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View Poll Results: who you voteing for Obama (D) , Romney (R) or Other
Obama (D) 224 63.46%
Romney (R) 62 17.56%
Other 67 18.98%
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post #1411 of 1735 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 08:16 PM
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So last night Fox News said that the country has become "More Brown" and Chris Matthews on MSNBC said he was "Glad" that Hurricane Sandy happened because it helped the Obama campaign.

So go ahead news media. Give me more reasons to hate you and prefer BBC.
BBC is not great, but it's far better than Fox, MSNBC or CNN. My problem with CNN is that I have noticed they insist on promoting themselves as the "neutral" network, but often times take sides so it just makes them look bad in my opinion.
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BBC is not great, but it's far better than Fox, MSNBC or CNN. My problem with CNN is that I have noticed they insist on promoting themselves as the "neutral" network, but often times take sides so it just makes them look bad in my opinion.
But the electorate is actually becoming more brown. Mathews said he was glad over a dozen people died? Get real...

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Oh and I guess it's time to edit my sig. Obama won, and I was wrong about my prediction and I'm big enough to admit it. The polls were right.

Congratulations to Barack Obama on winning re-election.

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BBC is not great, but it's far better than Fox, MSNBC or CNN. My problem with CNN is that I have noticed they insist on promoting themselves as the "neutral" network, but often times take sides so it just makes them look bad in my opinion.
The thing with CNN is that you can never tell which side they're going to take. Some of the commenators do a good job of neutrality - Christiane Amanpour, for example. And some of the usual suspects tilt a shade left, but not as tilted as MSNBC - like Anderson Cooper.

And then, out of nowhere, they'll have some alarmist right-wing nonsense about the budget or birtherism or some weird dogwhistle issue that gets Republicans all freaked out and normal people don't understand what the problem is. It's a bit like an RKO, in that they're totally unwanted and sort of expected in with all the other chaos.

As for the BBC - being critical of the US doesn't mean the station is anti-US. There's a lot to criticise in the States, even in the best of times.

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Oh and I guess it's time to edit my sig. Obama won, and I was wrong about my prediction and I'm big enough to admit it. The polls were right.

Congratulations to Barack Obama on winning re-election.

thats what we need more of bro now lets move on too talking out fiscal cliff as it looms.


House Speaker John Boehner hinted at the possibility of a compromise if the president agreed to tax reform.

Mr Boehner, who negotiated with Mr Obama over a so-called "grand bargain" of spending cuts and new revenues in 2011, said he would accept new revenue-raising as part of a tax reform deal.

Time is tight: Bush-era tax cuts are due to expire at the end of 2012, and automatic, mandatory across-the-board cuts to military and domestic spending are also in the pipeline unless a deal can be reached.

Economists say the overall effect of falling off the "fiscal cliff" could tip the US into recession


can we now just re name this Thread "U.S. POLITICS"

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I just noticed your sig Punked Up,Romney and Ryan were change "negative change"

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can we now just re name this Thread "U.S. POLITICS"


"Linda McMahon's False Flag attempt/loses election " and " Election Day Votes By Race" Threads can fit in this "U.S. POLITICS" Thread.
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You're not even a yank?

Then why are you so happy Obama won? Its a decision with marginal at best effect on you.

If anything you should be considered about the witch who stole the prime minister seat
You sound upset that Obama won, lol. I have the right to celebrate Obama winning, go away.

She was voted in by her own party to get the leadership. Please have more of an open mind and Rudd had lost a ton of support from the Union, he had like a 30% approval rating. Rudd was great at the start but he started to lack communication with Labor members. If Gillard didn't get voted in..the conservatives would be running the country by now...fuck that.

You mad.
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thats what we need more of bro now lets move on too talking out fiscal cliff as it looms.


House Speaker John Boehner hinted at the possibility of a compromise if the president agreed to tax reform.

Mr Boehner, who negotiated with Mr Obama over a so-called "grand bargain" of spending cuts and new revenues in 2011, said he would accept new revenue-raising as part of a tax reform deal.

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Economists say the overall effect of falling off the "fiscal cliff" could tip the US into recession


can we now just re name this Thread "U.S. POLITICS"
The US will have a resession next year because too many investors are scared to invest capital in the economy right now. Just look at the markets today.
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