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Old 01-18-2008, 07:27 AM   #21
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McCain, Obama
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Old 01-19-2008, 03:04 PM   #22
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Remember

the GOP establishment does not want McCain

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Voting machines malfunction in South Carolina

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The McCain campaign is calling on its supporters to make sure their votes are counted.

CONWAY, South Carolina (CNN) – Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign called on supporters in South Carolina Saturday to make sure that their votes are counted, as voting machines in an eastern county malfunctioned on primary day.

"We have received reports from Horry County that voters are being turned away from the polls, because electronic voting machines are not working and paper ballots are not available,” Buzz Jacobs, McCain’s South Carolina state director, said in a statement. “Some voters say they are being instructed to return at a later time. We are disturbed by these reports and hope that this issue is resolved immediately. We encourage voters to exercise their constitutional right to vote."
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the GOP establishment does not want McCain



and they *do* want to run against hillary.

but we all know that Diebold doesn't lie.
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I actually think they would much rather prefer Obama

but, there is only so much they can do.
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I'd prefer going against Hillary, personally.
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I vote Libertarian, but I'm not sure if I will vote for Ron Paul or Fred Thompson Saturday.
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Old 01-19-2008, 04:13 PM   #27
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I'd prefer going against Hillary, personally.
You are a young person

and you see first hand the very good support he has with young people.


Unfortunately the young vote does not have that much impact.
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McCain just declared the winner!
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I saw that. When is the Democratic primary?
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I think it's the 26th
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:29 AM   #31
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I think there's no question Obama wins. RCP has him up by 12 points.
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there's no question Obama wins.

then what?

will Obama win a couple more Red states
that will surely go GOP in November?
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Everybody's excited about this election, but everybody has to vote,

I need you not only to vote, I need you to grab Cousin Pookie to vote; I need you to get Ray Ray to vote.
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Ray Ray isn't registered...
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does it matter?

can't he do a provisional ballot?


did it matter in Iowa?
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then what?

will Obama win a couple more Red states
that will surely go GOP in November?
Very good point.
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The South Carolina Chapter of the NAACP also said they will be closely monitoring the election process today to ensure there are no voting irregularities involved. Today, the largest contingent of African-American voters are expected to head to the polls to cast their vote.

Also, voters are being reminded to bring one of three forms of identification in order to vote.
Voters must have either a registration card,
driver's license
or picture identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

good idea ?

We don't want fraud voters

there was a time when States had the right to maintain the integrity of the vote

they had "literacy tests"
to insure that voters knew who and what they were voting for.

and a small "poll tax" just a couple of bucks, to insure that people took voting seriously
everybody had to pay it, so it was fair.
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CNN projects Obama wins South Carolina Democratic primary

Posted: 06:59 PM ET

Filed under: South Carolina

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(CNN) — The drama of the past few days seems to have benefited just one candidate: Barack Obama.

More voters who made their decision anytime in the past month – including those who did not pick a candidate until Election Day — voted for Obama than the combined total of those who went for Hillary Clinton and John Edwards.

are the polls even closed?
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here is the link
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are the polls even closed?
They called it immediately.
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