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(Bloomberg)   Media coverage on Election Day is "basically fake," says the former host of CNN's totally fake Crossfire   ( bloomberg.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, cross-fire, CNN, close election results, Michael Kinsley, chattering classes, reporters, Vigo County, conspiracy  
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2012-11-15 07:29:15 PM  
4 votes:
Here's Karl Rove trying to stop Ohio from being called for Obama:

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"Nein nein nein nein nein nein..."

2012-11-15 07:27:48 PM  
2 votes:

someguy945: Do the campaigns also know who won well in advance?

Why does Joe Biden make a surprise stop in Ohio (or wherever it was, I forget) on election day if the results are already rock solid?

He wanted to give a teenage girl a ride in his biatchin' Trans Am.
2012-11-15 07:05:44 PM  
2 votes:
Darn. I was hoping it was the goofy looking one, who thought he looked good in a bow tie.

Tucker Max, or whoever he was.
2012-11-15 06:51:15 PM  
2 votes:
television networks know who's going to win the game and more or less how it's going to play out, inning-by-inning

Even Fox?
2012-11-15 09:24:06 PM  
1 vote:
Bob Novak is still haunting us?
/too soon?
2012-11-15 07:28:35 PM  
1 vote:
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I can never hear the word Crossfire without remembering this.
2012-11-15 07:22:33 PM  
1 vote:
B. .but W did significantly better than his exit polls in Fla.!
2012-11-15 07:01:54 PM  
1 vote:
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