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Obama's slow-speed victory continues with votes not counted yet

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The votes are not all in yet, and Obama continues his slow grind to a 4.5 million vote victory and, yes, a mandate.

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The votes are not all in yet, and Obama continues his slow grind to a 4.5 million vote victory and, yes, a mandate; he already won the Electoral College vote by 3:2 (See here), in spite of some ridiculously desperate moves to swing the college to Romney.
Now, why doesn't Obama act like he's won?
Why this infernal boosting of Republic losers like Mitt never-want-to-hear-from-you-again Romney, by having him for lunch - that is, sharing lunch with him?
Most importantly, why does Washington State still have 10% uncounted votes? Why does New York have 2% uncounted votes, only in the dense blue urban metro New York City area?
We need a national voting system, transparent and uniform everywhere.
Why does the media not report on the "blue flew" of mostly blue urban areas, still undercounted?

Today, Karl Rove got benched at Fox News, along with Dick Morris.

 

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