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  1. #1
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    California Corruption

    its been 4 days after the election.

    Obama was named President before Calfornia's votes were counted.

    all of the big money propositions were supposidly approved by the voters.
    all of the controversial propositions are "still being counted"
    (with the exception of prop 8, which supposidly only passed by 400,000 votes)

    California sure has a lot of republican politicians for a state who is rumored to be dominated by democrats.

    all of the governors are usually republicans like Arnold,
    Pete Wilson
    Riorden
    we have numbers of republicans who have been in office forever like Zev Yerogjyhmnugkfilgski
    3 out of 5 of the Los Angeles Board Of Supervisors are republican.
    48% of the ultra liberal 9th circuit court are republican.

    i guess you don't need to count presidential votes when you know the polls are fixed eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfstrike View Post
    its been 4 days after the election.

    Obama was named President before Calfornia's votes were counted.

    all of the big money propositions were supposidly approved by the voters.
    all of the controversial propositions are "still being counted"
    (with the exception of prop 8, which supposidly only passed by 400,000 votes)

    California sure has a lot of republican politicians for a state who is rumored to be dominated by democrats.

    all of the governors are usually republicans like Arnold,
    Pete Wilson
    Riorden
    we have numbers of republicans who have been in office forever like Zev Yerogjyhmnugkfilgski
    3 out of 5 of the Los Angeles Board Of Supervisors are republican.
    48% of the ultra liberal 9th circuit court are republican.

    i guess you don't need to count presidential votes when you know the polls are fixed eh?
    it does seem a bit sus wolf. You'd think the republicans would be able to rig the ballots in their own state.
    Mistakes are a part of being human. Appreciate your mistakes for what they are: precious life lessons that can only be learned the hard way. Unless it's a fatal mistake, which, at least, others can learn from. Al Franken, "Oh, the Things I Know", 2002

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