(CNN) – It was crunch time for Republican presidential candidates Tuesday as they worked to sway undecided voters before polls closed in Florida.
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I live in Broward County, FL. Was eerily quiet today. No lines at polls. No signs anywhere except a few for Romney. No exit pollers (how are media reporting exit polls if they only poll at a few places?). No media anywhere (but then I don't live in Miami which is where they tend to focus because of all the Cubans). Almost felt as if there was no election today. If Florida is such a big decision state (being they moved their date up and all), it sure didn't show today. It was a "non-event."
I am totally disappointed with Maxine Waters. These ladies that are supporting Hillary Clinton will get the surprise of their lives. What has she promised them?
why are these idiots patting themselves on the back. this so called stimules plan is a joke rich people dont need these rebates but there going to get one what about the people on fixed incomes not getting one dont you think these people need it to if no more so. its clear to me that our elected oficialsdo not care about the american people. you can send billions of dollars to other country without a blink but they make it a big deal to help americans.
I'm actually surprised over all the fair-weather friends that use to be buddy buddy with the Clintons. The fight for the Dem Party is on. Left-wing liberals (Kennedy, Kerry, Obama) vs. centrist Democrats (Clintons). Gee, the latter has won in general elections, not the former. Ever wonder why the Republicans attack Hillary so much and are silent about Obama. They are salivating at the possibility of running against another left-wing Democrat! Obama may say "yes we can," Hillary says, "yes we will." An important distinction, don't you think?
Are women supporting Clinton just because she is a women? If that is the case, this country will go down hill really fast (not that we aren't already).
We don't need another John F. Kennedy act-a-like. What America needs most is a candidate who will ask the tough question "Don't ask what you can do for your country – Ask what your country can do for you!" After all it's not about them it's about us (us being the United States). No-one in America should go to bed at night without a roof over their head – a bed to sleep in – food on the table – and health care. We need a Man or Woman candidate who will put Americans wants and needs first and every other countries second. That person should be our next President.
Did anyone else notice that CNN had Montana highlighted as a state participating in Super Tuesday?? We don't vote until June (as if Montana really matters).