Pregnant Woman Falls Out, While Waiting In line To Vote West Palm
She showed up with her husband, to stand in line like everybody else to place a ballot. And they stood in line, at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church for the voting proceedings. About 2 hours of standing in line waiting, and the rather humidified conditions prove to be a testament for the woman.
Now keep in mind, this is taking place out in West Palm Beach, Florida LOL. So yea it’s rather warm and muggy. At 2:23 p.m. she passed out, and had to be taken to the hospital by (via) ambulance. Witnesses said, that she was being overwhelmed by the crowd and the humidity.
Lines where stretching long into a U shaped formation, and it would take one at least 2 1/2 to 3 hours to reach the voting booths. and it was an attendance of over 2,500 voters on top of that, that she was waiting through. After she arrived at the hospital, the woman was still determined to place her ballot LOL.
Some one gave her a absentee ballot (A Obama Campaign Volunteer), so her husband went back to the church to vote with the absentee ballot. But because in do fashion, if you step out of line (Losing Your Spot Really Bites LOL), you then have to stand in line for 2 1/2 to 3 hours ROTFL (Rolling On The Floor Laughing) all over again unfortunately.
Wow man, haha that was some dedication on the part of that lady and her husband, the type of dedication to inspire another to get off their duff and go out there and place that vote with pride.
Till then My Motto: Stay clam, cool, collective, knowing that the only thing that keeps you from making a difference in life is yourself strive for the best!
(By: Jaye Irons)
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