YES! – Super PACs & voter suppression have locked it up for Romney.
38%
NO! – Obama needs a big enough margin so the election can't be stolen.
62%

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maggieV's picture
maggieV 4 years 43 weeks ago

where's the "I hope not" option?

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Berry 4 years 43 weeks ago

So it seems like anyone who climbs to the top of the ladder, people come out and vote for them. It does not matter how they got there or who and what is said. Its like a one win circus that came to town, We see them all the time, (TV, because, You are told so by Authority Umm . Authority of what? Berry just don't understand power with ignorance, ignorance with power all at the same time. "They must go together, they do They do ~~ (Masochism, Sadism do they go together ? How did that get in there? ?

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Rboisvert7 4 years 43 weeks ago

Vote for Jill Stein of the Green Party for President.

http://www.jillstein.org/

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jazzyjoy 4 years 43 weeks ago

I live in Ohio and refuse to focus on loss. I believe we can win and save our democracy.

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jamvaru 4 years 43 weeks ago

Are the American people stupid enough to elect Romney? Probably...

any 3rd party vote is a vote for Romney

better a fake democrat than a real republican

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washnwmn 4 years 43 weeks ago

1. Not all disinfranchised voters are democrats, because not all republicans are wealthy, young etc. and voter suppresion laws will also effect their numbers and independents. 2. Not all states are getting hit with pack ads. I have not seen 1 yet here in Washington state. 3. Those states with the voter issues need a grassroots push to get as many voters' ID's as they can and help them get to the polls. 4. I really think the people are sick of corporate politics, and the best way to do something about it, is to keep a lame duck president with nothing to lose by going after the banksters and corporations. That may be what the GOP is most worried about.

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Highland Harry 4 years 43 weeks ago

Being old school left (SDS) I will vote for the President. However. I prefer to do my voting in the streets. If you know what I mean. Power to the People!!!!

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