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Fellow bloggers tomorrow we will vote our individual convictions.

Day after tomorrow we will all have the same President.

Lets all try to look for the positive in each and every day from here on out.

A very close friend told me just last week that he intended to do just that.

Now most of you who participate on this site appear to me to have been born and reared elsewhere.

We have just enjoyed a vigorous exchange of thought regarding the Presidential election.

Today and tonight I want to ask all of you who are "believers" to pray and I mean really pray that God will bless this election with a positive outcome for America.

I've lived a long time, I never expected to see a day when I would be old but I am.

I'm not proud of some of the things I've done.

I'm not a veteran but I love this country and I love this place.

I am seeing a new America and much of it is not very pretty.

We can all work together on this blog site to make each day a better place for each and every one of us as well as all others around about us.

May God bless America.


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Iknowyou commented on Monday, Nov 05, 2012 at 07:35 AM

One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.

Iknowyou commented on Monday, Nov 05, 2012 at 14:37 PM

Voters in 2012 might think they are casting their ballots for President Barack Obama, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney or a third party candidate, but they will actually be selecting a presidential elector for their state.

Each political party chooses electors for each state, according to the U.S. Archives website. The process of nominating electors varies across the country, but many are nominated during their political party's state political convention.

Individual votes do matter, because when a candidate wins the popular vote in an individual state, that candidate's Electoral College representatives are pledged to cast their votes in favor of their candidate (though they are not required to.


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