Rambler's going dark. God Save the Re...

Rambler's going dark. God Save the Republic.

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rambler

Douglassville, PA

#1 Nov 5, 2012
There are times talking sense to the "average joe" is like pushing a rope. Hard to do, and the rope don't appreciate it. But I pusjed that rope hard, because so much is at stake in these United States.

If I have been a tad testy these last few weeks, it is only because I care deeply about this wonderful country, and the Americans that will inherit this, the best experiment in human history.

Tomorrow, those of us lucky enough to have homes will leave them. Those of us blessed to have jobs will get do what every true American does: work first and party later. Hopefully, anybody that really cares about the guy in the next house, or the next apartment, or the next cardboard box will vote.

While all the founding fathers were at odds about almost everything, they all, reluctantly or enthusiastically, embraced two ideas: an informed electorate, and the freedom to be completely wrong.

I'll say my prayers tonight, and hope we have many of the first and few of the latter.

Prayers for all, that we may prosper.

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#2 Nov 6, 2012
rambler wrote:
There are times talking sense to the "average joe" is like pushing a rope. Hard to do, and the rope don't appreciate it. But I pusjed that rope hard, because so much is at stake in these United States.
If I have been a tad testy these last few weeks, it is only because I care deeply about this wonderful country, and the Americans that will inherit this, the best experiment in human history.
Tomorrow, those of us lucky enough to have homes will leave them. Those of us blessed to have jobs will get do what every true American does: work first and party later. Hopefully, anybody that really cares about the guy in the next house, or the next apartment, or the next cardboard box will vote.
While all the founding fathers were at odds about almost everything, they all, reluctantly or enthusiastically, embraced two ideas: an informed electorate, and the freedom to be completely wrong.
I'll say my prayers tonight, and hope we have many of the first and few of the latter.
Prayers for all, that we may prosper.
Amen.

“Not an Obumble Voter!”

Since: Dec 08

Bar Harbor, ME

#3 Nov 6, 2012
rambler wrote:
There are times talking sense to the "average joe" is like pushing a rope. Hard to do, and the rope don't appreciate it. But I pusjed that rope hard, because so much is at stake in these United States.
If I have been a tad testy these last few weeks, it is only because I care deeply about this wonderful country, and the Americans that will inherit this, the best experiment in human history.
Tomorrow, those of us lucky enough to have homes will leave them. Those of us blessed to have jobs will get do what every true American does: work first and party later. Hopefully, anybody that really cares about the guy in the next house, or the next apartment, or the next cardboard box will vote.
While all the founding fathers were at odds about almost everything, they all, reluctantly or enthusiastically, embraced two ideas: an informed electorate, and the freedom to be completely wrong.
I'll say my prayers tonight, and hope we have many of the first and few of the latter.
Prayers for all, that we may prosper.
I hope and pray that God will bless America. We've paid our dues...we gave 'hope' a fair shot.

Now it's time to get back to work.
loose stool

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Nov 6, 2012
Chicago just called, they want their idiot back!!

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#5 Nov 6, 2012
loose stool wrote:
Chicago just called, they want their idiot back!!
I think he spent the night there.Maybe he'll stay.

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#6 Nov 6, 2012
The time for bickering and partisanship is over for a couple of days.

WE have all done our best to convince the others to see our points of view. Half of us are going to vote for the incumbent, and half of us are going to vote got the challenger.

And not just here on this forum, but nationwide. WE can all do our own predictions, but nobody knows what the rest of the country will do.

Now is the time to do our duty as Americans.

Since: Sep 09

Stroudsburg PA

#7 Nov 6, 2012
rambler wrote:
There are times talking sense to the "average joe" is like pushing a rope. Hard to do, and the rope don't appreciate it. But I pusjed that rope hard, because so much is at stake in these United States.

If I have been a tad testy these last few weeks, it is only because I care deeply about this wonderful country, and the Americans that will inherit this, the best experiment in human history.

Tomorrow, those of us lucky enough to have homes will leave them. Those of us blessed to have jobs will get do what every true American does: work first and party later. Hopefully, anybody that really cares about the guy in the next house, or the next apartment, or the next cardboard box will vote.

While all the founding fathers were at odds about almost everything, they all, reluctantly or enthusiastically, embraced two ideas: an informed electorate, and the freedom to be completely wrong.

I'll say my prayers tonight, and hope we have many of the first and few of the latter.

Prayers for all, that we may prosper.
Amen to that!

Since: Sep 09

Effort

#8 Nov 6, 2012
The early voting results are in and Obama has a huge lead, but the tide will turn once the Republicans get off of work. :-)

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#9 Nov 6, 2012
fistv wrote:
The early voting results are in and Obama has a huge lead, but the tide will turn once the Republicans get off of work.:-)
Breitbart has a running report from voters this morning.

“Not an Obumble Voter!”

Since: Dec 08

Bar Harbor, ME

#10 Nov 6, 2012
fistv wrote:
The early voting results are in and Obama has a huge lead, but the tide will turn once the Republicans get off of work.:-)
LOL!
Shirley

East Stroudsburg, PA

#11 Nov 6, 2012
rambler wrote:
There are times talking sense to the "average joe" is like pushing a rope. Hard to do, and the rope don't appreciate it. But I pusjed that rope hard, because so much is at stake in these United States.
If I have been a tad testy these last few weeks, it is only because I care deeply about this wonderful country, and the Americans that will inherit this, the best experiment in human history.
Tomorrow, those of us lucky enough to have homes will leave them. Those of us blessed to have jobs will get do what every true American does: work first and party later. Hopefully, anybody that really cares about the guy in the next house, or the next apartment, or the next cardboard box will vote.
While all the founding fathers were at odds about almost everything, they all, reluctantly or enthusiastically, embraced two ideas: an informed electorate, and the freedom to be completely wrong.
I'll say my prayers tonight, and hope we have many of the first and few of the latter.
Prayers for all, that we may prosper.
I voted this morning,left the polling place at 7:15 and I would say there was roughly 125 people waiting.Rambler,I think all your meaness might have turned some people off and actually made people think of voting for Pres.Obama.I didn't vote for him the last election,but I'm always for the underdog.as for why I voted for Obama,he has kept us safe from terrorists,helped people that needed it,why I didn't vote for Romney,he was going to mess with Soc.SEc.,medicare,was always flip-flopping on issues,told people whatever he thought they wanted to hear.May the best man win,and whoever it is I will wish him well.

Since: Sep 09

Effort

#12 Nov 6, 2012
Shirley wrote:
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I voted this morning,left the polling place at 7:15 and I would say there was roughly 125 people waiting.Rambler,I think all your meaness might have turned some people off and actually made people think of voting for Pres.Obama.I didn't vote for him the last election,but I'm always for the underdog.as for why I voted for Obama,he has kept us safe from terrorists,helped people that needed it,why I didn't vote for Romney,he was going to mess with Soc.SEc.,medicare,was always flip-flopping on issues,told people whatever he thought they wanted to hear.May the best man win,and whoever it is I will wish him well.
I think many who are voting for Obama are suffering from Stockholm syndrome. I'm actually against a president, senator or congress member serving more than one term. Career an elected office should not be used in the same sentence except to describe what is not.

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#13 Nov 6, 2012
Throwing out GOP inspectors in Philly

http://washingtonexaminer.com/philly-gop-poll...

Since: Sep 09

Stroudsburg PA

#14 Nov 6, 2012
Shirley wrote:
<quoted text>I voted this morning,left the polling place at 7:15 and I would say there was roughly 125 people waiting.Rambler,I think all your meaness might have turned some people off and actually made people think of voting for Pres.Obama.I didn't vote for him the last election,but I'm always for the underdog.as for why I voted for Obama,he has kept us safe from terrorists,helped people that needed it,why I didn't vote for Romney,he was going to mess with Soc.SEc.,medicare,was always flip-flopping on issues,told people whatever he thought they wanted to hear.May the best man win,and whoever it is I will wish him well.
Kept us safe from terrorists????? Are you blind and deaf???? I don't think the families of the Ft hood victims and the families of the 4 murdered in Lybia would be able to say BO kept us safe. Unbelieveable!
No citizens were killed after 9/11 under Bush- he actually did keep us safe.
how about some facts

East Stroudsburg, PA

#15 Nov 6, 2012
"Court-appointed Republican poll inspectors are being forcibly removed from voting stations in some Philadelphia wards and replaced in some cases by Democratic inspectors and even members of the Black Panthers, according to GOP officials."

What unmitigated garbage. I'm sure it is possible that there is some catfighting between the inspectors of the two parties, but the invocation of the Black Panthers should ring a bell in the minds of those who can discern between reality and the filth regularly spewed by the Examiner. Again I will say I would be ashamed to fall for this nonsense.

If this were true, Fox would have had an army of reporters on site within minutes, along with other news outlets, and would have abandoned their all-day Romney pep-rally programming.

“Not an Obumble Voter!”

Since: Dec 08

Bar Harbor, ME

#16 Nov 6, 2012
It's fact.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/06/ne...

Of course, anyone would be a RACIST for even bringing it up.

Sad day for democracy.
cabin

East Stroudsburg, PA

#17 Nov 6, 2012
http://www.poconorecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/art...

'Philly DA investigating after GOP election workers removed from polling places'
cabin

East Stroudsburg, PA

#18 Nov 6, 2012
cat48 wrote:
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Kept us safe from terrorists????? Are you blind and deaf???? I don't think the families of the Ft hood victims and the families of the 4 murdered in Lybia would be able to say BO kept us safe. Unbelieveable!
No citizens were killed after 9/11 under Bush- he actually did keep us safe.
Get with the program!

Ft Hood and Lybia were Bush's fault!!!!
LeftWingLiberal

Pittston, PA

#19 Nov 6, 2012
God save the Republic from a corporate raider and his money grubbing profteering cronies. If Romney gets elected you'll all be out of a job unless you want to move to China.
LeftWingLiberal

Pittston, PA

#20 Nov 6, 2012
And if Rambler acually goes dark we'll all be the better for it, but I'll believe it when I see it.

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