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    MoveAgainstBush.org

    You already know that any vote in traditionally democrat New York or California counts less than, say, in Ohio or New Mexico. So, why not move there, so that your vote counts more? It's just a matter of optimizing your vote, and taking it where it really counts. Two hundred thousands votes less in New York will be barely noticed, while they can make a big difference in New Mexico. In fact, they can make a New Alburquerque.

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    De: Flink Fecha: 2004-11-07 17:24

    blip... blip... activating cheat codes... blip...



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-11-07 17:30

    Er... yes, that too...



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