Since I live in New Jersey it is required by State Law that I pick up a Democrat and bring him to the voting booth today. Since Democrats in New Jersey tend to be of the flaming liberal kind, I have insulted everyone I know by calling them liberal idiots and as a consequence I could not find a Democrat willing to go to the polls with me. I didn't want to get fined so I asked my wife if she had any suggestions on how I could dig one up.
Well, I have to tell you, I never knew before but it takes about 4 hours to dig up a body. Not an easy thing at all. I had a hell of a time dragging him to the polling place and they almost refused us entrance. "Hey, you can't bring in a person all covered in dirt!" they protested. I was about to leave when I mumbled something to the effect that he was a Democrat. "Wait -- wait! A very nice matronly woman came up to Charles (for that used to be his name) and dusted him off. Thanks to this New Jersey Law, dying does not mean you have to give up your interest in politics.
Don't Forget to Vote even if you have to drag a Democrat with you.
Mensa Barbie Welcomes You - concludes one should "VOTE REPUBLICAN"
Gateway Pundit, Democratic Dirty Tricks in New Jersey
Here's one of today's dirty democratic tricks...
Democrats put locks and chains on Republican offices in New Jersey!
The Republicans had to have police come and cut them off so they could get into their offices this morning. (FOX News)"It appears the Democrats have already resorted to Election Day dirty tricks," said Kean campaign manager Evan Kozlow, who said the "desperate ploys" will not prevent the campaign "from informing voters that Bob Menendez is under federal criminal investigation and is unfit to serve in the United States Senate."Heavens, no!
Officials for Sen. Bob Menendez, who is seeking re-election after being appointed by Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine last year, denied his camp was involved with the vandalism.
"Desperate candidates will do desperate things," Menendez campaign staffer Brian Fallon told FOX News of Kean's allegations. "We obviously had nothing to do with it."
Michelle Malkin has a roundup - Dramamine alert, Excerpt:
Early exit polls show Dem lead.
But turnout's high and the GOP remains optimistic.
Rumor: Hastert warning of 30-seat loss in the House?
Hold on tight.
Captain's Quarters - Exit Polling Data Leaking Out, Excerpt:
I hate to say I Told You So, but... well ...
Preliminary exit poll results indicate that nearly six in 10 voters today disapprove of the way President Bush is handling his job.