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"euthanasia" - yeah, that was a big issue this year. Not. And you're making up the "stem cell" thing, too. Ed, predictions only make you come off as ultra looney.
The irony of Staten Island and the Rockaways voting Republican is the same as donating money WNYC while Brian Lehrer regularly hosts spokesman from the American Enterprise Institute (their position is that Global Warming is not real, and even if it is, we'll just adapt).
Not that this matters for New York cause he will win no matter what but,In a bunch of state if people vote the democratic line it does not include the vote for the president.That is separate, so people may pull the lever (not sure where that happens anymore) and think that they voted for Obama but they will have not.
Ed, so if Obama is re-elected there will be a disaster from God. But if Romney is elected, that will be a man-made disaster. So either way we're screwed!
Ed, keep dreaming about establishing a Catholic caliphate in your head. The rest of us will focus on keeping this country a democracy.
I predict that if President Obama is re-elected, because of the evil things he supports (abortion, embryonic stem cell research, same sex marriage, restriction of religious liberty, and euthanasia), there will be a severe disaster by the end of the year or soon after. It can't go on like this much longer.
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