Does the PVT Work for Elections???? - page 3
I will be so glad when this election is over, and I know I am not alone. There is no perfect candidate...never was and probably never will be. But this one has been especially interesting.....not... Read More
Nov 10, '16 by ItsThatJenGirlQuote from elkparkExactly. This is a huge problem. This is why, despite my misgivings, I voted for Clinton.But we're not talking about "one person" -- the GOP will have complete control of all three branches of the Federal government, the presidency, both houses of Congress, and a majority on the Supreme Court.
Nov 11, '16 by sop832Quote from NRSKarenRNWhen I woke my DH on Wednesday morning with the words "Honey, I have some bad news", he said"Oh, no, do we have to move?"Took my 88yo father to vote yesterday " for the girl" as he couldn't believe Trump was running. He asked what were all the signs for along the road and entrance to voting location. Poll workers and town councilman all recognized him and thanked him for voting. Upon getting back in the car, he asked me what was that all about. Ravages of vascular dementia, will be the last time he voted.
DH went to bed at 2AM, I staid up watching race as on vacation. When I got up for dental appointment, DH asked if he had a bad dream or did Trump really win the electoral college? 2017 will be a rocky year for healthcare.
Nov 14, '16 by cocoa_puff, ASN, RNWe may have gotten the bad pop up (honestly I think the other one was way worse), but we may still pass the NCLEX, who knows? I think it's better to wait and find out the results as they come, it might not be as bad as we think.
As for the other bad pop up, I think I got an email from Pearson with my results but it got deleted.