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aquart Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jan-31-08 05:11 PM
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8. All your votes are belong to Obama.
Anyone who votes against Obama is a traitor. The way to unite America is for everyone to worship Obama.

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  -Hillary's Florida margin was down to only 4 percent by election day voters. madfloridian  Jan-31-08 04:56 PM   #0 
  - she won in early votes, she won in late votes. Obama lost both.  Proud2BAmurkin   Jan-31-08 04:57 PM   #1 
  - Margin down to 4 percent by election day. Momentum for Obama.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:01 PM   #2 
  - Let's not deny  leftynyc   Jan-31-08 05:38 PM   #16 
  - I don't deny that at all.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:10 PM   #27 
  - Are we talking opinion polls or exit polls?  krkaufman   Feb-01-08 12:29 AM   #51 
     - Exit polls....a couple of quotes from the OP  madfloridian   Feb-01-08 12:34 AM   #52 
        - Gotcha. I just posted an updated rant regarding my chief gripe re: the Florida primary ...  krkaufman   Feb-01-08 02:04 AM   #56 
           - You made that point better than I did...about the timing.  madfloridian   Feb-01-08 11:12 AM   #59 
              - Yeah, the ploy seemed pretty transparent, to me, and so I was surprised ...  krkaufman   Feb-01-08 06:01 PM   #62 
                 - Just that one week would have let the delegates count.  madfloridian   Feb-01-08 08:40 PM   #63 
                    - It's demoralizing to know the truth on something ...  krkaufman   Feb-02-08 06:01 AM   #65 
  - This means that out of a shrinking group of people who still had not made a choice  Tom Rinaldo   Jan-31-08 06:15 PM   #31 
     - Also consider the following angle's effect on late voting in FLorida...  krkaufman   Feb-01-08 01:43 AM   #55 
        - VERY good point. She brought up the delegates just before primary.  madfloridian   Feb-01-08 11:03 AM   #58 
  - It was a beauty contest  ngant17   Jan-31-08 05:03 PM   #4 
  - imagine if Ann Coulter's endorsement (video) had come out sooner  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-01-08 12:05 AM   #49 
  - I thought Obama won the "late" votes ... except for election day.  krkaufman   Feb-01-08 12:28 AM   #50 
  - Absentee ballots might have gone in December but the huge numbers of early votes ...  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 05:02 PM   #3 
  - Please prove my subject line wrong.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:05 PM   #5 
     - I didn't say the subject. I said the first line.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 05:08 PM   #6 
        - "those early deciders and early voters made up fully 59 percent of Florida's Democratic electorate."  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:10 PM   #7 
           - Please. You changed the text after I posted.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 05:21 PM   #10 
           - I did not change the original first sentence. I further explained.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:26 PM   #12 
           - The ballots went out in December in Florida. Those early voters made up 59% of the total... WRONG  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 05:36 PM   #15 
              - I referred to when ballots went out.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:52 PM   #19 
                 - You're spinning. The error is trying to pretend Early Voters "had" their ballots in Dec.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 05:57 PM   #21 
                    - Do you have a link?  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:11 PM   #29 
  - All your votes are belong to Obama.  aquart   Jan-31-08 05:11 PM   #8 
  - I had no candidate until I marked my ballot. Some here need to stop talking points.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:11 PM   #9 
  - Obviously,  Ronnie   Jan-31-08 05:26 PM   #11 
  - Good point. Shows many were becoming impressed with Obama.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:28 PM   #13 
     - or it could show the obama voters all waited until the last minute nt  msongs   Jan-31-08 05:41 PM   #17 
     - I think early voting is a problem that way  WesDem   Jan-31-08 05:45 PM   #18 
     - Wrong, shows no such trend. Hillary's numbers rose on the last day.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:25 PM   #32 
        - Show me proof of that and I will apologize.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:31 PM   #36 
  - There is a misleading confusion of "early voting" and "early deciding" going on here  Tom Rinaldo   Jan-31-08 05:30 PM   #14 
  - Obama gained momentum as election day neared.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 05:54 PM   #20 
     - Amung the true undecided he did  Tom Rinaldo   Jan-31-08 06:06 PM   #24 
     - Early voters did not use absentee ballots. Absentee voters used absentee ballots.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:09 PM   #26 
        - I vote absentee, hubby votes early. Same ballot.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:12 PM   #30 
        - Early votes very much like absentee ballots  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-01-08 07:49 AM   #57 
  - wow, that's a virtual tie. Margin of error is usually about 3%.  ErnestoG   Jan-31-08 05:59 PM   #22 
  - Would you be interested in some Florida land I have for sale.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:03 PM   #23 
     - If you keep accusing me, you need to discredit the 4% margin  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:09 PM   #25 
     - Does it have any delegates on it?  ErnestoG   Jan-31-08 06:28 PM   #34 
  - I guess they loved the "Florida doesn't count - din't cover it" meme  robbedvoter   Jan-31-08 06:10 PM   #28 
  - From the comments at Huff Post.....a sensible statement and practical.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:26 PM   #33 
  - Swap gas. Full of errors. Early voters did not vote by absentee ballots  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:43 PM   #37 
     - I was an early voter BY absentee ballot.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 06:47 PM   #38 
        - If you voted by absentee ballot you had to apply for an absentee ballot and were ...  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:53 PM   #40 
           - You have not disproved the 4 percent margin. Obama gained as the day neared.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 08:59 PM   #43 
           - Hillary's margin got smaller and smaller as election day neared.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 10:10 PM   #48 
  - I overheard some salesclerks at the mall today griping about the votes they'd placed weeks ago..  K Gardner   Jan-31-08 06:31 PM   #35 
  - False. Millions are angry at Obama and Kerry for saying their votes don't count.  Maribelle   Jan-31-08 06:49 PM   #39 
     - I don't think you understand that Hillary's campaign will defy the party.  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 08:52 PM   #41 
        - Hillary never stated she'd defy the party, and I challenge you to prove it.  joshcryer   Feb-01-08 12:37 AM   #53 
           - Here it is in black and white.  madfloridian   Feb-01-08 01:08 AM   #54 
  - The thread title is a lie: She led by 4% among election day DECIDERS, not voters  bernicewilliams   Jan-31-08 08:55 PM   #42 
  - Why would they decide and not vote? And if they had voted, why decide that day?  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 09:08 PM   #44 
  - Let me try to explain  bernicewilliams   Jan-31-08 09:16 PM   #46 
  - The link I used said "according to the exit polls"  madfloridian   Jan-31-08 09:14 PM   #45 
     - Yeah, but even if it means they voted  bernicewilliams   Jan-31-08 09:19 PM   #47 
  - Other numbers:  robbedvoter   Feb-01-08 11:17 AM   #60 
  - thanks madfloridian...  stillcool47   Feb-01-08 11:18 AM   #61 
  - Isn't it common knowledge that Obama has more momentum than Hillary?  HughMoran   Feb-01-08 08:47 PM   #64 

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