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You guys cannot blame her for stopping her proposals with an economy this bad? I mean seriously? its not really her fault, if you guys want to blame anyone...Blame big business... What have they done? Nothing but screwed up and f*cked up our entire economy because of greed... Yeha i didn't vote for her, I like Pat Mc... but have some smarts and do not be so damn opinionated....

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Blame big business...

Sadly, that's what the people in control want you to think.

Think about this: do business have more or less free reign than they did 15 years ago?

If so, who gave them this power?

If not, why did they wait until now to be so "greedy"?

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Anyone who votes for anybody based on specific campaign promises is fooling themselves of course. You vote for someone because you agree with more of their basic positions and thoughts on the important matters of the day than anyone else.

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I was so hoping she would not win this election. I think she is going to NC worst governor.

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You were supposed to post that in the chippendales.com forum

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So campaiging is for what again?

This is the problem we have with political identity.

This is the insanity of the system we have. Tons voted for her based on straight ticket. Some because she was a woman and others because she was a Dem.

Those aren't the ones shocked by what she isn't going to do now. They didn't even know what she stood for in the first place.

My own Mosquito Coast looks more and more real now...

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So campaiging is for what again?

This is the problem we have with political identity.

This is the insanity of the system we have. Tons voted for her based on straight ticket. Some because she was a woman and others because she was a Dem.

Those aren't the ones shocked by what she isn't going to do now. They didn't even know what she stood for in the first place.

My own Mosquito Coast looks more and more real now...

You need to read a bit. Place where we piss.

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I was so hoping she would not win this election. I think she is going to NC worst governor.

Oh, she will and then get re-elected. This state can't help but send retards to the gov mansion.

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