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I'm voting early tomorrow

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Nov 3, 2008.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

    Barrelbulge(Fl) TS Supporters TS Supporters

    Aug 27, 2007
    West Central Florida
    I second that MIA. Bulge
  2. H82MIS

    H82MIS TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    I third that MIA,,,jim
  3. J.Woolsey

    J.Woolsey Member

    Aug 12, 2007
    I voted for McCain/Palin early, no exit pollsters. Sure wish I could have told them Ossama. I like the idea, give them a false sense of security just before the death blow. J.Woolsey
  4. RAScott

    RAScott Member

    Feb 28, 2008
    I am With you except for the fact that i dont approve of the top wage erners paying a higher rate, They will pay more since they earn more so the dollar value is higher but as for a higher rate NO, I want to accel im my career and I dont want to be stifled by more taxes. It goes totally against the principals that this country was born and raised on. Work, work hard and get ahead and you will be compensated for it.
    The people that employ others pay high taxes , payroll taxes they see their unemployment taxes wasted away. workers comp insurance. I own a business and i see it first hand, I don't bring homes 250k a year. but my company brings in more that 250k a year. and I am not just thinking of myself but all businesses in gereral. I like you will VOTE REPUBLICAN and be proud of it and if asked i will say republican.
  5. AJ100

    AJ100 TS Member

    Sep 6, 2006
    Three reasons to vote for John McCain.




  6. 391 shooter

    391 shooter Well-Known Member

    Jun 3, 2008
    I voted early and against Hussein Obama.
  7. CharlesK80

    CharlesK80 Member

    Jan 19, 2008
    MIA...you exhibit all the problems with straight (not strate) ticket voting. But it is your choice.

    You are proud you let another person decide who you will vote for. Foolish.

    Then lie about it.

    Something to teach your grandchildren?

    BHO by >5 points.
  8. 5spd

    5spd TS Member

    Apr 18, 2008
    Yeeup, I voted Saturday my self to avoid lines on Tuesday out here.
  9. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    McCain sues Va. election board

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Republican John McCain's presidential campaign sued the Virginia election board Monday, claiming absentee ballots weren't mailed on time to military members serving overseas.

    The complaint asks the U.S. District Court in Richmond to order the state to count absentee ballots postmarked by Tuesday and received by Nov. 14.

    It contends that thousands of troops' ballots many of which would go to McCain will not be counted. The deadline for ballots to be received is 7 p.m. Election Day, which is Tuesday.

    The lawsuit is the second in a week to challenge preparations for the presidential election in Virginia, where Barack Obama hopes to become the first Democrat since 1964 to win the state's 13 electoral votes.

    Polls over the past week show him about even with or slightly ahead of McCain. More than 436,000 new Virginia voters have registered since Jan. 1, and about 500,000 people a tenth of the state's electorate have cast absentee ballots.

    The NAACP sued the state last week, alleging it allotted too few voting machines for the enormous number of voters in majority black precincts expected to be drawn by the prospect of electing Obama as the first black president. U.S. District Judge Richard L. Williams on Monday declined to order longer voting hours and other changes requested by the NAACP. He did order the elections board to publicize the availability of curbside voting for older or disabled voters and the fact that people in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

    A hearing on McCain's lawsuit is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday before Williams. That lawsuit alleges that ballots for overseas military voters were mailed too late to ensure they are returned by the deadline. Defendants are the chairwoman, vice chairman and executive secretary of the state elections board. A 1986 federal law requires ballots to be mailed to military voters in foreign countries at least 45 days before the election, which this year would have been Sept. 20.

    The lawsuit alleges the state didn't have the ballots printed and sent to local officials by then, meaning they may not have been mailed overseas until October. Ashley L. Taylor Jr., an attorney for McCain, said tens of thousands of oversees military absentee ballots could be voided unless the deadline is extended. "The last thing you want is to have a service member in Afghanistan or Iraq who received his ballot too late not being able to vote in this election," Taylor said.

    Board Chairwoman Jean Cunningham said late Monday afternoon the board had not seen the lawsuit and could not comment.
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