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Had there been closer inspection of ballots and voting procedures, the Democrat machines in Broward and Dade Counties wouldn't have been as effective at cheating in the first place.

I married into a family of Chicago Democrats and grew up in a union town; trust me, I can see all the signs and symptoms.

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In reply to Re^6: A sure sign of the apocalypse: by tbone1
in thread A sure sign of the apocalypse: by wolfger

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