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I got this in my email yesterday! All I can say is HA HA!!

Vote Tomorrow

FROM: Senator John McCain  

TO: Friend

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 12:38 PM

Dear Friend,

Washington D.C. is broken and the future of our nation is at stake. Tomorrow's election is critical and we need to send proven leaders to Washington that will fight the good fight and stand up for the people of this great nation.

Friend, tomorrow, when you go to the polls and cast your vote, you have the power to not just cast a vote but to change our nation.

You see, our nation's future is hanging in the balance of this election. The vote you cast will make a decision for not just your family, but your neighbors, local towns and cities, and America.

Without a doubt, this is the most important election of our lifetime. If Obama and his liberal union-backed allies are elected, our nation will be in grave danger. They will inflict their invasive policies on our families and quite frankly, there will be no turning back.

We cannot allow others to make decisions for us at the polls tomorrow. I hope you will join me in voting for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan and the Republican ticket. I have proudly campaign alongside Mitt and Paul for the past couple of months and have seen firsthand the energy and policies they will bring to Washington. Simply put - we need Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan as our nation’s next President and Vice President.

The liberal mainstream media is already declaring victory for Democrats across the United States, but your support tomorrow at the polls will ensure that doesn’t happen.

Less than 24 hours remain until the election. The actions we take tomorrow will determine our future, and Friend, our future is safe with Romney/Ryan.

Please join me in voting for Romney/Ryan and the Republican ticket tomorrow.

Yours Truly,

John McCain

A little too little, a little too late! If only McCain had sent that out on the right day, I might have voted for Romney! NOT!


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