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  • kgspot0727 kgspot0727 Oct 16, 2012 9:22 PM Flag

    Debate moderator Candy Crowley is a nasty commie from CNN

    she is the related to Barbara Bush through her father aliester crowley a known Satanist. Amanda wickedest man alive in his time. he sacrificed hundreds of little boys. Our gov't is run by Satanist and follow the luciferian doctrine. A vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil. count me out. George soros own the company that makes the voting machines...=rigged election. refuting this info only shows your ignorance.

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    • Wow, I believe this board has just seen a new level of crazy.

    • kgspot, You have got to be steve/kirk of the past because you exhibit the same level of lunacy.
      As far as your allegation about voting machines, if they are rigged it is not on Obama's behalf. The machines that are going to be used in Ohio and Colorado, two of the most important swing states, have been supplied by Hart InterCivic. The majority owner of Hart is H.I.G. a private equity firm founded by a former Bain & Co employee and bundler for the Romney campaign. In fact 7 members of the Hart Board of Directors are former Bain & Co employees. H.I.G itself is the 11th largest donator to the Romney campaign and two of the Directors were at the now infamous "47%" fundraiser dinner in Florida.

      The largest suppliers of voting machines, other than Hart, are ES&S, Premier, Sequoia, and Dominion. ES&S, the largest of them all, has strong GOP affliations. Which of these are George Soros owned companies?

 
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