Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Pray, Then Go Vote!

Today, we as Americans come together to perform what is one of our most important duties as citizens of this great country. I urge each of you to pray, asking God for wisdom as you enter the voting booth, and in keeping with the nature of this blog--I urge you to vote for Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin!

As you vote, be vigilant. Never in our history has the effort been made quite like this to suppress your vote and mine.  Below is a press release from the McCain campaign, released yesterday:

ARLINGTON, VA -- The McCain-Palin campaign launched the Honest and Open Election hotline to help citizens learn the location of their polling place, as well as report any instances of irregularities at the polls, including voter fraud, intimidation, violence and electioneering. The hotline can be accessed via phone at: 866-976-VOTE.

"With the tomorrow's election, our Honest and Open Election hotline will serve as an informative guide for all Americans participating in the electoral process," said McCain-Palin National Political Director Mike DuHaime. "The hotline will allow us to learn about and take steps toward remedying any voter irregularities at polling places across the country. While we are hopeful that Election Day will be free of any wrongdoing, allies of the Democrat Party, such as ACORN, have shown a willingness to commit fraud in both this election cycle and in 2004. Given the tightness of the polls, all examples of fraud must be addressed to preserve the integrity of the election."

In 2004, multiple forms of voter fraud occurred, including voter intimidation, fraudulent registrations, multiple ballots cast and votes bought for money. Already during the 2008 election cycle, a dead woman in Missouri cast an absentee ballot, individuals were arrested for voting twice in Florida and people in Ohio registered and voted on the same day.

So, I urge you, get out and vote...but before you do this, please go before the Lord in prayer for our nation during this critical time. 

May God bless you, and may God bless America. 

Now, get out and vote!


minxey said...

It's interesting that the Republicans are finally having to contend with voter fraud -- nobody much cared when the Dem's were having elections stolen. Equally interesting is your note of condolence on the loss of Obama's grandmother, in a font color so dark its very nearly unreadable. It would be nice if your Christian faith could be visible in your behavior, not just your words.

Jessa F said...

Thank you for encouraging people to vote with their consciences today and not their heart. I am concerned about these supposedly Undecided voters who are going to go into the booth and vote their hearts. PLEASE VOTE WITH YOUR HEADS, PEOPLE! This is not an emotional decision. We can like candidates and become emotional about them, yes -- as many of us certainly have with Sarah Palin-- but this is a decision that must be made with clear logic and calm rationality. I voted early via my mail-in ballot and I voted for McCain/Palin, as well as a Democrat and a Libertarian in local elections. I USED MY BRAIN. I thought outside my Party's boxes (I'm a first-time Registered Republican who has voted Green and Libertarian for years) and voted my conscience/what matters to me.

I'm actually really surprised that it's almost noon here in Colorado and the election hasn't been called by the MSM already, to discourage all of those who would vote for John McCain and Sarah Palin today. And if McCain and Palin do not win, I will wait until after the inauguration to begin campaigning for SARAH PALIN 2012 because there are a lot of cases that are in the works that could still keep Obama from being President even if he wins. I still don't understand how he can take the oath to uphold our nation's Constitution when he's rejected it. I guess he could just cross the fingers on his other hand so his oath doesn't really count?

A part of me almost wants McCain to lose so I can watch your blog's metamorphosis into "Moms 4 Sarah Palin IN 2012". :>D Imagine Sarah Palin without the constraints of McCain's campaign, free to be Sarah and win over the hearts *and* minds of 80% of our great country the way she has won over 80% of Alaskans. It'd be awesome!

Anyway, either way, I'll be here...reading, thinking, waiting.

Tami: Blog Creator and Administrator said...


Your racism is unbecoming. It's just like a leftist to come on here accusing us of racism because a font is too dark. Amazing...but typical.

I guess the black panthers threatening to harm people who vote in Philly is the right thing to do in your book...because Republicans are on the receiving end?

Get over 2000, minxey. Nobody stole the election.