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…and how will you be spending Election night as the results roll in?

I dropped my ballot off on Saturday-ho hum. I will be watching Fox News. Tonight, I’m am rooting for my home state of Ohio. I am wearing my OSU Buckeyes sweatshirt. It’s the only way I can vicariously participate in the defeat of Obama and the election of President Romney and Vice President Ryan.

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  1. conservative cowgirl

    November 6th, 2012

    I’m baking a luscious devil’s food cake for the impending celebration of getting rid of the Devil’s spawn in the WH!

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  2. dba_vagabond_trader

    November 6th, 2012

    Pretty typical out here in the sticks of northern CT. Light turnout early on, before work, no Romney signs at the entrance, w.t.f., will have to ask my R selectman about that. I did notice our commie D senate candidate Chris Murphy was also listed under the “Working Family” party aka Acorn shills and was able to point this out to a young guy going into the polls.

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  3. Troy

    November 6th, 2012

    I wore my Romney-Red shirt today to my polling place in Panama City Beach, Florida.
    Yes, swing state, 29 electorials.
    It took 20 minutes. Crowded with a bunch of amendments on the ballot.

    At this time I am prepared to call Florida for Romney!

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  4. Paulcface

    November 6th, 2012

    I taped my Romney yard sign to the back of my car to piss off all the liberals in sunny CA. Voted with my heart and against 5 tax increase measures. Tonight, I’m going to drink Bourbon, watch some Fox and switch over to MSNBC when Mitt wins. It should be very entertaining.

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  5. Jack Daniels

    November 6th, 2012

    As a Canadian, all I can do is sit and watch. Even the msm here is rooting for obama (of course) and lying through their miserable communist teeth on how the ‘world’ wants and needs obama to win!

    I almost busted my computer this morning, listening to their f**king lies and propaganda!

    Please people….restore America in spades!!

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  6. Hawaiian

    November 6th, 2012

    I went to vote first thing, like 8 am, and brought my two young children. No lines, very little on the local ballot, took like 10 minutes.

    I’ll watch Fox now and then during the day. Then, after the returns start coming in and the Demorats start getting the beating I fully expect them to get, I’ll switch over to PMSNBC to enjoy their frustration and disappointment and drink up their sweet, sweet tears.

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  7. Chiefillinicake

    November 6th, 2012

    My polling place was at least five-six times busier than I’ve ever seen it, and the wife and I always vote at 7am and have had the same polling place for the last twenty-five years. We then go for a coffee afterwards. It’s our thing!

    One observation…as I was waiting for Mrs. Illinicake to wrap up her voting, I was standing outside of the polls, and the men approaching to vote had the determined faces of people who were storming Normandy Beach. They didn’t just look like they were coming in to vote…they looked like they were coming in to kick some ass!

    I mentioned this to my wife, and she remarked “what do you think YOU looked like just ten minutes ago?”

    Suffice to say, I kicked some ass with that ballot!

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  8. beachmom

    November 6th, 2012

    Went to work at Cabela’s where a couple of us talked about Romney being elected won’t be as good for gun sales. Went and voted. All 3 of my kids, a son’s girlfriend and son in law all voted for Romney/Ryan. Local victory party down the street later this evening.

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  9. Death_By_Farts

    November 6th, 2012

    You guys have nailed it…

    WATCH MSNBC FOR SOME REAL SERIOUS FUN TONIGHT!
    Then watch the View tomorrow for even more exploding heads.

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  10. thirdtwin

    November 6th, 2012

    Long line at 8:30, but we always have great turnout here in Tom Price’s district. Easily 1000 RR yard signs in our precinct.

    Anecdote: My wife is a naturalized citizen from China. Her sister and BIL are too, and they live in LA. BIL is a Prof and Dem, but won’t be voting for either party this time. My wife’s sis is a Dem but will vote for Romney…haaaaates Obama. My MIL, also naturalized citizen and living near her daughter in LA, told her that she was votng for Obama because Medicare bullshit blah blah blah. So my SIL called my wife and told her she was not taking mom to the polls to vote for Barky and they laughed like hell.

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  11. Death_By_Farts

    November 6th, 2012

    I’ll be home from work by 11pm, just in time to catch the last few hours.

    I’ll be out in my heated shed out back. Got beer, smokes, tv, and a Mossberg shotgun loaded with 8 rounds. (I want to fire off a few rounds in the air when Romney wins).

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  12. Bad Brad

    November 6th, 2012

    Polls are more crowded then any time I’ve seen them here in our Northern Cali. community. We’ve been voting at the same fire house for the last 18 years. Probably 4 times more people then I’ve ever seen there, guaranteed all Romney. To bad it wont have any impact.

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  13. I Luv Bacon

    November 6th, 2012

    6:30 am – line too long.
    (Working O-Drones).
    11:30 am- line still same length.
    (Unemployed 3rd worlders).
    1:30- just right. 15 mins.
    A lot less smelly too…

    No U.N., No New Black Puddy Tats.

    I didn’t see RoseAnne on the ballot.

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  14. m00pa

    November 6th, 2012

    Will be stopping on the way from work to throw the lever for the sake of the country.

    I’ll be wearing my “Commie Obama Hat” and home made “American re-Founders” tee shirt. Then on to Nino’s Resturant to share my personal wealth in his capitalist establishment.(pizza and a brew)

    Later in the evening I plan on being planted in front of the boob-tube until the wee hours.

    Tomorrow I will be joyfully celebrating the victory over socialisim by refraining from my normal capatilist advancement.(day off from work)

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  15. reddecaesari

    November 6th, 2012

    recently moved so voted by mail.
    area i live is fairly conservative so zero obama
    signs/bumperstickers. as you head into central san diego, more liberal.

    plan on waiting till 8pm cali time before tuning into fox.

    listened to rush this morning and will probably turn on levin this afternoon.

    onward soldiers.

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  16. redgrandma

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted early this morning. Wore my Republican Red dress and my black high-heel kick-Dem-ass boots. Not that it will make much difference in a downtown, lake-front precinct in Chicago. But it was more crowded and the wait longer than I have ever experienced. Tonight I’ll trade the dress for my fuzzy robe, pop-corn and lots of coffee (don’t drink anymore or it’d be…) The coffee won’t do much for the knot of anxiety in my gut but I’ll pray also.

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  17. michellesbigbeaver

    November 6th, 2012

    Early voted. The turn out yesterday for Ryan’s stumping in Reno NV looked to be about 1500 (i always under estimate) so that was good. I still expect NV to bend over and grab their ankles and let Obama keep f*cking us in the ass.

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  18. Geri

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted with my husband and our 20 year old son. Other son votes after work. All R/R. Was happy to see more young people than ever!! Being in rural Alabama, I think it’s safe to assume they were there to help relieve this country of the giant boil on its butt, the O administration.

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  19. even steven

    November 6th, 2012

    I voted at around 10:45. I live in the reddest county in Illinois. Turnout is high around here. Everyone is motivated to try to finally overcome the Chicago democrat machine that’s ruined the state. Downstate turnout just may surprise the “experts”. I’ll be giving a couple people a ride to the polls when I get done with work.

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  20. Skorpion

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted about an hour ago. BIG turnout at the polling place; both sides seem to really be energized.

    I’m calling this election a squeaker for Obama, but anything can happen at this point. Will keep an eye on the news tonight whilst swilling India Pale Ale.

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  21. conservative cowgirl

    November 6th, 2012

    Mmmmm, the cake layers are almost done! You guys want buttercream icing, chocolate ganache or whipped cream on the cake? ;)

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  22. Weldor

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted at lunchtime, went to the liquor store and bought a bottle of Blanton’s and have been wearing my Dad’s lucky hat all day.

    I’ll have fried oysters and whiskey next door at the neighbors while I watch Rachel Maddow engage in serial pillow biting with Chrissie Matthews…

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  23. Weldor

    November 6th, 2012

    Definitely the ganache…

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  24. Lulu

    November 6th, 2012

    I voted, as I always do, in the auditorium of the public elementary school I attended years ago. A real auditorium with stage, heavy velvet curtains in the proscenium arch, and all the usual stage gear, plus fixed seats in the sloping rear half of the main auditorium. It even has a built-in ticket booth out front. Quite something.

    Every Christmas we performed the story of the Nativity from the Bible, in costumes. (Anyone miss the real Nativity story in our schools? I do.)

    Great fun to go back there for every election. A wonderful feeling of continuity.

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  25. NCO77

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted at 6:00am this morning with the wife. We were the third and fourth people there, but by the time we got done there were lines outside. We’re in southern Illinois so we always know that our votes are probably wasted because of the scum in Chicago, but it felt good making that mark for Romney.

    I am confident but also so nervous I’m almost physically ill. Tonight can’t get here and past fast enough.

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  26. Ricky

    November 6th, 2012

    It was a cool rainy day here. almost had an accident, some old fart came real close to hitting me with his Red Cadillac in the parking lot.
    As I walked in..
    The polling place was loaded with old people and it smelled like someone opened a fresh box of mothballs..on the carpet someone took a 1″ wide roll of blue 3M painters tape and made walk way traffic lanes on the church carpet..(how the church didn’t burst into flames as I walked in is beyond me??) they even had arrows to point you in the right direction. I signed in and was pleasantly surprised to see Romney and Ryan at the top of my ballot. Our ballots have changed..they now have the fill in the bubble form.. I filled that sucker in thoroughly with a black ink pen!! As I walked out, picked up my “I voted sticker”..

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  27. J Frank Parnell

    November 6th, 2012

    Texas, rural.

    Everyone I talked to today voted R-R. The majority of the chatter was how Fat Boy fellated Chairman Mau to sabotage the election. I acted surprised at their naiveté about RINOs.

    That’s progress. Last election most of ‘em didn’t even know what a RINO was.

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  28. orbitup

    November 6th, 2012

    I live in a town in Texas of about 1300 so voting was easy this morning. My wife and I got there at 8 (polls opened at 7) with 2 people in front of us. I cast the 90th ballot of the day. There was probably a small line at 7.

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  29. Jack Daniels

    November 6th, 2012

    Anyone want to sponsor me so I can get my citizenship?

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    I’m 1000 times more patriotic than ANY liberal traitor.

    Unfortunately my paternal grandfather who was an American is dead and all I have left are cousins in Connecticut …and they’re democrats!

    Anyone?

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  30. conservative cowgirl

    November 6th, 2012

    @Weldor, that makes two of us voting for ganache! Oh, and I could put some on the cake, too.

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  31. conservative cowgirl

    November 6th, 2012

    @Jack Daniels, can we just trade your cousins for you?!

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  32. It's shak-N-bake and i helped

    November 6th, 2012

    I proudly wore my Ushanka commie hat i won to vote. I even sent Karl a picture of me there with it.(It was fair, i won it!) Took my 20 year old daughter with me. It was her first time voting. Made daddy proud.

    Even better, my 15 year old took a survey at school to see where he falls along political lines. His results stated he was to the RIGHT of the tea party. Damn that makes me proud. I did something right!

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  33. Ricky

    November 6th, 2012

    More news out of Sarasota: (try not to laugh..)
    Jill Green, a resident of Sarasota, Fla., who lives in the Indian-Beach/Sapphire Shores neighborhood, had her Obama election signs stolen twice from her yard, according to WWSB. She then received a postcard featuring a photo of former President Ronald Reagan next to President Barack Obama, captioned “Hero” and “Zero,” respectively. On the back of the card, the person wrote this:

    Ms Green,

    My apologies for your Democrat yard signs, but I can explain. I live around the corner from you and when I see signs that support Democrats I fear for the safety of our neighborhood. When thieves drive through Sapphire Shores scoping out possible targets and see pro-Democrat yard signs they automatically assume that the subdivision is filled with retards and half-wits. The gangsters think it’s easy pickings because they already know that if a person votes Democrat they probably don’t have the sense to come in out of the rain, not to mention locking their doors or securing their valuables. It is common knowledge amongst burglars that Democrats are anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment so when they see campaign signs that promote Democrats they know the homeowners are not armed and therefore unable to protect themselves from attack.

    You are not concerned about a robber breaking into your home because you have the Sarasota Police Department to guard and protect you. You sleep safe knowing what a great job they did with tracking down the hooligans that took the signs depicting your misguided support.

    — Bat Masterson

    Here’s the link for the story, including a video:
    http://www.mysuncoast.com/news/local/article_ce92c57a-27bc-11e2-ba0b-0019bb30f31a.html

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  34. RightWinger

    November 6th, 2012

    Even though NJ where I live will go down in defeat, I voted for “Love of Country”.

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  35. TCNC

    November 6th, 2012

    I was voter 999 at my precinct just north of Charlotte around 12:30PM on a cold, cloudy day. No lines – not like 2008 when the lines were longer. Not sure what that means.

    I have a bottle of 13 year old Signatory Vintage, Caol Ila scotch I will use to open the ceremonies this evening but hope to pop the cork on a bottle of Veuve champagne later tonight.

    Either way, I see plenty of good drinking in my future and I hope everyone voted for love of country today.

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  36. BillyShaft

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted this morning in critical Northern Virginia. Lots of people looking serious about voting. Voted against a bunch of bond issues (spend less!) and for a limitation on eminent domain.

    Also saw several Zombies wearing their “O” gear. Idiots.

    Is it wrong for me to hate the people who want to actively ruin this country? This really has become quite personal over the last four years.

    God Bless all of you and God Bless America.

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  37. Aidan

    November 6th, 2012

    Taught my grandson how the process at the polls goes … he’s ten. And he knows a fakir when he sees one. Romney all the way.

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  38. Lulu

    November 6th, 2012

    Should have mentioned that we are in Southern California. The voter registrations lean Dem, but the “No Party Preference” registrations have grown to 20.9%. If we had another Gray Davis recall miracle, the state just might pull off a surprise – or at least a healthy showing for Romney.

    Should be a good turnout. Jerry Brown is trying to get us to vote in a huge tax increase scheme. The other big proposition 32 aims to curb the unions’ political influence. Both are hot issues. No to taxes, yes to curbing union involvement in our state’s politics. Fingers crossed.

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  39. TeamDub

    November 6th, 2012

    “Is it wrong for me to hate the people who want to actively ruin this country? This really has become quite personal over the last four years.”

    Nope.

    As I explained to the woman last night after finding out some fairly close (but monumentally stupid) friends were voting for o – again – and declaring that I was done with them. “You take this stuff too seriously!” the woman shrieked.

    You don’t take it seriously enough, I calmly replied.

    I don’t have the time or inclination to spend my free moments with half-witted morons.

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  40. Mountain Dog

    November 6th, 2012

    I voted last month, but I took one of my daughters to vote for the first time. Showed her how to fill in the circles and made sure the important one was done correctly — and I never had to tell her who to vote for because she would lose her medical insurance and probably her job if the traitor scammed enough voters.

    I also attached a sign (http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=149071) or poster to a telephone pole near the voting place just in case there is anybody stupid enough in my neck of the woods to not know who to vote for. Took a pic of that and mailed it to Irony. It’s a cell phone picture, not real good, so I could understand if you don’t want to post it. Please do with it as you wish.

    Oh, and Happy Mitt Romney Day !!!

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  41. Lulu

    November 6th, 2012

    Not intending to spam, but our area was a sea of Obama yard signs and bumper stickers in 2008. No sign of them this year, except for a tattered leftover 2008 bumper sticker on a ratty car.

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  42. TeamDub

    November 6th, 2012

    Oh, and I voted this morning – NW Ohio – 8:15. Took maybe 10 minutes and I voted like I just got a new puppy – NO, NO, NO, NO, NO! (and R/R)

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  43. BillyShaft

    November 6th, 2012

    CC – Ganache please :)

    Chief – your description of the voters looking resolved like our boys hitting the Normandy Beaches was spot-on. Serious business indeed.
    The few, um, people, with goofy detached attitudes usually were wearing some type of OfA gear.

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  44. fxdwg

    November 6th, 2012

    The polls in Hampton Roads, Virginia have been slammed all day. It is going to be a record turnout. I’m proud of my fellow Virginians and pray that they choose capitalism over socialism.

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  45. Chuck U Farley

    November 6th, 2012

    Went to my polling place @ 10:00. Lot was full & folks were parking on the shoulder of the road. A few cars had Obozo stickers on them. A few had Romney. Went in, 3 lines, two deep. Gave my name, they checked me off, signed my name on the receipt. Waited another 5 minutes in line for a machine to clear. 1 minute to vote.

    Much lighter than last time, but we’ve had early voting since last week and lines there were an hour long, all day, every day.

    After I got outside, went over to the Republican tent. Gave the workers high 5′s, and asked them if I could get them some coffee, water or sandwiches. One fella just said, “All we need are your prayers.” You got ‘em Hoss!

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  46. Tim

    November 6th, 2012

    Wife and I voted about 11 AM – double line back to the stairs. Voters were decked out in their finest overalls and some had put on their Redwings instead of wearing the standard rubber muck boots.

    Everybody wipes the cow shit off before entering the Courthouse.

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  47. Chuck U Farley

    November 6th, 2012

    BTW, in case you see any voter fraud, this is from ‘True The Vote’..

    “Concerned citizens are encouraged to report any incidents outside of polling locations with True the Vote’s official Election Integrity Hotline (http://www.truethevote.org/incident-report/). Citizens may submit incidents over the phone by dialing 855-444-6100</b. Descriptions and photos should be directed to freeandfair@truethevote.org.True the Vote will verify credible reports and submit those appropriate local authorities."

    Call the local constabulary also.

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  48. Joe

    November 6th, 2012

    Got out this morning in North Alabama at 7:15, went to vote and thought I’d be the only one. There were hundreds of us at the polling station. Put in my vote for Romney/Ryan and have been so happy the rest of the live-long day.

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  49. TeamDub

    November 6th, 2012

    Okay, my dog just talk-yawned and it sounded almost exactly like Romney.

    Gotta be a good omen, right?

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  50. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    November 6th, 2012

    Went to poll at 6:30. They opened at 7 and I was 30th in line. Got home at 7:30; would have been spooner but there were some Obama-voter morons there who were rteading the TWELVE constitutional amendments on the spot before deciding which way to vote on them (as if…).

    Watched PERSON OF INTEREST DVD, 4 episodes until Rush came on. Then went to bar, eyeballed the 20 y/o barmaid and nursed a pitcher and a 5-Vegas.

    Am now headed to the local BBQ for a pork sammich and fries, then over to Gilley’s to nurse another pitcher, eyeball another young barmaid and curse the TV if the results are on. Gilley’s doesn’t allow cigars, tho. Pity.

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  51. Millertime

    November 6th, 2012

    Yes it is childish, No I do not care

    Cast my ballot here in Medina Ohio when I noticed something on my way back to my truck.

    Gravel parking lot with huge puddle of old rain water. Just waited for the group of 4 exiting the van adorned with Obastard stickers to enter the point of no return.

    Have a shower you stinking hippies

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  52. Czar of Defenestration

    November 6th, 2012

    Yes, I voted at 7am…I was first in line at 6:15am (Here in Florida, they opened at 7am).

    Spent the rest of the day decoating the car in anticipation of a Romney victory (will send iOTW photos if prayers are answered), while the Czarina cleaned house, in anticipation of us partying the house into a pigsty tonight.

    We’ve spent the last 7 weeks (almost) every day walking around knocking on doors and talking to people in the county (along I-4 SWING COUNTY “corridor”…between Tampa/St. Petersburg, Orlando and Dayton Beach).

    FLORIDA IS ROMNEY TERRITORY. Period. Big question remains Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin.

    *Screw* the political parties; I had my fill of those in D.C. for 40 years. I *ove* you guys, but please don’t call me tonight. We’re starting on Bavarian Potato Salad and Champagne for the victory evening in about 30 minutes.

    BEST WISHES TO ALL!

    p.s. I wonder whatever happened to that troll (I forget his name, but his avatar had a goateed guy with a cigarette in his mouth) who claimed he had $40,000 on that online betting site for Obama?!? Heh heh heh…schadenfreude, baby, SCHADENFREUDE.

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  53. conservative cowgirl

    November 6th, 2012

    @Millertime, LOL! I would give anything to have seen that!! Er, I mean, tsk, tsk…

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  54. Czar of Defenestration

    November 6th, 2012

    Ugh. Posted too soon. “Political parties” = parties on a political theme (election).

    Forgive the typos. Veuve Clicquot bottles are NOT defective.

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  55. Merry Poppet

    November 6th, 2012

    We voted by mail, but my daughter says polling places in the Fairfax VA area are lined up and very busy. Huge turnout. We were there in 2007-2008 when the madness struck, but I think the Virginians may have regained their senses. I hope so.

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  56. Webonot

    November 6th, 2012

    Woke up to rain this morning and it put a big smile on my face. I was hoping it was that way all up the east coast. I live in a conservative county in Georgia, so I had happy, polite pollworkers to greet me. I brought home steaks and my favorite beer to enjoy while we watch the returns……
    If things go south later, I have hard liquor.

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  57. pissedpatriot30

    November 6th, 2012

    Got up, me and the dog shit, worked my ass of till 3, voted, fed dog, he took a solo shit, too tired for dinner, gonna peck at the key board, then hit the hay. Same damn day ‘cept for that voting thing. Oh, and fuk the dems!!!!!

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  58. Chief IlliniCake

    November 6th, 2012

    Sounds like some of you guys are planning on swilling some ritzy booze this evening.

    Me…I’ve got a 21 year old Balvenie Portwood on the sideboard and if Romney pulls it off, I drinking for both he and I, cause God knows the Mormons don’t imbibe.

    Now, if Romney loses, I’ll finish the Polish rotgut and likely be wandering the Earth like Cain/Kung Fu for the next four years.

    Either way, don’t count on me for Wednesday!

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  59. Callmelennie

    November 6th, 2012

    Had to take my son to vote in his first Presidential Election before he went to school so I went to check polls at 6:30 AM, no lines. Went back to vote at 7:30 AM, only 44 votes had gone thru the vote tabulator. So there’s no great “throw the bum out” crush of voters in a heavily Republican precinct.

    When I returned from my first foray to the polls, I saw a guy who had just missed his bus to work. So I doubled back and picked him up and zipped him up to the next bus stop ad kept him from being late to work.

    When he asked how he could repay me, I said “Vote Romney .. early and often.”

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  60. pissedpatriot30

    November 6th, 2012

    Oh, and all you “friends of Bill” out there, pay no mind to all that “drinkin’” talk. We can get through this without making that choice!!!!

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  61. Lance o Lot

    November 6th, 2012

    I was in line before the polls opened. Reading the sample ballot I was shocked to learn that I had been re-districted and didn’t know it.

    Until now, I had only voted for one Congressman; Frank Wolf, (Va.-10). He’s perhaps the most honest and honorable Congressman there is. I have always corresponded with him and materially supported his campaigns. Heck, I have had the same WOLF sticker on my truck for at least 8 years.

    Once I realized that I have been “represented” by Ass-Hat Gerry Connolly for the past several months I was deeply saddened. But what really pissed me off is that the Virginia GOP and the Perkins campaign made zero outreach to those of us who had been added to the 11th district. Here I am donating to Mr. Wolf, telling others to vote for him as well, and representing my colors. Had those GOPers sent one damn letter, I’d have cut the Colonel a check and flew his flag as well.

    Now I have some F**k-Face left-wing weenie on his way to being re-elected as *my* representative? Ef it; I’m gonna’ mix a martini, butcher this deer, and hit the hay. Then, if the sun rises and the Colonel lost, I’m calling my realtor and re-locating to what’s left of the red part of Fairfax County.

    Did I mention that I voted for the American ;)

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  62. moarkdave

    November 6th, 2012

    I vote at a small country church. I voted at 1:20 this afternoon, they were busy for the time of day (25-30 there to vote, by the time I left. When I drove by about 3 hours later, their chat parking lot was full and I have no idea how many have voted today here. I think it is a great sign for Romney – and I hope Akin too.
    What will I be doing? Here on line with y’all. No cable and would not watch it even if I did.

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  63. DaveVA

    November 6th, 2012

    Voted 9:45am in Chesapeake, VA. Waited 2 hours. Lines little shorter that 08′. Better conversations this time. More energy for the good guys. Voted R/R and I hope my home state of Ohio does the same.

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  64. GI-had Joe

    November 6th, 2012

    I volunteered to work at a precinct as a clerk today….there were 6 of us crammed into a two car garage. People were motivated to participate and I have never seen tha many people in such a smnall precint. Voter turnout was good.

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  65. Moe tom

    November 6th, 2012

    I did what I said I would do. Voted 10 AM (more people than usual in my village). Went to Church.
    Confessional closed. Said a prayer for Mitt,Paul, and America. Lit three candles. Went to work. Short day. Came home Had dinner. Watched Ed Schulz and Lawerence O’Donnell for 4 minutes. Vomited. Switched to Fox, Turned on Mark Levin and IOTW. And here I am with a liter of Dewars, Ice, Club soda.
    Any of you want to drop in? no problem. Right now Electoral Votes: Romney 71–Obummer 78.

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  66. reader

    November 6th, 2012

    Romney may win the popular vote but Zero will win the electoral. We’re toast.

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  67. Doc

    November 6th, 2012

    @ Illustr8r, you’re wearing you Buckeye shirt??? I’m wearing my NRA ballcap just in case!

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  68. 99th Squad Leader

    November 6th, 2012

    Arrived early, around 8:00 am at my polling place.
    It was busy but not to crowded and voting was a breeze – only took about 7 minutes. I made sure I voted for the presidential candidate that loves this country, honors Israel, and remembers the US constitution must be respected and will not be bowing to our enemies. Need I say more! Romney all the way!

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  69. Michael W Perkins

    November 7th, 2012

    Wife & I voted after She got home from work, we helped AZ stay Sane, WTF OHIO, WTF MICHIGAN & WISCONSIN!!!!

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