for lunch is pretty classy.
We'll see if I'm out of my mind or not.
My first Presidential election was 1956..I voted for Ike.
I have voted already..couldn’t wait to vote !
I’m too old to expect miracles with a dem President and possibly dem Senate..I do expect the brakes to be applied to out of control spending.
I do expect moaning and groaning over the impossibility of reversing Obamacare immediately.
I think my dim representative, Chet Edwarrds, is going down..finally..THAT really excites me!
It looks to be a very big change in Congress.
The 94 Republican change was after 40 years of a Dim Congress..and it was breathtakingly wonderful for me.
A first in my voting lifetime.
The Bush tax cuts will expire before the new members are seated...lame ducks will decide IIRC...Bummer
I voted in California for Barry Goldwater in 1964; am proud to say I’m now a 20-yr. resident of his state!
it will be the 2nd historic one for me. I participated in the ‘94 election. truly historic both of these. Thank God for democracy.
Couldn't vote for Goldwater in '64 as I was only 14 but I did see him speak at a rally then, my first.
They can’t steal what isn’t close-and it won’t be close.
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