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John Q. Citizen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-02-09 10:12 AM
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2. I would agree with the exception of the anti-choice movement which has some real
grass roots involvement.

just no where near as much as the pro choice movement.


In 2004 I was volunteer poll watching for the Dems and the woman doing the same for the Repos wasn't even a Repo. She was doing what her boss wanted her to do and was being paid the same as if she had gone to work instead of working at the polls.

i was kidding her telling her she should just mark down all her names as "voted."

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