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Friday, November 7th, 2008, 12:02 pm

The ‘Country’ of Africa

A friend told me last month that all candidates this year were bad. Why could no campaign produce decent figure that is able to handle the complexity?

Watch this.

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2 Responses to “The ‘Country’ of Africa”

  1. wispygalaxy Says:

    McCain made a big boo-boo when he selected Palin and assumed that women would vote for him. I don’t know *any* woman of voting age who liked Palin. My mother loathed Palin a lot. I am a female, and I will never vote for someone based solely on gender, race, etc. I do research before going to vote, and I do not rely on cable TV. It disappoints me, however, that people will vote for a candidate just because he’s popular. Is that really a good reason? That is irresponsible voting, in my opinion. Look at the issues first. I don’t want to hear the name “Sarah Palin” ever again!

  2. Roy Schestowitz Says:

    Heh. This turned out to be a hoax (“yes men”).

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