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For me, yes. For republicans? No. They like it.
How would anyone know you're black? Your graphic looks green.
http://www.therandirhodesshow.com/ra...ingResults.pdfhttp://boe.cuyahogacounty.us/BOE/res...ntresults1.htm It's really hard to see how this is normal, that's all. EDIT: Just so you know what you're looking at, it shows that in Cuyahoga County Ohio about 97,000 votes were cast ABOVE the total number of registered voters. It's scary. There are a number of precincts that have well over 100% turnout for the election. I've spot checked a number of the precincts and the...
So, that would be OK with you?
4) I'm not exactly sure what you mean, but I keep an external drive connected to my machine all the time. 5) Personally I would set up a brand new account and give it administrative access. Then, move the pieces of the "Robin" home folder into your own. If you have specific things from the folder you want to have work in the new account, I'm sure some of us here can give you more specific instructions.
I've just read that New Hampshire did NOT have electronic voting machines, only optical scanners. Thought you'd like to know.
I hope everyone takes a look at this. According to Cuyahoga County, almost 100,000 votes above and beyond the number of people registered were cast in this county alone. Partisanship aside, can anyone be happy with an election with this type of discrepancy?
He certainly doesn't want them to be free.
Prior to the Iraq war, the military wanted 450,000 troops. Rumsfeld wanted far less. The compromise was around 140,000. By all accounts we don't have enough troops in Iraq to control it.
This president was the first in 175 years that didn't veto one spending bill.
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