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(Yahoo)   According to AP's latest electoral map, 186 electoral votes are now considered solid for Obama, with another 85 rating leaning Obama and 65 rated as toss-up meaning Romney will have to..wait, what's 186 +85?   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 238
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2012-10-29 10:13:10 AM
Somehow, this is bad news for Obama.
 
2012-10-29 10:23:26 AM
I love how they say he could "eke" out a win. Way to continue to drive that horse race narrative so the suckers keep paying attention to your website/news channels
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2012-10-29 10:25:59 AM
Don't start with your damn liberal elite maths.
 
2012-10-29 10:37:24 AM
I was told there would be no math...
 
2012-10-29 10:39:06 AM
'Barely won' elections are bad for America. Obama needs to drop out.
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2012-10-29 10:47:19 AM

hillbillypharmacist: 'Barely won' elections are bad for America. Obama needs to drop out.


How about Romney drops out this time and Obama will give it a miss in 2016?
 
2012-10-29 10:59:59 AM
does it equal more conservative tears of rage?
 
2012-10-29 11:01:40 AM
I like the "tight race" mantra; there's a chance it will motivate Dems to go vote.
 
2012-10-29 11:07:23 AM

St_Francis_P: I like the "tight race" mantra; there's a chance it will motivate Dems to go vote.


Hell, I'm in a very blue state and I can't wait to vote. Can't wait for this shiat to be over with and Romney can go back under his rock.
 
2012-10-29 11:44:39 AM

raerae1980: St_Francis_P: I like the "tight race" mantra; there's a chance it will motivate Dems to go vote.

Hell, I'm in a very blue state and I can't wait to vote. Can't wait for this shiat to be over with and Romney can go back under his rock.


i'm in a very red state, and i can't wait to vote. though, like maine, we apportion our electoral votes. and in 2008, my district went blue, giving obama another EV. redistricting probably won't let that happen again, but you never know.
 
2012-10-29 12:21:35 PM
Don't bee overconfident. Still need to vote.
 
2012-10-29 12:24:23 PM
l2.yimg.com

Damn Malia is looking really fine and...hold on, someone at my door...
 
2012-10-29 12:31:54 PM
271, but Obama needs to get three-fifths of the EV's to win. I think you know why.
 
2012-10-29 12:32:05 PM
I cannot wait to try to vote Cantor out (not likely, but I am hoping) and turn this state blue for Obama.

I am hoping my husband does not cancel my vote out and votes for Johnson instead.

If any Farkers know of any way to help people get to the polls on Election day, please post it. There are a number of ways we can help... I googled it with my city, and I am hoping to get a few folks there.
 
2012-10-29 12:33:57 PM
I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.
 
2012-10-29 12:35:26 PM

Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.


What the fark? Is Georgia insane?
 
2012-10-29 12:42:49 PM

DamnYankees: Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.

What the fark? Is Georgia insane?


Apparently. At least Catoosa County is.
 
2012-10-29 12:52:04 PM

DamnYankees: Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.

What the fark? Is Georgia insane?


Voter ID laws = MOAR JOBS

/unless persons 3-6 are unpaid volunteers
 
2012-10-29 12:52:39 PM
Hard to believe maps where Missouri and Indiana are not as red as Kansas at this point of the game. But, I guess is Minnesota can all of a sudden be "in play".
 
2012-10-29 01:14:51 PM

Lando Lincoln: 271, but Obama needs to get three-fifths of the EV's to win. I think you know why.


Yes, you wouldn't want to compromise the election process...
 
2012-10-29 01:18:05 PM
But it's still a horserace!
 
2012-10-29 01:20:55 PM

cameroncrazy1984: But it's still a horserace!


Everyone knows it'll be Too Close to Call until probably 2am or 3am Wednesday morning. And Obama will emerge the winner.
 
2012-10-29 01:23:26 PM
It equals potato! that's why it's still a horse race!

//yeahright lol. Conna be conservative tears a flowin come 11/7
 
2012-10-29 01:23:39 PM
If you support Obama (or dislike the GOP) and you have not voted already, please vote. My wife and I voted for Obama last week. We are in NC and this is a swing state. We hope it stays blue but I will be OK if it goes red but Obama still wins the overall race.

Whether you think it is true or not that it is a close race, assume that it is. Go and vote.
 
2012-10-29 01:25:07 PM

bdub77: [l2.yimg.com image 630x419]

Damn Malia is looking really fine and...hold on, someone at my door...


So, was it the Secret Service or Chris Hansen?
 
2012-10-29 01:25:42 PM

bdub77: cameroncrazy1984: But it's still a horserace!

Everyone knows it'll be Too Close to Call until probably 2am or 3am Wednesday morning. And Obama will emerge the winner.


He only be the official winner when CNN uses a craptastic Hologram to announce it and FOX news has there first talking head on calling for the dissolution of the Electoral College. Probably around 3AM EST
 
2012-10-29 01:26:10 PM

cameroncrazy1984: But it's still a horserace!


And the nice people on the teevee just said that the race is tightening!!
 
2012-10-29 01:30:59 PM

NuttierThanEver: and FOX news has there first talking head on calling for the dissolution of the Electoral College


God, I'd so love to see Fox News react to Romney popular vote/Obama electoral college. I might just put it on my DVR to watch on future days in which I'm feeling blue.
 
2012-10-29 01:31:05 PM

NuttierThanEver: bdub77: cameroncrazy1984: But it's still a horserace!

Everyone knows it'll be Too Close to Call until probably 2am or 3am Wednesday morning. And Obama will emerge the winner.

He only be the official winner when CNN uses a craptastic Hologram to announce it and FOX news has there first talking head on calling for the dissolution of the Electoral College. Probably around 3AM EST


I'm tempted to watch CNN just to watch Wolf Blitzer call Ohio early for Romney then act apoplectic when Obama actually wins.
 
2012-10-29 01:33:25 PM

DamnYankees: Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.

What the fark? Is Georgia insane?


No, they're just trying to keep Jim Crow on the payroll...only this time with a heavily modified job description.
 
2012-10-29 01:34:00 PM
Mitt Romney Terrified What Will Happen If He Ever Stops Running For President
Link

o.onionstatic.com
 
2012-10-29 01:34:27 PM

robsul82: NuttierThanEver: and FOX news has there first talking head on calling for the dissolution of the Electoral College

God, I'd so love to see Fox News react to Romney popular vote/Obama electoral college. I might just put it on my DVR to watch on future days in which I'm feeling blue.


I told my friend this yesterday - popular vote is an entirely different campaign strategy. If Obama wanted to win on popular vote he'd spend his time in major cities, and money would be going to all sorts of places, especially states like California and New York.

My guess is that if he went that route, he'd still win.
 
2012-10-29 01:38:28 PM

NuttierThanEver: bdub77: cameroncrazy1984: But it's still a horserace!

Everyone knows it'll be Too Close to Call until probably 2am or 3am Wednesday morning. And Obama will emerge the winner.

He only be the official winner when CNN uses a craptastic Hologram to announce it and FOX news has there first talking head on calling for the dissolution of the Electoral College. Probably around 3AM EST


No way. Remember the Inauguration? After Roberts stumbled over the oath the crack "journalists" at FOX immediately began to opine, "Is Obama really President?"

Then, Roberts and Obama redid the oath offstage, but that time without Obama's hand on a Bible! Cue FOX bimbo: "Is Obama really President??"

Asking about the wisdom of the electoral college is way too reasonable for FOX
 
2012-10-29 01:56:01 PM

Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.


I, too, just voted for the Socialist Seekrit Muslin. I had to show a photo ID, which had its magnetic stripe swiped. This brought up my license info which was checked against the license itself (and my face). I then stood in a different line while they printed the ballots out. When my name was called, they checked my license again to make sure I was getting the right ballot, and made me initial receipt of the ballots and fully sign my name on the REMEMBER VOTER FRAUD IS A FELONY line. Then I voted the six legal-page long ballot, and stood in another line to shove it in the OCR machine.

I have no idea whatsoever how they would do this if it weren't for early voting. Every time I drove past the early voting location on Saturday and Sunday, the line stretched out of the library around to at least the first corner of the building. I'm so proud that people are standing in line for so long to do this. If nothing else, we have an electorate that is dedicated to exercising the franchise. OK, so around 70% of the electorate. During presidential election years.
Anyway, go BaRock The Islamic Shock Hussein BinBama Soetero!
 
2012-10-29 02:10:30 PM
I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.
 
2012-10-29 02:19:42 PM

impaler: I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.


That'll get you some decent play at the cabaret tonight.
 
2012-10-29 02:22:46 PM

Nadie_AZ: impaler: I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.

That'll get you some decent play at the cabaret tonight.


I'll be there all week.
 
2012-10-29 02:25:51 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: Mitt Romney Terrified What Will Happen If He Ever Stops Running For President
Link

[o.onionstatic.com image 640x360]


That's just it. I don't think he wants to be President. I think he likes the idea of campaigning and the attention it gets him.
 
2012-10-29 02:29:12 PM

impaler: I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.


Ooooh...you should have gone with $160. His economic plan is much more robust.
 
2012-10-29 02:30:54 PM

Lionel Mandrake: impaler: I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.

Ooooh...you should have gone with $160. His economic plan is much more robust.


Now that's comedy.
 
2012-10-29 02:36:27 PM

cretinbob: AdolfOliverPanties: Mitt Romney Terrified What Will Happen If He Ever Stops Running For President
Link

[o.onionstatic.com image 640x360]

That's just it. I don't think he wants to be President. I think he likes the idea of campaigning and the attention it gets him.


And all the campaign contributions present him with new ways to not pay taxes.
 
2012-10-29 02:44:44 PM
Fark. If Obama gets reelected, my mom is never going to shut up. Thanks a lot, assholes.
 
2012-10-29 02:48:31 PM

Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.


I voted today in NC, and it was a lot like your description of 1988. 30 minutes in line, 1 minute checking in, 3 minutes in the voting booth, done. I had my driver's license in my pocket, but I didn't need it. And that was a one-stop vote (register, vote) too.
 
2012-10-29 02:48:43 PM

Lionel Mandrake: impaler: I voted early today at the bank. After scanning my card, and entering my PIN, I voted for $80.

Ooooh...you should have gone with $160. His economic plan is much more robust.


snorting ginger ale out your nose hurts so good
 
2012-10-29 02:56:05 PM
We should all thank Breitbart. Had I not hit the panic button a half hour ago, we might still be in trouble.
 
2012-10-29 02:56:28 PM

Krymson Tyde: DamnYankees: Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.

What the fark? Is Georgia insane?

Apparently. At least Catoosa County is.


I can attest to that fact. I live in Varnell not far from there. and I had to jump through a lot of hoops just to get my driver's license this time because of the voter i.d. thing.
 
2012-10-29 02:56:32 PM
186 + 85?

peoplescube.virtualestates.netdna-cdn.com

/amidoingthisrite?
 
2012-10-29 02:57:32 PM
But I've just been told by Filthydeadwhore Breitbart.com that Obama's loss in inevitable! Surely the worm motel doesn't lie!
 
2012-10-29 02:59:10 PM

dahmers love zombie: Krymson Tyde: I just got home from casting my ballot for the Kenyan-in-Chief.

The first time I voted was 1988; I walked in, went to the correct alphabetical table, told the poll worker my name, then signed next to my name on a sheet of paper. That person then sent me to the voting machines where a second worker was stationed in case I needed help understanding how to close the curtain or vote.

Today a worker pointed me to a table where I had to fill out a form with name, address, DOB, and signature in 3 places. Then I took the form to a second worker who checked my ID against the form. She passed that form to a 3rd worker who scanned it and put a bar code (I think) sticker on it and then passed it to a 4th person scanned the bar code. A fifth person then gave me an ATM type card which I took to the touchscreen voting machine, inserted it, cast my ballots, took the card out, then returned the card to a sixth person.

I, too, just voted for the Socialist Seekrit Muslin. I had to show a photo ID, which had its magnetic stripe swiped. This brought up my license info which was checked against the license itself (and my face). I then stood in a different line while they printed the ballots out. When my name was called, they checked my license again to make sure I was getting the right ballot, and made me initial receipt of the ballots and fully sign my name on the REMEMBER VOTER FRAUD IS A FELONY line. Then I voted the six legal-page long ballot, and stood in another line to shove it in the OCR machine.

I have no idea whatsoever how they would do this if it weren't for early voting. Every time I drove past the early voting location on Saturday and Sunday, the line stretched out of the library around to at least the first corner of the building. I'm so proud that people are standing in line for so long to do this. If nothing else, we have an electorate that is dedicated to exercising the franchise. OK, so around 70% of the electorate. During presidential elec ...


To Captain Piltchard and Captain Wren, the Glorious Loyalty Oath Crusade was a glorious pain in the ass, since it complicated their task of organizing the crews for each combat mission. Men were tied up all over the squadron signing, pledging and singing, and the missions took hours longer to get under way. Effective emergency action became impossible, but Captain Piltchard and Captain Wren were both too timid to raise any outcry against Captain Black, who scrupulously enforced each day the doctrine of 'Continual Reaffirmation' that he had originated, a doctrine designed to trap all those men who had become disloyal since the last time they had signed a loyalty oath the day before. It was Captain Black who came with advice to Captain Piltchard and Captain Wren as they pitched about in their bewildering predicament. He came with a delegation and advised them bluntly to make each man sign a loyalty oath before allowing him to fly on a combat mission.

'Of course, it's up to you,' Captain Black pointed out. 'Nobody's trying to pressure you. But everyone else is making them sign loyalty oaths, and it's going to look mighty funny to the F.B.I. if you two are the only ones who don't care enough about your country to make them sign loyalty oaths, too. If you want to get a bad reputation, that's nobody's business but your own. All we're trying to do is help.'
Milo was not convinced and absolutely refused to deprive Major Major of food, even if Major Major was a Communist, which Milo secretly doubted. Milo was by nature opposed to any innovation that threatened to disrupt the normal course of affairs. Milo took a firm moral stand and absolutely refused to participate in the Glorious Loyalty Oath Crusade until Captain Black called upon him with his delegation and requested him to.

'National defense is everybody's job,' Captain Black replied to Milo's objection. 'And this whole program is voluntary, Milo - don't forget that. The men don't have to sign Piltchard and Wren's loyalty oath if they don't want to. But we need you to starve them to death if they don't. It's just like Catch-22. Don't you get it? You're not against Catch-22, are you?'

Doc Daneeka was adamant.

'What makes you so sure Major Major is a Communist?'

'You never heard him denying it until we began accusing him, did you?

And you don't see him signing any of our loyalty oaths.'

'You aren't letting him sign any.'

'Of course not,' Captain Black explained. 'That would defeat the whole purpose of our crusade. Look, you don't have to play ball with us if you don't want to. But what's the point of the rest of us working so hard if you're going to give Major Major medical attention the minute Milo begins starving him to death? I just wonder what they're going to think up at Group about the man who's undermining our whole security program. They'll probably transfer you to the Pacific.'

Doc Daneeka surrendered swiftly.

'I'll go tell Gus and Wes to do whatever you want them to.'

Up at Group, Colonel Cathcart had already begun wondering what was going on. 'It's that idiot Black off on a patriotism binge,' Colonel Korn reported with a smile. 'I think you'd better play ball with him for a while, since you're the one who promoted Major Major to squadron commander.'

'That was your idea,' Colonel Cathcart accused him petulantly.

'I never should have let you talk me into it.'

'And a very good idea it was, too,' retorted Colonel Korn, 'since it eliminated that superfluous major that's been giving you such an awful black eye as an administrator. Don't worry, this will probably run its course soon. The best thing to do now is send Captain Black a letter of total support and hope he drops dead before he does too much damage.' Colonel Korn was struck with a whimsical thought. 'I wonder! You don't suppose that imbecile will try to turn Major Major out of his trailer, do you?' 'The next thing we've got to do is turn that bastard Major Major out of his trailer,' Captain Black decided. 'I'd like to turn his wife and kids out into the woods, too. But we can't. He has no wife and kids. So we'll just have to make do with what we have and turn him out. Who's in charge of the tents?'

'He is.'

'You see?' cried Captain Black. 'They're taking over everything! Well, I'm not going to stand for it. I'll take this matter right to Major - de Coverley himself if I have to. I'll have Milo speak to him about it the minute he gets back from Rome.' Captain Black had boundless faith in the wisdom, power and justice of Major - de Coverley, even though he had never spoken to him before and still found himself without the courage to do so. He deputized Milo to speak to Major - de Coverley for him and stormed about impatiently as he waited for the tall executive officer to return. Along with everyone else in the squadron, he lived in profound awe and reverence of the majestic, white-haired major with craggy face and Jehovean bearing, who came back from Rome finally with an injured eye inside a new celluloid eye patch and smashed his whole Glorious Crusade to bits with a single stroke. Milo carefully said nothing when Major - de Coverley stepped into the mess hall with his fierce and austere dignity the day he returned and found his way blocked by a wall of officers waiting in line to sign loyalty oaths. At the far end of the food counter, a group of men who had arrived earlier were pledging allegiance to the flag, with trays of food balanced in one hand, in order to be allowed to take seats at the table. Already at the tables, a group that had arrived still earlier was singing 'The Star-Spangled Banner' in order that they might use the salt and pepper and ketchup there. The hubbub began to subside slowly as Major - de Coverley paused in the doorway with a frown of puzzled disapproval, as though viewing something bizarre. He started forward in a straight line, and the wall of officers before him parted like the Red Sea. Glancing neither left nor right, he strode indomitably up to the steam counter and, in a clear, full-bodied voice that was gruff with age and resonant with ancient eminence and authority, said:

'Gimme eat.'

Instead of eat, Corporal Snark gave Major - de Coverley a loyalty oath to sign. Major - de Coverley swept it away with mighty displeasure the moment he recognized what it was, his good eye flaring up blindingly with fiery disdain and his enormous old corrugated face darkening in mountainous wrath.

'Gimme eat, I said,' he ordered loudly in harsh tones that rumbled ominously through the silent tent like claps of distant thunder.

Corporal Snark turned pale and began to tremble. He glanced toward Milo pleadingly for guidance. For several terrible seconds there was not a sound. Then Milo nodded. 'Give him eat,' he said.

Corporal Snark began giving Major - de Coverley eat. Major - de Coverley turned from the counter with his tray full and came to a stop. His eyes fell on the groups of other officers gazing at him in mute appeal, and, with righteous belligerence, he roared:

'Give everybody eat!'

'Give everybody eat!' Milo echoed with joyful relief, and the Glorious Loyalty Oath Crusade came to an end.
 
2012-10-29 03:00:39 PM
All the early voting numbers show the Obama ground game to be far superior to Romney.

I suspect all this "it's SO CLOSE!!!" stuff is to make sure the voting day schlubs don't stay home.

/already voted
 
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