Who do you like for President? (Merged Threads)

Discussion in 'Politics & Law Enforcement' started by Irish Wampanoag, Jan 8, 2008.

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  1. KozmoKramer

    KozmoKramer Administrator Staff Member

    I hear ya CJIS, unfortunately the rest of the world is either socialist, theocratic or dictatorial. I don't know where we could go...
    Although Swedish and Danish women are a banquet for the eyes...
    See ya in Stockholm bro....
  2. Simon

    Simon Guest

    Maybe we can get a group rate BK.
  3. Hawgcop15

    Hawgcop15 MassCops Member

    Use your brain!!.......Vote McCain!!!!!! :vcop:
  4. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed Subscribing Member MC1+MC2 +MC3 97K+Poster

  5. 7costanza

    7costanza Supporting Member

    Anyone have any predictions...
  6. Andy0921

    Andy0921 MassCops Member

  7. Johnny Law

    Johnny Law Nemo me impune lacessit Staff Member

  8. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    I say McCain pulls it out.
  9. KozmoKramer

    KozmoKramer Administrator Staff Member

    From your mouth to God's ear brother.....
  10. Tuna

    Tuna Always entertained

    Koz, can I jump on board with you guys? I getting real shakey about this election.
  11. Andy0921

    Andy0921 MassCops Member

    I sure hope you're right.
  12. 7costanza

    7costanza Supporting Member

    Obama wins in earliest vote:up_yours:

      • IM[​IMG] AP – Bob Marville of Manchester and his daughter Leah, 6, check out the voting booths set up for the first …
    DIXVILLE NOTCH, N.H. – Barack Obama came up a big winner in the presidential race in Dixville Notch and Hart's Location, N.H., where tradition of having the first Election Day ballots tallied lives on.
    Democrat Obama defeated Republican John McCain by a count of 15 to 6 in Dixville Notch, where a loud whoop accompanied the announcement. The town of Hart's Location reported 17 votes for Obama, 10 for McCain and two for write-in Ron Paul. Independent Ralph Nader was on both towns' ballots but got no votes.
    The first Dixville Notch voter, following tradition established in 1948, was picked ahead of the midnight voting and the rest of the town's 21 registered voters followed suit in Tuesday's first minutes.
    Town Clerk Rick Erwin said the northern New Hampshire town is proud of its tradition, but added that the most important thing is that the turnout represents a 100 percent vote.
    President Bush won the votes in Dixville Notch and Hart's Location in 2004 on the way to his re-election.
  13. SinePari

    SinePari Needs more complaints

    I'm voting for McCain...but telling hot college chicks I voted for Obama.
  14. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed Subscribing Member MC1+MC2 +MC3 97K+Poster

  15. 7costanza

    7costanza Supporting Member

    What day are you going to close this thread.....Ive had it...
  16. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed Subscribing Member MC1+MC2 +MC3 97K+Poster

    The thread will close when the results are offical

    Patrick will head to Chicago festivities

    BOSTON— Gov. Deval L. Patrick will be in Chicago tonight for what he hopes is Barack Obama’s victory party.

    The Massachusetts Democrat plans to vote this morning in Milton. Then he’s making a midday stop at a massive Obama phone bank near South Station.

    Then, his political committee says, he’s traveling to his native Chicago to attend Obama’s election-night festivities in Grant Park.

    Patrick has denied any interest in serving in an Obama administration and last week vowed to seek re-election in 2010.

    — The Associated Press
  17. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed Subscribing Member MC1+MC2 +MC3 97K+Poster

    He is laughing at all of us

  18. sgthoskins

    sgthoskins Teufelhunden


    He doesn't care. IF the Messiah wins Deval will be gone to Washington and that other idiot will be in charge.

    "You're in good hands..."
  19. Andy0921

    Andy0921 MassCops Member

    Will we start a new thread to bitch about Obama?
  20. KozmoKramer

    KozmoKramer Administrator Staff Member

    Rhetorical question I'm sure Andrew...

    WTG Dinksville Notch!
  21. sgthoskins

    sgthoskins Teufelhunden

    It's 11am and CNN hasn't started claiming a landslide victory for Obama and telling the conservatives not to bother since it's already over???
  22. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed Subscribing Member MC1+MC2 +MC3 97K+Poster






    Report clears Palin in 'Troopergate'...

    Obama family in Kenya slaughters bulls, sheep, goats and chickens at 'victory party'...

    From A Chicago cops blog

    Major Voting Problems In Cambridge

    [​IMG] People wait to vote in Cambridge Tuesday morning.

    CAMBRIDGE (WBZ) ― There were major voting problems in Cambridge Tuesday morning.

    Several voters waited in line only to find out their names weren't on the official voting list.

    Only one registered voter was listed per address, leaving out thousands of others, according to the mayor's office.

    Those whose names who were not on the list were told to fill out provisional ballots.

    Secretary of State Bill Galvin told WBZ there was a "printing issue" that has now been resolved. New, corrected lists were printed and sent out.

    "It was Cambridge's error at the city level, where they printed the old list," he said.

    Galvin assured everyone that the provisional ballots will be counted. He added that voters who filled them out do not need to go back to the polls. They can verify their vote with his office or the city, if necessary.

    "Unfortunately there was an incomplete voter list earlier this morning, but as soon as this was realized, a correction was made and a new list was immediately distributed to all polling locations," Ini Tomeu, Cambridge's Public Informaton Officer, said in an email to WBZ.

    "In the interim, a process was established where residents not on the list were still able to vote by provisional ballot. Of course, we deeply regret any inconvenience this caused voters."

    Voter Janet Curtis explained her frustration in an email to WBZ:

    "The City sent old registration rosters to the precinct. Several people's names were not on the list. I had voted at this precinct previously and this time, my name was not on the list and as a result, I had to submit a provsional ballot. It was so disappointing. On such an extraordinary day and certainly the most important election in decades - how could the city screw this up for people? They say the votes will count but there is nothing like the feeling of sliding your ballot into the scanner to be counted. Additionally, because so many people had to use provisional ballots, this added to the long wait..."

  23. sgthoskins

    sgthoskins Teufelhunden

    I bet the list wasn't cross checked after the new one was printed....
  24. Inspector

    Inspector Subscribing Member


    An email from Ireland to all of their brethren in the States...a point to ponder despite your political affiliation:

    'We, in
    Ireland can't figure out why you people are even bothering to hold an election in the United States !

    On one side, you had a pants wearing female lawyer, married to another lawyer who can't seem to keep his pants on, who just lost a long and heated primary against a lawyer, who goes to the wrong church, who is married to yet another lawyer, who doesn't even like the country her husband wants to run !

    Now...on the other side, you have a nice old war hero whose name starts with the appropriate 'Mc' terminology, married to a good looking woman who owns a beer distributorship!

    Lads, what in God's name are ya thinkin?

  25. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

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