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    I'm furious about my squandered nation.

    Thursday, May 29, 2008

    Michigan, a state full of nincompoops who can't vote their own best interests

    Republican presidential hopeful John McCain could break Democrats' long-standing hold on Michigan, a poll indicates.

    For 16 years, Michigan has supported the Democratic presidential nominee, The Detroit News reported Thursday.

    WXYZ-Action News poll shows McCain leading in the Wolverine State by four points. He leads Democrat Barack Obama 44 percent to 40 percent.

    The poll showed if Obama taps Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as his running mate he could beat McCain if the Arizona's running mate is former rival Mitt Romney.

    In a hypothetical matchup between Obama and Clinton versus McCain and Romney, the Democratic duo would win 51 percent to 44 percent, the newspaper reported.



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