Skip to comments.The Latest From Inside McCain HQ (Battleground states moving "hard" and "fast"for McCain)
Posted on 11/04/2008 9:50:31 AM PST by nhwingut
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Keep it coming!
Any positive reports from the other side, besides the thugs in Philly?
TV obviously was not in the living rooms of Americans during FDR’s time.
So I would change your answer from train to ‘time machine’ or ‘transport beam’ etc.
Biden is really really dumb. And I mean that with all respect.
I agree with the OH/PA analysis, but I question whether VA/OH is still valid. VA is so “top heavy” in the north with DC Beltway libs, immigrants, and other assorted socialists that I think it’s going more the way of MD. We may still pull it out this year, but it’s getting bluer and bluer every day.
“...is your group considered liberal?...”
I would say yes, in general and under normal circumstances. I’m definitely the only conservative and the only one who voted for Bush 4 years ago.
I live right on the NY/PA border. I voted in NY this morning and brought someone else to the polls and there was barely anyone at the polls.
Two PA friends of mine claimed they waited in line for 40 minutes, longer than ever before, and the people in line weren’t what you’d think were Obama voters.
Of course, this is rural Pennsylvania. We can only hope it offsets Philthadelphia and the urban areas of Pittsburgh. Let’s hope they’re well versed in Obama’s coal strategy.
Really? So you’re confident on FL, VA, NC, CO, and NV?
do what we did
move out of a liberal state like moved out of MA
our votes do not count there
move to a red state like VA,NH,NC,FL,NM,AZ
keep those states red and stop giving money to liberals
No time for that. McCain's victory is just one hurtle passed, not and "all clear," signal. Moveon, ACORN, etc. need to be exposed and permanently linked to the Democratic party before they Bushify McCain. A McCain win will only be a short reprieve. Time to go on the offense and push back the growing socialistic tendencies in DC. The last thing we need is a reversion to the Bob Michael era.
By the time this ends tonight I will have gained five pounds in nervous eating..........I started off this morning with a griled cheese sandwich & soup at 5 am, a few cookies at 8, I did have a reheated Lean Cuisine for lunch LOL) and now a large plate of nachos & salsa - a lot of food in one day for someone who weighs 100 lbs.
How many calories in a glass of wine? I think 100 or so.. so maybe after the sun goes down a bit more.
“Gun and Bible Clinger types, and Joe the Plumber types, wont be none too happy hearing that the Black Panthers are barricading polls in Philly...”
Doesn’t matter in Philly. How many whites live there anymore?
He works very hard at it. How else to explain a near perfect record of being on the wrong side of every foreign policy issue in the last 30 years. And this passes as being the Democrat foreign policy expert!
Yeah . . . here too. However I entertained myself (since my wait was 3 times that of other voting years) by trying to read those exiting the voting booth. The smug I figured were Obama supporters. The proud Americans . . . McCain/Palin supporters. ;-)
“If Obama takes PA and OH he can win. If he doesnt take them both, it will be next to impossible for him.”
—wrong - he can win without taking PA but must win OH and FL. Of course he will have to win NV, CO and (fill in the blank)
What?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!!??!?!?!??!?!?!!? If McCain wins PA, OH, FL and VA you can go to bed. Same thing if the Obamessiah wins all four (which will NOT occur).
I’m in CA and voted for McCain this morning to counteract an 0bamazombie vote. I know our guy can’t win the state, but every vote counts in the “popular vote” argument that’s sure to arise.
Anyone considering staying home today, please change your mind and go vote for McCain/Palin to send a message.
Thank you for your analysis. I don't mean to pick at it, rather I think you'll agree with me that this is a time for Pennsylvania where an alignment of gravitational forces are making their vote much more similar to Ohio's than five points.
Let’s keep praying, folks.
I think HE is listening.
We need to run up the score. I heartily agree.
It most assuredly is in play. McCain/Palin haven't been campaigning up there for nothing.
Anecdote after anecdote all over the country points to MASSIVE turnout in GOP areas.
With a possible record high turnout it may take a lot longer to get the eastern states counted tonight.
I’m not a licensed architect but I do have a BS degree in Architecture from a private school in Michigan.
To give you an example, one of our studio projects that we had to design was a monument to the Kent State massacre. As an outspoken conservative I can assure you it was four years of hell. That was in 1992-1996 or so I can only imagine what its like now.
Another observation: Despite the constant talk about racism there were only 2-3 black students in the program at the time.
Absolutely. It will either be a night of elation and joy or total despondency. Booze goes well with either of those emotions.
Also don’t be fooled if they call Pennsylvania early for Obama. The MSM expects it based on the bogus polls.
Please please please let this be true.
This is an awesome fun historic day.
...Plus what about Michigan?
Heavy turnout here in West Michigan, a real strong red portion of the state. Hope it’s enough to overcome Detoilet. I’m mildly hopeful! Especialy when the liberal Ann Arbor newspaper endorsed Mac.
Just out of curiosity, why is an architect a liberal profession?
Don't get confused by the market, which was already in big time rally mode the past week. The stock market has reasons to rally if Obama wins, at least initially. The market wants a "clean" win, with no controversy. The market also wants no 60 vote Senate majority. Chuck Schumer said this morning he did not think Dems would get it. The market rallied sharply afterward, despite a horrendous economic report.
VOTE MCCAIN NOT HUSSIEN!!!
Brother... it’ll be a good night for a bender either way, win or lose.
You know, all I know is I did my best. i delivered my entire small family and got 20 other people to vote for mccain.
My mother and father who have never voted for a pubbie for president before voted for mccain, which was due to my nagging.
I know my state,,,,west virginia, is going to vote right.
Ive got some glenlivet special blend scotch and Im going to drink some of it tonight no matter what. I may even eat a couple of pieces of pizza.
Anyway, my stomach is so eat up today with worry I dont know whether to kill myself or go bowling,
Franklin Roosevelt got on the television....
And Biden got on the “crapper”
Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.
H. L. Mencken
You are the man!
“Im in CA and voted for McCain this morning to counteract an 0bamazombie vote. I know our guy cant win the state, but every vote counts in the popular vote argument thats sure to arise.”
That’s true, but the main reason I vote here in MA is that if I did not, I would feel like a hypocrite, having posted lots of messages on FR (and several to relatives and friends) opposing Obama but not bothering to vote myself.
P.S. I’m a “Three Kids’ Dad”
Rollin,' rollin,' rollin'
Keep them Diggies rollin'
Heads up. It was around this time of day 4 years ago that those bogus exit polls got leaked on Drudge that put a knot in millions of knickers, so don’t get snookered again today.
Whereabouts are you on the southern tier? I lived and worked in Outer Bingolia (Binghamton) for 13 years.
It was a relief to escape - first to Georgia, now to Kansas.
God bless, FRiend.
Steal away, my friend. :-)
I've got some Lagavulin which has a higher iodine content.
Might come in handy to protect my pituitary in case Al Qaeda decides to follow Biden's lead and test Obama by nuking LA.
Doesnt matter in Philly. How many whites live there anymore?
Our family stopped there last spring on our educational vacation of DC to see the historic sites. Except for the actual historic sites (heavily patrolled by thuggish black ‘security’), the city was AWFUL. I mean, we had kind of heard stories, but this was BAD. My husband insisted we leave the city even before dinner time so we didn’t get stuck in traffic or after dark. My husband says he hopes the kids remembered everything they saw there, because we were never going back for a second look!
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