What was it like at your polling place today? Predictions?
Good article in the Times. Yeah, time to stop postponing the inevitable.
They’re looking to start the End Times, they just can’t wait!
A Texas pastor who supports Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney warned in a pre-election sermon that President Barack Obama was “paving the way for the future reign of the antichrist.”
Right Wing Watch on Tuesday published audio of First Baptist Church of Dallas Senior Pastor Robert Jeffress telling his congregation that Obama was enacting a “gradual erosion of God’s laws” that would allow the antichrist to take power.
“I want you to hear me tonight, I am not saying that President Obama is the Antichrist, I am not saying that at all,” Jeffress said in his Sunday pre-election sermon. “One reason I know he’s not the antichrist is the antichrist is going to have much higher poll numbers when he comes, President Obama is not the antichrist.”
“But what I am saying is this: the course he is choosing to lead our nation is paving the way for the future reign of the antichrist.”
In a town outside Atlanta, the president of a homeowners association sent an email to residents alerting them that the gates would be closed on Tuesday “to enhance controlled access to the community until we see what (if any) negative repercussions may occur because of the results of the election,” according to the New York Times Caucus blog.
Bill Stanley, president of the Cottages of Woodstock, a community for people 55 and over, claimed that he followed the advice of the police chief of Woodstock, Ga.
However, the police chief told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Certainly we would give no one that kind of information.”
Digby on the nefarious vote games in Ohio.
This is the same gang whose founder was supporting a candidate who was voting in two different states. Gee, you’d almost think they have another agenda!
at 9:30 a.m. No line, and no one asked me or anyone else for ID.
Got into fight with Republican committeeman, told him the Republican state rep (who really is a decent guy, votes with the Dems much of the time, great on constituent service) would have to switch parties before I’d vote for him again. “They get to hide behind people like him,” I said. “He’s in the wrong party, tell him I said so. I’m tired of what the Republicans are doing to this state.”
He was very conciliatory. “I’m sorry you feel that way, why don’t you write him a letter?”
“No, I’m going to send him another kind of message. He knows how to read vote totals.”
But it was an empty threat. He’s very popular in the neighborhood.