Sunday, November 4, 2012

There's Only One Thing Left To Do

(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

See Slideshow from West Chester, OH Mitt Romney Rally on November 2, 2012, where 30,000 people came to show their support.

Well, it's almost over.  Is anyone else "cautiously optimistic" like me?  Just two more days and (hopefully) we'll know who our next President will be...please Lord, no hanging chads this time.

For fun, let's compare the final messages from the two candidates.

It's not hard to tell which candidate is the America-loving patriot and which candidate is the revengeful thug.

Just a little side note...
Jim Messina (Obama Campaign Manager) has managed to LIE and SPIN the "revenge statement" in a Tweet.  Is anyone surprised?

It's been a long campaign season, we are all tired of the ads, the lies, the media and the spin.  Many of us have been praying and fasting for a good outcome to this election.  So, with that in mind, there's only one thing left to do besides vote...
-- that they will know and correctly discern the true character of each candidate on the 
ballot. Pray that they will choose wisely, each one being led by the Spirit of the Most High God.
“For God will bring every work into judgment, 
Including every secret thing, 
Whether good or evil.” 
(Ecclesiastes 12:14)
-- Pray for fairness and justice in the balloting procedures as our citizens vote.

--  Pray that the voting procedure be just and equitable. Pray that voters will have clarity, 

discernment and wisdom when they go to the polls on November 6.
 “See, a king will reign in righteousness and rulers will rule with justice.”  (Isaiah 32:1)

See you back here after the election.  

Happy Voting...and don't forget to double check the ballot before you pull the lever!


  1. I'm so excited, I'm going to see Paul Ryan in Reno tomorrow.

    1. That's great, Odie. I'm excited for you. Have a terrific are about to see the next Vice-President of the USA in person. I've been watching on TV tonight and seeing the large crowds coming out for Romney and Ryan. PA had over 35,000 in Bucks County.


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