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http://www.kpho.com/story/19662091/*...clipId=7776722

Not sure if you can watch the video but the link also has the article that you can read.

everytime I watched on TV the campaign commercials on how the sheriff protect children by putting the deadbeat parents who did not pay child support in jail or how he is such a caring man that whenever there was any report of animal abuse, he will immediately take action, I wanted to puke.
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When I click on it, I get a page with only this on it:

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the auto policing of MTF **** out the 'r a p e' in the link
try copy and paste this but replace the **** out part plus remove the space between www

w w w.kpho.com/story/19662091/****-victim-opens-up-about-botched-mcso-investigation

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Before we moved to US, Jr. used to play outside with his friends from the neighborhood by themselves. They were a group of about 5-6 kids aging 4,5&6. Glad non of the moms including me were arrested

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I am going to Chaves today! It's a long weekeend because tomorrow it's a holiday here!

So much has been happening here, I have been sleeping 5 hours a day for over 2 weeks now.

And Nole played twice already and I had no idea.

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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

I am reading that the debate didn't go very well for Obama. Is this debate that important and influential?
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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

Oh my god, I am watching this debate. This is so different from our debates here. It sounds all sooo fake!

Also, it sounds like the role is reversed and Romney is the Democrat? Or maybe I just don't understand a thing.

Mr. President was so nervous, Romney looked so confident.

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Romney is kind of like Obama 4 years ago, lots of talk but no realistical plan how they can be done. He said his plan for medicare is to let state government to handle it but he said with HIS plan, people with existing helath problem will have insurance. How the hell he can guarantee this when it's in the hand of state government? I bet my house and my son that AZ Republicans will not make this happen
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Romney is kind of like Obama 4 years ago, lots of talk but no realistical plan how they can be done. He said his plan for medicare is to let state government to handle it but he said with HIS plan, people with existing helath problem will have insurance. How the hell he can guarantee this when it's in the hand of state government? I bet my house and my son that AZ Republicans will not make this happen
That is what I thought. Romney is looking so much better because he is making unrealistic promises that he can't keep, while Obama isn't looking as good because he knows half that stuff is impossible.

But in the end, and I am watching this, for the common man walking down the street, Romney sounded way better, more confident and said stuff people want to hear. And Obama really seems uncomfortable!

How are you and the family?
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And dear Mitt does not make me feel he really understands people who rely on paycheck for the day-to-day living. he might be a poor student at one time but the security net provided by his family was always there. He has no freaking idea if life makes an unfortunate turn, your plan for your future is thrown out of the window.
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Long story with my family and needs to go in a minute to drive Jr. to school
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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

And one thing that annoys me me very much. I saw/heard Eva Longoria do this while campaigning for Obama and now I see that everyone in politics do this, and the two candidates did in the debate: they keep saying "this teacher I talked to in LV" or "I met a man who owned a small company and taxes bla bla bla". Is this real? Because it sounds so fake! Did they really meet these people or they just make it up? Eva Longoria's story sounded especially fake.

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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

I don't honestly know how people can still be undecided to the point where a debate is going to sway them unless you're really not secure in your own beliefs. Obama could have played Draw Something on stage for 90 minutes last night and I'd still be voting the same way I plan to because I already know what I need to know about the candidates and their platforms I mean, it's not like back in the day where you might not know anything about a candidate until the debate is played on the radio and your whole family gathers round

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