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2012-11-06 09:37:28 AM

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Jill Stein not on your ballot?
 
2012-11-06 09:39:18 AM

Leeds: You can take comfort in the fact that Philly will go for the black man, regardless of how you wanted to vote or who you thought was better.

I know it feels good to vote and I'm sorry that you didn't straighten this out before the election, but if your profile is correct and you really are in Philly then your vote is as meaningless as can be.


It DOES matter. Staes don't have an internal electoral college--raw state-wide popular vote is the deciding factor.
 
2012-11-06 09:39:29 AM
Three statisticals..

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

Romney wins. You guys are gonna be sooo pissed off.
 
2012-11-06 09:39:38 AM

scubamage: I may be calling the ACLU today.
Yesterday my fiance frantically called me explaining that I wasn't registered to vote. I told her she was nuts - I had had my address and registration verified by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) when I moved back to the area. I logged back into their website, tried modifying my voter registration to my current address, and voila, it says I'm registered to vote at my current address. I go to the Pennsylvania voter registration site, and discover what my fiance was talking about - I am not shown as registered anywhere in the state of Pennsylvania.

So I call the county election office and spend the next 2 hours on the phone and start getting more of the story. Apparently there were "a number of issues" when they linked the PennDOT system to the election office's system. They are pretty sure that I fell through the cracks, despite doing everything I was supposed to. I have a paper trail of all of this being done.

Apparently PennDOT's system for changing registrations when you change your address of record works by first canceling all registrations (vehicle, drivers' license, and voter) and then sending out notifications of the new registration to the appropriate agencies, without confirmation checks (anyone who writes software can see the issue with this approach). Except mine didn't get sent out. I asked if I could get an approval number, or written notification attesting to this but they refused, and kept saying "we'll call you back this afternoon." I never got a call back.

So this morning I went to the last place where I had voted as stated on the PA voter website for situations like this, and again they confirmed that I am not registered to vote anywhere in the US. So they had me fill out yet another change of address form and a provisional ballot. You know, the same provisional ballots which have a 40-50% chance of being counted. Needless to say, I am pissed.

TL;DR: got screwed out of my vote by the state


Please do call the ACLU, at the very least. They are super helpful about issues like this and can tell you if you have reasonable legal footing. In 2004 I was voting absentee in PA and some shenanigans occurred. Called up the ACLU and was on the horn within 15 minutes with a gentlemen who spent the next hour or so working through my options with me.

It was amazing.

/I had no legal case as it turned out to be my fault for being a student or something, but I was still able to vote.
//I think? I pushed buttons and a box beeped at me.
 
2012-11-06 09:40:45 AM

robsul82: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 720x479]

"All right, line them up. It's Election Day!"


+1

When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I'm beginning to believe it. ~ Clarence Darrow
 
2012-11-06 09:40:57 AM

BeesNuts: GhostFish: BeesNuts: Elvis_Bogart: Just vote, damn you. I don't care who you vote for, just get off your ass and do it. At least pretend to give a rat's ass.

This morning's conversation with an "undecided coworker".

"You vote yet?"
"No. I just hate them both so much."
"Yeah, It's been tough to deal with this election season for sure."
"I mean, if you can't get gas prices down, why should I vote for you?"
"Well, .. gas prices are down. Nationwide."
"Oh yeah, how convenient."
"It is because of the giant storm that knocked out the North East. They aren't buying gas at the moment which is driving down national demand. Has nothing to do with the president, it was just a point of order."
"Well, if he cared so much about jobs why'd he pass that health care bill?"

-_-

I just turned around and got to work at that point.

Funny. At that point I think I would have turned to murder-suicide.

She is not a very intelligent person in general, and she makes an artform out of remaining uninformed. Talks over people when they try to explain things *related to her job* to her. Derails meetings with inane conversations about her husband. Gets her political news from Howard Stern.

You're typical American, basically.

Also, Murder Suicide would reflect poorly on my end of year performance review.


Indeed. Straight up murdering is the sort of entrepreneurial attitude we need.
 
2012-11-06 09:41:19 AM

Wyalt Derp: I've given this election a great deal of thought, and I'm afraid I simply can't vote for either candidate.


There are probably MORE than two candidates on your Presidential ballot, plus of host of other races, judicial retention or ballot questions. You did research your ballot and all the candidates before today, right ? Don't make me go Red Forman on you.
 
2012-11-06 09:42:12 AM

barbu: Weaver95: copied over from another thread:

I have already voted, and i'm settled in at the democratic party staging area in Carlisle (330 east louder steet). i'm going to be busy here around 9am when our first shift of phone bankers and/or canvassers come in to pick up their packets. I will post updates/pictures via my twitter feed tho, @weaverxp if you're interested and/or want to harass me.

get out there and vote today people! And if you're a central Pa local, come on down to visit...get here before the donuts are gone though or i'm sending you back out for foodage. oh, and i'll be here until we close doors at 8pm! so come down and we'll put you to work.

You've come a long way in the last few years, Mr. Weaver.


I feel like I've witnessed a fascinating journey.
 
2012-11-06 09:42:30 AM

BeesNuts: Please do call the ACLU, at the very least. They are super helpful about issues like this and can tell you if you have reasonable legal footing. In 2004 I was voting absentee in PA and some shenanigans occurred. Called up the ACLU and was on the horn within 15 minutes with a gentlemen who spent the next hour or so working through my options with me.

It was amazing.

/I had no legal case as it turned out to be my fault for being a student or something, but I was still able to vote.
//I think? I pushed buttons and a box beeped at me.



Did the box give you a soda? My voting machine did!

/Chose not to vote for any of the snack candidates.
 
2012-11-06 09:42:33 AM

doyner: Leeds: You can take comfort in the fact that Philly will go for the black man, regardless of how you wanted to vote or who you thought was better.

I know it feels good to vote and I'm sorry that you didn't straighten this out before the election, but if your profile is correct and you really are in Philly then your vote is as meaningless as can be.

It DOES matter. Staes don't have an internal electoral college--raw state-wide popular vote is the deciding factor.


This. Leeds is being an idiot. Vote. It matters. There is no such thing as a meaningless ballot. If you believe that, then you believe that the American experiment itself is meaningless. And if you feel that way, today of all days, then I feel sorry for you.

Apathy is the last refuge of the cynic and the incurious.
 
2012-11-06 09:42:40 AM

coeyagi: clowncar on fire: Linux_Yes: BEND OVER REPUGS, HERE IS COMES!!!!!



and you all deserve everything you'll get tonight and more. because you made your bets on wall street and corporate slugs sitting on their fat asses in corporate Boardrooms, not The People.

you made your bet against Democracy, and tonight/tomorrow you will pay the price.

so F*ck off!

Actually, I'm indifferent about who wins.What inspired me to vote was a self righteous arrogant poster similar to yourself. I felt it was my civic duty to nullify his vote. Sort of like a cock punch for that loudmouth in you local watering hole.

Hopefully you have served as a inspiration to some undecided voter who will follow suit and nullify your vote in a similar fashion.

See, I win, you lose.

Are there any studies out there on how people grudge voted?

Nullify his vote? You mean vote for theofascism and Bush advisers and Bush-era policies.

C'mon, stop f*cking around.


Read in to it what you want. In the end, his vote was nullified. Big mouth got his ass handed to him- metaphorically of course.

Happy voting to the rest of the Fark community. Props to the people out there who kept it clean regardless of your political affiliation.
 
2012-11-06 09:43:17 AM
Here in Colorado Springs, Republicans were going door to door on the West Side of town 'collecting absentee ballots'. When the local news contacted the local RNC/Romney campaigners, they fessed up to it and said they were doing a public service of making sure every vote was gathered. When they contacted the local DNC/Obama camp, they had not heard of this and were ready to get the local PD involved.

So, yes, the Republicans were literally going door to door under the guise of being bipartisan 'Official Poll Representatives' sent to collect votes. When the news asked about the fake title and fake job, the Romney camp told them they have no comment at this time, but will get back to them about it.

Voting shenanigans? Honest attempts to collect votes? They've not been able to prove anything except the Republicans were out attempting to collect ballots. Whether those ballots ended up in the polls or not is anyone's guess at this point.

But, this is Fark.com, and no one believes nothing:

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. -- As the election creeps closer, some questions are popping up about door-to-door ballot collections.

Elizabeth Tafoya lives near Airport Road and Circle Drive.

She said two men came to her apartment on Friday, and asked if she wanted them to turn in her ballot for her.

Tafoya gave them her ballot, and a copy of her identification card, and did not think twice about it.

That is, until the next day, when she spoke to her father who warned her the whole thing may have been a scam.

"The guys were between 25 and 30 years old, and they seemed real nice," Tafoya said. "It was about 7:30 or 8:00 at night when they came knocking, and I trusted them."

Tafoya said in the past, she has gone to her local polling station to vote.

She said this is the first election she has received her ballot in the mail.

"This was all new to me, with them coming to the door," Tafoya said. "I did not think anything of it like I said, until I spoke with my Dad."

FOX21 does not know who the people were that took Tafoya's ballot, but what we do know is door-to-door ballot collections are legal in Colorado in some cases.

The El Paso County Democratic Party said they have not been knocking on doors collecting ballots, while the El Paso County Republican Party said they have.

"I do not want anyone to be leery about it, two guys that look nice coming into your house," Tafoya said. "I did not think anything of all that, except for the identification card part."

In Colorado, partisan campaign representatives are allowed to collect up to ten ballots, but officials said no one should ever ask for a copy of your ID.

"Yeah (they) could change my vote, but not only that, now they have all my information," she said. "My name and where I live."

Tafoya said she is filing a police report with the Colorado Springs Police Department.
 
2012-11-06 09:43:26 AM

Somacandra: Wyalt Derp: I've given this election a great deal of thought, and I'm afraid I simply can't vote for either candidate.

There are probably MORE than two candidates on your Presidential ballot, plus of host of other races, judicial retention or ballot questions. You did research your ballot and all the candidates before today, right ? Don't make me go Red Forman on you.


A lot of THIS. There are so many downballot races and initiatives that are important locally that to throw your hands up at the Presidential candidates is not an excuse. Local politics matter. Local initiatives really matter, because a lot of times, they'll determine the funding that your area will get for infrastructure or modernization.
 
2012-11-06 09:43:27 AM

Linux_Yes: i find it amusing that republicans seem to think that all they need to do is believe and it'll go their way. reminds me of religious zealots.


Redundant. Republicans are religious zealots. Oh, I'm sure there are some atheists who consider themselves Republican, but like the log cabain Republicans, they aren't actually welcome.
 
2012-11-06 09:43:50 AM
movieboozer.com

Forget the panthers; this guy says there are gorillas outside my polling place!
 
2012-11-06 09:45:25 AM

theknuckler_33: Well, coffee...Irish coffee!


i.imgur.com

"Watch the swears, honey bears! We don't use the "I-word" in this house!"
 
2012-11-06 09:45:39 AM

Sasquatchuan: Somacandra: Wyalt Derp: I've given this election a great deal of thought, and I'm afraid I simply can't vote for either candidate.

There are probably MORE than two candidates on your Presidential ballot, plus of host of other races, judicial retention or ballot questions. You did research your ballot and all the candidates before today, right ? Don't make me go Red Forman on you.

A lot of THIS. There are so many downballot races and initiatives that are important locally that to throw your hands up at the Presidential candidates is not an excuse. Local politics matter. Local initiatives really matter, because a lot of times, they'll determine the funding that your area will get for infrastructure or modernization.


In Maryland, I wanted to make sure I voted yes on Question 6. Actually, the ballot initiatives are my favorite, as they're likely to have the greatest direct impact.
 
2012-11-06 09:45:45 AM
So, if party representatives can collect ballots, what happens if they get caught dumping them.... is it illegal? (Honestly don't know)
 
2012-11-06 09:46:03 AM

Leeds: You can take comfort in the fact that Philly will go for the black man, regardless of how you wanted to vote or who you thought was better.

I know it feels good to vote and I'm sorry that you didn't straighten this out before the election, but if your profile is correct and you really are in Philly then your vote is as meaningless as can be.


Please be on later, your Republican tears will be delicious.
 
2012-11-06 09:47:00 AM

HST's Dead Carcass: Here in Colorado Springs, Republicans were going door to door on the West Side of town 'collecting absentee ballots'. When the local news contacted the local RNC/Romney campaigners, they fessed up to it and said they were doing a public service of making sure every vote was gathered. When they contacted the local DNC/Obama camp, they had not heard of this and were ready to get the local PD involved.

So, yes, the Republicans were literally going door to door under the guise of being bipartisan 'Official Poll Representatives' sent to collect votes. When the news asked about the fake title and fake job, the Romney camp told them they have no comment at this time, but will get back to them about it.

Voting shenanigans? Honest attempts to collect votes? They've not been able to prove anything except the Republicans were out attempting to collect ballots. Whether those ballots ended up in the polls or not is anyone's guess at this point.

But, this is Fark.com, and no one believes nothing:

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. -- As the election creeps closer, some questions are popping up about door-to-door ballot collections.

Elizabeth Tafoya lives near Airport Road and Circle Drive.

She said two men came to her apartment on Friday, and asked if she wanted them to turn in her ballot for her.

Tafoya gave them her ballot, and a copy of her identification card, and did not think twice about it.

That is, until the next day, when she spoke to her father who warned her the whole thing may have been a scam.

"The guys were between 25 and 30 years old, and they seemed real nice," Tafoya said. "It was about 7:30 or 8:00 at night when they came knocking, and I trusted them."

Tafoya said in the past, she has gone to her local polling station to vote.

She said this is the first election she has received her ballot in the mail.

"This was all new to me, with them coming to the door," Tafoya said. "I did not think anything of it like I said, until I spoke with my Dad."

FOX21 does not know who the people were that took Tafoya's ballot, but what we do know is door-to-door ballot collections are legal in Colorado in some cases.

The El Paso County Democratic Party said they have not been knocking on doors collecting ballots, while the El Paso County Republican Party said they have.

"I do not want anyone to be leery about it, two guys that look nice coming into your house," Tafoya said. "I did not think anything of all that, except for the identification card part."

In Colorado, partisan campaign representatives are allowed to collect up to ten ballots, but officials said no one should ever ask for a copy of your ID.

"Yeah (they) could change my vote, but not only that, now they have all my information," she said. "My name and where I live."

Tafoya said she is filing a police report with the Colorado Springs Police Department.


We need a purge of anti-democratic zealots in this country.

Of course, that would mean 90% of (f)right-wingers would be gone.

It's amazing to me that such widespread intimidation/fraud/suppression goes unchecked.
 
2012-11-06 09:47:43 AM

barbu: Weaver95: copied over from another thread:

I have already voted, and i'm settled in at the democratic party staging area in Carlisle (330 east louder steet). i'm going to be busy here around 9am when our first shift of phone bankers and/or canvassers come in to pick up their packets. I will post updates/pictures via my twitter feed tho, @weaverxp if you're interested and/or want to harass me.

get out there and vote today people! And if you're a central Pa local, come on down to visit...get here before the donuts are gone though or i'm sending you back out for foodage. oh, and i'll be here until we close doors at 8pm! so come down and we'll put you to work.


You've come a long way in the last few years, Mr. Weaver.



Well you know what they say about once you go black.
 
2012-11-06 09:48:04 AM

NateGrey: Leeds: You can take comfort in the fact that Philly will go for the black man, regardless of how you wanted to vote or who you thought was better.

I know it feels good to vote and I'm sorry that you didn't straighten this out before the election, but if your profile is correct and you really are in Philly then your vote is as meaningless as can be.

Please be on later, your Republican tears will be delicious.


I'm recommending that all Republicans save their tears in tiny bottles tonight so they can sell them on Ebay at the end of the evening.
 
2012-11-06 09:48:41 AM
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2012-11-06 09:48:41 AM
People keeep using clusterfark to describe a large group of people waiting to vote. It should used only if something is broken, or a pollster is sending people to the wrong room, or no one is voting. For godssake people, learn to use motherfarking adjectives!
 
2012-11-06 09:50:33 AM

NateGrey: Leeds: You can take comfort in the fact that Philly will go for the black man, regardless of how you wanted to vote or who you thought was better.

I know it feels good to vote and I'm sorry that you didn't straighten this out before the election, but if your profile is correct and you really are in Philly then your vote is as meaningless as can be.

Please be on later, your Republican tears will be delicious.


I stand corrected by a previous comment- the statewide votes still count, it's the local elections where the liberal vote stamps out the other votes in Philly.

This was the PA map in 2008:

www.politicspa.com

// hotlinked
 
2012-11-06 09:50:34 AM

Testiclaw: "Yeah (they) could change my vote, but not only that, now they have all my information," she said. "My name and where I live."


Uhh... they knocked on her door. I'm pretty sure they already knew where she lived... Just sayin'.

Still dumb of her to hand over her ballot.
 
2012-11-06 09:52:17 AM

HST's Dead Carcass: Here in Colorado Springs, Republicans were going door to door on the West Side of town 'collecting absentee ballots'. When the local news contacted the local RNC/Romney campaigners, they fessed up to it and said they were doing a public service of making sure every vote was gathered. When they contacted the local DNC/Obama camp, they had not heard of this and were ready to get the local PD involved.

So, yes, the Republicans were literally going door to door under the guise of being bipartisan 'Official Poll Representatives' sent to collect votes. When the news asked about the fake title and fake job, the Romney camp told them they have no comment at this time, but will get back to them about it.

Voting shenanigans? Honest attempts to collect votes? They've not been able to prove anything except the Republicans were out attempting to collect ballots. Whether those ballots ended up in the polls or not is anyone's guess at this point.

But, this is Fark.com, and no one believes nothing:

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. -- As the election creeps closer, some questions are popping up about door-to-door ballot collections.

Elizabeth Tafoya lives near Airport Road and Circle Drive.

She said two men came to her apartment on Friday, and asked if she wanted them to turn in her ballot for her.

Tafoya gave them her ballot, and a copy of her identification card, and did not think twice about it.

That is, until the next day, when she spoke to her father who warned her the whole thing may have been a scam.

"The guys were between 25 and 30 years old, and they seemed real nice," Tafoya said. "It was about 7:30 or 8:00 at night when they came knocking, and I trusted them."

Tafoya said in the past, she has gone to her local polling station to vote.

She said this is the first election she has received her ballot in the mail.

"This was all new to me, with them coming to the door," Tafoya said. "I did not think anything of it like I said, until I spoke with my Dad."

FOX21 does not kno ...


Egads, that's scary. I bet the Dad's eyes bugged out when she told him, and the girl was like "did . . . I do something wrong?" I hope more people had the good sense to say, no thanks, my vote is sacred and I'm going to go to the polls to do my best to ensure that my vote is counted.
 
2012-11-06 09:52:19 AM

foxtail: Obama will take an early lead, until the republicans get off of work.


It usually works the other way around; bosses can step out of the office to vote Republican during the day, but employees have to wait until their shift is over to vote Democrat.
 
2012-11-06 09:52:19 AM
Prepare for the jump to derpspeed.
 
2012-11-06 09:52:33 AM

clowncar on fire: coeyagi: clowncar on fire: Linux_Yes: BEND OVER REPUGS, HERE IS COMES!!!!!



and you all deserve everything you'll get tonight and more. because you made your bets on wall street and corporate slugs sitting on their fat asses in corporate Boardrooms, not The People.

you made your bet against Democracy, and tonight/tomorrow you will pay the price.

so F*ck off!

Actually, I'm indifferent about who wins.What inspired me to vote was a self righteous arrogant poster similar to yourself. I felt it was my civic duty to nullify his vote. Sort of like a cock punch for that loudmouth in you local watering hole.

Hopefully you have served as a inspiration to some undecided voter who will follow suit and nullify your vote in a similar fashion.

See, I win, you lose.

Are there any studies out there on how people grudge voted?

Nullify his vote? You mean vote for theofascism and Bush advisers and Bush-era policies.

C'mon, stop f*cking around.

Read in to it what you want. In the end, his vote was nullified. Big mouth got his ass handed to him- metaphorically of course.

Happy voting to the rest of the Fark community. Props to the people out there who kept it clean regardless of your political affiliation.


Um, yeah, that only works if you are in the same state. Glad he motivated uneducated folks to vote. That's what we need (see 2001 - 2009).
 
2012-11-06 09:53:11 AM

Elvis_Bogart: Just vote, damn you. I don't care who you vote for, just get off your ass and do it. At least pretend to give a rat's ass.


I live in DC. My vote has as much meaning as a black and white French existentialist film from the 70s, yet off to the polls I go
 
2012-11-06 09:53:47 AM

deffuse: So, if party representatives can collect ballots, what happens if they get caught dumping them.... is it illegal? (Honestly don't know)


It better farking be. (but yes it is, hopefully they are prosecuted for treason)
 
2012-11-06 09:53:53 AM
incidentally, if anyone has issues trying to vote (in Pa at least) there ARE democratic party poll watchers around who can help you resolve issues. just ask around and they'll help you out.
 
2012-11-06 09:54:17 AM

zappaisfrank: [sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x732]


This brings me to the point about Republicans: Why do they let some Australian control their political views? Murdoch owns Fox and he has more control over the political views of our country than our own damn president. How do God Fearing 'Muricans fall for this? They aren't real Americans is why, they're 'Muricans!
 
2012-11-06 09:54:20 AM

pciszek: Linux_Yes: i find it amusing that republicans seem to think that all they need to do is believe and it'll go their way. reminds me of religious zealots.

Redundant. Republicans are religious zealots. Oh, I'm sure there are some atheists who consider themselves Republican, but like the log cabain Republicans, they aren't actually welcome.


Being gay or atheist as a Republican is like being a theocrat or a white nationalist as a Democrat.

"We're gonna change things from the inside! One day, this party will see things our way."

farking delusional.
 
2012-11-06 09:55:12 AM
the 9am canvasser shift got off no problem. phone bank is hopping here as well! gettin' out the vote for Obama!

330 east louder street in carlisle. come on down folks and help out!

/@weaverxp if you want to follow me on twitter.
 
2012-11-06 09:56:10 AM

pciszek: It usually works the other way around; bosses can step out of the office to vote Republican during the day, but employees have to wait until their shift is over to vote Democrat.


Every company I ever worked for allowed us to go vote during our work schedule, and the time was 100% comped. What kind of commie companies do y'all work for?
 
2012-11-06 09:57:16 AM
It's Tweedle (D) and Tweedle (R).
 
2012-11-06 09:57:41 AM

foxtail: Obama will take an early lead, until the republicans get off of work.


So glad you didn't just post the exact same thing you posted in the earlier thread.
 
2012-11-06 09:58:25 AM
Voted early by mail. Why doesn't every state do it like Washington?

/suspicious states are suspicious
 
2012-11-06 09:58:26 AM

Leeds: I stand corrected by a previous comment- the statewide votes still count, it's the local elections where the liberal vote stamps out the other votes in Philly.


That's the dumbest farking thing I've heard today. Would you likewise say that Republicans in Texas "stamp out" the Democratic vote there?

Philly and its suburbs lean Democratic. We're also 20% of the state's population All those red areas on your map contain a very small percentage of population.
 
2012-11-06 09:58:50 AM

SharkInfested: Elvis_Bogart: Just vote, damn you. I don't care who you vote for, just get off your ass and do it. At least pretend to give a rat's ass.

I live in DC. My vote has as much meaning as a black and white French existentialist film from the 70s, yet off to the polls I go


Your vote is an anarchist boy looking at a black and white movie of a still photograph of a dead mime?
 
2012-11-06 09:59:33 AM
1389blog.com
 
2012-11-06 10:00:41 AM

Weaver95: the 9am canvasser shift got off no problem. phone bank is hopping here as well! gettin' out the vote for Obama!

330 east louder street in carlisle. come on down folks and help out!

/@weaverxp if you want to follow me on twitter.


================================
Thanks for doing your part to GOTV and making sure EVERY vote counts!
 
2012-11-06 10:01:50 AM
A little frustrated that they apparently killed the earlier thread.
 
2012-11-06 10:02:04 AM
doyner:
You sound blah...


Yeah, I am feeling blah too. Not only did I have this election BS happen, but I also found out that one of my best friends lost her fight with cancer over the weekend. She was 22.

Today has been peachy-farking-keen.

/bourbon time
 
2012-11-06 10:02:49 AM

coeyagi: evoke: I remember the polls favoring Kerry just before the election back in '04 as well. I voted for Bush that year - first time I was eligible to vote. In '08 I voted for McCain. So I am 1 out of 2 so far. Today I am voting for Romney and there is no doubt in my mind that he's going to win it.

Screenshotted. Thanks. Will repost later with snark.


Because that's what assholes do.
 
2012-11-06 10:02:51 AM

Dwight_Yeast: Leeds: I stand corrected by a previous comment- the statewide votes still count, it's the local elections where the liberal vote stamps out the other votes in Philly.

That's the dumbest farking thing I've heard today. Would you likewise say that Republicans in Texas "stamp out" the Democratic vote there?

Philly and its suburbs lean Democratic. We're also 20% of the state's population All those red areas on your map contain a very small percentage of population.


Are you retarded?
 
2012-11-06 10:05:16 AM

Skleenar: Ehy you don't votef Romney Obama either same. Where? Polls closed. Smart choicer is Libraaterian.Its easy to steel candy from your pet. But when does this also? Yes. Careful to voter machines. Absentee your vote or to stand in line with people withour soaps. Good bleeds.


Ah, a Gary Johnson supporter. Keep puffing away.
 
2012-11-06 10:05:37 AM
I'm just here to look at the funny pics. I am hoping to get a lot of mileage out of these in the next 4 years

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