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    Who cares what breitbart.com says ? They're just Republican operatives trying to spin this favorably so that they don't have to face the truth, that they lost because the American public preferred to live in the 21st century instead of Victorian times. They would have lost Ohio anyway according to the stats. So who do they think they are kidding other than themselves. Just get it. The public doesn't lik what the Republican Party stands for clear and simple.
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    It really doesnt matter now.
    Obama won, and thats it.
    Now Obama with all of his spending, with no way to pay for it brings our nation to the "fiscal cliff".
    He can no longer blame anyone but himself.
    When your taxes go up next January, remember to thank Obama, and those that voted him in.
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    What do you mean no way to pay for it ? Sure there is . Just let the upper class tax cut expire. Besides the only reason we have this big deficit is because of Bush. If taxes go up next January for the middle class I will blame the Republicans because they are the ones who would be responsible for it. Obama has already stated that he will sign a bill right now that guarantees lower taxes for the middle class. As for the rich they can eat cake.
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    A tax cut that was set to expire in 2010 originally meant taxes would be increased in Obama's Presidency either way. Romney said he wouldn't cut a penny of defense spending too. Neither candidate wants to cut spending and decrease GDP. A recession was 100% assured for 2013 back in June 2012
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    @jpena16 Upper income tax rate increases are chicken feed compared to the magnitude of the defecit. Those rate increases will slow the economy even more and in turn reduce government tax receipts.
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    @rlstowe3 Then they should be taxed more heavily. They have robbed this Nation for decades, even centuries. If they dont want to help save the nation that made them filthy, filthy rich, then they can leave. Or else.
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    Looks like Romneys not such a good CEO at that. He could not even manage a GOTV op for a campaign he has been running for ten years, imagine what would happen if he had to handle a national crisis?
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    See that's what happens when you have one party trying to suppress the votes of another, in this country...And, by the way, its also noted that because they did try to stop large numbers of Latino, and African-American votes from casting their ballots this year, that just motivated them to get even more steadfast in their resolve to wait in lines for "as long as necessary" in order to cast their vote for Pres. Obama...I sure hope that the republicans have learned that most Americans are not simply going to let them steal their votes away...and perhaps they will put an end to the republican voter suppression efforts going forward.
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    @mimi57 You know, Mimi...I would like to point out a very stark difference in what you just said... First, I don't condone "voter fraud" by either party. But it is acknowledged that the democratic "version of voter fraud"----usually means that "one person cast one vote improperly". That is...that say someone voted for their "grand mother" who may be sick at home and could not get out to vote and did not (for what ever reason) have an absentee ballot.--The republican "version of voter fraud"...is to prevent tens of thousands of people from voting by initiating bogus "voter rules & laws", "purging voters for all kinds of unproven reasons", and "limiting the times & places" that people are allowed to vote....There is a very big difference between casting "one bogus vote" and illegally preventing "thousands from casting legal votes" in the first place....That is generally the difference, Mimi...
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    It's time for the party that wanted to "take back" the country; and can't even deploy some software ... they should first see if they can take back their own party.
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    Hmm... this sounds familiar... ;)

    Even if ORCA had worked, the popular vote difference was far greater than 700,000. I guess, though, it's less painful to blame the candidate, his campaign, and his software than to reassess the fundamental structure, philosophy, and goals of today's failing GOP.
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    No one called campaign central to say their pin didn't work. Romney probably outsourced it to India. Call for a new pin.... hi mr Marty my NAND is Bob and I'm here to ensure your call to Romney Central is a pleasant one. Do you have a case #
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    I love it!! Its Karma for trying to suppress votes in the first place. I loved watching Karl Rove squirm after spending billions on trying to fix the election!
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    does this really, make a difference now? it no longer matters why, one side or the other lost after the loss. if they can't get their stuff together, they deserve to lose.
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