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  • ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~'s Avatar
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  • Kuali Baba's Avatar
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    • That was feisty, both of them were argumentative about the attack in Libya, taxes, planned parenthood, guns and more. And the 47% card was played.

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    • Originally posted by fudgester:

      Well, the consensus seems to be that Obama's win is pretty much inevitable.

      I leave you guys with something.... interesting:

       

      What Romney would have to do to win the election

       

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      The maths doesn't add up in his plans, but we've seen stranger things. I'm not confident about Obama's re-election chances, because there are a lot of angry, irrational voters out there who readily believe that he's a foreign-born muslim sympathist and a commie.

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    • Originally posted by Kuali Baba:

      The maths doesn't add up in his plans, but we've seen stranger things. I'm not confident about Obama's re-election chances, because there are a lot of angry, irrational voters out there who readily believe that he's a foreign-born muslim sympathist and a commie.

      Oh yeah.... the redneck vote. Forgot all about that. 

      You know, as much as I love democracy, sometimes I feel that it's wasted on all the wrong people....

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    • Originally posted by fudgester:

      Oh yeah.... the redneck vote. Forgot all about that. 

      You know, as much as I love democracy, sometimes I feel that it's wasted on all the wrong people....

      But it wouldn't be democracy if only the "intelligent" people were allowed to vote. It's the job of the candidates to convince us that they are all things to all men.

      The US voter behaviour is a neverending cycle of one group wanting change, and then another group decrying that the change is "unconstitutional" and an "un-American" way of doing things.

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