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my.voice
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my.voice 10/08/12 - 05:35 am
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Anyone who thinks Romney is

Anyone who thinks Romney is going to winin November, you're sadly mistaken. The United States of America is no more. The next four years will be a bare knuckle attack on our freedom. Why? Because people don't really care. If they cared, the masses would get out and vote, but alas, they do not. Mr Obama will have four more years.

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mikesaul 10/10/12 - 07:09 am
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His chances are not great.

His chances are not great. Thanks to the "47%" who simply don't want to lose any of their entitlements (and NO, that doesn't mean I believe none of the "47%" deserve their entitlements, just that they don't want to lose them!), as well that part of the 53%'ers who have and will vote based on popularity and what Hollywood promotes rather than anything else, Democrats have secured a lock on much of the federal electorate. And, yes, there are those who, regardless of their social or economic status, will, just as there are those that won't, vote for the President based solely on his ethnicity...!

It is a sad state when elections are governed by the fact that now more than 50% have no financial investment in the decision. Oh, and let's consider something about the "53%"... There is a part of that group that, although they technically pay some federal income taxes, their actual tax payments end up being offset by other monies they receive from the government...

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