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Early Tea Leaves?

JAMES1105 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 4:04 PM
He was joking. It's called satire . . . .
americathebeautiful Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 4:32 PM
And James what he was illustrating is just how DEPENDENT those dem/liberals are and how IF the country was divided in half with a wall between the sides of liberals vs Conservatives, it wouldn't be very long before those liberals would be sneaking into the Conservative side for food and shelter and just plain living. He said it would be just like East and West Berlin and how those East Berliners were CONSTANTLY trying to escape over or around the Berlin Wall.

Election Day is typically rather frustrating for political junkies because "today's the day!" quickly gives way to "ugh, the polls don't close for hours."  In the interim, we latch onto reports of voting disruptions and anecdotal turnout reports, which are promptly spun into  broader lessons about what to expect later that night.  Most of it amounts to frivolous time-fillers.  To help pass the time, let's see if we can examine a few tea leaves as voters head to the polls:

(1) As Kevin noted last night, the tiny town of Dixville Notch, NH cast the first votes on...

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