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Posted on 11/05/2012 8:18:51 AM PST by Biggirl
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Weather is calm today, what a difference A WEEK makes!
Striking pics: Romney rocks Fla. with fired up crowd; Come together for a better future
IMPR was expressing her dismay yesterday over FR preventing her from reading threads, much less posting this one. She’s been unable to attend for over a week now. Perhaps if I say something, she’ll be able to get on today.
Vote for revenge!
Thanks for the Ping, Bg!
I was getting 3-5 GOTV/RNC/polling calls/hr now, and had my landline off the hook. Then, the Twp Police stopped by to see if everything was okay... Verizon notified them that the receiver had been ‘disconnected’... Yikes!
Nice here, today and thru tomorrow afternoon. BUT...
Powerful Nor’Easter coming in Wednesday with snow/sleet/rain/sub-freezing temps:
Going to get ugly for Hurricane Sandy victims in NJ & NYC.
I let Billy Graham’s enthusiastic support for Governor Romney to sway me to vote for him over a write in. Now you want me to write in Revenge? :)
I’m getting 5-7 calls per hour since 9 this morning. Driving me nuts.
About time you came to your senses.
Are they 443 area codes numbers?
443, 215, 212, 201 area codes.
Since 0bama became president the “do not call list” has been a miserable failure.
I’ve been getting 3-5 political calls/hr since last Friday. My Dr’s office called at 11am, w/ blood test results, and I yelled at them to stop calling; had to apologize and explain. They were amused and getting barraged, too.
It’ll all be over by 8pm, tomorrow... Please, GOD, make it stop!
863, 321, 216, 305, 407, 443
And that’s just the last 4 hours.
My Recent Calls list looks like something out of a phone book.
I am grateful for the “Do Not Disturb” feature my home line has. Blissful silence the past week since I turned it on.
All my important contacts call my cell.
OHIO FOR ROMNEY!! Prayers up!!
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“...Do Not Disturb feature my home line has...”
How’d you get that???
“Hi all — My anxiety level has been growing about fraud. Not just ballots in the trunk or some yahoos voting twice. I mean outright, in-your-face stuff like preprogrammed voting machines and a complicit media actively assisting the Left in a hijacking. They’ve helped Obozo commit treason, for gawd’s sake, would they think twice about covering up fraud? “
i’m with you. i believe BO has won every election through some sort of shenanigans, and believe with the reported voting machine irregularities where folks voting for Romney are showing up on the ballot as a vote for Obama [in KS, NC, TX, OH, IL] that Romney’s chances are very slim.
of course the MSM media will be complicit in this stealth fraud; like their rooting for Alf Gore against Bush. And if course, if this election were to go to the USSC, we know how that will turnout with BO’s recent appointments.
of course if BO early voters were having their votes recorded for Romney, our illustrious Atty General Eric the Holder would be all over this fraud.
hopefully, the American voters will scrutinize their ballots before pressing the send/record button.
Dear Lord please save America from 4 more years of BO,
Pray for God’s protection over our beloved country, and if it be His will, may all voters realize the importance of this election in restoring America to its greatness and may Romney prevail over this historic mistake that has been foist upon our great nation since 2008.
Wow, never saw that one before. I was joining lists on my 2nd day here, on 3/2/12...
Biggirl will be happy to add you, I’m sure. (You *must* promise to also join Mark Levin and Sean Hannity lists. LOL! Just kidding...)
Yes, I think
Romney takes New York and other liberal coast states too,
the little frauds will be isolated incidents,
Democrats have few more votes being they encouraged all this early voting,
so as we Republican votes start dominating on election day,
the press comes out and tells us they knew all along,
and Obama didn’t really want re-election.
I have a fairly new Panasonic cordless system with “call block”. It only stores 30 numbers though and I’m up to 26. I’m hoping they all stop after the election and I can delete most of them.
Verizon FiOS Digital Voice.
My question is “revenge” for what?
The temerity to oppose Obama’s policies?
The temerity to run against his Highness?
No silly, “revenge” for the Bush tax cuts.
“FiOS Digital Voice”
Way beyond my ‘pay-grade’, with that technology...
I’m still using this ancient 2006 unit for a cell:
The Do Not Call List does not apply to political calls.
The politicians exempted themselves, of course. And it likely would not withstand a First Amendment challenge anyhow.
That's easy: he's gay.
“Stevie the boy” Wonder...or
Stevie, the “boy wonder?” LMAO
200 audience “wonder boy” is a FAIL.
200 audience “wonder boy” is a FAIL.
Rush talking about the 2010 election, I’m surprised he has a problem figuring it out or maybe he does but want to say it.
IMO, it’s because of WHO they are...Conservative Grassroots. RINO’s and democrats alike fear that our movement in 2010 was just part one, part two starts tomorrow.
RINO’s fear it because a real Conservative will be the heartbeat away from the presidency. The also know that it will change the political landscape for decades to come and they will become irrelevant.
We are looking at the Scott Walker recall night all over again.
For Democrats, Its (Ground) Game Over
Posted November 5, 2012
FROM: RNC Political Director Rick Wiley
TO: Interested Parties
RE: For Democrats, Its (Ground) Game Over
The Obama camp has been firing off a number of memos in desperate attempt to convince the media (and themselves) that theyre not losing. What they arent telling you is this isnt 2008; the numbers show were doing much better in early voting, and they are doing much worse.
But more importantly we are poised to blow the Obama campaign out on Election Day thanks to a superior GOTV program and a historical GOP Election Day advantage
In the four party-registration states (Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada), we are poised to win the Election Day vote by even greater margins than we did in 2008. Thats right, Jeremy Bird, we beat you on Election Day even in 2008.
This time around we have over 150,000 volunteers across the battleground who have already contacted over 53 million voters and expect to contact millions more from now until the polls close tomorrow night.
The Democrats have expended much energy to make the point that more Democrats than Republicans have voted early in some states. It makes sense that the same desperate campaign that made revenge their closing argument would make this ridiculous stat the central defense of their ground game. Republicans are an Election Day party. By and large, we vote on Election Day, and we vote in much larger numbers than Democrats.
Democrats problems are compounded because, as they fail to tell you, they are cannibalizing their Election Day voters. The great turnout operation they claim to have isnt turning out enough new or sporadic voters; theyre largely getting their reliable voters to vote early instead of on Election Day.
The Republican strategy has been the reverse of the Democrats. We have turned out our voters who arent as likely to come to the polls on Election Day, securing their votes during early voting. Now, all that remains to do is give our reliable voters the final reminder needed to get them to the polls Tuesday. And we have many more reliable voters left than the Democrats.
In Colorado there are over 26,000 (34%) more high-propensity Republican voters available than high-propensity Democrat voters. In Florida there are 166,000 (21%) more; 85,000 (47%) more in Iowa; and 16,000 (22%) more in Nevada.
And in Ohio, Republicans have 368,000 more high-propensity voters available than Democrats72 percent more, in factand enough to off-set the Obama campaigns most optimistic (and unrealistic) early vote math.
So, when you add it all up, the Democrats early vote advantage just isnt big enough. Republicans will come out ahead, and Mitt Romney will claim victory. And our superior ground game will ensure that the margin of victory is even greater than these numbers would suggest.
The Obama campaigns superior ground game is a myth. They claim they have double and triple the people and offices across the country, yet poll after poll has shown voters have been contacted equally if not more by the Romney campaign and the Republicans. It goes to show you what big government bureaucracy gets you.
Im glad Democrats are so eager to talk about their ground game. The more they talk, the more they prove the numbers dont add up.
Its (ground) game over.
Thanks, already and been for a long time avid listener of Mark and Hannity! I am retired military, Vietnam Veteran, and kind of to the RIGHT : )!
I’m sitting here paying my bills. It’s 33 outside and 65 indoors. Something big flies near me. I look. It’s a butterfly! It’s fluttering all over the place.
Ah, a gift from God!
I believe that Romney has already won :)
Naw. Romney is sufficient. :)
WOW, a new citizen first time voter just retired from the military just got a MacBook Pro and iPad mini!
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