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Who can afford to have the mom stay at home nowadays?
Hey when you're down at the bottom of the fourth you have to throw that racial hail mary.
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Obama's America Isn't Showing Up for 2014

T172 Wrote: Oct 31, 2014 3:12 PM
Been leaked, looks like no indictment.
Walker yes, but I don't think Bush would be happy with the VP slot. Come to think of it I don't think Christie would either. I'm going for Paul all the way regardless of who the VP is.
I think a Paul/Christie ticket is the winner. Hear me out. Paul would get the conservative base and attract a ton of young people, and Christie would get the moderates and conservatives in the northeast. The west coast is going to go for the dems no matter what, but those two would have enough support everywhere else to win.
Also another guy without much governing experience probably isn't the best choice.
Except the polls were almost 100% accurate in 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006...
Nate Silver has upped the odds of republicans taking the senate to 65%. A 60 seat majority is out of the question. The presidency in 2016 is still too far away to make any guesses about.
A lot of latinos consider themselves fairly conservative but consistently vote democrat (unless you count latinos in Florida, they love Geb Bush).
Their policies will actually probably go down if they're out of work thanks to the subsidies, but otherwise pretty spot on.
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