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originally posted by: Raggedyman
originally posted by: Byrd
a reply to: CrapAsUsual
I noticed that while Trump was at big "WE LOVE YOU!" rallies, Clinton was working smaller venues of undecided and "likely" voters rather than playing to the crowd.
I think that's a better strategy.
How do you know they were undecided, the question mark placards they were holding
The "I might likely vote for you" bumper stickers
originally posted by: Violater1 The Law Enforcement community is fed up,
the military is fed up,
and GOP supporters are fed up.
A succession of IG audits, investigations and inspections, the report said, found “repeated examples of poor contract file administration.” Among the examples it cited was a recent audit of the “closeout process for contracts supporting the U.S. mission in Iraq.” When auditors asked for a sample of 115 contract files, officials were unable to provide 33 of them, totaling $2.1 billion. Of the remaining 82, the report said, 48 contained insufficient documents required by federal law.
originally posted by: MisterSpock
Just because a concert is sold out, doesn't mean the artist is popular.
Just because a movie sets box office records, doesn't mean it's more popular than one that flops.