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Senior citizen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-11-04 04:45 AM
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New Mexico had over 100% puke voter turnout.
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Bev just posted the New Mexico county stats.

Here are a few counties with the percent of puke voter turnout:

Cibola County 130.77%

Curry County 104.72%

Grant County 121.82%

Hidalgo County 158.50%

Lea County 108.29%

Quay County 144.78%

Rio Arriba County 178.64%

Roosevelt County 110.87%

San Miguel County 105.12%

Taos County 103.93%

Union County 149.59%

Valencia County 116.75%

Now I see why the pukes are telling us to quit whining and get over it. We simply didn't work hard enough. In no single county in America did Democrat turnout even equal 100%, while in Ohio and New Mexico (and when the results come in, probably in every other state as well!) puke turnout was well over 100%

We can't even turn out the voters we have, and they can turn out 50% to 2000% more voters than they have. Like Randi says, "It's a miracle!"

Waddya mean you don't believe in miracles? You one of those conspiracy nuts that thinks 150% puke voter turnout is indicative of election fraud? Get over it! We've simply got to work harder--particularly in appealing to those nonexistent voters who overwhelmingly voted puke.

Or something like that......

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