Here's to hoping there's something to this idea and here's to an early end of the night...
Keeping up to date with the latest on conservative tweets and those of Dick Morris and Sean Hannity. While here in FR!
My only disappointment was the line was nearly half full of Negroes and south of the border types (who have migrated from Prince William County after they enacted tough immigrant laws). Stafford County was, and always has been a bastion of conservatism but now so many liberals from the northern counties and Maryland have infested us I fear for the outcome.
I am hoping this was the anomaly and that the rest of the day has conservatives coming in after they get off work (I took a few days of use-or-lose vacation time just for the vote).
My daughter will be voting for Romney/Ryan when she awakens (24 year old lazy slug :-) ) and her boyfriend, a Marine Reservist, will drive up from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond to vote after his classes end this afternoon. There are at least four votes for freedom right there.
I’m so sick of the media, including Faux News, as they gleefully report...’it’s a tie’ ‘it’s a tie’.
I hope after today we will wipe those smiles of their faces.
Heading out to the polls.
Any notes on turnout levels? Especially interested in racial makeup...if blacks vote like 2008 that will lend more credence to polls with Obama ahead, for example.
Thank you for the heartfelt prayer FRiend. I pray that He strengthens us in this fight.
DH voted on the way to work before 7am, and said there was a line out the door, (never noted by us before at this solidly Republican precinct!). The pollworkers said 41% of the precinct had already voted early, so this big turnout today looks good :)
Will report in again when I get back in from my voting run.
May God keep watch.
Please report whether your area GOP/RAT/liberal/conservative.
Without that crucial info, the rest of us don’t know whether a long or short line report is good or bad.
Just got back from voting in a rural county here in Central Virginia. This was by far the largest turnout that I’ve ever seen. Almost time to change my Tagline!!!
I’m in! I’m in a thread that will witness the outing of the worst President in the history of our republic.
Massive turnout in MA. Listening to talk radio here. Callers in most towns are reporting 100-200 deep lines at 6:30 AM.
These are the biggest lines I can remember. I’m 50. A caller said that the last time he saw lines this long was Reagan in ‘80. I voted for Reagan in ‘80, but I don’t remember the lines.
I voted at 6:30 in a town of 7000. There was no line, but the parking lot was full. Our town is 2:1 Republican to Communist.
Decided to come into work first (early) and take off early to hit the polling station this afternoon before most folks leave the office. Will update (assuming FR is alive) with observations at that time.
My wife voted about an hour ago in a Dem heavy city here in N.E. Ohio. She reported it was busy, but I don’t think it was as busy as 2008. I’ll be going later to cancel out one of those Obama votes.
Going to vote!
Our Father Who Art in Heaven,
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come,
Thy Will be done,
On Earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trespass against us,
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil
—Deliver us from Obama, his minions, and his coattails—
Good morning, dear FR Patriots! Will be voting Romney/Ryan here in Louisiana!
God Bless America!
Voted last Sunday.
I’m sitting out this election day.
Off to vote for love of country. God Bless America!!!
At 7:10AM, 130 waited outside to get in to vote.
Never have seen lines, or traffic, like this
on any election day, ever.