Skip to comments.Election Day & The Day After: What are you gonna do?
Posted on 09/23/2012 9:25:03 AM PDT by hoagy62
So we know that, as good American citizens, we're all going to get out there and show the world that we care about our country's fate and vote to get that traitorous slime out of OUR White House on November 6th.
However, I'm curious....what're your plans for the day AFTER the election?
For many, they'll vote, watch the results, celebrate Obama's removal from power, and then go to work on Wednesday with a smile on our face. But....what if the results aren't so sanguine?
Is anyone planning on staying home to watch out for "things" that might happen? If Obama supporters (read 'EBT-card carrying deadbeat thugs') in the inner cities across the nation start rioting after Obama's loss, anyone going to to 'call in sick' from work to make sure families are protected?
I'm probably letting my 'tinfoil hat' side out for some exercise here, but is anyone wondering about what MIGHT happen?
I’m going to Disney World. Well, not the day after but shortly thereafter.
Celebrating my oldest grandsons birthday.
The day after the election, I’m going to be nursing my hangover. I’m getting some booze and election night I’m either going to be celebrating or drowning my sorrows.
Same thing I do every day. Try to take over the wold.
Gee, Brain...that sounds fun. Narf!
I’ll either be out buying as much ammo as I can afford OR celebrating the defeat of the ABSOLUTE WORST PRESIDENT we ever had.
I love it, Cripplecreek, you made me laugh out loud.
Try to take over the world, indeed!
If Mittens wins, I will be breathing a bit easier, If King Bozo Overtime wins, plotting a move to Texas, and hope they secede.
May I suggest we all do poll work on Election Day?
No, I haven’t arranged it yet, I suppose I’d better.
I’m a nurse, doing monthly home visits to some ghetto neighborhoods. That week happens to be the week that my ghetto visits are due. I figure things could be bad no matter who wins, so I’m tweaking my schedule to avoid it. If my supervisor insists on me going, I plan to refuse.
I'll watch TV news very late on election night after there is a winner in case riots start then. I'll watch TV news constantly the day after, to see if riots happen or not.
This is a first - before now, have never thought riots would happen after an election - that is what less civilized countries do - until now. Our country is not the country I have known all my long life.
If Romney wins, there will be riots, mass homelessness, and marches on Washington by armies of the unemployed. If Obama wins, there will be all that too, but nobody will know because the media won’t cover it.
“If my supervisor insists on me going, I plan to refuse.”
Unless your supervisor is dead in the head, he/she should understand the danger of going into a ghetto at that time.
Protect your life - you only have one. The ghetto will always be there, you might not be.
I’m gonna go to work just like I’ve been doing for 47 years. The bloodsuckers must get their big macs and cell phones after all.
If (Almighty God forbid it) the usurper wins, do as I will do: fly the Betsy Ross flag, the flag of our first Revolution.
Nothing different than what we had, after the Nov. 2008 Election, which started the accelerated downfall.
Since all of the swing states are in the East, I expect that the tea leaves will be plain to see by 9:30 or so. I'm not looking for widespread riots for a few days or more as it will take that long to gin up a good enough reason to get folks out en masse. I plan to go to bed early to beat the rush...
Depending on the outcome, tuning out of politics for the next 4 years.
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