Early voting has become one of the Democrat’s most powerful political weapons, that is, until now. At last check, 150,000 more Republicans had cast early ballots, either in-person or by absentee. For a party that’s never won even a single day of early voting, it’s a sign GOP enthusiasm is growing.


We be CHOMPIN’ at the bit, cher.

Now, back to putting Marco signs together for my little bus party tomorrow…ya’ll welcome to come.

9 Responses to “S0 FAR, FL0R1DA 3ARLY V0T1NG NUMB3RS”

  1. Syd B. says:

    Hopefully, this may be typical of what will happen throughout the country, however, as Stalin said, it is not who votes that counts, it is who counts the votes.

  2. Yojimbo says:

    Hopefully, the high turnout will establish a big enough firewall which will allow us to say “they couldn’t cheat enough”. The People of the ACORN are still out there. Just a casual glance at Instpundit today will curl your hair.

  3. Gary from Jersey says:

    Like Yo says, check out the links Instapundit has up about massive cheating in North Carolina, Texas, Nevada, Colorado, PA and elsewhere. This is a huge story.

  4. nightfly says:

    Can Crist turn any more orange than he already is? Show him these numbers.

  5. barking spider says:

    I voted 10/18, the first day of early voting. Marco AND ending Crist’s political career all in one vote.

  6. Larry says:

    That is Jacksonville, home of several military bases (and one that should still be, but is no more, RIP NAS Cecil Field).

  7. JeffS says:

    I voted on 18 October, casting my vote AGAINST Senator Patti “Dumberer” Murray with the greatest of pleasure!

    ‘fly, Crist might be turning blue on 3 November. From apolexy. Serves the creep right.

  8. Yojimbo says:

    Hey, I voted on the 18th as well. Must be something in the water, or the air…….

  9. Michael Lonie says:

    The dead and the fraudulent voters are the Dems’ most reliable demographic, and they will be showing up as the time gets closer to election day, and after for that matter, as the 2004 Washington governor’s election showed.

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