Tuesday, November 06, 2012

November 6, 2012

Predictions?


Strange week on Facebook, BTW. I have pro-choice friends posting this:


And I have friends proclaiming the War on Women is real fawning over him:


Regardless of what a shrinking few may say, there are STARK DIFFERENCES between these candidates.



So, make sure this isn't tomorrow's picture du jour:


If we win...be prepared for a flurry of accusations including, but not limited to, voter intimidation, voter fraud, racism and daring to be Conservative.


But if we lose...the truth will be seen and there's no blaming Bush...


I've done my part.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who knew t-bow was a d-bag?

Rickvid in Seattle said...

So say a-nony-mouse.

Here in the People's Republic of Seattle, right in the district of Saddam Husein's good personal friend and dupe Baghdad Jim McDermott, I am prepared for everything from some amount of upheaval at UW to having my car and it's Romney stickers, messed with. And that will be if Obama wins!

SoLow said...

T-bow, d-bag???

I never thought I'd defend him, but I'll say this - he has a JOB that pays him good MONEY and he doesn't want to have to give his money away to every REAL d-bag who just wants a handout from the gov'ment, which is exactly what he'll have to do if Obummer gets another 4.

CrabbyOldMan said...

ALa: I heard that Republican monitors were not allowed into certain precincts in Pennsylvania. Do you know if this is true?

ALa said...

That's what I'm hearing...New Black Panther party back at polling areas too...probably to no one's surprise, there has been a lot of hi-jinx in Philly today!

Rickvid in Seattle said...

Hey, nice Chicago voter support! Wear an Obama cap while checking people in to vote, and give additional ballots to your pals. Yum!

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/election-judge-wears-obama-cap-while-checking-voters-obamas-chicago-ward_661843.html

Zelda said...

In the abstract, it would be interesting to see what Obama thinks he can get away with in a second term. In reality it will suck, but he really won't get to blame Bush, so...

Anyway, here's hoping Romney pulls it out and doesn't do exactly what Obama would do.

Hoss said...

Am I the only one curious as to what "flexibility" a second-term Obama would extend to Putin. I'm sure whatever it is, it won't favor Team America. It's not as if we assume Obama plays for Team America anyway.

Mark said...

I am just FLOORED by what I'm seeing tonight. I cannot believe people voted for Obama as much as they did - have they not been paying attention the last 4 years?? Heck, even the last 4 months!

I'm sick to my stomach.

Zelda said...

I'm not surprised. Saddened, but not surprised. It should never have been this close. I wonder on whom Obama is going to blame his continuing failure. I guess the one silver lining is that he won't have Bush to blame and now must take actual responsibility for what will be a continuing economic disaster. And maybe the Republicans will grow a pair and nominate someone for whom we actually want to vote.

Jpck20 said...

People are fucking stupid. Period.

Rickvid in Seattle said...

The margin of defeat may well come down to a few hundred or few thousand votes in some key states. So went the Electoral College.

I want to thank all who sat this out because drronpaultheonlymanwhocouldsavetheworld! was not on the ballot, or who voted for hopeless churl 3rd party losers out of pique, for handing victory to the State over the citizen, the Collective over the individual, enforced equality of outcome over liberty. John Adams was wrong, liberty shall NOT reign in America.

Thang ya verahmuch!

free0352 said...

Well, Romney lost Ohio and Florida by less than a percentage point, and would have won this had he won those states. I also bet Libertarians could have delivered that 1% you needed.

Hardy fuck'n har, har, har. Thats what you get for treating us like shit. I hope this stings, and yes, it was done to you on purpose.

Perhaps you might consider not taking us for granted anymore. If you like to win elections that is.

Nate said...

The left was complaining heavily about uncertified patches made to voting machines even prior to the election and the absurd waiting lines in urban districts in both Florida and VA. Let's not forget the voter suppression laws passes around the country. It is not time for Republicans to be concerned about the voting process, but rather understand why it's policies are unpopular and embrace a big tent philosophy for a full election cycle

CrabbyOldMan said...

Free0352:
I'd say you took yourself from the frying pan into the fire. How many Libertarian leanings do you think Comrade Obama has? Do you think the Marxocrats will become more or less firmly entrenched over the next four years?
If you think that you were treated like shit before, you have a real surprise coming.
Your fantasy that this Republican defeat will somehow bring about a Libertarian renaissance r

CrabbyOldMan said...

The last sentence should read:
"Your fantasy that this Republican defeat will somehow bring about a Libertarian renaissance remains utter fantasy."

CrabbyOldMan said...

I add a "ME TOO" to what Mark @10:13 PM, Zelda @10:41 PM, Jcpk20 @ 12:25 AM and Rickvid in Seattle @12:46 AM had to say.
I think my biggest disappointment is in the electorate. I think that the majority has finally become the electorate the left has dreamed of for decades: A very poorly informed, characterless collection of parasites that will support whoever is the most tolerant of decadent behavior and promises the most goodies that someone else pays for.
The Roman mob is back. They lost what they had. We will lose too.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Nate: The Marxocrates should never, ever complain about voting irregularities. You have heard of Chicago, Philadelphia and Northeast Ohio, haven't you?

CrabbyOldMan said...

Hoss: The "flexibility" scares me more than anything else, and there is a LOT of other things to also fear.
Juan Peron made a poor country out of a rich one and so will Comrade Obama.
My guess is that the Chicagocrats will continue to smother the economy and wildly print more money in an attempt to compensate. The poorer economy and runaway inflation will send my life savings right down the shitter.
And then there is Obamacare.

Rickvid in Seattle said...

Nate, that horseshit about "voter suppression" is more mindless drivel, as brain dead as "theirfairshare!" I always hear a Polly the Parrot skwak after that one. You believe, and pass on, the lies.
Republican ideas are not popular? Yes, perhaps. We do not believe in sucking the trough of favoritism and the public blood. You do. Payoffs and bribes usually work. They did this time.
Free, when Obama has put LIFE appointed leftists on SCOTUS, gotten Obamacare (report your state of health to the IRS, or else!) stuck in deeper than a tick on the populous, enacted legislation that virtually bans weapons as demanded by the UN, and been flexible for Putin, what the fuck good will some Paul or Johnson do? NOTHING. Thanks pal, your guy won.

free0352 said...

GOP voter suppression? Dude, check the score. Clearly not too many Obama votes got suppressed. I think we can now put to bed the Democrat BS about some super secret plot.

Nate said...

This is the great example of confirmation bias. Both sides view it as an absolute certainty in the complete absence of any evidence that the election process is rigged for the other side. The fact that Obama won alone is evidence enough that voter

Ok, so you are saying that the attempt to eliminate early/absentee voting close to the election (when statistically more democrats vote) is not voter suppression? Instituting voter id laws in VA and NC, intended to limit minority voting is not voter suppression?

Again, as far as I know, there is absolutely no evidence of voter fraud on any significant scale, so you must ask yourself, what is the reason behind these laws?

free0352 said...

I know there isn't much evidence. Thats because Voter ID worked.

Roboto said...

Instituting voter id laws in VA and NC, intended to limit minority voting

I keep hearing this drivel from otherwise intelligent people. Is there some reason that only 'minorities' can't seem to get photo ID? Are they really that stupid?

According to your take on it, they MUST be. (YOUR take, NOT mine.) And if they really ARE that stupid, I don't want them voting. Period. Stupid voters water down the votes of those of us who have taken considerable effort to remain informed.

You must want the stupid vote for some reason.

Anonymous said...

Minorities waited 2 to 3 times longer than whites to vote, if you poor, the GOP doesn't want you voting.