Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Too Terrified To Blog 11/6/12 10 AM

I have been existing in a state of fear for months.....or is it an eternity?  No matter how much I tried to convinced myself that I could be resigned to a Romney win, I obviously was fooling myself.  I arose this morning quaking in my boots at the thought of those insane Republican wretches triumphing and putting that evil,rotten egg into the Oval Office and knowing that, having mailed my ballot  for Obama weeks ago, I had done all I could do, but I am still in an agony of apprehension.  

I am going back to bed, pulling the covers up over my head and curling up in a fetal position uttering my mantra/prayer, "Obama, Obama, Obama" until late tonight or tomorrow.  Sorry to reveal myself as such a coward, folks but I am more than passionately against hate, bigotry, ignorance and stupidity. 

I will say "more later" hoping that I do not either drown in my own tears or end up with concussion from hitting my head on the ceiling repeatedly via my ecstatic leaps.   

I sincerely hope you are all doing better today than I am.

Aaaarrrrrrggggghhh! 



















16 comments:

  1. Move over and share those blankets!! I, too, voted almost 2 months ago, and would be more than happy to have a concussion!!!
    Hugs ~

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  2. Everybody I know has been beaming sanity waves across the pond all day, Lo. It might not work, because there are a LOT of shitwits out there, in every country - but we wish you well! In fact, I envy you - we don't have the remotest likeness of an Obama here in GB to vote for, even if we had the chance.

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  3. Oh, Love. So many of us out here, holding our breath.

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  4. I am allowing myself to be optimistic. This means, of course, that if things go badly I'll be more than a little disappointed. But I'm not going to kill myself unless it's absolutely necessary.

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  5. I voted. That was all I could do.

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  6. Every minute from the time the polls close will be a separate eternity.

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  7. Waiting with you Lo. I brought a bottle of scotch! When we are finished, we won't care!

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  8. We'll call you out when it's over. Or not.

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  9. And, yet, you could still think of us and share your terror. Kudos!

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  10. Addendum ~

    It is OVER, my friend!! Please try not to hit your head TOO hard on the ceiling!!!

    Hugs ~

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  11. Absolutely understand and am with you. So far, though, at 11:20 p.m. CST, it's looking good, looking good. Let's just hope it lasts.

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  12. Unless they find a way to steal it in the next little while, victory is at hand.

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  13. And as a thoughtful conservative, I am sickened at the results. Now I must re-examine my beliefs and find some solis some how, some where. This is a very gloomy night for me indeed. I hope my country survives and doesn't end up as a Heston scene from Planet of he Apes.

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  14. As a Brit I went to bed with everything crossed that I would wake up to Obama still in the White House. Its the first thing I looked at this morning and I cannot tell you how happy I was to see Obama had been re-elected.Some of Romney's views were scary in the extreme and others just downright wrong. Maybe I shouldn't have too much of an opinion as the US is not my country, but thank you to every American who voted for Obama. Let's hope the Republicans allow him to implement what is needed now.x

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    1. Sarah, I can't imagine what about Mr. Romney would scare you.

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