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Greed is good, let Bobby eat cake...

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This isn't surprising. What do you expect from blind greed? Why do you think history is chock full of rebellions and blood? To keep the powerful in line, to remind them that they must use force to maintain their greedy power base, but abuse too much and all of the masses turn against you and your head adorns a wall in your own feeding hall... Only that it isn't your hall anymore. It belongs ti a peasant who became leader.

The biggest example that anyone can point to for this is the rise of the NAZI parties and the rise of communism. Yes, these systems in their pure form fail because we aren't ready for them... But they won't die out either.

Like democracy and republics. Communism and socialism will be prefected and if those in the use, those in power in the US aren't careful, they may find themselves in a long line for beheading.

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Perf,

I don't recall libs whining that obama campaigns in 57 states. It comes down to who made the mistake. Then again, they probably do believe there are 57 states, and count those votes.

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ghost,

In answer to your question, have you ever heard of a city called Chicago? The home of "vote early, vote often", where just because one is dead is not a reason for that voter to be disenfranchised. Yes, the dems wrote the playbook on election fraud. However, their followers fail to see their own fraud and actually believe that when a vote is for them, it is OK regardless.

You really need to expand your sources if you are foolish enough to believe that lefties are so righteous.

Peoria AZ
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Do Dems even engage in these kinds of dirty dealings much anymore?

C'mon righties, where's the beef?

East Fishkill NY
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Deliberate deception is one tactic in the American terrorism agenda of the Republic-con Party.

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"Are we really making a big deal about a misprint in the Spanish side???? If you don't speak, read, or understand English, and don't know that the election is the 6th, I really hope you don't vote."

Going for the low hanging fruit again Perf?

Does Fun-Ahoy have you all tuckered out with rope-a-dope over in that 'debt and deficit' thread?

Why am I not surprised in any way?

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Are we really making a big deal about a misprint in the Spanish side???? If you don't speak, read, or understand English, and don't know that the election is the 6th, I really hope you don't vote.

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And last but certainly not least is this little gem:

• VA County Registrar Incredible Dishonest or Just Stupid: The Washington Post joins the ranks of us "conspiracy theorists" by reporting on concerns about Mitt Romney's business associates and major supporters and their takeover of Hart Intercivic, the nation's third largest voting machine company. But it was the last line of the piece we found the most amusing: "Falls Church [,VA] registrar David Bjerke said that he was aware of the discussion surrounding Hart but that he regarded the system as completely secure. 'There’s no way for the count to be manipulated,' he said."

I'll post more as I find them. Feel free to add as well, Dem or Reep

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• TX AG Threatens to Arrest U.N. Observers: We previously told you that U.N. monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe [OSCE] were planning to observe this year's election, following a request last March by the NAACP and other groups who were (justifiably) concerned about voter suppression. Texas AG Greg Abbot has another idea: "'The OSCE representatives are not authorized by Texas law to enter a polling place. It may be a criminal offense for OSCE's representatives to maintain a presence within 100 feet of a polling place's entrance,' he said. 'Failure to comply with these requirements could subject the OSCE's representatives to criminal prosecution for violating state law.'" --- Um, "may be"? Isn't he the AG? The OSCE responded Wednesday in a letter to Sec. of State Hillary Clinton: "'The United States, like all countries in the OSCE, has an obligation to invite ODIHR observers to observe its elections,' it said. 'The threat of criminal sanctions against OSCE/ODIHR observers is unacceptable.'"

Either way, the U.S. Dept. of Justice is also planning to observe in Texas this year...Unless Abbot thinks they have no right to be there either. Why so worried about people observing at the polls? Got something you don't want them to see, cowboy?

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