McCain, Romney campaign together

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  1. Paulie
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    Is that one for me?
     
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    I really don't know what the media has to do with the candidates issues.
     
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    No, huh? You think all 100 million voters in this country automatically know the issues?

    MOST wouldn't have a CLUE without their favorite news channel.
     
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    Lol, well, I agree with ya on the fav news channel. I kicked my television out the door about 5 years ago. I usually sift through the internet and even then it's full of bs. So, I think my next move will be to move off to the mountains in Montana. Lol.
     
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    Well, you're certainly getting the idea then. I'd have taken a 12 gauge to my TV by now if it wasn't for some DAMN GOOD movies to be watched occasionally.

    The internet beats out the TV every single time in the information department. All that's needed is common sense and a decent ability to discern, and the internet provides everything one needs. TV automatically already has the propaganda pre-loaded.
     
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    Damn you guys are too much, I will miss this world with all its craziness. There are still mornings and my granddaughter taking my finger, jabbering endlessly as we walk nowhere.

    "One travels to escape from it all, but that is the great illusion: It cannot be done, since one travels with one's mind." Ella Maillart
     
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    Definitely one of your better quotes.
     
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    Midcan ideology----->racist love/tax love/business hate
     
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    What the heck is 'racist love?' I live in business so hard to hate, it has provided a very nice livelihood but that doesn't make one immune to its problems.
     
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    Well support of a racist, would make you support a racist no? If you are for restricting business, would that not be anti-business?
     

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