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      CommentAuthorvrbtm
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    I thought Al Qaeda already endorsed McCain?
    Man, are even the terrorists jumping ship on him now?
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    Viewership stuff on the Obama informercial. Just counting CBS, NBC, Fox and Univision, it was watched by 30.1 million viewers. That doesn't include MSNBC, Univision, BET and TV One.

    I find this funny:
    As for ABC's underdog "Pushing Daisies," airing on the only major broadcaster not to carry the ad, the counterprogramming still came in fourth place in the adults 18-49 demo. Still, "Daisies" (6.8 million, 2.2) was up by 16% from last week to a season high. The CW's "America's Next Top Model" (3.9 million, 2.0), also running in the time period, didn't receive a bump and was on par with last week.
    So basically one show got a bump from people desperate to watch anything else, and another show proved its audience as completely uninterested in icky things like politics that might require an involved thought process. At least that's my interpretation.
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    Really, between Joe the Plumber, Elizabeth Hasselback and now some ass-hat terrorist is there anyone left who hasn't had 15 minutes of talk time in this election?

    Who does David Faustino, TV's Bud Bundy, endorse? America NEEDS to KNOW!

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    More Republican FAIL

    Taking the stage as one of the pre-program speakers at a Sarah Palin rally here in Rush Limbaugh’s hometown, Sen. Kit Bond, R-Missouri, fired up the crowd by warning them about Barack Obama’s judicial philosophy.

    “Just this past week, we saw what Barack Obama said about judges,” Bond said. “He said, ‘I’m tired of these judges who want to follow what the Founding Fathers said and the Constitution. I want judges who have a heart, have an empathy for the teenage mom, the minority, the gay, the disabled. We want them to show empathy. We want them to show compassion.’”


    Yes, Barack Obama will empower "The Gay".
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      CommentAuthorMegaGoosey
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008 edited
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    Yes god forbid we start treating the gays decently. If we do, everyone will start buttfucking your kids in public and when Jesus comes back he's going to give America the finger and say "Shouldn't have been so nice to those gays." Then he will destroy us all with his fire breath - a power of which I'm fairly certain Jesus has been able to exhibit since he hit level 24.
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    @Orwellseyes

    is "The Gay" related to "that One" ?
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    "That One" likes "The Gay" which makes him "The Man."
    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    If "that One" likes "The Gay" doesn't that make them unable to get married because it will piss God off?
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    So The Gay, The One and The Man walk into a bar and the barman says....

    Seriously though, surely this latest round of endorsements including the economist of all things pretty much indicates that this is a done deal? Does anyone seriously think McCain has a chance?
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      CommentAuthorOsmosis
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    Really glad to see the Economist come down on the right side of this one. Earlier this year they were on the fence, and tilting toward McCain's side of the wire.
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      CommentAuthorSara 013
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    Does anyone seriously think McCain has a chance?

    I remain paranoid until it's actually over.
    • CommentAuthormlpeters
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    @Sara
    "I remain paranoid until it's actually over. "
    After 8 years of paranoia, what's a few more days, right?
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    Is anyone here convinced this Election will not be stolen? If so, please let me know why, I'd like to not be so worried. I see a 95% chance Obama gets more votes, but the closer it gets the more scared I am it will again be stolen. Christ out election process is awful!
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    "After 8 years of paranoia, what's a few more days, right? "

    I don't think it can be considered "paranoia" when more times than not, the "conspiracies" proven to be true.
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      CommentAuthorMegaGoosey
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    Conspiracies are more often true than not? I don't know if I agree with that. Like at all.
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      CommentAuthorThom B.
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008 edited
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    Is anyone here convinced this Election will not be stolen?

    McCain's insistence that Pennsylvania is going to go his way has me a little nervous. Does any one know whether they use a computer based system there?
    • CommentAuthormlpeters
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008
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    @William Joseph Dunn

    I stand corrected -- but all the true conspiracies do tend to make one wary, perhaps "paranoid", though justifiably so. "Just because I'm paranoid, doesn't mean they're not out to get me."
    • CommentAuthorrough night
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2008 edited
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    I voted. It took 2 hours of waiting in line, but the job is done. Lot of young people, lot of iphones, and a good number of parents with their kids in that line, and a very mixed bunch race-wise. I'm so glad I have games on my (non-i)phone, cause it felt like I spent my whole life in that line.

    edit: Also, we got no damn stickers. Broke ass Memphis.

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