In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR

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Obama Schedule || Monday, November 5, 2012

10:45 am CT || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; MLK Boulevard, Madison, Wisconsin
11:55 am CT || Departs Madison
2:05 pm || Arrives Columbus, Ohio
4:10 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Nationwide Arena, Columbus
8:25 pm || Departs Columbus
9:00 pm CT || Arrives Des Moines, Iowa
9:50 pm CT || Delivers remarks; Intersection of East 4th Street and East Locust Street, Des Moines. The first lady also makes remarks
11:00 pm CT || Departs Des Moines
12:05 am CT || Arrives Chicago

All times Eastern except as noted

38 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Monday, November 5, 2012”

      1. A farmer freind of mine opined that cows would likely make good Democrats. He says his cows do little but graze and procreate, tend to react as a herd with little individual thought, don’t worry about crapping where they live, and that they will follow whoever has the feed bucket.

        For this, and other, reasons, don’t be suprised if ballots are issued to Elsie and Bossie, along with the dead. Dems are going to cheat like professional wrestling villians on this one, just to ensure The One has more “flexability” going “forward”

        1. Cows would likely make good Republicans. Cows do little but graze and procreate, tend to react as a herd with little individual thought, don’t worry about crapping where they live, and that they will follow whoever has the fear bucket.

      1. Anyone old enough to remember the Four Lads? “Standing on the (Intersection) Corner Watching all the Girls (Romney voters) go by”….

        1. Yes, I am…shhhh, don’t tell anyone. When BHO flew over S. Jersey, there in the sand were big letters …ROMNEY – the first thing that crossed my mind was Pat Boone, crooning “Love Letters in the Sand”.

          Oh crap, I just said “crooning”. Sheesh, proof positive that I am a senior.

          1. This afternoon we had love letters in the sky! Yes, a sky writer spelled out Romney!

            Pat Boone actually made several calls to us over the past few weeks, encouraging us to vote for Jeff Flake. Too bad it was just a recording. LOL

          1. Trouble sleeping and trouble staying asleep. Up since 5 a.m. on a short night’s sleep. Diminished appetite, anxiety is my name and I don’t know what Plan B is “if” …..and I won’t even attempt to type out a negative outcome.

    1. 9:50 pm CT || Delivers remarks; Intersection of East 4th Street and East Locust Street, Des Moines. The first lady also makes remarks
      Sounds like a couple of streetwalkers hawking their trade. Not that I would know anything about that. :-)

    1. What a masterpiece, Granny Jan! I really broke down and cried for the poor feller who’ll never get to ride the intercontinental railroad ;-)

    2. Janice, didn’t think it was possible, but you’ve outdone yourself. I hope you have a SAG card – If I could I’d nominate the video for an OSCAR!

      BRAVO.

        1. Thanks a lot, Granny Jan, I had a wonderful, merry moment here with my morning tea.
          Today I expect to read all over the media about that great Romney tide that is building out there, waiting to roll in. It started with the news about the big ad in Washington Times were Tommy Franks, Hugh Shelton and 500 American warriors endorses Romney in a big way. Yes !!!

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  2. Reminds me, I need to stock-up for Election Day… (12 pack of Yuengling :-)

    My “Schedule, Tues, Nov. 6”:
    -Up AM.
    -Vote early!
    -Take a nap.
    -Order pizza
    -5pm || Start drinking, watch Election results… (watch History)

    1. I’m working a double today to make the time pass, and i requested a lunch shift for tomorrow (Obama economy has made me have to start waiting tables again after 11 years of being home with my kids). Anyway – tomorrow:

      Get off at 4pm
      Go for a run
      Eat, prepare snacks.
      Watch tv/election results until …?

      I hope to see the folks at MSNBC lose their $hit.

      1. And on cue, a quote from Hillbuzz:

        “Because I believe the talking heads will melt on the screen come Election Night because none of the results coming in will match the polls the Left relied on for their mental health in the last days of this campaign, I intend to watch MSNBC all day next Tuesday because I want to document in real time the implosion of the Ministry of Truth. This is the only time in my life that I will ever say this, so mark it in the history books, but I encourage all of you to watch MSNBC if you can on November 6th because decades from now you will want to describe to your progeny how unhinged the Left became on live tee-vee as the Obama Regime came to an abrupt end. This would be like you being able to tell someone in the future that you were there when Mount Vesuvius erupted and leveled Pompeii…and you had time-traveled back to sit in a lounge chair and sip chianti while you watched it all happen LIVE.” –Kevin DuJan

        http://hillbuzz.org/final-2012-election-predictions-romney-wins-white-house-gop-keeps-house-and-republicans-take-senate-100-chance-that-nate-silvers-career-collapses-into-ruin-25460

  3. A little prayer before voting and afterwards in thanks will be part of my game plan.
    Then a little ” Old Grandad “, rocks and a splash of soda , then watch the media meltdown.
    Best of luck to everyone, let’s do this!
    I think it was Eisenhower who said on the eve of the D-day invasion ” there is no substitute for victory ” That’s the way I see it.

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