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Wisconsin Officials Predicting Heavy Turnout in Tuesday Election

donnieboy63 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:01 AM
if stupid is reelected in november, i will be convinced that this country is headed for total revolution and i mean in the streets. i do believe there are enough of us left to make that happen. of course, i may be wrong.
thethinwhiteduke007 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 9:08 AM
if barry gets reelected the reason will e the same as 2008.....white guilt.
Anne_1 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:26 AM
donnieboy: And you can BET that if Obozo isn't re-elected in Nov., there will be a revolution in the streets.

Do you really think all these racists and communists are going to sit tight?

Hardly. Every large city will be like Watts on steroids.
americathebeautiful Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 9:18 AM
Good morning Anne - You have just pointed out one of my greatest fears that could erupt from the election. But no matter what, ALL voters must have the courage to kick that morons butt out of office BIG TIME. The utter and complete destruction he has caused to our beloved USA is not yet fully realuzed.

Can you imagine that he said "no" to Lech Walesa appearing in the White House because he said that Lech was too political. When the real reason is obama HATES Freedom and he HATES America's Free Enterprise system. All obama loves is tyrany and communism and brutal treatment of all peoples......especially White people
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 11:36 AM
Agree with both of you, that's one of the reasons I am so angry at the chicken littles commonly referred as Speechless Speaker Bonehead and his leadership. I've read reports where one of the reasons he is sandbagging the Fast and Furious investigation is because they are scared silly about Race Riots and accusations of
Racism. We survived the riots of the late 60's and early 70's and we can do so again.

CBS is reporting that the number of absentee ballots that have already been cast foreshadows particularly heavy turnout in Tuesday's recall election.

 

Local election clerks who track absentee voting through a statewide computer system had issued at least 182,000 absentee ballots by midday Friday, foreshadowing what is expected to be heavy turnout next week....