Sandy Paints Red States Blue

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  1. HUGGY
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    It's true.

    The rural communities are what makes the red states red. The rural communities will be hardest hit in the next ten days to two weeks. They will be the last to get their power turned back on. They will get flooded the worst. Their occupants will have the hardest time finding their IDs and getting to non existant polling locations on washed out roads and bridges.

    The Appalations are the home of some of the most brainwashed christians and republican voters.

    These are the very people that had their republican state representatives restrict voting access to those that usually can get to the polls a week from tuesday next. It appears that these very people will be a tad preoccupied by the effects of this "perfect storm".

    These are the very people that caused a "flood", pardon the pun, of early voters that were afraid of having their voting messed with in November.

    Who'd a thunk that the REAL October surprise would have been an act of god?
     
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    "Yay! Bad things are happening to people I disagree with, and hopefully they won't be able to vote!"


    You are a piece of human-shaped shit, Huggy.
     
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    Tsk..Tsk...Davey. Such manners... Is it my fault your "god" doesn't like you very much?
     
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    OP obviously has never been through a storm. It is the large cities that suffer. They have looting and need to be cared for by daddy government.
    Small towns work together, take care of their friends and share what they have. They are generally more apt to vote too, but dream on, Dainty.
     
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    You are too stupid to know what is obvious Ernie.
     
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    I'm surprised Del hasn't made a "Hurricane Sandy Vag" thread yet.
     
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    I'm surprised Sandi (CG) hasn't chimed in to complain how "stupid" the hurricane is.

    :lol:
     
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    Huggy may have a point, look what happened when a big Blue city like No'leans was hit by a storm.
     
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    I really don't think the Storm is going to have much effect on Voting. There will be about a week between the storm hitting and Election Day.


    But feel free to Hope for massive Destruction to help your guy out.

    lol
     
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    No one is going to be stopped from voting. And Sandy is going to be a big rain storm.
     

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