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  • paultaylorsr100 Nov 6, 5:19 p.m.

    Have we not paid enough just to have elected the "first black president"? I don't want to pay another 4 years. Time to move on!

  • NiceNSmooth Nov 6, 4:21 p.m.

    LOL...a victory party in Massachusetts in a state that will not vote for him?

    I guess they know him best.

    lol... agreed!!! Only people attending the party in Massachusetts will be the media

  • BitCoin Trader Nov 6, 4:04 p.m.

    Obama is up 17 points in Massechusetts. Why is the party there for Romney? LOL per vinylcarwraps23

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    The Obama's have purchased a home in Hawaii and that is were he plans on building "his" presidential library...so why not have his party in Hawaii?

    affirmativediversity

    November 6, 2012 3:03 p.m.

    I dont care if Obama has his speech in Kenya. I didnt vote for either of those Goldmann Sachs funded "candidates".

  • affirmativediversity Nov 6, 3:03 p.m.

    Obama is up 17 points in Massechusetts. Why is the party there for Romney? LOL per vinylcarwraps23

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    The Obama's have purchased a home in Hawaii and that is were he plans on building "his" presidential library...so why not have his party in Hawaii?

  • affirmativediversity Nov 6, 3:01 p.m.

    "There's a hope and a sense that he's going to squeak through. That's my prayer as well," Boone said. (a Obama supporter)

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    How absolutely pathetic...they are "hoping" Obama will "squeak through"..."squeak through"...after 4 years as President and they are hoping he'll "squeak through"

    Its not quite as bad as the "Oh there was a major storm that left millions without power for days and destroyed thousand of families' home BUT hey President Obama got to "play at being Presidential" so you should vote for him"...

    If he has to "squeak through" on the misery and suffering of Americans what does that truly say about him?

  • 4Strikes Nov 6, 2:57 p.m.

    "Its hard to imagine either one of these guys giving the other a concession speech and accepting defeat. I foresee one side being EXTREMELY upset if "their guy" does not win ..... "

    I thought that was Obama's concession speach when he was crying last night and couldn't even fill half of an area with Bruce Springstein and Jay-Z there.

  • 4Strikes Nov 6, 2:52 p.m.

    The Chicago riots are going to be awesome.

  • BitCoin Trader Nov 6, 2:29 p.m.

    Obama is up 17 points in Massechusetts. Why is the party there for Romney? LOL

  • Crumps Br0ther Nov 6, 2:21 p.m.

    Its hard to imagine either one of these guys giving the other a concession speech and accepting defeat. I foresee one side being EXTREMELY upset if "their guy" does not win .....

    PanthersFan45

    You mean like all the threats of rioting those classy dems have been making for 2 weeks? I havent heard a right winder threatedn violence if Romney loses. The people who have put all their faith in the failure Barry Hussein are becoming unhinged, and will get even worse when their precious entitlement programs they voted for start to run out of money. You cannot depend on government for anything Katrina and Sandy have shown the ones that pay attention that very fact.

  • JustAName Nov 6, 12:22 p.m.

    I guess everywhere else should prepare for riots.

  • heisenberg Nov 6, 12:14 p.m.

    Chicago will be crying in their beer :(

  • forautumn Nov 6, 10:59 a.m.

    LOL...a victory party in Massachusetts in a state that will not vote for him?

    I guess they know him best.

    How bout Michigan?

    Oops.

  • dwntwnboy Nov 6, 10:31 a.m.

    My fear is the prospect of the 269-269 tie!! Then we would have a President Romney and VP Biden. Talk about having the whole thing tossed up in the air!

  • PanthersFan45 Nov 5, 7:45 p.m.

    Its hard to imagine either one of these guys giving the other a concession speech and accepting defeat. I foresee one side being EXTREMELY upset if "their guy" does not win ..... you never know, it could be close enough that no winner will be announced and there will be NO victory parties.

  • kdawg Nov 5, 7:16 p.m.

    A Republican celebration in Massachusetts seems a bit misplaced, but I guess Salt Lake would be too obvious.

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