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  1. Captain Obvious says:

    I see Romney is embracing bipartisanship in the last days of his campaign. He’s been everything else in this campaign, so why not a Democrat as well.

    • Dallas says:

      Rumor has it that he’s outing one of his sons and performing an abortion in his basement.

    • MikeN says:

      Are liberals trying to explain away a Romney victory already?

  2. Supreme Ultrahuman (I see the comment system is still designed for retards.) says:

    I’ve stopped worrying about the election. It’s really quite simple: If Romney wins, things will continue to suck for quite a while. If Obama wins, the human race will have proven itself unworthy of continued existence, so nothing will matter.

    Simple and stress free.

    • mharry860 says:


    • bobbo, one true Liberal recognizing Obama is a Moderate Conservative by any party not captured by the Wing Nut American Talibans says:

      In FACT: just the opposite. Things will suck and even get worse under Obama BECAUSE the worlds economies are equalizing and USA thinks of any change as a turn towards socialisim WHILE if Rmoney wins there will be continued wealth transfer to the already RICH with increased assaults on the socil safety net.

      Rmoney’s big move could be to keep Obamacare while doing tax cuts. See Above.

      Obamas big move could be…….. can’t say as he hasn’t said what he wants to do. That is troubling. A second stimulus would be big, but not new.

      Yes, reality is a bitch. I don’t like it either.

  3. MikeN says:

    Hope yall got your money in on Obama at InTrade. 55% in a week is a good deal. If you haven’t, you probably have an hour left to do a wire transfer.

  4. MikeN says:

    So has Greg Palast written the stories of Republican vote fraud yet?

  5. MikeN says:

    RealClearPolitics shows Obama with a .3% lead in Virginia. If the polls are so accurate, why isn’t Obama campaigning there?

    • bobbo, one true Liberal recognizing Obama is too far Right says:

      The reality and chances of Obama far exceed the ruin that Rmoney has promised.

      Kinda a push at the worst don’t ya think?

  6. MikeN says:

    Below are various tips from myself or others where noted:

    Beware false stories of unprecedented lines at some precincts and desolate lines at other precincts. They may well all be true but voting patterns shift every election and getting too despondent or overjoyed based on random and possibly inaccurate anecdotes will make you crazy. Both sides have quite possibly the strongest ground games in election history so anything is possible on election day. Let it play out.
    Ignore the “too close to call” game. If the media doesn’t have enough precincts reporting in a Republican state they will say the race is “too close to call.” If they don’t have enough precincts reporting in a Democrat state they will say the polls just closed so it’s too early to say anything. They do this EVERY election.
    I put this on my Facebook page election night 4 years ago and have left it there. It’s as true today as it was then and is a good thing to remember no matter the outcome. “A prophet is the one who, when everyone else
    despairs, hopes. And when everyone else hopes, he despairs. You’ll ask me why. It’s because he has mastered the Great Secret: that the Wheel turns.”

    From battleground watch

  7. jim g says:

    “Two men enter, One man leaves”…
    thought this was appropriate tonite