“Don't forget that it's probable that Kerry DID win the election in 2004. Like the JFK killing, we may never know the truth. This is what scares me about next Tuesday. Even if Obama wins, will it show? Republicans are better than Democrats at dirty tricks.”
steelman48 on Nov 2, 2012 at 00:33:16
“Seriously? you guys round up dead people, homeless, anyone you can find. give them a little wine, cigarettes, a couple bucks.”
jjmn on Nov 2, 2012 at 00:26:32
“REALLY TRUE. The UN is sending people in from other countries to watch our election to make sure it is fair and legal.”
Morpheus Flux on Nov 2, 2012 at 00:16:04
“I live in Ohio and I can tell you that Kerry did win, but there was a republican here at the time named Ken Blackwell that made sure the election was rigged.”
Deb Jesser on Nov 2, 2012 at 00:13:06
“Have you read Steven Freeman's book? An MIT Phd professor of statistics, and a Republican as well, he goes into great detail in explaining how the different between the exit polling and the number of votes actually reported having happened by chance was one in several million.”
“I find it amazing that this idiotic judge, Jerry Smith, used the word "Obamacare" in his statement to the DOJ lawyer. The correct term is the "Affordable Care Act," which was signed into law two years ago.
In any case, it seems Obama, as an election year strategy, is using it himself ("My name is Obama and I do care, in fact"), so the judge may regret his stupid right-wing posturing before long. Canada feels very divided these days, but sadly, it feels like the USA has been so for about 20 years, with no signs of it letting up.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 18:04:28
“Baird is a useless putz, and has no opinions of his own. He does as he's told.
What the world needs to know is that while the Government might act one way,
the Canadian PEOPLE overwhelmingly stand with the Palestinians regarding
the symbolic but meaningful UN vote.
This is much like the Iraq War (2003 version), where Blair stood with Bush/Cheney,
to the disgust of Britons.”
“Nice piece. Just a few corrections: It's Art Blakey, not "Blakely," and the album with Coltrane is simply called "John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman," not "Lush Life," which is however a track on the record.