So what are we watching for?

Early indicators: Florida and Virginia. They close first. Without Florida, we are screwed. It does, however, look good. If we pull off Virginia early, baby, we are off to the races.

New Hampshire is also early. I think I remember Uke promising to deliver New Hampshire. How can anyone live in a state with “live free or die” as a motto and then vote for Obama? It doesn’t make sense.

Pennsylvania is in play but, if we have a chance of getting it, we won’t know until the wee hours of the morning.

O – my gawd – Hi-O. That is the money state. If we get Ohio, everybody drink. If we don’t, it is going to be a hard slog.

Michigan is a state that wants to be red but the unions have it by the balls. It is a long shot.

Wisconsin is a wild card. Ryan is from there and the Democrats of Wisconsin gifted us a strong ground game with their recalls. Thanks dumb asses.

Minnesota has a gay marriage initiative on the ballot. That will bring out the social cons in droves. They will vote for Mitt while they are out voting against gay marriage.

Iowa… who the hell knows? I think it is going Mitt. Lots of Republican energy here.

I still think we are going to win. In fact, I don’t have a damned thing to post tomorrow morning if we don’t. Nothing.

Here we go.

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19 Responses to So what are we watching for?

  1. DarthJay says:

    Good synopsis, RD. I think it’s gonna be a late night. When Romney wins, can we please post this GIF somewhere on the site…?

  2. MadBrad says:

    Excluding the panhandle, the polls in Florida close in about 20 minutes.

    Let’s get this thing started.

    I’m calling Florida for Mitt Romney RIGHT NOW DAMMIT!

    Communicating from Mom’s place now.
    All is running well as it should. I’m seeing television for the first time today. SWEET!

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    Remember Revoistas: John Kerry kicked Bush’s ass in the exit polls. Especially in Ohio. Don’t let the propaganda make you go all wobbly.

  4. jacksonsdad says:

    Hey Brad… you know “Fall Back” was this past weekend, right? Check your watch/ clocks bro. The polls are open 2 more hours on the panhandle and 1 more in the rest of Fla.

  5. MadBrad says:

    I just noticed that. I was looking at he clock on Mom’s stove. We’ve got BBQ pulled pork samiches, battered fries and blooming onion on the menu tonight.

    Still calling Florida for Mitt Romney though.

    Here’s an interesting story. A community North of Atlanta is closing its gates after the polls close as a precaution against civil unrest…

  6. Locke n Load says:

    John Kerry kicked Bush’s ass in the exit polls. Especially in Ohio.

    my thoughts exactly

  7. jacksonsdad says:

    Well, it’s 5 o’clock somewhere (here) and I’m about to do what Brad said and “get it started”. It is a special occasion and I’ve had a cold for 2 days which is now trying to make me cough constantly which will be quickly alleviated by some of Grannies Home Remedy.

    Cheers All! I’ll knock an extra one back for you LnL since you my homey.

  8. Bman says:

    When does Nota’s Dance Party Chat start?

  9. Jim22 says:

    Iowahawk says at the polls in Chicago the hearses are lined up around the block.

  10. R.D. Walker says:

    I dunno. Nota! Any time!

  11. Locke n Load says:

    none of this matters until the east coast closes..
    watch the philly collar counties and the cinci/cleveland same.

  12. MadBrad says:

    Mom has a hand held sound effects device. She keeps playing the Cavalry Bugle Charge.

    There is also the shotgun chambering a shell and firing, bomb dropping, glass breaking, car crash, laughter, farting, burping, applause, soap opera drama sound, drum roll.

    The appropriate sound gets played based on what is on TV.

  13. Bman says:

    Is there a sound for crippling depression after Obama gets smoked?

  14. MadBrad says:

    There is a police siren, something I’m sure that will be heard in a lot of places tonight as his defeat becomes apparent.

  15. Locke n Load says:

    3 hr wait down in miami beach area to vote…
    buddy actually waited in line too

  16. fubar says:

    I wonder if I’ll be able to see the smoke from Harrisburg. there are several mountains in between ..

    then again, I saw a lot of billboards that were antiovomit last time I was down that way..

  17. MadBrad says:

    My little Brother, a preacher man in North Carolina, says he’s going to bed as soon as he gets in off the road because he knows that Romney is going to win.

  18. MadBrad says:

    My Cousin has been standing in line at his polling place in University Park, Florida for FIVE hours. Democrats are passing out bottled water and voting guids. He said “Thanks, now I can get hydrated AND I know what NOT to vote for”.

  19. Locke n Load says: