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 on: Today at 07:09:12 am 
Started by When do you think it will all become clear? - Last post by HockeyDude
Farewell, dear Antonio.  

Hopefully the country is still here when you get back.  I've a feeling Obama might mercy-nuke his own country considering the seemingly inevitable election of Mr. Trump.  : (

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 on: Today at 07:07:22 am 
Started by dfwlibertylover - Last post by HockeyDude
NOOOOOOOO!!!!!



We are doomed, dear friends.  Undecideds shall break harshly to that nasty Trump.  


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 on: Today at 07:05:44 am 
Started by bronz4141 - Last post by HockeyDude
With the help he'll get from his good friend, Senator Linda McMahon, Trump should have no problem taking Connecticut.

Good lord, you are right!  Such starpower shall doom our poor Hillary : (

CT = slight Trump

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 on: Today at 07:04:16 am 
Started by PetrSokol - Last post by Beagle
Hahaha, this is great! After the initial reviews and recounts, the 5% hurdle is set at 188 535 votes. DSS-Dveri has... 188 534. One vote can make a difference, etc.

It's too early for me to gloat that the clerical fascists are out, though, because recounts are still pending for a few precincts and, more importantly, the electoral commission has already ordered a revote for 15 (+ possibly further 2) polling stations where the voting irregularities were just too blatant to overlook. So nothing will be really known until May 4th when some 18 000 people will decide how many parties will be in the next Serbian Parliament.

SDS-LDP-LSV are 788 votes above the hurdle, so they can potentially lose representation if the revotes go badly against them. It'll be interesting to see how much tactical voting there will be.

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 on: Today at 06:58:15 am 
Started by ag - Last post by jaichind
The polls that are coming out should be a worry for. In the states where PRD has some presence and decided to back PAN, MORENA is running strong so the net affect is that PRI still is not stopped plus the PRD vote base going over to MORENA.   Worse, in places like  Oaxaca where PAN has backed PRD, internal splits had led to PRD rebel running at PT along with a strong MORENA dragging down the PRD ticket and giving the election to PRI.

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 on: Today at 06:54:50 am 
Started by bronz4141 - Last post by Intell
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Unrestrained greed and cynicism.  People don't to go Wall Street to do anything but make money.  Way too many people in finance are just about pure greed.  People who work in technology love computers, people who design tractors love tractors, journalist love the news, people who work on Broadway love being gay, you know?  But, who loves doing financial homework?  Nobody really.  

I'm sorry for bumping this thread, but this statement is absolutely ignorant and false. I am absolutely passionate about finance. I love investing and business. I love financial modeling and reading about various private equity deals, etc. Most people who end up successful on Wall Street are actually passionate about finance. Most of the Wall Street bigshots (like Henry Kravis, George Soros, etc) are actually interested in what they do. A very significant portion of people who work on Wall Street are there because they are actually interested in finance.

And I should care of this, if you are involved with the exploitation of the working class and poor, through wall street under capitalism. Why should I care, if you were passionate about finance?

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 on: Today at 06:53:46 am 
Started by bronz4141 - Last post by True Federalist
With the help he'll get from his good friend, Senator Linda McMahon, Trump should have no problem taking Connecticut.

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 on: Today at 06:51:51 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by jaichind
I cannot find the link but I did read that a Gallup poll for tabloid daily Oesterreich show the runoff race at 50/50.

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 on: Today at 06:51:45 am 
Started by Zen Lunatic - Last post by Stm85
I'd guess Kasich. He strikes me as a guy with conservative values but not a guy who likes radical change.

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 on: Today at 06:50:31 am 
Started by RINO Tom - Last post by Fmr President & Senator Polnut
I am ultra personally conservative as well, and I have never tried alcohol and never plan to.

Jesus was constantly buzzed

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