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Did the Obama "Genuises" Steal the Data?

jmirtz-myers Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 2:18 PM
We have a petition started here in Texas as well. From what I have read it is possible. Our problems are in the deep south on the border.
modernmover Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:45 PM
I will jump to secession in a heartbeat. They don't see things my way, and I won't be forced to abide by their way. I see no way other than to make 2 different Americas. They can do it their way, and we'll do it ours. We can have trade agreements, and rights of travel, but I won't pay for your abortions, and you don't have to abide by my constitution. The original one.

There was an interesting article out of Time Magazine  (http://swampland.time.com/2012/11/07/inside-the-secret-world-of-quants-and-data-crunchers-who-helped-obama-win/) in which they interviewed the tech geniuses behind the Obama victory. Like so much of the exposure of anything pertaining to the President, this piece only raises more questions than the answers it purports to deliver.

For one, if you were in fact the man who successfully elected and then re-elected the leader of the Free World, why would you preferred to remain anonymous?

The narrative of both elections is that Obama twice used the smartest technological campaign teams on his ride from community organizer to leader of the free...

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