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    Nov 02, 2008 6:21 AM GMT
    It's getting down to the last two days, and people are trying really, really hard to convince you, and/or undecided voters, to make a decision based on fear, and negativity, instead of facts and issues. John McCain and Barack Obama are both decent men well qualified to be president, but their policy views are very, very different-- on Iraq, the economy, women's right to choose, same sex couples rights, gays in the military, health care, energy policy, separation of church and state...

    From Senator Dole calling Kay Hagan an atheist, to Rudy Giuliani saying Barak Obama will release criminals from jail. there are some candidates who are just plain lying to you.

    Don't believe ANYTHING negative you hear about any candidate in the next three days. It's been 20 months on the campaign. They had plenty of time to attack. The negative BS coming out now is just trying to frighten and discourage you.

    Look at the issues, and decide who you think will be best for the country. And then vote, if you have not already. No matter what, vote. Remind your friends to vote. Drive people to the polls. And when someone tries to spread negativity, remind them, and everyone, that this election is about issues, not about fear.
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    Nov 02, 2008 4:41 PM GMT
    by far the best post on the election


    at least in my opinion
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    Nov 02, 2008 4:43 PM GMT
    it's gonna get more entertaining that's for sure.
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    Nov 02, 2008 4:44 PM GMT
    The New York Times has an online article today about some undecided voters.

    I guess there are some people that just flip a coin.

    I believe that undecideds are just closeted Republicans. (Of course that's good for JockBod, Curious, and a few others if that's true. icon_biggrin.gif)