Skip to comments.Shameless Pathetic Vanity! DO WE REALLY HAVE A CHANCE?
Posted on 11/03/2008 3:35:19 PM PST by dormee
I'm making myself sick with worry. I can't drag myself away from FR, can't get anything done and am worried beyond belief! Do you all honestly think we will pull this out? The thought of Obama winning scares the daylights out of me! I know I should ignore the polls but they are weighing me down. I will hit my knees at 9:00 p.m. and pray to our God that we don't get what we really deserve.
Let’s do this:
Snap out of it!
Quit cryin & start prayin!
No, change your diaper and go to sleep.
I’m as anxious as you are. I’m truly, truly hoping that the majority of Americans pull through on this one—the ones who are responsible and pay taxes. Obama may have locked up the ones who pay no taxes and take no responsibility, but they’re hardly the majority!
And the reality is, should McCain not win, we just have to work that much harder in 2010, something I am entirely prepared to do (I’m one of those annoying people that carries the ballot petition every June!).
It'll take your mind off things a bit.
It'll also help us decide whether to call for the zot the next time you post a vanity.
Go to JohnMcCain.com and start making phone calls. It’ll make you feel one hundred percent better.
It’s OK! Vote, get your friends to vote, and pray hard! I really do think we have a good chance. Ignore the polls - they’re part of the Alinksy psychological manipulation plan.
In any case, when McCain wins tomorrow, it’s still not going to be over, because the Dems are going to litigate for weeks if not months. So we will be needing all strong Freepers during this time!
Pray and stay strong.
Don’t believe the polls! They have been manipulated by the liberals!
Keep your spirit high and your faith strong!!!! WE’RE GONNA WIN THIS ELECTION!!!!!
And yes, let’s be praying our butts off for our country! And let’s make sure we ALL VOTE tomorrow!!!!!
And I agree, Obama scares the daylights out of me, too! That’s why we must trust in our Lord to allow a victory for McCain & Palin!!!
Do like I just did and eat your kids Halloween Candy.
LOL! Hysteria and Panic threads should have their own section. So many here have foundations built of sand.
I’m in Florida...there are McCain/Palin signs everywhere along the I-4 corridor. People are voting like crazy.
Look for a big win in Florida tomorrow.
Hispanics are going heavily for McCain in Florida.
Don’t worry friend everything will be alright, that’s a five star guarantee. Nothing has happened yet, and a lot of folks are in for a big surprize (again) tomorrow.
No despair! No back-biting!
I doubt the polls are going to be too far off nationally. My two hopes is
1) that the turnout for the battleground states will not be significantly higher for the democrats because the prior years races already maxed out the possible turnout
2) the Bradley effect is higher in the battleground states.
REMAIN CALM! ALL IS WELL!!!
It will be fine.
Put your time to good use and make calls for McCain. Go to their web site. It’s easy.
For every vote the opposition casts (fake or real) may the children of God cast 40 more for life.
I’m right with you, friend. But consider this posting from the Associated Press (below). Bottom line, very few people have voted yet, and nobody knows what will happen. Plus 80 - 90% of people, disproportionately republican, refuse to respond to pollsters’ calls.
AP Warns: McCain Could Win Electoral College
Monday, November 3, 2008 4:55 PM
WASHINGTON It’s a nightmare scenario for Democrats their nominee Barack Obama winning the popular vote while Republican John McCain ekes out an Electoral College victory. Sure, McCain trails in every recent national poll. Sure, surveys show that Obama leads in the race to reach the requisite 270 electoral votes to win the presidency.
Sure, chances of Republicans retaining the White House are remote.
But some last-minute state polls show the GOP nominee closing the gap in key states Republican turf of Virginia, Florida and Ohio among them, and Democratic-leaning Pennsylvania, too.
If the tightening polls are correct and undecided voters in those states break McCain’s way both big ifs that could make for a repeat of the 2000 heartbreaker for Democrats that gave Republicans the White House.