Saturday, November 1, 2008

I Predict

Going out on a limb here. John McCain, with more than a little help from Jack Murtha, will score an upset win in Pennsylvania and make this election a squeaker.



(But I could be wrong.)

UPDATE:
Okay, so it went as everyone expected:



Let's all remember: the Lord is still on His throne (and he's not about to move into the Whitehouse).

On the bright side, Texas fired one more Democrat from his job in the House of Representatives. Texas has gone from an 18-14 to 19-13 split in its Congressional delegation. "Way to go!" to all you good folks of Sugarland, TX.


9 comments:

Jerry said...

From your blog to God's ears.

Bob said...

Jerry--
I'm praying for New Mexico, too. But as you see from my prediction, I'm not counting on y'all.

JDP said...

Hope you are right Bob, we will know in a few days.

JDP

LadyBugCrossing said...

I certainly hope you are right.
xo
LBC

Bob said...

LBC & JDP--
Yeah, there's a bit of wishful thinking in my prediction, but it's definitely within the realm of possibility. Either way, God won't be stepping down as the Lord of creation (even if we anoint a new lord in His place).

Hula Doula said...

Oh please please be right.

joyce said...

Mark Davis on WBAP played with a similar map and came up with a tie at 269 to 269. Yikes.

Jerry said...

Even though I am at work today, I am fasting and praying during the time that the polls are open here in NM.

I am using John Piper's "A Prayer for the Election" as a guide.

When Piper states: "doing politics as though not doing them", he has in mind 1 Cor. 7:29-31.

Mrs. Who said...

I'm not going to watch tv until this is over. But crossing my fingers that your map will be the result.