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1 day to go and still undecided

The election is 24 hours and way and some people still pushing the "undecided" card. How can you be an informed member of the electorate and still be undecided with less than 24 hours to go? I suppose being "decided" is not sexy enough. God knows no 24-news network will put you on if you are one of the "decided".


CNN even put one of these morons on it's cover page as an "iReporter". What a load of bull. BTW, this dude is one of the morons who claim to be democrat and yet voted in Bush for a second term in 2004. Idiots like this shouldn't be allowed to vote.

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