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To: Kenny

It’s never too late.

If bambi wins this we KNOW it is fraud, we know it is “fixed”. Look at the map bleeding red!

How can we know something this important and roll over again?

If we truly fear for our children and grandchildren, then something should be done - beginning with an exodus out of blue states and into red states.

I know, easier said than done.

If our founders had had cell phones and the comforts we enjoy, would they have risked everything? I think they would have.

With a Romney loss (and I still have hope for a win!), but with a loss, we have some serious thinking and doing ahead of us.

Because it is no longer about the “vote”. If bambi wins, our votes are proven to be ineffective. They are absorbed by the State , by the “other”.

814 posted on 11/06/2012 7:22:39 PM PST by KittenClaws (You may have to fight a battle more than once in order to win it." - Margaret Thatcher)
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To: KittenClaws

This doesn’t even seem possible!

Did you see some of the online polls running today?

Last time, most of the polls showed either O’Bozo winning or a in tight race with McCain, and everyone knows how that turned out.

Yahoo had a poll with about 600K votes on it with a 57/43 margin for Romney, and a 63/32 margin on a Marketwatch poll with about 12K!
They took down the Yahoo poll, but the Marketwatch is still up... so far.

Even though these are just online polls, how come last time they weren’t far off, and today it’s like they polled on another planet!!?

Take everything else into consideration... Major party swings, historical 2010 Blowout election, messed up unemployment, economy, debt, You name it... Really makes you wonder if the system got screwed with!!

907 posted on 11/06/2012 7:37:20 PM PST by RogerWilko
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