The Roderic Deane Show: Time is of the Essence!
Posted by Roderic Deane on November 5, 2012
Well, well, well! As of right now, were approximately 58 hours before we start getting election results on the Presidential race. Early voting still drags on in a number of states, but we won’t know anything of any measure until Tuesday’s end, much to the dismay of a lot of East Coast liberals and journalists. Yes, they think voting should be extended due to the consequences of Hurricane Sandy. I think they’d be more worried about all those people who have been dealt a horrible blow by this storm, but then again, maybe that’s just me.
Most of the pollsters have finished their polling, awaiting the Election Day results along with the rest of us. What have they told us? Absolutely nothing! No one can predict what people will do in the voting booth when confronted with their own conscience and judgement. No one! If the pollsters could tell us who our elected officials would be before they’re even elected, why have elections?
This drives the liberal, lamestream media absolutely crazy! They’re rapidly losing their ability to dictate the narrative to the electorate, so they invest millions into bringing you worthless polling data, skewed to make it seem like their preferred results are inevitable. I’m here to tell you, they aren’t! You will decide this election, not some numbskull that landed a sweet contract with MSNBC or CNN to go on the air and report their own opinions as if they were fact.
One of the issues I often hear from people, especially young voters, is that my single vote doesn’t really count for much, so what difference does it make it I vote or not? Remember what Dr. Fay told us in her intro, an estimated 30 million evangelicals sat out the 2008 election. Now, I don’t know 30 million evangelicals, but I know a few. What if those few had taken a different mindset, one that says I MUST vote? What if only half of those evangelicals had taken that same mindset? Would Barack Obama had won the election? Who knows? Maybe they would have split their vote between Obama and McCain back in 2008, but what about now? Would the results be the same?
Every vote matters because it’s the mindset that matters. It is one of the most solemn and important civic duties that you can exercise within our society. I say solemn because of the atmosphere present when you do vote. It’s generally very orderly, but it’s also pretty doggoned quiet. People standing in line will talk, but they do so in hushed tones as they get nearer to the voting booth. Maybe it’s different in places other than where I’ve voted, but I don’t think so.
Don’t ever squander or take lightly your ability to vote. Look at some of the latest videos I’ve posted on my blog. The one thing that comes out loud and clear is the sense of urgency! The Chuck Norris video is there, a great Bill Whittle video was posted a few days ago and there are many others. People that take voting seriously are worried, as am I. We can’t allow this tremendous experiment in liberty that we call the United States of America, fall into darkness…EVER! It truly is the last, best hope of mankind!
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