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Ted

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Oct 31, 2012
 

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Flood Victim wrote:
<quoted text>I'm surprised Mutt aint up in New Jersey asking the flood victims about a 50K a plate fund raiser, " I dont care about the poor, they have a safety net" - Mitt Romney
HAAAAAAAA!!!!
LOL. Responding to your own posts again?
RodBaileyofWestM ifflin

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#40738
Oct 31, 2012
 
Obama SEX SCANDAL TO HIT CAMPAIGN... DEVELOPING...
RodBaileyofWestM ifflin

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#40739
Oct 31, 2012
 
The democrats are already up to their usual fraud.

Voting machine swaps Obama for Romney

MARION — Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she noticed a problem.

Upon selecting “Mitt Romney” on the electronic touch screen, Barack Obama’s name lit up.

It took Stevens three tries before her selection was accurately recorded.

“You want to vote for who you want to vote for, and when you can’t it’s irritating,” Stevens said.

Stevens said she alerted Jackie Smith, a board of elections member who was present. Smith declined to comment, but Stevens says she mentioned that the machine had been having problems all day.

Stevens also reported the issue to Sophia Rogers, the director of the board of elections for Marion County.

Rogers said the machine worked fine when she and others tried voting on it. No one else had reported problems with the voting machines malfunctioning.

Rogers suggested the issue may have been caused by not hitting the button directly or tapping with more than one finger. Stevens was aware the machine had to be operated a certain way.

“I know how to do the voting,” Stevens said.

Despite no problems with that particular machine, Rogers decided to take all precautions. She contacted the vendor and had them inspect the device.

“Because of her issue, we had that machine recalibrated,” Rogers said.“I am certain the equipment works properly.”

Rogers said that those still skeptic about using the electronic stations have the option of filling out a paper ballot, even voting from home and mailing via absentee ballot.

Voting in-person is open daily to all voters at 222 West Center Street through Election Day on November 6. All qualified Ohio voters can also submit an absentee ballot by filling out a form found at the Marion elections website at marionelections.com
RodBailey-WestMi fflin

Clearfield, PA

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#40740
Oct 31, 2012
 
FLORIDA. In the Sunshine State, registered Republicans have cast 61,000 more votes than Democrats, said Chris Cate, spokesman for the Florida secretary of State.

NORTH CAROLINA. Early voting was crucial to Obama's 2008 victory in the Tar Heel state, which he carried by just 14,177 votes against a cash-strapped John McCain.

This year, the number of early voters has surged past 2008 levels, but Democrats account for a smaller share of that voting: 53% of ballots cast through Wednesday came from Democrats compared with 57% four years ago, according to data tallied by Michael Bitzer, a political scientist at Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. Republicans account for nearly 28% of early votes, up from 26% at the same point in the 2008 election.
RodBailey-WestMi fflin

Clearfield, PA

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#40741
Oct 31, 2012
 
Early voting in Ohio has taken a turn with Romney leading Obama.
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#40742
Oct 31, 2012
 
Obama planning to offer free ripple and colt 45 in exchange for your vote. Large orgy and pot party if Obama wins. Special invitation to bobby6464 and mutt vs mitt.
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#40743
Oct 31, 2012
 
Breaking news: mutt vs mitt offers free BJ's if you cast your vote for Obama. All welcome.
Dave Rogers

Homestead, PA

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#40744
Oct 31, 2012
 
RodBaileyofWestMifflin wrote:
Obama SEX SCANDAL TO HIT CAMPAIGN... DEVELOPING...
I agree he's gonna F$#K Romney out of the Presidency!
LOLOLOLOLOL!
HAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!
gshoes

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#40745
Oct 31, 2012
 
RodBailey-WestMifflin wrote:
Breaking news: mutt vs mitt offers free BJ's if you cast your vote for Obama. All welcome.
You seem to like the guys
Dave Rogers

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#40746
Oct 31, 2012
 
RodBailey-WestMifflin wrote:
Early voting in Ohio has taken a turn with Romney leading Obama.
LIE
Dave Rogers

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#40747
Oct 31, 2012
 
RodBaileyofWestMifflin wrote:
The democrats are already up to their usual fraud.
Voting machine swaps Obama for Romney
MARION — Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she noticed a problem.
Upon selecting “Mitt Romney” on the electronic touch screen, Barack Obama’s name lit up.
It took Stevens three tries before her selection was accurately recorded.
“You want to vote for who you want to vote for, and when you can’t it’s irritating,” Stevens said.
Stevens said she alerted Jackie Smith, a board of elections member who was present. Smith declined to comment, but Stevens says she mentioned that the machine had been having problems all day.
Stevens also reported the issue to Sophia Rogers, the director of the board of elections for Marion County.
Rogers said the machine worked fine when she and others tried voting on it. No one else had reported problems with the voting machines malfunctioning.
Rogers suggested the issue may have been caused by not hitting the button directly or tapping with more than one finger. Stevens was aware the machine had to be operated a certain way.
“I know how to do the voting,” Stevens said.
Despite no problems with that particular machine, Rogers decided to take all precautions. She contacted the vendor and had them inspect the device.
“Because of her issue, we had that machine recalibrated,” Rogers said.“I am certain the equipment works properly.”
Rogers said that those still skeptic about using the electronic stations have the option of filling out a paper ballot, even voting from home and mailing via absentee ballot.
Voting in-person is open daily to all voters at 222 West Center Street through Election Day on November 6. All qualified Ohio voters can also submit an absentee ballot by filling out a form found at the Marion elections website at marionelections.com
LIE
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#40748
Oct 31, 2012
 
RodBailey-WestMifflin wrote:
FLORIDA. In the Sunshine State, registered Republicans have cast 61,000 more votes than Democrats, said Chris Cate, spokesman for the Florida secretary of State.
NORTH CAROLINA. Early voting was crucial to Obama's 2008 victory in the Tar Heel state, which he carried by just 14,177 votes against a cash-strapped John McCain.
This year, the number of early voters has surged past 2008 levels, but Democrats account for a smaller share of that voting: 53% of ballots cast through Wednesday came from Democrats compared with 57% four years ago, according to data tallied by Michael Bitzer, a political scientist at Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. Republicans account for nearly 28% of early votes, up from 26% at the same point in the 2008 election.
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#40749
Oct 31, 2012
 
Dave when your man has failed all around you cant turn it around. Mutt is toast you know it he knows it the voters know it,,,,,,,just keep harping about obama for the next 4 years,,,,,,,,,,that black guy is gonna be your leader for naother 4 years..........LOLLOLOLOLOLOLO L HAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!

Hope for Palin in 2016!!!!!
LMAO!
Dave Rogers

Homestead, PA

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#40750
Oct 31, 2012
 
The GOP has again picked another loser.......like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic..........
it's going down no matter who they picked ........bad choices all around..........
HAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
Fess up Davey boy..........get your free obamaphone and welfare cheese while the getting is good!~!
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!

THE CLEAR CHOICE
OBAMA 2012 !!!!!
YEAHHHHHHHHHHH BABYYYYYY!!!!!!!!
Dave Rogers

Homestead, PA

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#40751
Oct 31, 2012
 
Im just glad that a BIG storm such as hurricane Sandy..... Romney decides we dont need FEMA........ You mean all these homeless people that their homes were flooded dont need a gov't handout....?????
Romney says too many people asking for a handout already we cant afford to take of these people!!!
Let them eat cake !!!!!!!!!!
Dave Rogers

Homestead, PA

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#40752
Oct 31, 2012
 
gshoes wrote:
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You seem to like the guys
Dave Rogers is gay he just cant find the doorknob to open the closet.
he's been in the dark for a long long time.
It's OK Dave hope you find a good fudge packing guy to be your love mate
HAAAAAAAAA

You see Davey wants Mutt to win. but he wont.......he prays everynight, he hopes every night, he talks to his stuffed teddy bear on his pillow ..........hoping, praying,wishing,dreaming, dont blame Obama blame the GOP for picking a loser in Mutt.......LMAO!
Watch the clock

Homestead, PA

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Oct 31, 2012
 
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TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR THE MUTT
Mitt vs Mutt

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#40754
Oct 31, 2012
 
Anyone who thinks that politics is not topic A at the White House right now probably also believes children's milk teeth put under their pillows are replaced with cash by the tooth fairy riding a pink unicorn. The trick is to be political but not make it look political. Obama can go to inspect storm damage and act like he is coordinating relief efforts. Even going to noncompetitive states, like New Jersey, and saying things like: "I want to repeat my message to the federal government: No bureaucracy, no red tape. Get resources where they're needed as fast as possible" makes him look decisive and presidential. Also, every trip he makes to some hard-hit area is major news and will be on every television set in America--for free. Romney doesn't get equal time and don't you think Obama is not aware of this and will milk it for all it is worth.

Obama can also thank FEMA people for working 24/7 to provide relief and let the media report that Romney wants to abolish it. In Ohio, Romney was peppered by reporters with 14 questions about his statement earlier this year about abolishing FEMA. He refused to answer. When independent voters see Obama working with FEMA to help people get on with their lives and then hear that Romney wants to abolish the agency, it can't be helpful to Romney.

So far, federal officials have gotten good marks for their relief efforts. Even Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), a Romney surrogate, has said: "The president has been outstanding in this." Obama and Christie will travel together to inspect the storm-damaged New Jersey shore today. Why are they working together? For Obama, this is an implicit appeal to those voters who see bipartisanship as the holy grail of politics. For Christie, hanging out with the President gives him some national publicity, which people may vaguely remember in 2016 if Obama wins and Christie runs for President in 2016.
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Oct 31, 2012
 
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Anyone who thinks that politics is not topic A at the White House right now probably also believes children's milk teeth put under their pillows are replaced with cash by the tooth fairy riding a pink unicorn. The trick is to be political but not make it look political. Obama can go to inspect storm damage and act like he is coordinating relief efforts. Even going to noncompetitive states, like New Jersey, and saying things like: "I want to repeat my message to the federal government: No bureaucracy, no red tape. Get resources where they're needed as fast as possible" makes him look decisive and presidential. Also, every trip he makes to some hard-hit area is major news and will be on every television set in America--for free. Romney doesn't get equal time and don't you think Obama is not aware of this and will milk it for all it is worth.
Obama can also thank FEMA people for working 24/7 to provide relief and let the media report that Romney wants to abolish it. In Ohio, Romney was peppered by reporters with 14 questions about his statement earlier this year about abolishing FEMA. He refused to answer. When independent voters see Obama working with FEMA to help people get on with their lives and then hear that Romney wants to abolish the agency, it can't be helpful to Romney.
So far, federal officials have gotten good marks for their relief efforts. Even Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), a Romney surrogate, has said: "The president has been outstanding in this." Obama and Christie will travel together to inspect the storm-damaged New Jersey shore today. Why are they working together? For Obama, this is an implicit appeal to those voters who see bipartisanship as the holy grail of politics. For Christie, hanging out with the President gives him some national publicity, which people may vaguely remember in 2016 if Obama wins and Christie runs for President in 2016.
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An obummer drone conga line is a voting orgy consisting of several naked democrat drone males, where the kicking motion is substituted with a penile thrust into the rec-tum of the democrat drone in front of him.

democrat drone females can join in too, but require a strap-on di-ldo.

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#40756
Oct 31, 2012
 
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Anyone who thinks that politics is not topic A at the White House right now probably also believes children's milk teeth put under their pillows are replaced with cash by the tooth fairy riding a pink unicorn. The trick is to be political but not make it look political. Obama can go to inspect storm damage and act like he is coordinating relief efforts. Even going to noncompetitive states, like New Jersey, and saying things like: "I want to repeat my message to the federal government: No bureaucracy, no red tape. Get resources where they're needed as fast as possible" makes him look decisive and presidential. Also, every trip he makes to some hard-hit area is major news and will be on every television set in America--for free. Romney doesn't get equal time and don't you think Obama is not aware of this and will milk it for all it is worth.
Obama can also thank FEMA people for working 24/7 to provide relief and let the media report that Romney wants to abolish it. In Ohio, Romney was peppered by reporters with 14 questions about his statement earlier this year about abolishing FEMA. He refused to answer. When independent voters see Obama working with FEMA to help people get on with their lives and then hear that Romney wants to abolish the agency, it can't be helpful to Romney.
So far, federal officials have gotten good marks for their relief efforts. Even Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), a Romney surrogate, has said: "The president has been outstanding in this." Obama and Christie will travel together to inspect the storm-damaged New Jersey shore today. Why are they working together? For Obama, this is an implicit appeal to those voters who see bipartisanship as the holy grail of politics. For Christie, hanging out with the President gives him some national publicity, which people may vaguely remember in 2016 if Obama wins and Christie runs for President in 2016.
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