Clueless & Classless Voters, Tomorrow is Primary Day.

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    Clueless & Classless Voters, Tomorrow is Primary Day.

    Primaries Test Mood of Voters at Midterm


    Primaries Test Mood of Voters at Midterm - NYTimes.com

    So you think you know the mood of the electorate because you watch FOX/MSNBC?

    :lol:

    see you tomorrow night. look for analysis without the spin you are used to.

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    We will see how it all plays out.


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    Will the people who screwed up things with Joe Lieberman screw things up with Lincoln too?


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    Will the Myth meet the Reality?

    What planet do people like Mr. Borosage live on? He is basing an opinion on Obama being a reformist on campaign slogans vs 1-2 years of governing?

    Let us see what tomorrow brings, but more importantly, what the coming months bring when maybe people wake up to reality vs myth..



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    What is the USMB conventional wisdom on how the vote today will play out tomorrow and going into the general election? :eusa_whistle:

    Will the American public pay attention to reality or soundbites?

    :lol::lol::lol:



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    Results not very conclusive. So much for the rants and ravings of the Tea Party Lunatics @ USMB.

    Primary election results send mixed message from voters - latimes.com

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