Election Day 2014

If you believe in a FREE America then you need to get out and vote today. The future of this nation hangs in the balance and YOU can tip the scales!

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11 Responses to Election Day 2014

  1. Bunkerville says:

    I recall fondly the days of the “buttons” with the name of our favorite candidates. I guess those days are long gone. I even have an old Goldwater button. Quite the days. Let us hope for another 2010 surprise.

  2. the unit says:

    Some where I got “I like IKE” button. :)

    Don’t know much about history
    Don’t know much biology
    Don’t know much about a science book
    Don’t know much about the French I took
    But I do know that Democrats will try to fool me.

    From Drudge aggregate story…

    “In Jefferson County, a temporary interruption of the state database caused voting computers to go down at a polling location at Standley Lake High School. That problem was corrected within a few minutes by staffers who rebooted the computers. According to the Colorado Secretary State’s Office, the overall interruption was corrected before 10:30 a.m.”

    I durn sure know even less about computers. Except this…often when I type a comment, something goes amiss and what I was going to post disappears, requiring re-typing. So did these voting computers save the prior votes or was it lost?

    • And gosh, what is it that Stalin said about controlling the vote?

      “It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”

      – Joseph Stalin

      • the unit says:

        :) yeah. Hope I will be doing so tomorrow.

        • the unit says:

          And somehow I posted before I meant to. This…
          And from CNN…
          “Voting irregularities are closely monitored on big election days across the country by political parties, independent groups and the media.” And enforced by New Black Panther Party.

  3. the unit says:

    Guess I’m just Boss Blog Hog today. But another of my favorite blogs signed off today. Not necessarily because of any outside pressure, just fatigue maybe. Afraid it will even be worse if no Senate change is accomplished.
    P.S. Friend of Texas Fred, J.D. Longstreet, missing. Search took me to May 2014 here. He older than TU. Hope he is well. That’s the problem with internet friends, sometimes gone with the wind.

    • TexasFred says:

      Longstreet passed away…

      July 7 near Rowlett, TX

      Ladies and Gentlemen, it is my sad duty to let my friends and family that follow the blogs know, J.D. Longstreet has passed away.

      Longstreet was of course his nom de plume and I am not at liberty to divulge his real name due to that fact that his beloved wife of 49 years is now alone and I will protect her as best I can.

      I am heartbroken over this, but I am glad he isn’t suffering any longer.. He was in great pain during the last 3 or 4 months.

      I wish I had known him better, in person would have been wonderful, but thanks to this internet and good people finding one another, I knew him, and I feel I am a much better person for having known him.

      The J.D. Longstreet I knew was a GOOD man, a man that loved God, family and country, and a man that was a true Southern Gentleman and indeed a wonderful friend and a Patriot.

      May he rest in peace; I believe he deserves it.

      This was his blog: Omega Option http://www.omegaoption.blogspot.com/ and I am pretty sure that in the near future his family will make one last post in memoriam to him! Longstreet’s old blog was Insight on Freedom and he had to close it down after he was hacked.

      The world has lost a good man and I have lost a great friend.

      • the unit says:

        Thank you for the information. I only been reading blogs since summer of 2011, and he was one I read often, like everyday.
        I did know he was older and I was afraid that his passing was why he wasn’t writing anymore. Sometimes you just get a feeling. Thanks again. RIP J.D.

  4. When did he pass, Texas Fred?

    BZ

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