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sarge43

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Hometown: Michigan
Current location: New Hampshire
Member since: Sat Jan 7, 2006, 06:56 PM
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77 year old white woman here

My deepest thanks to everyone who stepped up and said, "Enough" and made it happen. As al bupp wrote you brought back the light.

The 78 year old white guy in the other room also says thank you for renewing hope.

No Democratic celebration complete without

Yes. Been waiting four years to Celerbrate

Congratulations President Elect Biden and Vice President Elect Harris! We got you back.

Motown kept the promise.

https//

Miss Jean Louise, stand up

Conservative New Hampshire paper backs Joe Biden -- its first Democratic endorsement in 100 years

Source: CNN

The New Hampshire Union Leader, a conservative leaning newspaper, has endorsed Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, for president, despite its century-long history of backing Republicans.

Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/25/media/new-hampshire-union-leader-democrat-endorsement-joe-biden/index.html



What's extra sweet is Trump was here in Graniteland this afternoon.

"Hold please."

How is mandatory voting in Australia enforced?

I'm assuming there's a carrot and stick incentive in place.

The US has ten times the population of Australia. Rough estimate: 300M of voting age in the US. Let's say 10% of them decide "Don't wanna; ain't gonna." Will they be fined, jailed, voting rights revoked? Who does the tracking, federal or states? Will this apply to all elections, from municipalities to states to federal?

Making it mandatory to vote isn't going to change the difficulty to vote. That will just ensure that a lot of people have "broken the law". How will mandatory voting stop "money is speech" and the dirty tricks? If anything it will give the creeps even more incentive to do their voodoo.

A mensch

I'll be very proud to vote for him.

The expressions' on the audience's faces.

That makes that scene.
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