Voters head out to the polls

Voters head out to the polls

There are 25 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Nov 2, 2010, titled Voters head out to the polls. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

A steady stream of cars and pedestrians head to the poll before daybreak Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Church in Manchester Township as the polls open.

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Harry James

Downingtown, PA

#1 Nov 2, 2010
I will vote today, but my four adult children will not. They claim it is a waste of time. All of the candidates are slinging mud at one another about how bad each one is. My family claims "why vote when they are all no good".When you enter the voting booth you will find many buckets of poop. Which bucket would you like. The choice is yours.
Different Perspective

Jersey Shore, PA

#2 Nov 2, 2010
Knowing that WE 'USA citizens' are so very, very ahead of the ENTIRE free world in our sophistication, would like to see an improvement in voting laws. SERIOUSLY, how about ALL citizens who vote, place your index finger in that purple ink to show fellow citizens YOU VOTED. Myself, I would dip my entire middle finger into the purple stuff, then when the supreme sophisticated naysayers begin spouting off, I would simply ask: "DID YOU VOTE"? Without their purple designator, I would shove my MIDDLE PURPLE FINGER in their face and walk away! Wouldn't even discus their stupidity with them. And make sure the 'purpley' stays on for at least a month!
Dank

York, PA

#3 Nov 2, 2010
No one worth voting for this time around and I am not about to decide between "Lesser of two corrupt douchebags"
Amazing

Reading, PA

#4 Nov 2, 2010
Many people died to give us freedom and the right to vote, and ungrateful folks ignore it. Perhaps those who feel that it is too much trouble or not worth it would feel better if they were someone's subjects. Yeah, this election is dirtier than most. The thing is that we still have a right to vote. Exercise it, or eventually you will lose it.
Pablo

Hamburg, PA

#5 Nov 2, 2010
Dank wrote:
No one worth voting for this time around and I am not about to decide between "Lesser of two corrupt douchebags"
At least write someone in. They won't win, but at least you did your part.
john

York, PA

#6 Nov 2, 2010
Not much to vote on but where i vote it was 4 times as many people that i ever saw! 1 hr wait. Maybe if enough people vote , they may finally listen and quit spending our money!
Class of 1968

Manchester, MI

#7 Nov 2, 2010
My whole family will vote today, a total of (5) adults, both in state and out of state. We can't let those tea baggers, who don't seem to know what is going on, have anything to do with the government. Health care is what I hope we keep and medicare for us soon to be on medicare. I know too many people without health insurance or they have to pay a fortune for it. My friends pay over $500.00 a month and that's pretty steep. I don't think the economy is that bad, my entire family have good jobs. You can't get in a York County Restaurent on Friday or Saturday night, so York County people are working and have money to spent. There are just those tight people who think it is costing them money to give anything at all to the needy, but let them be in the needy's shoes', then it's a different story. Go Democrats!
steve

York, PA

#8 Nov 2, 2010
Class of 1968 wrote:
My whole family will vote today, a total of (5) adults, both in state and out of state. We can't let those tea baggers, who don't seem to know what is going on, have anything to do with the government. Health care is what I hope we keep and medicare for us soon to be on medicare. I know too many people without health insurance or they have to pay a fortune for it. My friends pay over $500.00 a month and that's pretty steep. I don't think the economy is that bad, my entire family have good jobs. You can't get in a York County Restaurent on Friday or Saturday night, so York County people are working and have money to spent. There are just those tight people who think it is costing them money to give anything at all to the needy, but let them be in the needy's shoes', then it's a different story. Go Democrats!
Really?? what world do u live in. U must want everything for free at 62!
Rachel C

Baltimore, MD

#9 Nov 2, 2010
Thanks for the updates, YDR. I'm a 30-year-old perennial voter. The vast majority of my friends vote, too. We young folk are out there!
Oscar

Mount Laurel, NJ

#10 Nov 2, 2010
That's fine with me. Don't vote. Anyone who can't see the difference between the candidates shouldn't vote. Let the people who have educated themselves on the issues and candidates make the decision. I'm tired of people voting Democrat because someone gave them breakfast or a few bucks and told them to vote straight Democrat. I always hope for a blizzard on election day so the lazy slobs stay home and watch Maury and Springer.
Howard Morris

Mount Laurel, NJ

#11 Nov 2, 2010
Class of 1968 wrote:
My whole family will vote today, a total of (5) adults, both in state and out of state. We can't let those tea baggers, who don't seem to know what is going on, have anything to do with the government. Health care is what I hope we keep and medicare for us soon to be on medicare. I know too many people without health insurance or they have to pay a fortune for it. My friends pay over $500.00 a month and that's pretty steep. I don't think the economy is that bad, my entire family have good jobs. You can't get in a York County Restaurent on Friday or Saturday night, so York County people are working and have money to spent. There are just those tight people who think it is costing them money to give anything at all to the needy, but let them be in the needy's shoes', then it's a different story. Go Democrats!
Soon we will wish for the day when you only paid $500 a month for health insurance. You are lucky. Try $1300 a month. So just vote against them ball suckers and see what you get.
CLEM

Philadelphia, PA

#12 Nov 2, 2010
I voted for Benny Hinn for Governor.
He'll bring REVIVAL to the state.
American Nationalist

Red Lion, PA

#13 Nov 2, 2010
Class of 1968 wrote:
My whole family will vote today, a total of (5) adults, both in state and out of state. We can't let those tea baggers, who don't seem to know what is going on, have anything to do with the government. Health care is what I hope we keep and medicare for us soon to be on medicare. I know too many people without health insurance or they have to pay a fortune for it. My friends pay over $500.00 a month and that's pretty steep. I don't think the economy is that bad, my entire family have good jobs. You can't get in a York County Restaurent on Friday or Saturday night, so York County people are working and have money to spent. There are just those tight people who think it is costing them money to give anything at all to the needy, but let them be in the needy's shoes', then it's a different story. Go Democrats!
You just want someone else to pay your bills. Typical. How do you know about health care? Have you read the bill? And, if you have, did you understand it?
American Nationalist

Red Lion, PA

#14 Nov 2, 2010
Dank wrote:
No one worth voting for this time around and I am not about to decide between "Lesser of two corrupt douchebags"
You're ignorant.
Patriot

Lenhartsville, PA

#15 Nov 2, 2010
Where I voted they actually had grade school kids helping by activating the voting ballot. They were probably some workers grandkis as most of the workers there looked like and acted like they should have been in a nursing home. But shouldn't that be illegal. Those kids did not belong doing that job. Who knows if your ballot even counted.
class of 1975

Mountain Top, PA

#16 Nov 2, 2010
Class of 1968 wrote:
My whole family will vote today, a total of (5) adults, both in state and out of state. We can't let those tea baggers, who don't seem to know what is going on, have anything to do with the government. Health care is what I hope we keep and medicare for us soon to be on medicare. I know too many people without health insurance or they have to pay a fortune for it. My friends pay over $500.00 a month and that's pretty steep. I don't think the economy is that bad, my entire family have good jobs. You can't get in a York County Restaurent on Friday or Saturday night, so York County people are working and have money to spent. There are just those tight people who think it is costing them money to give anything at all to the needy, but let them be in the needy's shoes', then it's a different story. Go Democrats!
The economy isn't bad huh? What world do you live in? It's bad, but now the Conservative boot is on the Liberal throat (to borrow a term of endearment from your Marxist messiah) and things will hopefully get better. Go Conservatives!
Rob

Mountain Top, PA

#17 Nov 2, 2010
Dank wrote:
No one worth voting for this time around and I am not about to decide between "Lesser of two corrupt douchebags"
It's probably a good thing you don't vote. A vote is a dangerous thing in the hands of the uneducated, as we learned in the last election. Thanks for the favor.
Union

Reading, PA

#18 Nov 2, 2010
steve wrote:
<quoted text> Really?? what world do u live in. U must want everything for free at 62!
I'm betting you are union, because you don't have a clue about economics. Someone has to decide for you.
The New oxcycotin OP

Spring Grove, PA

#19 Nov 2, 2010
Go ahead and vote republican you think Obama is the antichrist trying to turn this country into socialism thats what they want you to think so you can vote republican. You vote for republican watch shit go straight to hell as the bible has for told. Them republicans will turn this country into socialism,they are the illumianty,secret society of skulls and bones,when that eye on a dollar bill drops down to form a whole pymarid thats the day of new world order. Think shits a game,its no joke dont vote republican its a trick. Why you think Bush didnt give two shits about us,he got rich off the oil like his father did back in desert storm,same war going on now. Some people or so called humans have no mfking common sense what so ever.
Blackcloud

York, PA

#20 Nov 2, 2010
Until there is legitimate 3rd or 4th party we are going to be stuck with the same old BS. More parties would force people to compromise and work together instead of deviding along party lines.

In addition there should be a push for states' rights. In other words states should be more independent and be able to pass laws that concern them with out federal interference. i.e. prop 19, gay marriage, drinking laws, gun laws and other social and economic measures without uncle Sam butting in.

In my opinion PURGE CONGRESS and start over.

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