Tuesday, November 6, 2012

PLEASE VOTE

I am not very
POLITICAL
by nature.
I don't stand on
any soapboxes
or street corners,
especially in the
red light district
if you get my drift,
to tell anyone
how to vote.
So,
I only have
two words 
to say today.
God Bless Our Country.
If you DON'T vote-
DON'T complain
about the outcome~

42 comments:

  1. Diana, I am finished voting. The doors opened at 6 and I was out of there at 6:10..yippeeee. I vote to have the right to gripe.:):):) xo, Susie

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  2. Voted 10 days ago here. Wasn't about to wait and no lines for me.

    Hugs,

    Cotton Peony

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  3. I hope I can make it up there today. Its going to have to get better.

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  4. Hi Diana,

    My hubby and I voted last week. I just had this feeling that something could happen between then and voting day so that we wouldn't able to vote.

    Well it is now 5:02am and I have not slept. This is not unusual for me. But I was sick this AM and I am sick again now and don't know when I will get to sleep. So listening to the promptings you get is a good thing.

    I will be watching CNN all evening though to see the results.

    Good luck to my candidate. :)LOL

    Praying for the right man to be living in the White House for the next four years.

    Take care, Janet W

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  5. voted on the 21st..
    Happy to see you made this for all and not about a particular preference..

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  6. Going out to vote this morning on my way to taking my daughter to school.She will be with me to see the process.
    xx
    Anne

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  7. I even made sure to schedule my surgery for AFTER election day! (tomorrow...yuck!)Now that's a dedicated voter! Anyway...good post because I hate it when bloggers put up advertising for their candidate, I'm here to have fun and not see advertisements, I can see those on TV! :)

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  8. Done before I came to school. Now, sit back and see the results tonight.

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  9. Heading over as soon as the kids get out of school, they like to watch the process!

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  10. We early voted so that we wouldn't have to stand in line on election day. May the best thing for the USA win, whichever that may be.

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  11. I'm always amazed when turnout is low. If you don't vote, you have no right to complain for the next four years!

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  12. The best thing they ever did here in Arizona is giving us the option to use early mail-in ballots.

    No lines!

    Good advice today Diane.

    *hugs*

    mo

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  13. I always vote so that I can complain loudly if I am not happy. ;-)

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  14. Amen, we did early voting, took 2 hours in line but worth every second

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  15. If you DON'T vote - DON'T complain
    about the outcome~
    That says it all . . . I would even say, if your man doesn't win . . . pray for and support the man that does. He is in charge of our country and he needs all the prayers we can give him.

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  16. Just voted!! It's going to be a nail biting night...;)

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  17. I always vote. It's our God given right living in this blessed country.

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  18. I honestly wasn't going to vote this year, but this morning I had a change of heart Going to vote after work today!

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  19. Already did! I will be so glad when it's over. And also relieved not to be getting any more prerecorded phone calls all day long, a bunch of junk in the mail, and no more commercials on tv! Yeah:)

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  20. Just got back from voting. Thank goodness the line wasn't long. :)

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  21. You go girl, we can wait for you to vote...it feels good!!!

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  22. This election I believe is about the most important of all time!!!Our country stands on a cliff. Such needed post.
    Ann

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  23. I AGREE and you over there in Green Bay - dress warm!

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  24. Praying for our country and I voted! God bless America!

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  25. Hi Diana, thanks so much for directing me over to your SIL's blog. It is so cute. Glad you are okay. Big hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

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  26. I already voted by mail! Praying hard for our country!

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  27. I always vote with my husband and kids. We go as a group. I saw a story about a lady stopping to vote on her way to the hospital IN LABOR! her contractions were five minutes apart. If she can do it everybody can!!

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  28. maybe I 'll go and try to vote again.

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  29. Amen, girl! I love your last sentence there!

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  30. We are able to vote early in Tennessee, so we voted the first day the polls opened in October.

    Have a good day, Diana!

    xo Nellie

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  31. Each vote does matter and we're lucky to live in a country where we have that freedom.

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  32. Just voted Diana! Of course it's right across the street at the church...I love that! I've voted every time since I was old enough to vote, wouldn't miss it! You are so right, if you don't vote, don't complain!

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  33. I voted earlier today. Unlike many, I didn't have to wait in line so I was happy. I'm afraid we may not know who the winner is tonight...I think it may be that close. Being from Ohio, I am ready for it all to be over. The phone calls and people knocking on my door have really started to grate on my nerves. :o)

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  34. I voted a week ago...I found myself so stressed the day of with a hundred things to do so now I am a mail in...have been for years and I love it!!
    Hope you are having a great week,
    XO
    Kristin

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  35. Here here, Diana. I totally agree. In this house we have a saying. If you don't vote, you don't have a right b**ch. So thank you for your public service announcement.

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  36. Diane, I stood in line for over an hour to vote this morning. It was a beautiful day, I met two delightful young women with their little girls who played quietly by their sides, and saw several friends who live in my neighborhood. I love living in America! ;-)

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  37. I voted!!! I managed to pick a time with short lines. Watching the returns. Thanks for the reminder and stopping by, Laura

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