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crazy homeless guy Donating Member (35 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-09-08 03:22 AM
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22. is clinton a preffered oponent for the republicans?
hmmm. clinton was trailing, then she finished ahead. the exit polls predicted otherwise. the exit polls were never this far off before diebold became so heavily involved in the game. it is just like the elections of 2004. so what am i saying... i personally think hillary poses both, a candidate that is easier for the republicans to beat, and, if elected, a president who more entrenched in the traditional political system. so guess what, it doesn't surprise me that the diebold machines once again felt a candidate that aligned closer to their views pulled ahead. coincidence?
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