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UPDATE: Partial Recount in Tight Florida House Race Between West and Murphy

Cal29 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:14 AM
"the people spoke"..............not really........miscreants like you spoke, PMS. You are at most half the country..........that isn't THE PEOPLE.............soooooooo you get the HELL OUT.
sendar Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:54 AM
discussion thaty he can't weasal out of !

You've got to have all the facts with you, ready to state them, tell him it's the biggest bunch of BS that if we pander to the illegal-aliens, that will somehow get us the Spanic votes !

The Spanics will just laugh at our what weak-faggot-losers we have become and vote for the Democrats !

The needed stratewgy is that we need to get the moderate-Independent-white-women to vote for pro-USA-pro-USC-pro-states-citizens-rights-pro-women Republicans !
sendar Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:47 AM
Hannity was talking tough only for the last 6 months after he said the gloves were off on exposing Obama,

As soon as the election was over with he's right on board with the Traitors mentioned !

Two of the worst are NYC Mayor Bloomberg and Wall-Street-Financial-Economic talk-show-host Larry Kudloiw,

LK was ranting and raving over "Give-them-Amnesty" in his radio show this weekend,

He went-on-on about it and he had a few clapping seal pro-amnesty pundit guests on with him and wouldn't let the anti-amnesty callers even talk !

You've got to get a loud opposition going to calmly but surely without compromise confront Hannity on this, without letting him get away with it by not getting into a confused impasse about it.

It must be an ongoing
Cal29 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:35 AM
I knew Kristol, McCain Grahamnesty and Rove all want unlimited AMNESTY. Rove as much as said this to Van Susteran..............also the Bush people want Amnesty......... I do not want amnesty.

I wasn't aware that Hannity wanted amnesty, although he's good friends with Rove and to a lesser extent McCain. That is what irks me about Hannity. As for do you spell nut-job?

Florida officials have ordered a partial recount in the race between Republican Allen West and his challenger Democrat Patrick Murphy. As we reported yesterday, there was over 100% turnout in several precincts in St. Lucie County, Florida. The election officials in that county announced late yesterday that there would be an emergency meeting Sunday morning at 7 AM.

It turns out this emergency meeting was set up to recount the ballots cast during early voting. It is estimated that roughly 37,000 early ballots were cast.

West, who has refused to concede the race, is currently trailing...