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(CNN)   Can the GOP Etch-a-Sketch a Romney win, or will Obama debut a revival of Les Miseromney? Will the Senate get teabagged, or will voters shut that whole thing down? Will CNN debut the Emergency Blitzer Hologram? It's your Election 2012 thread   (cnn.com) divider line 1911
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2012-11-06 01:32:06 AM  
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2012-11-06 01:32:10 AM  

starsrift: 3 nembers:

1. Obama's negative campaign didn't work, it left them tied at 50-50.
2. Early voting was also close.
3. Romney leads independent voters.

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be soooo pissed off.


Are nembers the new statisticals?
 
2012-11-06 01:32:50 AM  

starsrift: 3 nembers:

1. Obama's negative campaign didn't work, it left them tied at 50-50.
2. Early voting was also close.
3. Romney leads independent voters.

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be soooo pissed off.


Three statisticals..

1. 30% of Vermin Supreme supporters for Romney
2. 1 in 7 undecided
3. Silent Majority

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be sooo pissed off.
 
2012-11-06 01:33:02 AM  
My state is already projected to go for Romney, so will my vote count if I vote for someone else?
 
2012-11-06 01:33:06 AM  

HotWingAgenda: An election thread on November 5? Trying to trick people into thinking the pols are already closed and they can't vote anymore?


Everybody knows that only the East Coast votes count anyway, and it's after midnight here, people have already started in person voting, hell they are probably already done up there in Dixville Notch or whatever.

Oblig

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2012-11-06 01:33:09 AM  

furiousxgeorge: [i.imgur.com image 500x500]


YES!

Pinkie Pie / Fluttershy 2012
 
2012-11-06 01:33:11 AM  
i262.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-06 01:33:20 AM  

frtmn7: I am voting tomorrow and I hope Obama wins but I feel that my vote will actually mean a little bit more if I vote for Gary Johnson. I'll admit that I didn't know much about him until a few days ago, but everything that I have read about him I agree with. I live in Georgia so an Obama victory is about as likely as Christianity being outlawed in the state tomorrow.


I did the same thing. I live in MD so the state will end up going to Obama no matter what I do. Hopefully my third party vote will help sway the republican platform in the next few years. It would be nice to be able to vote for an economic conservative without having to sell my soul to the christian right and social conservative policies.
 
2012-11-06 01:33:26 AM  
damn it I took a 24 hour overtime shift on the busiest truck in the city tomorrow.

I'm not sure if it's going to be crazier if Obama wins or Romney, but either way I plan to be up all night NOT watching the election. and worse yet, I can't drink away the pain...
 
2012-11-06 01:33:44 AM  

Man On Pink Corner: Pincy: It's plain ridiculous that we continue to allow the weather to have an impact on elections. As Bathia Mapes can attest to, we here in Oregon know how to do elections. I only hope other states will come join us in the 21st century sooner than later.

That explains why I'm not allowed to pump my own gas when I drive through Oregon, I guess.


Eh, that's just a way to keep jobs from going obsolete. You know, the same reason that politicians stump for "clean" coal and ethanol subsidies.

/Voted by mail in WA
//It was so nice
 
2012-11-06 01:33:46 AM  

starsrift: 3 nembers:

1. Obama's negative campaign didn't work, it left them tied at 50-50.
2. Early voting was also close.
3. Romney leads independent voters.

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be soooo pissed off.


When elections are close, always bet on the incumbent. I bet you suck in Vegas.
 
2012-11-06 01:33:50 AM  

CipollinaFan: furiousxgeorge: [i.imgur.com image 500x500]

Bullshiat nothing would ever get done with Her in charge

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Come on now, in Equestria, every pony has a job to do. I'm sure we can find a role for Pinkie Pie. Hell, I say we make Derpy Hooves the WH spokespony.
 
2012-11-06 01:33:55 AM  
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2012-11-06 01:34:10 AM  
Bookmarked:

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Back for this, later:

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/my floorhumper gif won't floorhump properly
 
2012-11-06 01:34:32 AM  
hahaha i was wondering how early this thread would be.
 
2012-11-06 01:34:38 AM  
And once again the thread will be so huge I won't be able to read all the posts so I'll just scroll through and read all the people I have faved anyway. Then, if I want to see the orginal post, I'll go back to that.

Beside, these things are much more entertaining if you start from the last and read to the first. Sometimes the derp is so great that the sentences are better read that way to.

Go team USA and may the best liar win.
 
2012-11-06 01:34:46 AM  
i262.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-06 01:34:51 AM  

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Don't blame me for how this one turns out. I didn't vote because one party owns my state at all levels, lock, stock, and barrel. Even the Democrats here are just confused Republicans.


Indiana? Vote third party. You still have time. Hours and hours of time.
 
2012-11-06 01:34:53 AM  
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2012-11-06 01:35:06 AM  

llachlan: From all of us in the Great White North to all of you Below the Belt-line: may you get the president you want, and may he be the one you voted for.


The entire concept of vitriol and animosity is lost on you people, isn't it. *sigh* Fine. Thank you, neighbor. I hope you have a nice day, too.
 
2012-11-06 01:35:39 AM  

flamingboar: My state is already projected to go for Romney, so will my vote count if I vote for someone else?


It might if you vote for Johnson.
 
2012-11-06 01:35:45 AM  

HotWingAgenda: An election thread on November 5? Trying to trick people into thinking the pols are already closed and they can't vote anymore?


It's November 6th on the East Coast, not to mention we have quite a few East Coast farkers.
 
2012-11-06 01:36:01 AM  

Summoner101: [rlv.zcache.com image 400x400]


This year I voted for the King of the Lizardpeople (senate), the Queen of the Lizardpeople (house), the Prince of the Lizardpeople (state senate), and the Princess of the Lizard people (state house).

I'm really hoping for a state wide recount on some issue.

/the only reason I voted this year is due to the idiotic amendments on the ballot
//I live in a hard blue district - none of the democrats running will win with less than 60% of the vote
 
2012-11-06 01:36:07 AM  
I don't want to get bitter yet while we're all still getting our greetings and salutations out of the way, but I do want to state for the record that it's pretty shameful how we greeted our first Black President. Just think about it for a moment. Look at some of the shiat that's been covered here these past four years. It's enough to make you wonder how we agreed to vote for him in the first place.

It's one of those things that demands some consideration as we look at the possibility (remote as it is) of his chapter in history prematurely ending.
 
2012-11-06 01:36:08 AM  
Dammit, I really need sleep but I'd rather hang out here. You know, four years ago tonight I was right here with you maniacs too.

/may need a life
 
2012-11-06 01:36:24 AM  

Man On Pink Corner: Pincy: It's plain ridiculous that we continue to allow the weather to have an impact on elections. As Bathia Mapes can attest to, we here in Oregon know how to do elections. I only hope other states will come join us in the 21st century sooner than later.

That explains why I'm not allowed to pump my own gas when I drive through Oregon, I guess.


Every time I go back, I forget. Nothing like some kid running out, freaked out that a grown man is pumping his own gas...
 
2012-11-06 01:36:26 AM  
Aside from Romney, the person I'm looking forward to seeing defeated is that loathsome, deadbeat piece of shiat Joe Walsh. How the fark does someone who's over $100,000 behind in child support let alone get elected to Congress? It'll be sweet to see Tammy Duckworth mop the floor with that piece of shiat.

Back in my own state, it would be soooo lovely to see Paul Ryan defeated twice: first by Joe Biden and second by Rob Zerban for his Congressional seat.
 
2012-11-06 01:36:29 AM  
 
2012-11-06 01:36:32 AM  
There's an election?
 
2012-11-06 01:36:53 AM  

@redistrict: Counties went 53.9% for Obama weighted based on '08 early vote, 53.0% for Obama based on '12 totals. Not a big difference.

- Nate Silver (@fivethirtyeight) November 6, 2012
 
2012-11-06 01:37:20 AM  
I was seriously toying with a vote for Jill Stein or Gary Johnson. But in the end, I went with our President. He's done a pretty damned good job considering the insanity his opposition has confronted his every move with.

Sad I couldn't vote against Darrell Issa, thought I was in his district but I guess I'm in 50. Whatever that means...
 
2012-11-06 01:37:31 AM  

Man On Pink Corner: Pincy: It's plain ridiculous that we continue to allow the weather to have an impact on elections. As Bathia Mapes can attest to, we here in Oregon know how to do elections. I only hope other states will come join us in the 21st century sooner than later.

That explains why I'm not allowed to pump my own gas when I drive through Oregon, I guess.


You can't pump your own gas in New Jersey either.
 
2012-11-06 01:37:33 AM  

cmb53208: Aside from Romney, the person I'm looking forward to seeing defeated is that loathsome, deadbeat piece of shiat Joe Walsh. How the fark does someone who's over $100,000 behind in child support let alone get elected to Congress? It'll be sweet to see Tammy Duckworth mop the floor with that piece of shiat.

Back in my own state, it would be soooo lovely to see Paul Ryan defeated twice: first by Joe Biden and second by Rob Zerban for his Congressional seat.


Speaking of Wisconsin, I hope to see Tammy Baldwin shiat all over Tommy Thompson.

Like literally unload her bowels on that asshole live on TV. After she wins, of course.
 
2012-11-06 01:37:47 AM  

Dr.Zom: Dammit, I really need sleep but I'd rather hang out here. You know, four years ago tonight I was right here with you maniacs too.

/may need a life


Generally speaking, needing sleep instead of staying up all night on the internet would indicate you have a life...
 
2012-11-06 01:38:33 AM  
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If Romney loses, you guys know what to blame it on! That librul hurricane Sandy!
 
2012-11-06 01:38:46 AM  

frtmn7: I am voting tomorrow and I hope Obama wins but I feel that my vote will actually mean a little bit more if I vote for Gary Johnson. I'll admit that I didn't know much about him until a few days ago, but everything that I have read about him I agree with. I live in Georgia so an Obama victory is about as likely as Christianity being outlawed in the state tomorrow.


Gary Johnson is a Republican candidate who lost in the primary and suddenly called himself a Libertarian. Of course, this meant going the Ron Paul route and mentioning legalizng pot. He's not a breath of fresh air. He's just running the same playbook Libertarian candidates have run since Bob Barr.

Don't be foolish. Obama needs to win the popular vote and win it handily to avoid the teaderpers crying "conspiracy."
 
2012-11-06 01:39:02 AM  

cmb53208: Aside from Romney, the person I'm looking forward to seeing defeated is that loathsome, deadbeat piece of shiat Joe Walsh. How the fark does someone who's over $100,000 behind in child support let alone get elected to Congress? It'll be sweet to see Tammy Duckworth mop the floor with that piece of shiat.

Back in my own state, it would be soooo lovely to see Paul Ryan defeated twice: first by Joe Biden and second by Rob Zerban for his Congressional seat.


Life's been good to him
 
2012-11-06 01:39:11 AM  
I have plenty of booze to make it through this. Just need popcorn
 
2012-11-06 01:39:13 AM  

RevMercutio: starsrift: 3 nembers:

1. Obama's negative campaign didn't work, it left them tied at 50-50.
2. Early voting was also close.
3. Romney leads independent voters.

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be soooo pissed off.

Are nembers the new statisticals?


Yes. Three Nembers That Could Hold Key to Romney Win, by Fox News.
 
2012-11-06 01:39:38 AM  
Roseanne Barr is on my ballot. I wonder if that is true all over the U.S., or just in California.
 
2012-11-06 01:39:48 AM  
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/god can't belive it's been four years
//hot
 
2012-11-06 01:39:51 AM  

Blue_Blazer: cmb53208: Aside from Romney, the person I'm looking forward to seeing defeated is that loathsome, deadbeat piece of shiat Joe Walsh. How the fark does someone who's over $100,000 behind in child support let alone get elected to Congress? It'll be sweet to see Tammy Duckworth mop the floor with that piece of shiat.

Back in my own state, it would be soooo lovely to see Paul Ryan defeated twice: first by Joe Biden and second by Rob Zerban for his Congressional seat.

Life's been good to him


Booooo.........
 
2012-11-06 01:39:58 AM  
"Dixville Notch" sounds painful, would probably require antibiotics.
 
2012-11-06 01:40:02 AM  

Smelly McUgly: Speaking of Wisconsin, I hope to see Tammy Baldwin shiat all over Tommy Thompson.

Like literally unload her bowels on that asshole live on TV. After she wins, of course.


See, now this is exactly the kind of thing that we need to curtail. There is way too much pooping in 2012 America. Haven't you ever seen Leave it to Beaver? Those people never pooped at all.
 
2012-11-06 01:40:27 AM  

stoli n coke: Don't be foolish. Obama needs to win the popular vote and win it handily to avoid the teaderpers crying "conspiracy."


Wow - thats naive. 'teaderpers' will cry conspiracy no matter what happens.
 
2012-11-06 01:40:28 AM  

rcf1105: I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm pulling for the Whig party. I don't really know anything about them, but I do know that I shouldn't have to grow a mullet just to wear a mullet.


Mullets for some, miniature American flags for others.
 
2012-11-06 01:40:42 AM  
i262.photobucket.com 
 
2012-11-06 01:40:43 AM  
Edward Bernays and Daniel Kahneman are two people whose body of work you should know about before voting tomorrow. They've proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that every human in America is completely incapable of making the perfectly rational informed decision at the heart of traditional economic theory. Free market fundamentalists simply can't account for this massive hole in their ideology. They've been proven wrong. If you're voting because you want the economy to grow, vote for someone who understands that traditional economics is a good theory/approximation but in no way absolute.

Beyond that:

Romney: Pro Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission
Romney: Pro expansion of military and military budget
Romney: Pro abstinence education
Romney: Pro Guantanamo Bay
Romney: Pro offshore drilling (Think BP Disaster)
Romney: Pro Unilateralism
Romney: Pro Torture
Romney: Pro American Exceptionalism
Romney: Anti Roe v. Wade,
Romney: Anti Same Sex Marriage
Romney: Anti Pot Legalization
Romney: Anti planned parenthood
Romney: Anti Stem Cell Research
Romney: "Corporations are people"
Romney: Would Repeal Obamacare
Romney: Would Pull PBS funding
Romney: Accused Obama of going on an "apology tour" with the premise that the world didn't actually deserve an apology for the behavior of the GWB administration.
Romney: With no exceptions believes in a theory of economy predicated on "perfect information" (See bernays)
Romney: Believes god lives near the planet Kolob
Romney: Does Not Believe in Climate Change
 
2012-11-06 01:40:49 AM  
OK, I live in California, which Obama will win by a double-digit margin, so my vote is meaningless. I certainly wouldn't dream of voting for Mittens or any other right-wing farkstick, but I'm not wild about Obama--I voted for him in 2008 given the realities of that election, but I've been disappointed with the way he's given in and failed to fight back against the Repubs. I'll probably vote for him again--mainly because I want his margin of victory to be big enough to be deemed to be a solid rejection of Romney and the derp brigade, but I could be talked into voting for Gary Johnson or some other third party candidate. If anybody wants to try to talk me into it, give me a good reason why to vote for someone other than Obama (or Mittens, for whom there is zero cance I'd cast a vote), and I promise I'll open-mindedly read and consider your arguments before I vote in the morning. Go ahead, convince me.
 
2012-11-06 01:40:51 AM  
www.escapeest.com 
"Vote Romney or bad men will attack me!"
 
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