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    Harley Race was one of my favorite wrestlers and I enjoyed every card he was on.

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    I'd vote for Harley.

    At least you knew he was fake upfront.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    LOL at all of you looking through your own lenses and then saying "No U."

    I'm going to use that same lens and say:

    "I think 8 Billion dollars, that was frozen, and their fucked up the economy had more to do with anything related to Reagan or Carter.
    I definitely have a lens, mostly historical because of my interests and technical because if my job and education. The history thing means I grab a lot of bias from the historians and whatever I am currently reading affects my outlook. Technical is a big bias because the world is not a problem to be solved.

    I think you are right about the Iranians. The whole hostage thing was risky on many levels. Regardless of who was president it could have escalated to full war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungryjoe View Post
    I hope Romney wins and loses the popular vote.

    Time to get rid of that stupid electoral college thingy.

    With you on the race card.

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    Problem with getting rid of electoral college is voter fraud in heavily red or blue states. Currently there is no incentive to cheat once you have the electoral votes locked down.

    Maybe eliminate winner takes all for electoral votes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike321 View Post
    Technical is a big bias because the world is not a problem to be solved.
    That is an interesting point of view. In the 'Big Picture', the world is full of problems, but it isn't a problem; people are the problem LOL.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mike321 View Post
    I definitely have a lens, mostly historical because of my interests and technical because if my job and education. The history thing means I grab a lot of bias from the historians and whatever I am currently reading affects my outlook. Technical is a big bias because the world is not a problem to be solved.
    So wait, you say this and then follow it up with this?
    Quote Originally Posted by mike321 View Post
    Problem with getting rid of electoral college is voter fraud in heavily red or blue states. Currently there is no incentive to cheat once you have the electoral votes locked down.
    Sorry, can't take you seriously now. Voter fraud occurs now and is influential. No, red and blue doesn't matter. I referenced Gore Bush because of all of the claims of fraud, hidden ballots and other BS. I am not even addressing the hanging "chad" issue.

    Maybe eliminate winner takes all for electoral votes?
    Which is half a step away from all votes counting individually.
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    I said I get too technical!

    Fraud currently is a swing state issue. Let's take California and Texas. You can't use influence in either state to affect the overall election beyond your electors. Winning by 62% or 70% it is no different. With a popular vote both states could run up the votes with fraud and affect election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike321 View Post
    I said I get too technical!

    Fraud currently is a swing state issue. Let's take California and Texas. You can't use influence in either state to affect the overall election beyond your electors. Winning by 62% or 70% it is no different. With a popular vote both states could run up the votes with fraud and affect election.
    Fraud is an every state issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Fraud is an every state issue.
    Why would you commit fraud on a presidential election if you have a strong lead in a state? Even if you do the votes are the same.

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    And Spain will count the votes (some).

    http://www.westernjournalism.com/spa...s-in-november/

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