I do not know what to do anymore

I have tried to reach out. I have tried to stay on message? I am sorry I can not carry the water. Oh well!

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Wow talk about ratings abuse

Okay so I have had comments Hide Rated a lot recently. I have only given a Hide Rating to one post. I give troll ratings sparingly and try to only give them to post that attack and demean without provocation. Here is my most recent ratings that I have given:

1) Re: Fight for Equality [2.00], by feelfree, Rated: 2
Posted on 07/13/2008 03:33:01 PM EST
Rated on 07/13/2008 03:56:46 PM EST

2) He is black [1.41], by JJE, Rated: 1
Posted on 07/11/2008 01:00:23 PM EST
Rated on 07/11/2008 02:53:16 PM EST

3) Re: Obama's Fundraising Down? [2.00], by SophieL, Rated: 2
Posted on 07/10/2008 09:41:46 PM EST
Rated on 07/10/2008 10:12:32 PM EST

4) Re: John McCain Raises $22 M [2.00], by chiefscribe, Rated: 2
Posted on 07/10/2008 08:23:10 PM EST
Rated on 07/10/2008 08:40:20 PM EST

5) Re: Answer: Because the PUMA [2.00], by SuGeAtARC, Rated: 2
Posted on 07/10/2008 11:07:34 AM EST
Rated on 07/10/2008 12:41:24 PM EST

6) ultra tip jar [1.57], by Lakrosse, Rated: 2
Posted on 07/01/2008 07:02:14 PM EST
Rated on 07/01/2008 09:01:52 PM EST

7) Re: Last 2 weeks [1.50], by Reaper0Bot0, Rated: 1
Posted on 07/01/2008 01:34:02 PM EST
Rated on 07/01/2008 05:27:06 PM EST

8) Re: Honestly [1.25], by Tenafly Viper, Rated: 1
Posted on 06/23/2008 09:42:44 PM EST
Rated on 06/23/2008 10:37:37 PM EST

9) Why [1.92], by kevin22262, Rated: 2
Posted on 06/23/2008 09:02:04 PM EST
Rated on 06/23/2008 10:37:37 PM EST

10) Re: Methinks the best ticket may be [1.80], by ragekage, Rated: 1
Posted on 06/02/2008 10:20:26 PM EST
Rated on 06/02/2008 10:27:23 PM EST

11) And the trolls roll out... [1.65], by ragekage, Rated: 0
Posted on 06/02/2008 09:40:36 PM EST
Rated on 06/02/2008 10:27:23 PM ESTT

12) [Hidden Comment]

So here is a comment that was hide rated of mine:

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Stop Trying to use Roe vs Wade to Blackmail me!

I have always been pro choice. I cannot imagine a day when I will not be. I, like many women before me have fought and won the battle for choice for decades. Just like many other issues that concern women, we have fought the battles and carried the banner and made many great advances.

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Kristin Elliott, 18, Asked Make-A-Wish Foundation

I know this is not about politics but it is about grassroots and one person trying to make a real difference, so lets all join together, differences aside, and help this girl do something good. I have posted some quotes from the article but it really is a good story and you should click the link and read the whole thing.

Kristin Elliott, 18, Asked Make-A-Wish Foundation to Help Build African Orphanage.

Help Her do it.

Kristin Elliott Featured as ABC's Person of the Week.

http://abcnews.go.com/WN/PersonOfWeek/St ory?id=4776877&page=2

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I Hope!

After the 2000 election I woke up and wondered how almost half of the U.S. voting population could have voted for such an idiot making the election so close that the SCOTUS could have the opportunity to award the job of POTUS to a blithering idiot like George W. Bush. The one thing I never lost was hope. I believed that the American people would see what I saw and right this wrong.

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Candidates NCAA Tournament Picks

The Press has made a big deal about the candidates NCAA Tournament Picks. Obama picked North Carolina Hillary picked Bills Alma Mater Georgetown and lets just be honest I don't know or care who McCain picked. But the question of the candidates picks tells us more about the media than it does about the candidates.

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The Speech No One Can Find!

For those of you who say Senator Clinton supported "BUSH'S war from the beginning here it is from the Congressional Record, and straight from the horses mouth. Please read it all before you comment, since "partially informed is poorly informed"

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Why many don't get it. Barack Has lost the General Election

    In 2004 more than 122 million people voted in the November election, a number that translates into the highest turnout -- 60.7 percent -- since 1968. To date roughly 28 million people have voted in the Democratic Primaries. Barack Obama has received 13,857,346 votes, Hillary Clinton has received 13,776,704. Thus far 23% of those who voted in 2004 have cast a ballot for a Democratic candidate in this primary season.

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