Thank God it is (Almost) Over

Dave

I do not know about the rest of you, but I am all but used up. This seemingly interminable campaign is finally and mercifully coming to an end, and the relief I am feeling is approaching orgasmic. I have not enjoyed a decent night’s sleep in nearly two weeks, and the antacids I have dropped could probably fill a fifty-five gallon drum to the rim.

I have no idea what is going to happen tomorrow, as I think this thing could go either way – and for a whole host of reasons.

I realize many of my conservative friends truly believe Barack Hussein Obama will be going down in a Carter-esque defeat.

I honestly wish I shared their optimism.

Thirty-two years have passed since the voters of this country quite rudely threw my former governor out of the White House after only one term, but much has changed in the over three decades  since. As much as we might want to believe otherwise, we are just not that America anymore, as the takers are now nearly equal in number to the makers.

What continues to concern me is how high the POtuS is still riding in the polls. This goober should not even be in contention at this point, yet there he is, breathing right down Mitt Romney’s neck.

I can only hope people are flat out lying to the pollsters, because the alternative is just too bitter to contemplate.

And there is still that gnawing feeling deep down in my gut that keeps telling me the last chance to save our America via the voting booth came and went in November of 2008. If there really is one last-ditch chance remaining, this is most definitely it.

I hope and pray my fellow Americans are going to turn out in sufficient numbers tomorrow to send the Kenyan Muslim commie fraud packing in January. Should they do so, there will still be a flicker of hope for our America, albeit a dim one. After all, when it comes to the historical life-span of free republics, history is not exactly on our side.

And merely voting in Mitt Romney is not going to be enough in and of itself.

The Senate must flip, too, otherwise there will be no hope of repealing Obamacare, and unless that hideous law is repealed in its entirety, nothing else is going to matter because two years hence, it will be too entrenched to uproot.

Be sure you cast your vote for the American, and encourage your friends to do likewise, lest we as a nation wind up as what you see sitting on the plate at the top of this post – and that in very short order, too.

This is the election you have been waiting your entire life for.

God bless you all, and may God save America.

-Dave

8 responses to “Thank God it is (Almost) Over

  1. I’m not quite comfortable with the outcome either. All I can do is continue to pray. God bless this great country!

  2. You have done a great job informing people, thank you. And thanks to all your helpers. Sincerely, Paul.

  3. I am tired of all of his lies and all of the decisions that are detrimental to the US. I am fearful of the results tomorrow evening. I am fervently praying for a Romney/Ryan win but know that it is possible that soetero could win with a combination of liberal votes, black votes and fraud. The large crowds that Governor Romney has been attracting in comparison to the weak groups for soetero give me a little hope. I will pray. I will vote and I will pray some more! May God be with us.
    I also know that the voting situation in NJ and NY is very compromised so validity is going to be an issue. The military vote is also a major issue. If the election is close we will probably not get a final answer immediately. Praying for a landslide in Romney’s favor so we can get our country back!

  4. Again, like Nixon said: “This time, vote like your whole world depended on it.”

    Go Mitt!

  5. I feel the same way as everyone else here ,without senate flip and the rhino’s seeing the light ,with GOD’s forgiveness we may start back on the right path . I realize that ROMNEY will have a big job to correct this country but with the corruption going on , I don’t know that we will survive. Just pray.

  6. Very well, and eloquently stated, Dave.

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