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John Kerry and his wife were in Ohio on Saturday, Sylvania, Toledo, and Perrysburg.  They left Sunday morning, to meet up with President Clinton.  We had a reception for them Saturday night, and we had an awesome time.  
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Dems don't even bother to campaign in Texas, they don't try either lol.

Your vote probably won't matter.
Mine didn't either

I vote for other reasons, plus there are other very important offices on the ballot.
And it's always counted in the popular vote...yes meaningless I know

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Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:

Originally posted by SensitiveSwag SensitiveSwag wrote:

It makes no sense for me to vote, Texas is a racists state and Romney's gonna win in this gay a$$ state.


It is your right whether to vote or not.  I am not trying to be rude, but your logic is flawed.  Every vote count!!  What if all of us decide not to vote, because we believe that Romney is going to win?  If President Obama lose, all of us who voted can at least say that we tried. 

President Obama is going to win!  OBAMA/BIDEN 2012


Trust me, I see so many cars with Romney stickers on the back. They got racist pastors at churches persuading these slow black folks out here to vote for Romney, I ain't gonna say no names.

But I believe they count it by state and not each person so in other words the state of Texas = 70% bigotry, 20% uncle tom blacks and 10% intelligent African-Americans, my vote fits into the 10% that won't win.
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Originally posted by SensitiveSwag SensitiveSwag wrote:

Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:

Originally posted by SensitiveSwag SensitiveSwag wrote:

It makes no sense for me to vote, Texas is a racists state and Romney's gonna win in this gay a$$ state.


It is your right whether to vote or not.  I am not trying to be rude, but your logic is flawed.  Every vote count!!  What if all of us decide not to vote, because we believe that Romney is going to win?  If President Obama lose, all of us who voted can at least say that we tried. 

President Obama is going to win!  OBAMA/BIDEN 2012


Trust me, I see so many cars with Romney stickers on the back. They got racist pastors at churches persuading these slow black folks out here to vote for Romney, I ain't gonna say no names.

But I believe they count it by state and not each person so in other words the state of Texas = 70% bigotry, 20% uncle tom blacks and 10% intelligent African-Americans, my vote fits into the 10% that won't win.


I trust you I know how it is in Texas  Big smile.  I have relatives there, I was in Texas for two weeks in July.  Hang in there, I know about some pastors telling their congregations to vote for Romney.  Hang in there, you are okay in my book Thumbs Up
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Pastors are saying vote for a mormon, interesting

Anyways ... fight the power and cast your vote in protest ... just do your part that's the best you can do
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If you are in California, please vote YES on 37.Huge amounts of money has been going to defeat this measure which would put labels upon all GMOs (genetically modified organisms), from Monsanto and others. Who have been fighting this tooth and nail. If they're so good, why wouldn't they want labels to direct people to their product? None of the ads mention Monsanto or GMOs or the fact that a very recent study showed lab mic blowing up to twice their size with cancerous growths. Or that most of the world has kicked Monsanto OUT. Thank you.

Edit: And be careful...Hershey's is working against Prop 37. Perhaps they use high-fructose corn sweetener from GMO corn?

I should have also qualified: those with "concern" will be immediately put on Ignore. Thank you for your concern.

Via Chuck Cirino:

YES on Proposition 37 - We have a right to know what's in our food. The donors below are the OPPONENTS to Proposition 37 and listed is how much money they've spent on trying to kill it. This list alone should make up your mind on how to vote. YES.

Monsanto - $7,100,500
DuPont - $4,900,000
Pepsi - $2,145,400
Bayer - $2,000,000
Dow - $2,000,000
BASF - $2,000,000
Syngenta - $2,000,000
Kraft Foods -
$1,950,000
Coca-Cola - $1,455,500
Nestle - $1,315,600
General Mills - $1,135,000
ConAgra - $1,077,000
Kellogg’s - $790,000
Smithfield - $684,000

Links for your examination:

http://www.bing.com/search?q=monsanto+cancer+mice&form=MOZSBR&pc=MOZI
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Voters in Youngstown "bring their souls to the polls".

This is John Kasich and Mitt Romney's worst nightmare. The attempt to stifle early voting in Ohio has brought even more out to vote today as dozens of mostly African Americans "brought their souls to the polls" after church today.

It was on my local news today, but unfortunately the video isn't available yet. Instead there's this article:



Dozens of people were patiently waiting outside of the Mahoning County Board of Elections in Youngstown, ready to do vote early in this election.

"I tell you what, to look at this early voting I'm like wow, this is great," said NFL Hall of Famer Franco Harris. "So, I'm hoping that more states would get it, I mean I'm thinking why doesn't Pennsylvania have it?"

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"It's almost like the 60's you know, coming together and just being able to pray," said Pastor Dwayne Heard of the Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church on the East Side of Youngstown. "The power of our communities are our churches, there is power in the church, more than just Sunday morning power!"

Even if they'd already cast their ballots, some people came just to sing and pray, bringing their souls to the polls.


"This country should want every person to participate and so that's what we're about," Reverend Simon added. "It's not about who you vote for, it's about having the right that people fought for, suffered for, bled and died for, to vote."


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http://www.wkbn.com/content/news/local/story/Voters-Bring-Their-Souls-to-the-Polls/9HEQVUTsC0OkkhKf2OAFiA.cspx
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Neil Diamond Working the Phones for Obama



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Working the phones for Obama... If I call you, don't hang up. It's really me and I need you. #OFACulver pic.twitter.com/e7oquoid
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Letter to a Non-Voter ...from Michael Moore

Sunday, November 4th, 2012

To my friend who is not voting on Tuesday:



I get it – and I don't blame you. You're fed up and you could care less whether Tweedledee or Tweedledumber wins on Tuesday – because on Wednesday, your life will be the same, unchanged, regardless who is president. Your mortgage will still be underwater. You will still owe $50,000 on your student loan. Your son will still be in Afghanistan. Your daughter will still be working two jobs to make ends meet. And gas will still be at $4.



Four years ago you gave in and voted – and you voted for Obama. You wanted to believe he would go after the Wall Street crooks who crashed the economy – but instead the banks that were "too big to fail" four years ago are now even bigger and more dangerous. You thought there'd be universal health care – but the new law only went so far (with most of it not taking effect until 2014). You were tired of war and homeland security measures that violated our civil liberties – but we're still in Afghanistan, we're sending in drones to Pakistan and basic constitutional rights to privacy and a fair trial have been ignored. And you thought you'd have a middle-class, good-paying job like your dad had – but you didn't know that Goldman Sachs was Obama's #1 private campaign donor in 2008, and well, he was beholden to corporate America in more ways we cared to think about. 



So, I get it why you've had it with all these politicians and elections. In the end, it doesn't really seem to be our country any more. It's run by those who can buy the most politicians to do their bidding. Our schools are made a low priority and women are still having to fight for just the basic human rights we thought they already had.



So, it's hard for me to ask you for this very personal favor. It's OK if you say "no," but I'm hoping you don't.



I cannot believe it is possible that, after a group of rich plutocrats wrecked the economy, threw people out of work and stole our future, we may actually hand the keys to our country over to...a rich Republican plutocrat who made millions by throwing people out of work! This is insane, and despite all the legitimate criticisms of Obama, he is nothing like the tsunami of hate and corporate thievery that will take place if Mitt Romney is president. As bad as it feels now, it will only get worse. I need your help to stop this.



I can't promise you that your life will get better, easier under Barack Obama. I do think he cares and I know for sure that if the other guy is sitting in the Oval Office, I can guarantee you that not only will your life not get better, it will get much, much worse. Don't take my word for it. Just ask your parents what life was like before a 30-year pillage by the Republicans of the middle class. Your parents bought a house and eventually owned it outright. They weren't in debt. College was free. They bought a new car every 3 or 4 years. They took vacations and were home for dinner by 5 or 6 PM. They had a savings account in the bank. They didn't live in fear of not knowing if they'd even have a job next year. 



That's all gone. I don't know if we can get it back, but I do know that Mr. Romney would love the chance to complete the final elimination of the middle class and the American Dream. 



He must be stopped. Take 20 minutes on Tuesday and go vote. If you don't want to do it for your country, then do it for me! It's the only favor I'll ever ask of you.



Thanks for taking the time to read this. I know that you care, and care deeply, about your future and your kids' future. You have every right to be cynical about all this. And you hold the power to stop the bastards who plan on squeezing every last dime out of you that they can. Take a stand. And make a statement to those who are hoping against hope that you'll stay home on Tuesday. Your presence at the polls is what they fear most.



Go scare the s**t out of them! For me.

Yours,
Michael Moore
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Obama's win probability peaked at 87% on 10/4, last day before polls reflected Denver debate. Fell to 61% on 10/12. Now fully recovered.


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Obama becoming a heavier favorite, in 538's view. Now 86% to win Electoral College. fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com
5 Nov 12


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Obama unlikely to win by anything like his post-DNC margins. But Romney has no momentum, Obama's state polling is robust, and time is up.
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