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Who out there is absolutely frightened of the GOP winning the election today?

Asked by maccmann (659points) November 4th, 2008

Seriously. If McCain and that airhead from Alaska win today, I am moving to Canada. I am truly frightened of what will become of this great nation of ours if those two win. To say that I am stressed about this is a galactic understatement. Like Obama said “Eight is enough.” I am also concerned about election poll shannanagins, as was evidenced in 2000, as well as 2004.

Concerned. Very…very concerned.

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CameraObscura's avatar

I don’t know which phrase I’m more sick of: Lesser of two evils or I’m moving to Canada

arnbev959's avatar

I’m pretty confident that we will have an Obama victory.

But when I saw “McCain – Palin” on the ballot today I did have a moment of fear. Nothing we can do now but wait it out.

And if you haven’t voted yet, GO VOTE!

maccmann's avatar

Oh, I voted.

asmonet's avatar

i think Obama will win, I have some very very mild anxiety at this point. But I did everything I could to change that. See, avatar.

MrMeltedCrayon's avatar

Note: Europeans are unable to threaten to move anywhere.

Ah, laughed my ass off at that one.

Anyway, I’m terrified of the GOP winning. I voted a while ago, so all I can do is keep my fingers crossed.

marinelife's avatar

I am not afraid of them winning today, but I am afraid of them stealing the election.

dalepetrie's avatar

I give it 3, maybe 4 more hours tops of us Godless liberals sweating it out before we see the first signs of a blue wave washing over our nation. Personally I think there are going to be some surprises, all of which favor Obama tonight (Georgia, anyone?)

btw, lurve to Camera for reminding me about that website.

Magnus's avatar

Yes I’m scared as hell, I don’t want world war 3.

gailcalled's avatar

My daughter moved to Canada a year go and may be moving back to the states because the Canadian gov’t makes it almost impossible to get a permanent visa. That particular beaurocracy is a labyrinthean mess.

Mizuki's avatar

They are stealing Virginia as we speak

jessturtle23's avatar

If the last eight years haven’t made you move to Canada already then I doubt anyone is going anywhere. Maybe it’s because I live with a bunch of republicans in the country that I am not frightened of them. Yes, their beer might be inferior and their politics a bit annoying but I am not scared of them.

asmonet's avatar

I actually totally believe Virginia will be blue in the next few hours.

gailcalled's avatar

edit; ago…..bureaucracy ^^

Noel_S_Leitmotiv's avatar

This statement masquerading as a question is still here??

“Seriously. If McCain and that airhead from Alaska win today, I am moving to Canada” WTF??

I’d have no difficulty with this question remaining were it not for some of mine (none containing words like “airhead”) getting bounced so quickly.

Ron_C's avatar

I am really frightened to think that there would be enough Americans really stupid enough to think having McCain and Palin in office is a good thing.

Are there really 100 million really stupid Americans?

Regardless, I’m not moving. I will stay and fight for my country. I hate the sight of refugees fleeing before opposing armies. I am more likely to join the towns people and fight both armies.

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