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Old 11-03-2009, 10:28 AM   #1
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I was pissed that my locality switched to electronic voting. When I asked an assistant how they'd do a recount vote, he told me they couldn't. This screams of fraud to me. Computers are easy to manipulate.

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Old 11-03-2009, 11:11 AM   #2
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I don't live in any of the voting states, but I'll be watching NY-23 closely. Not so much to see who's gonna win, (it should be Hoffman) but to see if it's close.
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Old 11-03-2009, 11:33 AM   #3
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My mom volunteers every year. I actually believe all the state and federal election laws mandate an ability to recount electronic votes. That said, as everyone knows, computers can be hacked I believe that they could be manipulated far too easily. My question is who wants to pay all that money, when you can just have the media carry out whatever you say is true.
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Old 11-03-2009, 11:36 AM   #4
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Go ahead and post them here.

I was pissed that my locality switched to electronic voting. When I asked an assistant how they'd do a recount vote, he told me they couldn't. This screams of fraud to me. Computers are easy to manipulate.

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Maybe McDonnell wins by such a large margin we have no need for a recount What is the Future of the Estate Tax?.
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Old 11-03-2009, 12:40 PM   #5
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:09 PM   #6
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Off to vote. I don't know if it's electronic, paper or what but I need these people to stop calling me and hanging crap on my door.
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:21 PM   #7
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When does Virginia get one of those cool referendums on Medical Weed? "Doctor, watching another season of poor Redskins football I have developed pain in my eyes and my head, what do you suggest?"

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Old 11-03-2009, 04:22 PM   #8
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When does Virginia get one of those cool referendums on Medical Weed? "Doctor, watching another season of poor Redskins football I have developed pain in my eyes and my head, what do you suggest?"

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That would be awesome! But being a "Commonwealth State" don't hold your breath. I still don't know what that exactly means either even after one of my professors talking about it for a week. I think I might have dozed off.
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I forgot to get my absentee ballot request in on time, ugh.
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Old 11-04-2009, 10:33 AM   #10
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NJ and VA finally waking up.
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Nancy Pelosi is waking up to an additional caucus member from NY.
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I wont come back to the Republican Party until the vocal leaders like Limbaugh and Beck are silenced or somehow the party distances themselves. A Hypocrite drug addict and a guy who literally crys on TV...pathetic. Beck is really got to go. What happened to the John Warners, Dolyes, Reagans of this party...Cantor does give me hope...but dont look for my vote until I start seeing actions and actual ideas instead of constant complaining and whinning. All I got for leadership is Palin? horrible, Bush Vol 2 was worse than his father...No leadership has killed the conservative movement, used to be the best organized and could communicate their message much better than the Dems.
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I wont come back to the Republican Party until the vocal leaders like Limbaugh and Beck are silenced or somehow the party distances themselves. A Hypocrite drug addict and a guy who literally crys on TV...pathetic. Beck is really got to go. What happened to the John Warners, Dolyes, Reagans of this party...Cantor does give me hope...but dont look for my vote until I start seeing actions and actual ideas instead of constant complaining and whinning. All I got for leadership is Palin? horrible, Bush Vol 2 was worse than his father...No leadership has killed the conservative movement, used to be the best organized and could communicate their message much better than the Dems.
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Congrats to the Repubs. I was so indifferent about this race. I think overall this shows that the people arent too happy with Obama and Dems.

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I wont come back to the Republican Party until the vocal leaders like Limbaugh and Beck are silenced or somehow the party distances themselves. A Hypocrite drug addict and a guy who literally crys on TV...pathetic. Beck is really got to go. What happened to the John Warners, Dolyes, Reagans of this party...Cantor does give me hope...but dont look for my vote until I start seeing actions and actual ideas instead of constant complaining and whinning. All I got for leadership is Palin? horrible, Bush Vol 2 was worse than his father...No leadership has killed the conservative movement, used to be the best organized and could communicate their message much better than the Dems.

Don't worry. If you like John McCain, John Warner, and Eric Cantor, there is a place for you. It's called the Democrat Party. They have a socially conservative / socialist economic wing to their party. You might find some friends there.

I'm not trying to be cute either. There's no use in having all of your eggs in one basket. I'd vote for an independent or a libertarian if there was one worth voting for. If you want a socially liberal / fiscally conservative candidate, be a libertarian.

The Republicans are who they are.
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