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Yeah, and even if I were voting Obama, they probably would have turned me off. Romney people didn't do that here, nor Johnson people.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Gotta get Florida back.
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What if Romney takes Michigan?
It's obnoxiousness in numbers.
EDIT: Also, I wasn't aware that Johnson actually had people.
This post was edited by ramssuperbowl99 17 months ago
He's up early...but only 6000 votes have been counted.
I'd be surprised to say the least.
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Obama's hurricane response was marginally better, if better at all, than Bush's response to Katrina. Media slant here is outrageous.
I'm optimistic about Romneys chances right now. This is gonna be close
He has some. Obviously not enough, which was likely your point. I probably would have voted for a rock if it ran against Obama.
I voted for Johnson - I was joking.
For me, I want 5% libertarian. If we get that, I feel like a winner in this election. Which is a little sad.
Only if a starfish named Patrick lives under it.
Chris Christie seemed to think he did a good job.
He did a decent job. So did Bush.
I don't like to break out the 'lefty media' card, but this is one I can't ignore.
Patrick would take all our problems, and push them somewhere else!! #star2012
That;s 1,500 to 1,800 voters at the most.
Yeah, I didn't want to assume, but I figured you were joking.
You may be on to something...
Squidward knocking it out the park tonight
I really wish he would have pushed harder in Michigan. Used his fathers background as former governor of the state. State pride is worth a couple of % points.
Republican on MSNBC right now. #fullonwar
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