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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

 



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THE OFFICIAL LDOTTER ELECTION NIGHT ROUNDTABLE
Come on in and join the party. Relax. Everything is going to be okay.
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Brit Hume on presidential polling:
‘There’s something wrong here’

Getting the feeling this is going to be a very long day?
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The Rehabilitation of St. Barack
Win or lose, O's image is going to need time in rehab.
Here's the Obamedia's next great idea. Try not to hurl.
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The Benghazi Bleed
Should things turn ugly today remember, Richard Nixon
never completed his second term.
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Media Gave 'Pathetic' Benghazi Coverage To Aid Obama
The more blatant examples of Obamedia cover-up of Benghazi.
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Why Obama Must Go
Nobody has said it better.
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Your Election Day Golden Oldie
A loyal Ldotter sent this along especially for today.
Dare you not to get goose-bumps.
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Must Reads for Monday, November 05, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Must Read Archive [Last 60 Days]

      


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