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(Sun Sentinel)   Sun-Sentinel endorses Mitt Romney in hopes it will somehow destroy the Florida tag   ( divider line
    More: Florida, Mitt Romney, Good People, Automotive industry in the United States, family income, ship of state  
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998 clicks; posted to Politics » on 27 Oct 2012 at 1:10 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-10-27 01:23:36 AM  
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One other thing to remember: the next president will likely affect the makeup of the Supreme Court, as four justices are in their 70s. Whether that will put women's rights and other policies in danger is something voters need to consider.

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I think the person who wrote this editorial probably had to take a shower afterwards, just to wash the stench of derp off.
2012-10-27 02:34:03 AM  
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God is on the side of Romney and Ryan ... Rev. Wright (who is very much Wrong) is on obama's side... It doesn't take a genius to undserstand who the better candidate is. Once the Dems Booed God at their own convention, they sealed their fate. I mean they actually BOOED The Holy Father, The Creator of Heaven and Earth .. The One who gave us life. Let's get back to our Christian Values in this Country as our Founding Fathers intended. Fight for God and Country! You take God out of America and God will take America out ... Guaranteed.

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2012-10-27 02:25:13 AM  
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Business owners are reluctant to assume risk in the face of unending uncertainty.

Oh look, they invoked the Confidence Fairy. That's where I stopped reading.
2012-10-27 01:57:27 AM  
1 vote:
Sun Sentinel is a piece of crap paper, you can find simple errors in spelling and grammar in the majority of their articles. Your mom's blog is written better.

Additionally they've had "polls" they run daily and ever since they turned to mainly political questions the polls have come out overwhelmingly in favor of Romney, all of them. Pretty sure it's not a Republican leaning area they're in yet their poll results for yesterday's poll ( Poll

"Do you agree with the Sun Sentinel's endorsement of Gov. Romney?"

Yes. He is obviously the right man for the job (17381 responses)

No. Obama has earned a second term (757 responses)

Yes. And it's surprising to see the liberal media do the right thing (2614 responses)

No.Obama's plans are starting to work well (583 responses)
21335 total responses

And all of the Romey/Obama polls come out like this. 90%+ for Romney. So either the SS is starting the poll with Romney at 90% of the votes or someone is running a script of some sort to sway their polls.

Oddly enough their little polls rarely used to get even 1000 votes per day. Shady shady.

/Yes, I'm annoyed by it.
2012-10-27 01:22:45 AM  
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can someone explain to me how our sovereign debt is a national security issue. I mean, do we need the pacific fleet to protect us against a sketchy bill collector?

is china gonna start a war which they would lose in about ten farking seconds over 8% of the total tbills? is japan? Are pensioners and other people with investments in government bonds going to rough up Treasury department personnel on the way home?

what is the supposed end game?
2012-10-27 01:18:30 AM  
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Yes The economy improved under Obama, so let's go back to the policies that destroyed it in the first place!

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