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Thread started 04/30/12 5:49pm

nursev

So...Who's voting for Obama this election

I am lol Think the man is doing a great job with the opposition he has and will gladly vote for him again. Who else?

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Reply #1 posted 04/30/12 5:53pm

nursev

I think Texas is trying to pull some Okie Doke stuff for the election. They are redistributing voter cards for the whole state and trying to pull the no vote thing without ID neutral They've been redistricting damn near every county neutral

http://www.reuters.com/ar...XA20120312 Glad it didn't work neutral

[Edited 4/30/12 17:55pm]

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Reply #2 posted 04/30/12 6:02pm

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No better option is emerging, so I'll vote for him again.

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Reply #3 posted 04/30/12 6:03pm

nursev

SUPRMAN said:

No better option is emerging, so I'll vote for him again.

He'll take it lol

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Reply #4 posted 04/30/12 6:03pm

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nursev said:

I think Texas is trying to pull some Okie Doke stuff for the election. They are redistributing voter cards for the whole state and trying to pull the no vote thing without ID neutral They've been redistricting damn near every county neutral

http://www.reuters.com/ar...XA20120312 Glad it didn't work neutral

[Edited 4/30/12 17:55pm]

The redistricting is done by the state legislature. They've had a time creating new districts that the courts will accept.

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Reply #5 posted 04/30/12 6:05pm

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SUPRMAN said:

nursev said:

I think Texas is trying to pull some Okie Doke stuff for the election. They are redistributing voter cards for the whole state and trying to pull the no vote thing without ID neutral They've been redistricting damn near every county neutral

http://www.reuters.com/ar...XA20120312 Glad it didn't work neutral

[Edited 4/30/12 17:55pm]

The redistricting is done by the state legislature. They've had a time creating new districts that the courts will accept.

I know. It all just seems like it's purposeful neutral

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Reply #6 posted 04/30/12 6:09pm

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nursev said:

SUPRMAN said:

The redistricting is done by the state legislature. They've had a time creating new districts that the courts will accept.

I know. It all just seems like it's purposeful neutral

It is purposeful. Republicans want to set themselves up for the next ten years.

The courts will only allow them to go so far.

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Reply #7 posted 04/30/12 6:13pm

nursev

SUPRMAN said:

nursev said:

I know. It all just seems like it's purposeful neutral

It is purposeful. Republicans want to set themselves up for the next ten years.

The courts will only allow them to go so far.

nod thank goodness for the court system

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Reply #8 posted 04/30/12 8:07pm

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I'm voting for him.
Damn. 750,000 people died fighting the civil war...4 years. With Today's population %age, it would b 7 million people. There r 3000 railroad ties per a mile of track. It would take 250 miles of track to represent 750k...to put it in a bit of perspec
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Reply #9 posted 05/01/12 5:14am

seekingtruth

Not in a million years.

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Reply #10 posted 05/01/12 6:06am

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Proudly! Happily! Eagerly! Joyously! Enthusiastically! I think you get the point. cool

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I drove by the fork in the road and went straight."
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Reply #11 posted 05/01/12 7:00am

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We'll see. It depends on what he says he's going to do with the Disastrous Bush/Obama Tax Cuts.

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Reply #12 posted 05/01/12 7:18am

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RodeoSchro said:

We'll see. It depends on what he says he's going to do with the Disastrous Bush/Obama Tax Cuts.

Why does that matter? Didn't he say in 2008 he was going to raise the top tax rate to 39%? Did he?

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Reply #13 posted 05/01/12 9:46am

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seekingtruth said:

Not in a million years.

Sure, Romney's a better choice lol

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Reply #14 posted 05/01/12 11:27am

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DarlingDiana said:

RodeoSchro said:

We'll see. It depends on what he says he's going to do with the Disastrous Bush/Obama Tax Cuts.

Why does that matter? Didn't he say in 2008 he was going to raise the top tax rate to 39%? Did he?

[Edited 5/1/12 7:19am]

DD, you know better. Three branches of government, takes two to accomplish this. If Ron Paul says he give all Americans a flat tax rate, then gets elected and couldn't get it done. I wouldn't hold it against him. Do you know why? Because I took a basic civics class and I know better.

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Reply #15 posted 05/01/12 11:35am

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I will be proudly voting for Obama. Though I have issues with some of his policies, he's the only sane candidate. I hope in his next term he does end the Afgan war, gut defense, raise taxes, restructure education & fund infrastructure.

"The voter is less important than the man who provides money to the candidate," - Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens
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Reply #16 posted 05/01/12 11:36am

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13cjk13 said:

seekingtruth said:

Not in a million years.

Sure, Romney's a better choice lol

Leave him alone, Seek is still mad Newt or Santorum won't get the nomination lol

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Reply #17 posted 05/01/12 11:45am

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I will never vote for a Republican ever again as long as I live. I don't care what happens under Democratic control, it will always be worse with the GOP.

OBAMA 2012! biggrin

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