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Is Election 2012 already decided, even before the debates?


Voters on both sides and the middle have alternately rooted for one side or the other while the only really "undecided" seem to express their disgust with both parties and both major parties candidates. The distortions and mis-facts fly around like flies around a day-old carcass, while the dollars pour in and out in a seemingly endless stream. We know what's wrong. We all wish it could be fixed. Nobody is talking about "term limits" for anybody, and both sides get a kick out of Super PACs which disgrace the process. Is it already over, and will we be any better off at its conclusion?

 

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Mike (Old Poolman) says

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 4 years ago

    I didn't get the +$2 Billion Rainy Day Fund Romney left in Massachusetts, and the Dem.'s claim that he left it -$2.5 Billion in debt. Someone had to be wrong on that one. Guess who?

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 4 years ago

    The bipartisan pill was too big for Obama to swallow, so it wallows in limbo, probably not to be seen again. Perhaps, if re-elected, Obama can stop playing his ongoing politics and compromise with our Sen.s and Rep.s long enuf to do his job, too!

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