Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Voting DRAMA Part II...

2 transfers
2 precincts
3 trips
4 hours
1 Vote for McCain/Palin

Worth it?  Absolutely!!!


  1. Glad you got it all figured out! Sorry things didn't go our way. It is comforting to know that God is in control! :)

  2. I read your post on Sandy Toes' blog and agree with you 100%! This election kind of reminded me of the OJ Simpson verdict. Skin color was the top priority. I heard that reason for the way people voted in interviews all day yesterday. My mother lives in SC and she saw people wearing T-shirts that said, "I Voted For History." What a shame. I think God is about to bring us to our knees. He has been trying to wake us up and this may be it. I am so sorry that people are so blinded by this man and see him, instead of our Lord, as their savior. Obama and the Congress will promote things that are against God. Hold on to your faith!

  3. Loved your comment on Shell in Your Pocket! AMEN!

  4. Sorry about the drama! Yuck! I voted McCain and am happy to say that McCain/Palin won in Polk County. That is at least a small victory here.

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  5. My dear reader, OH how I echo the words you posted on my blog! So true...so sad...so alarming....we have blinded our eyes in hopes that we will be given something...change...ask most people and they don't even know what that means?

    Last night, we had a couple at our home from South Africa...his wife looked at me and said this is exactly what happened in our country...they promised the "world"...."like washing machines almost flying from the sky"...none of the promises were fulfilled...so sad!

    Are we repeating history???

    Rev. Martin Niemoeller, a German Lutheran pastor who was arrested by the Gestapo in 1938 wrote, "In Germany, the Nazis first came for the communists and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the Jews and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics and I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me and by that time there was no one left to speak for me." The liberties that thousands of Americans have fought and died for hang in the balance.

  6. Oh my you did have some drama with trying to vote...I'm glad you were able to ~ though it didn't end up as we would like it to:(

    All we can do is pray for the best and know that God is absolutely in control! I am really worried though.

  7. I once heard a story about a woman's granfather who had put on his Sunday best to walk 20 miles into town so that he could vote for the very first time as an African American man. In also knowing what it took for women to finally get the right to vote I take that right very seriously.
    Good for you as well.

  8. Oh my goodness. What a nightmare getting your vote in. That is so great that you did all of this work though hun! Thank you!

  9. didn't know you had a link to my pc website. thanks!


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