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Glamourmilf
11-06-2012, 05:18 AM
Who's it gonna be? OBACK BARRAMA OR THAT DEPARTMENT STORE MANNEQUIN MITT ROMNEY?
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Lovelyme
11-06-2012, 05:21 AM
I'll be voting for Obama after I drop my daughter off at school. I cannot wait!!!

Glamourmilf
11-06-2012, 05:24 AM
Did my pics show up on your end?

TheBrownFox
11-06-2012, 05:29 AM
I'll be voting for Obama after I drop my daughter off at school. I cannot wait!!!


She has school today? The schools out here are closed.

Yesterday schools were closed too (I have no idea why...the school closings and early dismissals are a bit excessive), however my son's school was smart enough to decide to open...because Hurricane Sandy caused kids to miss enough school time, as it is.

I'll be voting for Obama this morning too. My son will probably whine "I don't wanna go," but it won't take long, and it's kinda cool he gets to witness Mom 'rock the vote'...lol.

Classy_Katy
11-06-2012, 05:38 AM
The last time we had Mercury retrograde during the election Bush slipped in instead of Gore...be afraid, be VERY afraid!

Lovelyme
11-06-2012, 05:42 AM
She has school today? The schools out here are closed.


I'm so glad I read this post before leaving here. She's in a private pre k program. I'm going to call them now.

Lovelyme
11-06-2012, 05:44 AM
She has school today? The schools out here are closed.

Yesterday schools were closed too (I have no idea why...the school closings and early dismissals are a bit excessive), however my son's school was smart enough to decide to open...because Hurricane Sandy caused kids to miss enough school time, as it is.

I'll be voting for Obama this morning too. My son will probably whine "I don't wanna go," but it won't take long, and it's kinda cool he gets to witness Mom 'rock the vote'...lol.


I'm so glad I read this post before leaving here. She's in a private pre k program. I'm going to call them now.


Yup.. just called. She has school today. It's not a traditional school. It's a private school and I guess things are done differently there. I'm glad she has school cause after voting I have to work.

Marina Starr
11-06-2012, 05:47 AM
OBAMA, OBAMA, OBAMA!

http://i622.photobucket.com/albums/tt306/imfrmdixie/obama.gif

naughtycamgirl
11-06-2012, 06:42 AM
I am not American, and I don't live in USA, But I prefer OBAMA

IsobelWren
11-06-2012, 06:54 AM
It's important for any American in our field to vote for Obama, as Romney has a staunch anti-women, anti-porn policy. I looked up his views on his own website. No abortion, no birth control, no gay rights, no porn.

Ladies, the election is so close. Even if you weren't planning to vote, please get out there and do it. I've already cast my absentee ballot in my home state and I'm seriously making an impassioned plea for you to vote as well. Not even looking at all the other stuff he's done, Obama is doing good things for us and will continue to do so. He's disbanded the Bush administration anti-adult industry task forces. He has prosecuted only one adult industry business as opposed to the 30 that Bush did. He supports job training for adult industry workers who want to leave the business*. If you want to keep this job and get another (possibly outside the industry!) in the future, vote Obama.

Romney met with Morality in Media, the most anti-porn group in America, and this comes directly from a news article on that meeting. Romney assured MiM that he "'would pursue prosecutions' of pornography and that the issue is 'important to them.' The Romney campaign met with the organization 'a number of times' in the past three months"
http://thinkprogress.org/election/2012/09/14/850061/romney-pornography-prosecutions/?mobile=nc

Bottom line, if you live in the USA, please, please vote. It means more this year than it ever has in our lifetimes.

*contact me if you'd like links to evidence that supports these facts, I didn't want to clutter up the page too much.

Your Evil Twin
11-06-2012, 07:29 AM
I just checked online to make certain my mail-in ballot was received, it was and I voted for Obama.

VoluptiousBriadda
11-06-2012, 07:35 AM
Are there any propositions etc that all of us should vote yes or no on today regardless of our state? Honestly I've been extremely sick, out of town, taking care of my child and camming in between and I haven't been paying attention to bills, props etc like I usually would and I really won't have time to look them up individually before I vote today

TheBrownFox
11-06-2012, 08:00 AM
Yup.. just called. She has school today. It's not a traditional school. It's a private school and I guess things are done differently there. I'm glad she has school cause after voting I have to work.


My son started at a different school this year, and they do some things a little differently from the public schools, which I'm really happy about. One thing I love about it is each classroom can have up to 8 or 9 students MAX.

CinnimonKiss
11-06-2012, 08:01 AM
Im a perm resident of the U.S and wish so bad I could vote for OBAMA !!!!! VOTE LADIES !!!! VOTE FOR ME !!!!!

KimKlass
11-06-2012, 08:12 AM
Department store mannequin lolllllll! I like you! I for one will be utterly shocked if Obama doesn't win!

TheBrownFox
11-06-2012, 08:13 AM
Romney has a staunch anti-women, anti-porn policy. I looked up his views on his own website. No abortion, no birth control, no gay rights, no porn.


I remember cooking breakfast one morning, and hearing the story on the news about how Romney and his buddies (when they were in school) suspected a classmate was gay, so they picked on him and shoved his head into a bathroom toilet. And even when the guy (the one who was picked on) grew up into a man, he was haunted by those memories. In an interview with one of Romney's friends, he laughed it off and said "Well, he was always goofing around in school....."

LaurenAus
11-06-2012, 08:16 AM
I did an early vote for Obama

KimKlass
11-06-2012, 09:00 AM
I remember cooking breakfast one morning, and hearing the story on the news about how Romney and his buddies (when they were in school) suspected a classmate was gay, so they picked on him and shoved his head into a bathroom toilet. And even when the guy (the one who was picked on) grew up into a man, he was haunted by those memories. In an interview with one of Romney's friends, he laughed it off and said "Well, he was always goofing around in school....."

I am not a Romney fan, but personally, I always take stories like these with a grain of salt. From what I understand, until this election, Romney was actually fairly moderate?

Lovelyme
11-06-2012, 09:11 AM
I am not a Romney fan, but personally, I always take stories like these with a grain of salt. From what I understand, until this election, Romney was actually fairly moderate?

Ahem ... Romney admitted this so it's not a "story". Brownfox is spot on.

KimKlass
11-06-2012, 09:19 AM
Ahem ... Romney admitted this so it's not a "story". Brownfox is spot on.

BTW, I wasn't saying the lovely Brown Foxs' story was untrue, just that I generally take these kinds of stories with a grain of salt. So that's true? One more reason Romney sucks!

Classy_Katy
11-06-2012, 09:38 AM
My daughter and I saw a news clip that had Romney talking about Sandy...she's only 12 but she turned to me and said "that man doesn't give a damn about those people", I asked her how she knew and she said "just look at his face". You could see it...

TheBrownFox
11-06-2012, 10:09 AM
She's only 12 but she turned to me and said "that man doesn't give a damn about those people", I asked her how she knew and she said "just look at his face". You could see it...


Smart girl!

I'm always saying Romney has this big 'ole grin on his face like a Cheshire cat...lol. I don't know who it was in my family (my granddad, maybe?), but when I was little, someone in my fam used to always use the phrase "grinning like a Chessy cat" to describe a person's goofy grin. Back then I didn't know what the hell a "Chessy cat" was...lol. Now I just think of the cat from Alice in Wonderland.

http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/alicepic/disney-movie/cheshire-cat-5.jpg

blkschoolgirl
11-06-2012, 11:08 AM
I voted early last week. Got a free coffee from Starbucks and 20% off at Urban Outfitters. Not that that's the reason you should vote, but I got some rillllly cute panties.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 11:11 AM
Not to be political, but if you're REALLY concerned about the future of camming and internet censorship (as am I!) libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is the only candidate I think would actually support our rights. Maybe it's too late to share this but with Obama I worry about SOPA, with Romney I worry about criminializing pornography, but Johnson is all for allowing you to do whatever you want to do online (including legalizing online gambling in the U.S.) as long as you're not hurting anyone.

If Johnson can get 5% of the popular vote it will allow the libertarian party access to millions of campaign dollars in 2016. THAT would actually make a difference.
Unless you live in a swing state, if you vote Johnson, it will make a difference. If you don't live in a swing state and you vote Romney OR Obama just to go with "the lesser of two evils", that's not going to make a huge difference. That's why I've voted for Gary Johnson and I'm proud of it.

http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/

Melonie
11-06-2012, 12:07 PM
I would mention that Stripperweb supposedly has a Politics Ban in place, which supposedly precludes this entire topic of discussion.




with Obama I worry about SOPA

I would also point out the following factual information ...

The Hollywood mainstream movie industry, the US recording industry, the US cable TV industry, S.A.G. and other entertainment industry unions, the mainstream US Adult video producers. etc. are major supporters and contributors to Barack Obama.

The Hollywood mainstream movie industry, the US recording industry, the US cable TV industry, S.A.G. and other entertainment industry unions, the mainstream US Adult video producers, etc. are major proponents of the SOPA / PIPA bills ... which were tabled last spring by the US congress as the election season got firmly underway, but are likely to receive renewed congressional attention once the election season is over.

Barack Obama has a documented history of 'quid pro quo' where major supporters and contributors are concerned.


The provision of SOPA / PIPA that is probably of greatest relevance to readers of this thread is ...

(snip)"Force payments processors [ MasterCard, Visa - sic ] to shut down the ability for infringing sites to make money.

Suspend its service from completing payment transactions involving customers located within the United States or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and the payment account [ webcam host - sic ].(snip)

from

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 12:20 PM
^ Thank you, Melonie. I know a lot of girls on here don't agree with you but everything you're stating in the above post is exactly what I'm thinking.

The good news is, I am only 60 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. If camming is outlawed I swear I will buy a car, go down to Mexico (where prostitution is completely legal), and become an escort. Heck, I will permanently move to Mexico if that's what it takes to be safe. Not only securing my financial future, but what about proposed wars with Iran? Does anyone else think of this???

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 12:28 PM
Are there any propositions etc that all of us should vote yes or no on today regardless of our state? Honestly I've been extremely sick, out of town, taking care of my child and camming in between and I haven't been paying attention to bills, props etc like I usually would and I really won't have time to look them up individually before I vote today

I have voted and other than the presidential election, every other issue on the ballot was state or city related, not federal. So I can't answer that question. In my state (Arizona), in addition to voting for the president we voted on whether or not to increase sales tax in 2013, whether or not the city where I live should be allowed to get bonds to improve roads (there are a lot of dirt roads here, but voting yes would increase taxes), whether or not a school district in my city should be allowed to go over budget, who should become the new sheriff (and I live in the poor part of town where crime is a HUGE part of our daily life) etc. etc. Depending on where you live you may have been mailed a General Election Guide a couple of months ago, which will give you some very general information.

malika29
11-06-2012, 01:30 PM
us brits are really praying that obama gets voted back in. it is safe to say with romney in power the world will end within the next four years. i personally also happen to the samuel l jackson advert supporting obama, its the best i have seen and wish our political campaigns could be like that.

Kellydancer
11-06-2012, 01:38 PM
Not to be political, but if you're REALLY concerned about the future of camming and internet censorship (as am I!) libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is the only candidate I think would actually support our rights. Maybe it's too late to share this but with Obama I worry about SOPA, with Romney I worry about criminializing pornography, but Johnson is all for allowing you to do whatever you want to do online (including legalizing online gambling in the U.S.) as long as you're not hurting anyone.

If Johnson can get 5% of the popular vote it will allow the libertarian party access to millions of campaign dollars in 2016. THAT would actually make a difference.
Unless you live in a swing state, if you vote Johnson, it will make a difference. If you don't live in a swing state and you vote Romney OR Obama just to go with "the lesser of two evils", that's not going to make a huge difference. That's why I've voted for Gary Johnson and I'm proud of it.



This. I like Johnson the best and I live in Illinois so no chance Obama loses here. I know politics aren't supposed to be allowed but Romney/Ryan is one of the most anti woman ballots we have had for years. They oppose Ledbetter Act and of course Romney believes women need to get home early so they can fix dinner. I am actually very fiscally conservative but I fear a Romney election for all women, sex industry workers and non sex industry workers both.

Melonie
11-06-2012, 01:42 PM
If camming is outlawed

Again sticking to a simple statement of facts regarding the SOPA / PIPA bills, there doesn't appear to be anything in the proposed legislation that would 'outlaw' camming. What IS in the proposed legislation is a US gov't mandate that MasterCard and Visa could no longer process online credit card charges by US based would-be online customers for a non-US based website accused of copyright violation by the US copyright owner. There doesn't appear to be anything in the proposed legislation that would apply similar sanctions to US based websites.

(snip)many are worried about a provision in SOPA that would essentially allow content owners to obtain unopposed court orders forcing online advertising networks and payment processors, such as MasterCard and PayPal, to shut off services to foreign sites that the content owners decide are infringing on their property.(snip) from

This provision was heavily lobbied for by the Hollywood movie industry, the US recording industry, the US cable TV industry, etc. ... who also are documented to be major supporters and contributors to Barack Obama.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 04:09 PM
(This has nothing to do with anything, but can I tell you that people are Really, Really stupid? Please don't let stupid people vote.)

I saw this on my facebook feed, posted by a young Mormon guy I know: "Your vote matters. Not just because soldiers risk their lives for this privilege, or the founding fathers fought for this right, but because we have seen the effects of popular vote off-setting electoral in 2000."
To which I replied, "Actually? No. Al Gore won the popular vote in 2000, and he did NOT become president. Please do not make up history as you see fit."
And then he replied, "So soldiers don't defend the right to vote, there was no revolutionary war, and there was no controversy in the Florida polls? ...in which Bush won the popular and eventually electoral vote and DID become president... and your vote does not matter? And I am not American? And not entitled to an opinion? Well alright"
So I couldn't help but add, "You said that the popular vote offset the electoral college decision in 2000. I am saying that is a fallacy. http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0876793.html "Florida" is not a country. Nation-wide, Gore won the popular vote. Have a look at the numbers and tell me I am wrong."

People, if you are going to vote, PLEASE know what the issues are. Please understand how the system works, unlike Peter Priesthood Mormon boy up here. Good God, the idiocy hurts my brain. I am a Mormon, but knowing that many ignorant Mormons are voting for Romney Solely Because He Is Mormon Regardless Of Knowing A Thing About His Policies... Lord, the prospect of moving down to Mexico seems more and more appealing by the minute!

xobarbiexo
11-06-2012, 04:43 PM
I'm voting for Roseann Barr, but I'm about 99% sure Obama is going to win the election. Mitt Romney was not a strong enough candidate and has been trying to run for a while now (6 years). Under his time as governor gay marriage passed in MA. Republicans do NOT like this. How he got the party nominee I honestly will never know. No one ever wanted him to be president at any CRC events, but one kid Brian. lmao

Doesn't matter who I vote for though bc my district is very democrat so the electoral college in my area will vote for Obama.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 04:54 PM
Doesn't matter who I vote for though bc my district is very democrat so the electoral college in my area will vote for Obama.

It matters if you vote libertarian :)

Peachesxo
11-06-2012, 05:38 PM
ZOMG IT'S ON!!!!!
*Squeee*

You wouldn't believe how excited we Canadians get over US elections and politics.
Can't blame us, though, our system is B-O-R-I-N-G.

Marina Starr
11-06-2012, 05:40 PM
Blow jobs for Obama voters!

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 06:48 PM
Blow jobs for Obama voters!

Marina, did I ever tell you I love you? I freaking love you, B. I didn't vote for Romney, and also, I don't have the right package to get blow jobs. Do I get anything special?!?!?!

Marina Starr
11-06-2012, 06:51 PM
Awwww, the feeling is mutual girl! The men in my town are VERY conservative (only on the streets) so that's been my slogan to get them to vote for Obama.
You will get lots of hugs and kisses since I am strictly dickly.


Marina, did I ever tell you I love you? I freaking love you, B. I didn't vote for Romney, and also, I don't have the right package to get blow jobs. Do I get anything special?!?!?!

Vela Valentine
11-06-2012, 06:55 PM
I voted for Obama... But my state (IL) already showed that we won for Obama... I'm nervous over this.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 07:16 PM
Awwww, the feeling is mutual girl! The men in my town are VERY conservative (only on the streets) so that's been my slogan to get them to vote for Obama.
You will get lots of hugs and kisses since I am strictly dickly.

Well then you know what? Strictly dickly girls of the world unite for lots of hugs!!!!
And YES, y'all, you can put THAT on my slogan platform every day of the week :D

(And y'all are lucky, that ignorant Mormon I encountered? He got his "aunt" to petition that that they get a "fundraiser" started to get me out of the country, because I called them on their B.S. agenda. Mmm Hmm! Can't even voice my opinion in this state without being told I should vote for Obama since he's black like me. Bunch of whitey hillbillies. I can't take this place no mo'! People ain't got no damn sense out here!)

Kellydancer
11-06-2012, 07:31 PM
(This has nothing to do with anything, but can I tell you that people are Really, Really stupid? Please don't let stupid people vote.)

I saw this on my facebook feed, posted by a young Mormon guy I know: "Your vote matters. Not just because soldiers risk their lives for this privilege, or the founding fathers fought for this right, but because we have seen the effects of popular vote off-setting electoral in 2000."
To which I replied, "Actually? No. Al Gore won the popular vote in 2000, and he did NOT become president. Please do not make up history as you see fit."
And then he replied, "So soldiers don't defend the right to vote, there was no revolutionary war, and there was no controversy in the Florida polls? ...in which Bush won the popular and eventually electoral vote and DID become president... and your vote does not matter? And I am not American? And not entitled to an opinion? Well alright"
So I couldn't help but add, "You said that the popular vote offset the electoral college decision in 2000. I am saying that is a fallacy. "Florida" is not a country. Nation-wide, Gore won the popular vote. Have a look at the numbers and tell me I am wrong."

People, if you are going to vote, PLEASE know what the issues are. Please understand how the system works, unlike Peter Priesthood Mormon boy up here. Good God, the idiocy hurts my brain. I am a Mormon, but knowing that many ignorant Mormons are voting for Romney Solely Because He Is Mormon Regardless Of Knowing A Thing About His Policies... Lord, the prospect of moving down to Mexico seems more and more appealing by the minute!

I was wondering how Mormons feel when people say they have to vote for him because of this. I am Catholic and several Catholic people told me I should be voting for Romney because of the abortion issue. However, being a Catholic we are supposed to help the poor, it's part of our religion. Yes abortion is considered wrong by the religion (btw I don't agree with this and am prochoice)but so is starving people like Ryan believes in.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 08:21 PM
I was wondering how Mormons feel when people say they have to vote for him because of this. I am Catholic and several Catholic people told me I should be voting for Romney because of the abortion issue. However, being a Catholic we are supposed to help the poor, it's part of our religion. Yes abortion is considered wrong by the religion (btw I don't agree with this and am prochoice)but so is starving people like Ryan believes in.

Well I haven't been to Mormon church in over a month (I've chosen to work and better myself, as Sundays are my most lucrative days on cam)...
Mormons... Are funny :P

I attend a university singles ward where the majority of church members are 18-22-year-olds, this is their first time being away from mommy and daddy, and they'll be going back to live under their parents' authority as soon as the semester is over. I'm a 27-year-old who's lived on her own and I have been my sole supporter since the age of 20 so maybe my perceptions are a bit... biased? Most Mormons that I know are VERY idealistic and do not have clear concepts of how the world works outside of what they have been taught. When it comes to the church's "official" stance, we have been told that if a member of the local media comes to our church and questions our beliefs we are to claim ignorance and direct questions to our bishop and/or stake president. So basically, if someone from the "outside" questions us, we cannot answer. We are allowed to express our individual autonomy but if you are friends with other Mormons you will be guilted into voting Romney, just because he is a Mormon, too. And if you don't fall into that guilt (like I haven't) you will be personally attacked, told that you are "un-American" and you'll have people you don't even know proposing that they raise funds to kick you out of the country. That is how Mormons in my state operate, anyway.

sweetheather
11-06-2012, 08:25 PM
Courtney, I feel you on the Arizona stuff, fuck this state man.

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 08:32 PM
Courtney, I feel you on the Arizona stuff, fuck this state man.

Omg so are you in this gawdawful state, too??? I am a born and raised New Yorker, been in the desert for 2 years and I'm still not used to it. PM me if you know how it feels!!!!!

Lovelyme
11-06-2012, 09:37 PM
It's OVER!!!! CNN PROJECTS: President Barack Obama has been Re-elected as the President of the United States!!!!!!!!
So. Fucking. Happy. Right. NOW!

Smurfette
11-06-2012, 09:41 PM
32184

deal with it!

Pippi_Hicks
11-06-2012, 09:41 PM
YES!!! OBAMA WON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'll admit it, I loved seeing the cameras pan over all the sad faces at the Romney campaign headquarters.

Marina Starr
11-06-2012, 09:48 PM
http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x311/melaniamai/tumblr_mcoitv85FB1qjh4la.gif

CourtneyRaine
11-06-2012, 09:49 PM
It's OVER!!!! CNN PROJECTS: President Barack Obama has been Re-elected as the President of the United States!!!!!!!!
So. Fucking. Happy. Right. NOW!

I like this because I heard about this on SW before I heard about it on CNN :) You ladies are beautiful :)

(My cat is not very happy that I am kissing his forehead egregiously right now, but, I would have been giving him kisses and cuddles just because it's Tuesday and he has a cute kitty face. Yay Obama?)

Glamourmilf
11-06-2012, 10:37 PM
:grouphug:YEAHHHHHHHH!!! THANKS LADIES FOR VOTING IN OBAMA!!!! WELL-DONE AMERICA!!!!

AliceFun
11-06-2012, 10:50 PM
Congrats american people, i am a foreigner but happy for u, All the very best!