Will an Obama loss turn to rioting?

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    That's pretty much all to be said at this point.
     
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    I can give you 20+ reasons why he shouldn't be close, if not for the non issue bull shit the media has gotten upset over.
     
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    Look dude, you're a partisan hack - it's not like what you post is rational.
     
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    ^Looks like Dumb and Dumber are together again.
     
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    Don't need to. I've been pretty upfront on the board about my feelings Obama doesn't deserve to win. The GOP has handed him the win this year on a silver platter thanks to Romney's insanely ineffective campaign and his numerous blown opportunities.

    That happens. George W. Bush and Bill Clinton should have been especially vulnerable to losing their re-election bids, and in both cases the opposition party ran joke candidates that ran campaigns that will be held up as examples of "What not to do." Romney is just following in Dole's and Kerry's pattern.

    The real thing we should be discussing here is why the primary process in both parties keeps picking Massachusetts liberals that can't win in the General. Dukakis, Kerry, Romney. I mean, c'mon man! Stop picking these guys.
     
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    Pot meet kettle.
     
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    I'll say one more thing about this post now. Just stop pretending you're anything but a partisan hack. Just stop. If that's your honest opinion about the two political parties then you've completely bought into the GOP propaganda machine.

    I can be pretty down on the GOP and DNC, but even I don't have that poor an opinion about the parties.
     
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    http://www.usmessageboard.com/6039034-post1.html
     
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    ^Too dumb to even get it.
     

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