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« Reply #125 on: March 24, 2010, 02:10:21 pm »
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Very good Smiley
Though I don't see Clinton doing this well with 9.6% of Americans unemployed.
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« Reply #126 on: March 24, 2010, 04:42:08 pm »
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« Reply #127 on: March 26, 2010, 06:35:29 pm »
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2012 PRIMARY SEASON



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July 1st, 2011- Unemployment at 9.4%

July 3rd- While the media has been following the republican primaries, little attention has been payed to the democrats. Dennis Kucinich, the opponent to President Clinton got his first endorsement from Howard Dean today.


July 8th- Former New York Governor George Pataki has planned a tour of the northeast, Great Lakes, and the Pacific coast. He has been trying to appeal to more liberal/moderate republicans.


July 13th- Ron Paul caught critisism at a Gary Johnson event today, over a comment he made on big government. He implied that our country needs no government and people should be able to do whatever they want.


July 21st- Following Paul's comment, Haley Barbour attacked Gary Johnson for being too libertarian, and that he will destroy government as we know it.


July 26th- Following his line of attacks against other opponents, Santorum launched an ad against republican candidate Newt Gingrich. The ad says that Gingrich is from a different era of politics, and that his time has passed and that the Republican Party needs a new face.


August 1st- Unemployment at 9.5%

August 2nd- President Clinton today announced a trip to Iraq. She will arrive on August 25th.


August 9th- During the third debate, Daniels dominated and attacked Pawlenty for being too moderate and being too weak on foreign issues. Gingrich also took this oppurtinity to hit back against Santorum.


August 15th- Santorum made more headlines today when he recieved an endorsement from Arizona Senator John McCain.


August 23rd- Republican candidate Newt Gingrich unvieled plans for a southern tour today, that will include, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippii, Tennesse, North Carolina, and South Carolina.


August 26th- In Des Moines today, Mike Pence attacked Haley Barbour for being un-healthy and a bad example for other Americans. The attack was seen as weak, and lacking any motivation.



September 1st- Unemployment at 9.5%

September 5th- Returning from her Iraqi trip today, President Clinton said that her suspisions have been confirmed that American troops are no longer needed there, and they can be takin out at any time possible if need be.


September 11th- Today was the tenth anniversity of 9/11, one of the most tragic days in American history. All campaign events have been canceled in memory.


September 14th- Just three days after the tenth anniversiry of 9/11, General David Petreus announced his endorsement of Mitch Daniels for President.


September 20th- Tim Pawlenty was able to draw large crowds for an event in Atlanta today, giving him hopeful signs considering that it is the home of republican challenger Newt Gingrich.


September 23rd- During the fourth debate, Santorum dominated. Tim Pawlenty also critisized George Pataki for his response to 9/11. Rick Perry, and Haley Barbour were not able to attend the debate.


September 28th- Newt Gingrich urged Rick Perry to drop out of the race today, saying his campaign is hopeless and he is taking away conservative votes.


THIRD QUARTER

Do you approve of President Clinton?
Approve 46.4%
Disapprove 46.2%

Democratic Nomination
Clinton 80%
Kucinich 9%
Not Sure 11%

Republican Nomination
Gingrich 21.6%
Santorum 18.2%
Pawlenty 17.7%
Daniels 12.2%
Pataki 9.3%
Barbour 6.7%
Johnson 3.9%
Perry 2.5%
Pence 2.0%
Not Sure 5.9%

Head to Head Polling

Clinton 45%
Gingrich 43%

Clinton 44%
Santorum 43%

Clinton 45%
Pawlenty 45%

Clinton 48%
Barbour 41%

Clinton 45%
Pataki 40%

Clinton 49%
Daniels 44%
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« Reply #130 on: March 26, 2010, 10:52:35 pm »
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THIRD QUARTER PRIMARY POLLING



Gingrich Dark Red
Santorum Brown
Pawlenty Sky Blue
Johnson Light Green
Pataki Navy Blue
Barbour Dark Green
Daniels Green
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« Reply #132 on: March 27, 2010, 07:18:40 am »
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« Reply #133 on: March 27, 2010, 12:50:19 pm »
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October 1st, 2011- Unemployment at 9.4%

October 2nd- In a speech in New Orleans today, Gingrich warned of a back to back recession and unemployment will be higher than ever. He proceeded to attack President Clintons two stimulus bills and energy bill. The speech was not well recieved.


October 6th- Republican nominee Mitch Daniels announced plans to begin a 50 state tour of the United States over the next month. Daniels has slowly been gaining momentum the past 3 months.


October 12th- During the fifth Republican Primary debate, Pawlenty attacked Barbour on his economic policies, and pretty much won the debate. George Pataki and Mitch Daniels also performed well tonight. Mike Pence, Rick Perry, and Gary Johnson did not attend the debate.


October 16th- President Clinton today announced plans to begin a troop withdrawel plan from Afghanistan in three months. All troops are expected to be out by June of 2014.


October 19th- During a campaign event in South Carolina today, Rick Santorum attacked Pawlenty on his foreign policy stances.


October 23rd- Gingrich lost some points today when trying to come off as the most conservative candidate in the race, he came off as the extremist.


November 1st- Unemployment at 9.2%

November 6th- One year away from election night, Santorum and Pawlenty are seen as the front runners of the race. "Gingrich may have a small lead now, but by the time we get to Iowa, he won't have anything." Political anchor Rachael Maddow says.



November 8th- All three governors won re-election, including Haley Barbour who also is running for President.

November 13th- Pataki bashed Perry today for having once thought of having Texas secede from the union. Rick Perry at this point, has very low support.


November 20th- Mitch Daniels spent his time attacking Mike Pence in Indiannapolis today.


November 28th- The Tea Party in a statement announced today that they have no plans of nominating a candidate for president at the moment.


December 1st- Unemployment at 9.3%

December 9th- Santorum went on the attack again today, with his target being Newt Gingrich. He said that Gingrich should stop telling others to get out of the race, and that he himself should step out.


December 16th- With one month away from the Iowa caucus, things seem to be looking good there for Pawlenty.

Iowa Polling
Pawlenty 28.9%
Daniels 19.4%
Santorum 15.2%
Gingrich 10.1%
Barbour 4.2%
Pataki 4.1%
Johnson 2.0%
Pence 1.3%
Perry 0.8%

December 22nd- Gingrich fought back against Santorum once again today, calling him a young upstart, and a bad influence in the Republican Party.


December 25th- Rick Perry made his final speech until the Iowa Caucuses today in Houston.


December 29th- Republican Senator from Massachuessets announced today that he will endorse George Pataki for President.


FOURTH QUARTER

Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 47.1%
Approve 44.4%

Democratic Nomination
Clinton 78%
Kucinich 11%
Not Sure 11%

Republican Nomination
Gingrich 19.9%
Santorum 19.7%
Pawlenty 18.0%
Daniels 12.8%
Pataki 12.5%
Barbour 5.8%
Johnson 3.4%
Perry 1.1%
Pence 0.9%
Not Sure 5.9%

Head to Head Polling

Clinton 44%
Gingrich 42%

Santorum 43%
Clinton 42%

Pawlenty 44%
Clinton 42%

Clinton 49%
Barbour 39%

Clinton 43%
Pataki 41%

Clinton 47%
Daniels 46%

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FOURTH QUARTER PRIMARY POLLING



Gingrich Dark Red
Santorum Brown
Pawlenty Sky Blue
Pataki Navy Blue
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Daniels Green
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January 1st, 2012- Unemployment at 9.1%

January 5th- With unemployment dropping near 9%, Gingrich's warnings of a second recession seem not too likley. Gingrich has decided to devote most of his resources to make as big win in South Carolina.


January 12th- Once thought of as a low key candidate, Mitch Daniels has made it clear that he is here to win. He has been campaigning hard in Iowa, and so far it so seems to be paying off. The most recent poll in the state conducted by Rasmussen, finds Pawlenty is now down to a five point spread against Daniels.


January 15th- With one day before Iowa, Santorum has decided to head towards South Carolina to try and throw over Gingrich. Pataki has devoted his recent campaigning to New Hampshire, with recent polling showing him in a dead heat there with Pawlenty.


January 16th-
IOWA RESULTS


Clinton 88.3%
Kucinich 11.7%



Pawlenty 34.2%
Daniels 31.9%
Santorum 16.3%
Gingrich 8.1%
Pataki 6.1%
Barbour 1.6%
Johnson 0.9%
Pence 0.5%
Perry 0.4%

Analysis- As expected Pawlenty did carry the state, but Daniels did come closer than expected. There was low turnout Gingrich, Pataki, and Barbour voters in the state.

January 17th- Following winning less than one percent in the Iowa caucuses, Mike Pence announced today in Indianapolis that he will drop his bid for President and endorse Mitch Daniels for President.


January 20th- In Houston today, Rick Perry announced that he will suspend his bid for president. Perry has not yet announced his endorsment, if any.


January 22nd- With Pawlenty's stance being hurt by his small win in Iowa, former New York Governor George Pataki has taken the oppurtunity to hammer him out in New Hampshire. The race is currently considered a toss up.


January 23rd-
NEW HAMPSHIRE

Clinton 80.1%
Kucinich 19.9%



Pataki 32.7%
Pawlenty 32.5%
Santorum 11.8%
Daniels 7.9%
Gingrich 7.8%
Johnson 6.5%
Barbour 0.8%

January 24th- Dennis Kucinich has announced today that he will suspend his campaign for president today. He will also endorse President Clinton.


January 28th- After his dissapointing loss in New Hampshire five days agao, Gary Johnson announced that he will suspend his candidacy for President. Johnson has not yet announced his endorsement.


January 29th- With Nevada and South Carolina a day away, all candidates have been campaigning as hard as possible. With Pawlenty starting to go down in the polls, Pataki and Daniels are headed towards Nevada. Gingrich and Santorum are currently fighting for South Carolina.


January 30th-
SOUTH CAROLINA

Gingrich 33.6%
Santorum 26.9%
Daniels 19.8%
Pawlenty 12.1%
Pataki 5.0%
Barbour 2.6%

NEVADA

Pawlenty 30.1%
Santorum 19.1%
Gingrich 17.6%
Daniels 17.5%
Pataki 14.6%
Barbour 1.1%

Febraury 1st- Unemployment at 9.2%

Febuary 2nd- Following garnering only two and a half percent in the South Carolina Primary, Haley Barbour announced today that he is suspending his campaign for presidency and endorsing Newt Gingrich.


February 5th- With the Republican race now down to five, the race is getting closer than ever. Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, and Pawlenty is expected to hold an overall mild win due to most of the primaries on Super Tuesday being Pawlenty Leaning states. At this point, nobody knows who will come out on top as the republican nominee.


Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 48.2%
Approve 43.7%

Republican Nomination
Santorum 22.1%
Pawlenty 20.7%
Gingrich 17.1%
Pataki 15.4%
Daniels 14.6%
Not Sure 10.1%

Head to Head Polling

Clinton 45%
Gingrich 42%

Santorum 45%
Clinton 41%

Pawlenty 44%
Clinton 41%

Clinton 43%
Pataki 43%

Daniels 46%
Clinton 45%




Delegate Count
Pawlenty 34
Daniels 29
Santorum 27
Gingrich 26
Pataki 13
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Perry 0
Pence 0
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SUPER TUESDAY


Maine

Pawlenty 34.5%
Pataki 30.0%
Santorum 14.5%
Daniels 11.2%
Gingrich 9.8%

Vermont

Pataki 44.3%
Pawlenty 31.3%
Santorum 9.9%
Daniels 8.8%
Gingrich 5.7%

Rhode Island

Pataki 41.3%
Pawlenty 32.4%
Santorum 10.2%
Gingrich 8.2%
Daniels 7.9%

Delaware

Santorum 27.1%
Pataki 26.0%
Pawlenty 22.8%
Daniels 13.3%
Gingrich 10.8%

Washington DC

Pataki 31.3%
Gingrich 21.1%
Pawlenty 18.7%
Santorum 17.6%
Daniels 11.3%

West Virginia

Santorum 28.3%
Daniels 24.4%
Gingrich 19.9%
Pawlenty 18.3%
Pataki 9.1%

North Dakota

Pawlenty 36.9%
Santorum 20.8%
Gingrich 18.5%
Daniels 15.9%
Pataki 7.9%

South Dakota

Pawlenty 39.8%
Daniels 17.5%
Gingrich 16.9%
Santorum 16.4%
Pataki 9.4%

Nebraska

Gingrich 26.8%
Daniels 26.5%
Pawlenty 25.6%
Santorum 15.0%
Pataki 6.1%

New Mexico

Santorum 28.1%
Pawlenty 22.2%
Pataki 16.9%
Gingrich 16.7%
Daniels 16.1%

Wyoming

Pawlenty 30.0%
Santorum 29.8%
Gingrich 22.3%
Daniels 12.4%
Pataki 5.5%

Montana

Pawlenty 36.7%
Santorum 17.5%
Gingrich 16.7%
Daniels 15.6%
Pataki 13.5%

Idaho

Pawlenty 27.5%
Gingrich 25.0%
Santorum 24.2%
Daniels 20.4%
Pataki 2.9%

Alaska

Gingrich 34.7%
Pawlenty 33.9%
Santorum 16.4%
Daniels 12.0%
Pataki 3.0%

Hawaii

Pawlenty 47.7%
Pataki 16.9%
Santorum 14.9%
Gingrich 10.8%
Daniels 9.7%



Delegate Count
Pawlenty 146
Santorum 99
Gingrich 94
Daniels 84
Pataki 70
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Perry 0
Pence 0

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February 7th, 2012- Tim Pawlenty definately made big wins last night, carrying 7 of the fifteen states up for grabs, and spreading his delegate lead to a 47 point margin. He is expected to gain momentum even though his win was smaller than expected. The next primaries in Maryland, and Kentucky won't take place until March 6th.


February 9th- Mitch Daniels makes an announcement in Indianapolis.

"I have come here today to make an announcement. Being the only candidate not to win any states so far, and being in a five way race, I believe my decison is final. I wish to suspend my candidacy for the presidency of the United States because frankly, I don't want to be the one who's is stopping our nominee from reaching the number needed to win the nomination. Tomorrow I will formally endorse Rick Santorum. Thank you for your support, America."


February 16th- Republican primary polling one week after Daniels leaves the race.

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 29.6%
Santorum 25.8%
Gingrich 18.2%
Pataki 16.6%
Not Sure 9.8%

February 20th- News aside from the primaries hit the stand today when Gaza fired twenty missiles into the heart of Jerusleum. This follows Israel announcing more settlements in the west bank.


February 23rd- After three days of missile launching into Jerusleum, Palestinians in the west bank announced a ground invasion of the city. Where the palestinians got power for such a move is not yet known.


February 22nd- President Clinton announced today that there are no plans to get involved in the gazan conflict. She said that there is no need for the US to get involved, and that Israel should have seen it coming to them.


February 26th- Rick Santorum hammered Pawlenty today, attacking him for supporting President Clinton's plan to not defend Israel. Pawlenty's new position has brought him to a standstill with Santorum among conservatives.


March 1st- Unemployment at 9.0%

March 3rd- Just three days before, the first primaries after super tuesday, Newt Gingrich made an announcement in Atlanta.

"We've come long and hard in this race, but it looks like our time has passed. Just as Mitch Daniels before me, I wish to suspend my candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I wish Santorum good luck, for I shall give him my endorsement tomorrow morning. For we do need a New face in the Republican Party, not an old one like mine."


March 5th- Republican primary polling after Gingrich's announcement.

Republican Nomination
Santorum 35.2%
Pawlenty 31.6%
Pataki 21.4%
Not Sure 11.8%

March 6th-
Maryland

Santorum 36.4%
Pawlenty 34.2%
Pataki 29.4%

Kentucky

Santorum 60.5%
Pawlenty 28.9%
Pataki 10.6%

March 9th- George Pataki made an announcement today in New York City.

"I have come here today to announce the end of my campaign for the presidency. The only places I can win big are the liberal states, and by the time there primary dates come I should be a good few hundred delegates behind my nearest competitor. So goodbye, New York, I will see you again tomorrow when I endorse Tim Pawlenty for president."


March 12th- With Pataki out of the race and most of his supporters going to Pawlenty, the race is as tight as ever once again. The primaries tomorrow are to be held in Wisconsin, and Alabama.


March 13th-
Wisconsin

Pawlenty 64.6%
Santorum 35.4%

Alabama

Santorum 60.4%
Pawlenty 39.6%

March 14th- With Pawlenty winning big in Wisconsin, and Santorum winning big in Alabama, the overall vote was split between the two. At this point, the race could go either way.


March 18th- Palestinian troops retreated into the west bank today, being droven back by overwhelming Israeli forces. A temorary peace plan has been established as easterned Jerusleum rebuilds.


March 20th-
Mississippii

Santorum 61.1%
Pawlenty 38.9%

Louisiana

Santorum 57.4%
Pawlenty 42.6%

March 21st- Santorum won both primaries last night, leaving him trailing Pawlenty in the delegate count by only 18. The next primaries are in Arkansas and Missouri.


March 24th- The first quadrant of troops were withdrawn from Afghanistan today, beginning the two and a hald year time table set by President Clinton last year.


March 27th-
Arkansas

Santorum 58.5%
Pawlenty 41.5%

Missouri

Santorum 51.2%
Pawlenty 48.8%

Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 47.7%
Approve 44.1%

Republican Nomination
Santorum 47.1%
Pawlenty 43.0%
Not Sure 9.9%

Head to Head Polling

Santorum 46%
Clinton 43%

Pawlenty 46%
Clinton 43%



Pawlenty 294
Santorum 284
Gingrich 94
Pataki 85
Daniels 84
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Perry 0
Pence 0



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Oh God, don't let Santorum win this one...I would pull a Limbaugh and high tail it to Costa Rica for four years.

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General Election Polling

Clinton Vs. Santorum


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« Reply #146 on: March 31, 2010, 07:11:19 am »
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I wanted Pataki to win....
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« Reply #147 on: March 31, 2010, 10:18:06 am »
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March 28th, 2012- With wins in Arkansas and Missouri last night, Santorum has gained even more momentum, and is trailing Pawlenty by 10 delegates. The question now is, Can Pawlenty make a come back?


April 1st- Unemployment at 9.1%

April 2nd- Tommorrow is the primaries in Minnesota and Kansas. Pawlenty is currently leading Minnesota and hoping that he can win in an upset in Kansas, to gain momentum.


April 3rd-
Minnesota

Pawlenty 78.9%
Santorum 21.1%

Kansas

Santorum 52.4%
Pawlenty 47.6%

April 4th- Although not winning Kansas, Pawlenty still won big and was able to widen his delegate lead for the first time in a while. The next primaries are in Oklahoma, and Texas.


April 8th- During the sixth republican primary debate, now down to two, Pawlenty attacked Santorum for saying that the United States should not support a two state solution and that we should have intevened in the West Bank conflict.


April 10th-
Oklahoma

Santorum 55.6%
Pawlenty 44.4%

Texas

Santorum 56.1%
Pawlenty 43.9%

April 12th- Even though Santorum won both Texas, and Oklahome big last night, and narrowed Pawlenty's delegate lead to 9, Pawlenty still claims the race is his. This claim may be true, because the next few states are seen as Pawlenty favorable.


April 16th- With tomorrows primaries in Colorado, and Utah, Santorum is looking ahead and campaigning in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arizona, and California which all take place in late May.


April 17th-
Colorado

Pawlenty 54.1%
Santorum 45.9%

Utah

Pawlenty 52.9%
Santorum 47.1%

April 18th- Catching wins in both primaries last night, things are looking good for Pawlenty, even though he and Santorum are still in a dead heat.

Republican Nomination
Santorum 46.1%
Pawlenty 45.2%
Not Sure 8.7%

April 23rd- President Clinton announced today another trip to Israel, to try and broker out a longer peace deal between Israel, and the West Bank. President Clinton has used the same tactics the past three years.


April 24th-
Washington

Pawlenty 60.1%
Santorum 39.9%

Oregan

Pawlenty 57.9%
Santorum 42.1%

April 25th- Former Minnesota Governor celebrated yet another victory today, being the first candidate to pass 500 delegates.


April 29th- The next primaries to be held on May 8th, are Massachussets, Connectuct, New Jersey, Virginia , and Indiana. Tim Pawlenty is hoping that big wins on that day could make him the front runner for the nomination.


May 1st- Unemployment at 8.9%

May 3rd- Returning from Israel today, President Clinton announced that she was succesful in making a yearlong peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Seeing that unemployment dropped below nine percent this month, President Clinton declared it as a safe, and that ten percent is now just a bad memory.


May 8th-
Massachuessets

Pawlenty 63.7%
Santorum 36.3%

Connecticut

Pawlenty 60.4%
Santorum 39.6%

New Jersey

Pawlenty 52.7%
Santorum 47.3%

Virginia

Santorum 51.6%
Pawlenty 48.4%

Indiana

Santorum 51.4%
Pawlenty 48.6%

May 9th- Pawlenty won big again last night, bringing his delegate lead to 42. Pawlenty has taken the lead in the polls and, the next four primaries are up for grabs.

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 47.9%
Santorum 44.1%
Not Sure 8.0%

May 13th- President Clinton confirmed in Chicago today that Barack Obama will be running mate again in 2012. Choosing another running mate, was thought unlikely prior anyway.


May 15th-
North Carolina

Santorum 50.9%
Pawlenty 49.1%

Tennessee

Santorum 54.3%
Pawlenty 45.7%

Arizona

Pawlenty 51.1%
Santorum 48.9%

California

Pawlenty 61.4%
Santorum 38.6%



Do you approve of President Clinton?
Disapprove 45.5%
Approve 45.0%

Republican Nomination
Pawlenty 50.0%
Santorum 43.4%
Not Sure 6.6%

Head to Head Polling

Santorum 45%
Clinton 45%

Pawlenty 48%
Clinton 44%



Pawlenty 831
Santorum 755
Gingrich 94
Pataki 85
Daniels 84
Barbour 3
Johnson 1
Perry 0
Pence 0



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« Reply #148 on: March 31, 2010, 10:38:54 am »
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General Election Polling

Clinton Vs. Pawlenty

Clinton Vs. Santorum

PLEASE REVIEW!!!!!!!!
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« Reply #149 on: March 31, 2010, 01:27:18 pm »
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Go Clinton, go!!

OBAMA 2016!
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My evolution (by The Political Matrix):
E: -6.06 -> -6.97 -> -6.97 -> -8.13 -> -7.29 -> -8.26 -> -8.65 -> -7.03
S: -6.78 -> -6.09 -> -7.30 -> -7.13 -> -8.09 -> -8.35 -> -9.04 -> -8.61
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