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rosesaylavee Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-04-11 02:40 PM
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90. Am curious but know there is no way possible to find out
Edited on Mon Apr-04-11 02:41 PM by rosesaylavee
as to what the ratio is for those who truly don't get it and those who are here on DU and elsewhere to spread mis-info around. AS we do know and have seen evidence of paid disruptors of that sort for years now.

I just make a point whenever I see one of these OPs to state what I think is a good path to follow and for those who are truly confused and not sure what they will do or how they vote, that they will take a moment to think it thru. Elections have consequences and I don't think that many who didn't vote in November 2010 have made that not too difficult leap from their not voting to the state troubles in Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida and elsewhere. Republicans in power at any level is not acceptable at this point. And a non-vote, or a sitting out has cost lives. Simply put. It costs lives.

I think it's fairly obvious that we all need to vote for the democratic candidate as that is the only way to keep the Republicans in check. It's not a scenario that I personally like, or think it's the best, or prefer... it's just the reality as I see it.
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