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  1. J Frank Parnell

    November 8th, 2012

    R.I.P. America 1776-2008

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  2. Menderman

    November 8th, 2012

    I took one day of mourning…then my ass got back to work…I got bills to pay.

    I got Obama’s schedule today in my email. the only item on his agenda was recieving the Presidential Daily briefing at 11:30 AM. Yup, that was his work schedule for the day.

    I suppose he spent the rest of the day planning his 2 week vacation to Hawaii for Christmas….or Ramadan or whatever he calls it….

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  3. AbigailAdams

    November 8th, 2012

    The more I think about it the more my guts tell me the fix was in. Someone mentioned that interview of axelrod by Chris Wallace the last Sunday and he had a hard time keeping that cat-ate-the-canary grin off his face. I saw the interview and it was one of those moments that gave me pause.

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  4. Mr. Happy

    November 8th, 2012

    I remember this image, from the news, maybe 40-years-ago, when I was very small.
    Merchants closed up their shops in some country as a form of protest or strike, and soldiers from the government came in with crowbars and forced the doors open by breaking their locks.
    That’s the image I remember seeing.

    I wonder if that is in store for us?

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  5. FreeMan & Sarah Voting Early & Often

    November 8th, 2012

    Just one day, wow.

    So it means that much to him?

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  6. Edith McCrotch

    November 8th, 2012

    I didn’t see any bars on his shop’s windows.

    Must be located somewhere 30 miles from that city’s MLK Boulevard.

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  7. Commissar M

    November 9th, 2012

    Mr Happy, that kind of sound like FDR’s stunts, both during the National Recovery Administration era and later during WW2. I recall in one case during the war, there was a military takeover of, I think, Montgomery Ward’s HQ after some minor pissing contest between MW management and some toady in the Roosevelt administration.

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