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Encouraging. It’ll be interesting to see how Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and Virginia go early. If Obama wins all four, its over. If McCain wins all four ... it might be over.
Time will tell.
I’ll take it. I just got my receptionist to go vote at lunch. She wasn’t going to go before. Another McCain/Palin vote to run up the total in TX. Have to counteract CA and NY.
like the broken record that I have been, I hope you are right. As much as I despise Rinos, i despise lying POS socialist marxist democrats even more.
When the stock market crashed,
Franklin Roosevelt got on the television
and didnt just talk about
the princes of greed, he said,
Look, heres what happened."
-Slow Joe Biden
Good stuff for early afternoon encouragement!
I will literally SOB if we win today. And then I will celebrate.
Gonna be doing a lot of praying today that reports such as this one are going to be proven right. :)
Bottom line: if PA falls for Mac, then a slew of other states will fall for Mac. So, keep your eyes on PA people, if it goes for McCain he WILL be the next POTUS. BTW, ain't it interesting that Mac spent so much time in typically Democratic strong holds in PA?
I’ll take it,.,...Im debating whether its a good night for a bender, since ive already voted and Im home for the rest of the day.
“Battleground states moving “hard” and “fast”for McCain”
— I get the feeling I will be reading that same thing tomorrow Nov 5th... but it will be too late.
BTTT for encouraging news...
This story does not say that battleground states are moving hard and fast for McCain (implying exit polling data) it says that as of last night, ‘polls’ in these states were moving in the McCain camps direction.
Stop performing a disservice by hyping folks (which could possibly have a negative affect).
Carville was talking about conservatives and conservative-leaning independents, of course.
The only reason it was so close in 2000 and 2004 was because millions of conservatives sat the race out. The only reason we lost in 1992 and 1996 was because millions of conservatives not only sat out but many of them wasted their votes on Ross Perot (including me in 1992).
When McCain got the nomination, it looked like millions of conservatives were going to sit out again. But then we got the double whammy of a genuine socialist getting the Democrat nomination and Sarah Palin as McCain's running mate.
Now there is no reason for anybody to be sitting out this election as too much is at stake.
So despite the massive GOTV efforts (and vote fraud) of the other side, if we all turn out to vote today, we win. End of story. If we don't win, it will simply come down to the fact that many of us sat this one out as well.
FREEP THIS DIGG!!!
Any positive reports from the other side, besides the thugs in Philly?
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.