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(Washington Post)   The revolution will not be exit polled   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 6
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2012-10-04 04:09:14 PM
5 votes:
The UN should step in and monitor this election.
2012-10-04 03:57:43 PM
4 votes:
well, we can't have any suspicious discrepancies in those swing states, can we now.
2012-10-04 04:46:06 PM
2 votes:
The aim, he said, "is to still deliver a quality product in the most important states," in the face of mounting survey costs.

A little insulting when put that way.
2012-10-04 05:05:18 PM
1 votes:

tenpoundsofcheese: considering the exit polls are both inaccurate and don't tell us anything worthwhile, I am fine with this.



The polls weren't inaccurate, just explained away as anomalies.

/unlike the rest of the world which considers exit polling discrepancies as evidence of fraud
2012-10-04 04:37:35 PM
1 votes:

namatad: if rmoney wins in PA and OH, and if the polls are showing significant opposite numbers ...
shudder


Nothing will happen. President Romney will pardon anyone who comes under investigation. Game over.
2012-10-04 04:22:53 PM
1 votes:

unlikely: The UN should step in and monitor this election.


HAHHAHAH HAHAHAHA
took late for that
we got farked in 2000 and 2004.
2008 was a pretty clear and fair election.

shudder.
if rmoney wins in PA and OH, and if the polls are showing significant opposite numbers ...
shudder
 
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