V o t e !!

Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by phideaux, Nov 6, 2016.

  1. phideaux

    phideaux Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    If you enjoy the liberty and freedom to read the Rugertalk forum,

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    the right to own firearms .


    Don't let the gun haters take it from us on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.

    PLEASE exercise your freedom to cast a vote .

    Many brave men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve this right .

    VOTE

    Jim
     
  2. havasu

    havasu In the army now..

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    Absolutely! Be Proud, be American, vote!
     

  3. DoubleR

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    First year I'll be voting in person vs absentee! Count on it!
     
  4. SHOOTER13

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  10. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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    This country has its future IMO hanging on this election. If you care at all about this country and those that gave their all then get out and VOTE!
    Trump for president. Hillary for indictment.
     
  11. Tommycourt

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    I found out the other day that legally I am not allowed to wear my "Save our rump-vote for Trump" T-shirt. The election rules state I am infringing upon the rights of others. What happened to the first amendment?

    Tommy
     
  12. allenr

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    Tommy,

    That law has existed since I voted the first time in 1962. No one may take any promotional material into a polling place. But you can stand outside the polling place with the shirt on. Just imagine what it would be like if anyone could bring any message into a polling place. Chaos and maybe a nasty fight or two. It is prohibited under the same rationale that crying fire in a crowded theater is not a violation of 1A rights.
     
  13. buster40c

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    Watch to see if your voting machine flipped your vote before you hit submit vote. I personally will be making a lot of noise if that happens to me.
     
  14. SHOOTER13

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    Here's the shirt I'll be wearing as I work the polls Tuesday...

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  15. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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    Shooter I will be surprised if you are allowed to wear it at the polls. There have been reports of people turned away from early voting for wearing T shirts like that. Maybe your area will say different.
     
  16. Tommycourt

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    Shooter,
    I wanted to wear my shirt that says: "Save our rump-vote for Trump". I was told I could NOT wear it as I would be infringing on someone elses rights. I could wear the shirt but I had to be at least 100 feet from the polling booth. I could protest but not within 100 feet of the polling. I hope you got to wear your shirt.

    Tommy
     
  17. phideaux

    phideaux Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    just hit Hillary in the gut , by voting for Trump by 66% to 33%...:cool:

    A Country Boy Will Survive..:rayoff:



    Jim
     
  18. buster40c

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    It is said Alabama was 65% Trump........35% Clinton. It seems some states just didn't have the rigging set up.
    Funny how so many of the states that their polls closed the earliest don't have a final count yet. Watch FL it has Trump leading big with only 1% of vote not yet counted and that 1% couldn't turn the state for Clinton but you just watch and see it do just that.
    As usual Ohio and PA whose polls closed earliest have still not determined the final count. Sounds a lot like 2012 election doesn't it? But then CA whose polls closed not long ago is being called for Clinton. I guess CA has quicker bean counters than OH and PA.
    I just heard them say Trump more than likely is the next president. OOPS they now stated they meant to say they thought Trump will win FL. Clinton has jumped ahead of Trump on delegate votes.
     
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  19. havasu

    havasu In the army now..

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    Not now. Trump is back in the lead and they are projecting Trump as winner.
     
  20. buster40c

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    Yesssssssssss keep the prayers going.