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So, are any of the exit poll numbers in yet?

I'll never make it thru today, will I?

Voted at 6:30 this morning. 35 minute wait, half outside.

Got in line, outside, accepted a sample Democratic ballot, and was chatting with the old guy passing them out when a lady tried to give me and my son a sample GOP ballot.

Me, "No thanks."
Her, "It really isn't fair that you take a Democrat ballot and the not pro-family, Republican ballot."
Me, "I think you'll be really upset by this time tomorrow."

Inside, line moved quickly. Saw 2 quiet poll observers, observing. Observed no problems or difficulties.

Web-cartoonist, Jeffrey Rowland, who is never political posted a pro-Obama strip today.

He went on to add: "Probably everybody reading this is already gonna vote for Obama but if even one person will get out and vote for Obama then it's worth it.

But if you're still undecided just stay home. You might see a cloud shaped like a bunny an decide to become a bunny. "

Whole post here: http://www.overcompensating.com/

Results of the Youth Leadership Intitive Mock Election

The 2012 YLI National Election Results are in!

With approximately 1,800,000 votes cast by 600,000 students in every state in America, here are the national results:

Barack Obama, Democratic Party - 61.05%
Mitt Romney, Republican Party - 35.38%
Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party - 2.07%
Jill Stein, Green Party - 1.04%
Virgil Goode, Constitution Party - .34%
Other - .12%

Funny how everyone is whining about the NYC Marathon, but no mention of NFL Steelers vs Giants

at Metlife Stadium on Sunday at 4:45?

A handy comparison to give to the both-parties-are-the-same crowd

From Jen Sorensen's "Slowpoke"

During my daily driving, I keep a running total of Obama vs Romney bumper stickers and yard signs.

I only count one sticker per car and one sign per yard. Thru most of the campaign, Romney was ahead in signs, but behind in bumper stickers. By late Oct, it was 50-50 usually with a slight Romney edge. Today, it was 3 to 1 for Obama. Either the local youth have been targeting only Romney signs or Obama is pulling ahead.

Last election our Obama signs were swiped several times until Mrs. FSogol taped them onto the siding under the 2nd floor windows. This year no one has touched any of our Obama/Kaine/Connelly signs.

Republican Rapid Rape Response Squad!

From Ruben Bolling's "Tom the Dancing Bug"

I worry about voting hijinks in Ohio. n/t

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