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March 15, 2013


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Sam Smith

The idiots get what they voted for, there agenda was public knowledge

Adam Cohen

if your going to call anyone an idiot ( not that i disagree with you) you should make sure you dont make simple grammatical errors in your comment. Just saying...

Their - Possessive, "belonging to them"

There - A physical place, as in "It's over there"


LOL...... Yes you are correct you get what you vote for Look what we have ended up with in the last few election cycles.... Bev, Mike?...Yeah they did a really good job...what a joke.


I live in North Carolina, and we idiots did not get what we voted for, we got what Art Pope paid for. Pope has spent more than $40 million in the last 10 years pushing his far-right agenda on North Carolina and financing politicians who will carry it out. Though gerrymandering is usually thought of as a bi-partisan offense, the highly successful Republican State Leadership Committee's $30 million investment to take over state houses hit North Carolina especially hard. This was made all the easier by the massive amounts of Pope money focused on North Carolina. The governor he helped to put in office, Pat McCrory, rewarded him by appointing Pope to head the state's Office of Budget and Management.

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