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VOTE!!! The Game: Obama Leads Romney 51-49

Chris Buffa (Modojo): If the majority of polls are somewhat accurate, tomorrow's November 6 presidential election will be among the closest the U.S. has ever seen. There's a strong belief, with numbers supporting it, that it's a literal tossup between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. (iPad, iPhone, VOTE!!! The Game)

thorstein  +   901d ago
Barack FTW!
SilentNegotiator  +   901d ago
Yay! Go ACTA and the NDAA!
raytraceme  +   901d ago
SOPA was introduced by a republican texas representative. Both are bad for the american people. I am and will always be an independent.
SilentNegotiator  +   901d ago
So Mitt = "all republicans" then?
SilentNegotiator  +   901d ago
Romney spoke out against SOPA, while Obama signed ACTA without congressional support.

But it looks like 4 more years of economic suicide is at hand, so enjoy.
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morkendo23  +   901d ago
Dude, illuminati aka GLOBE ELITE dont care who wins they control both republican/ democrat. they dicide who they want to run the country.

incase anyone dont know who they are they are the billionares of this world who worship the DEVIL and is the world GOD./ gates,jp morgans,fords,li,kennedy's ,astor,bundy's,collins,Dup o nts,freeman's,onassis,rock e feller,reynolds,rothchild,russ e ll,van duyn,bushes,chaney.
they are the ones controling everything from the media to weather control machines. now everyone know where SUPER sandy came from (man made machines)

im sure they will track me down for saying this.
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dkgshiz  +   901d ago
Nothing is going to change regardless who wins. Time for a revolution and get rid of this two party donkey show.
Soldierone  +   901d ago
Voted all third choices I could. Voted NO for all the judges as well, and voted NO to the 20 different "let the government spend more money!" propositions.

It's sad that one of the props was to get rid of all third parties. It stated "only two parties will appear on the ballot" voted NO in big DARK ink on that one.
Yangus  +   901d ago
I think not big different political mentality Obama vs Romney,simple illusion.
Biggest  +   901d ago
That is a cop out response. There are extremely clear differences between the two in almost every category. The only thing that may change that is the crowd in front of Romney. If the crowd says "Jump!" Romney will jump with various degrees of effort until he gets it right.
Zha1tan  +   901d ago
The people who really win are the ones funding the campaigns, the rich who lobby politicians into doing what they want to suit their ends.

lol this election is nothing short of a sham to distract people from the real issues and its amusing to see how people think if either one of these puppets things are magically going to get better when America is 14 TRILLION dollars in debt.

There is no recovery from that figure sorry to say.
SilentNegotiator  +   901d ago
It's Goldman Sachs vs Goldman Sachs.
Zha1tan  +   901d ago
Pretty much.

If people bothered to research the campaigns and who was funding them they would have picked up on the remarkable conincedence that the same companies are funding both the romney and the obama campaigns.

It was a two horse race right from the very beginning the winner of the two still being in debt and influenced by the people who funded their campaigns i.e the big banks and powerful corprations.
GreenRanger  +   901d ago
Do i get to vote?
With the way the TV stations here in Ireland like to shove this down my throat, i thought it was something that affected my life in some way and i had a say in it.
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Messor  +   901d ago
It's annoying but i suppose it's world news.
Personally, i could care less about it.
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Hufandpuf  +   901d ago
Maybe because the President of the United States is the representative of relations between MANY different countries, and is important to a lot of people across the world.
GreenRanger  +   901d ago
I can understand that but the presidential election of another country taking up the majority of the main evening news seems pointless since the average Joe won't be affected by it.
Hufandpuf  +   901d ago
true. I don't live in Ireland so i'm just saying what I know. i do know that the president does matter to most countries because of the polices of trade. Also, many countries want the U.S out of the recession because of the inflation of the U.S dollar, so they want to be aware of what's going on.
bryam1982  +   901d ago
Is the president of the most powerful country of the world thats why!
BuffMordecai  +   901d ago
Barack depends on the idiot vote, and since Americans are complete morons, he is a shoe-in. We are already 2 years away from where Greece was when it had its financial dept crisis, and with 4 more years its projected that the our dept will go up to 20 trillion dollars. Considering Obama's never passed a budget, I have no doubt our dept will go up that high. Its like this country wants to commit suicide.

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