Final Prediction

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  1. saturneptune

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    OK folks, only three days until election day. No more excuses for surprise events. I would greatly appreciate hearing your electoral college and popular vote predictions based not based on who you are going to vote for.

    Electoral College
    Obama 271
    Romney 266

    Popular Vote
    Obama 47.3%
    Romney 49.8%
     
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  2. poncho

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    I'm kind of curious SN are you going to be wearing a jersey with Romney's name on the back while you wait for the election results?
     
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    No, but I am wearing underwear with his image on the front and Ryan on the back.
     
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    Romney- 283
    Obama- 255

    Romney- 52%
    Obama- 48%
     
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    Thank you for the response.
     
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    Hmmm, smells like team spirit. :laugh:
     
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    You know, you could give a prediction. This thread has nothing to do with who one does or does not plan on voting for.
     
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    Dick Morris is predicting a landslide for Romney, says over 300 EC votes.
     
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    I was being very cautious here, I did not give Romney Mich., Penn., Ohio, Minn., or N.Mex., which he may win. I believe Romney has a great chance of winning Ohio, Mich., and Penn. especially. If so, then it would be;

    Romney- 337
    Obama- 201

    The storm will help Romney in Penn., the eastern part of the state if highly Democratic, the western part more Republican. Folks in the eastern half of the state will have more difficulty getting out.

    Michigan is Romney's home state, so could go his way, Ohio is a real toss-up.
     
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    I gave my numbers from a purely objective viewpoint. There is no doubt in my mind Romney will win the popular vote. I hope I am wrong about the electoral.
     
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    Romney does not have to win Ohio, too much emphasis has been put on this state. If Romney can win Colorado, Iowa, and New Hampshire, and then all the states he is predicted to win, he will have 271. But I believe he will get Wisconsin because it is Ryan's home state, and the last two elections there have gone to the Republicans. I believe this will sew it up for Romney.
     
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    It wouldn't be fair for me to make a prediction I already know the outcome based on a mathematical equation that has proven to be 100% accurate since G.H.W. Bush was president.

    Wouldn't want to spoil the tailgate party for the rest of you. Go team! :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Sure you do. Prove it and tell us the final electoral college count now.
     
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    So does Beck. He thinks you can add 6 points at least to any poll out there for Romney. I hope he just gets the 271! 321 would be gravy.
     
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    Hot air...that is unless you can give your prediction now- before the election.
     
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    Those numbers are meaningless in this game sport so the only purpose they serve is to keep us all distracted and amused while our real rulers switch out one Goldman Sachs/Monsanto guy for another.

    Now matter how you tally it up we lose. So what's the point?

    I've predicted correctly that a globalist puppet will be the next president four elections in a row. That's a pretty impressive record and it don't take no genius to figure it our either.

    But don't you worry I'll keep checking in to see how well your team if it "wins" is living up to your expectations for the next fours year. I'll be keeping score all right but it'll be between team liberty and team tyranny not team R and team D.
     
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    And you wonder why people don't take you seriously?:tonofbricks:

    A laughable claim.
     
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    What makes you think I wonder that? I couldn't care less if anyone takes me serious now. One day it will become painfully evident that I've been right about these globalists all along.

    Just like I predicted the economic crash four years before it happened. You all were saying the same thing back then too "And you wonder why people don't take you seriously?" I particularly liked this one "oh Poncho, yer so crazy, the economy is doing just fine our leaders and experts all tell us that everyday".

    I don't care if you take me seriously or not I just wish you'd all take the destruction of our republic serious and quit treating it like it's some kind of kids game. It ain't!

    I know I know you all need proof so . . .

    Go back and check for yourself if you don't believe that I've called it right every time. Between Bush and Gore a globalist won. I called it! Between Bush and Kerry a globalist won and that one I not only predicted a globalist would win I went so far as to predict that a Globalist Bonesman would win. Guess what, I called it! Between McCain and Obama a globalist won. I called it!

    Between Obama and Romney? A globalist will win! How do I do it you ask?

    Well, it's easy when both candidates are globalists. Doesn't take much gray matter to figure it out and it sure don't take months of listening to meaningless speeches and watching phoney debates.

    I'll be keeping score on all of you after the election if your globalist happens to win. I'm kind of like the kid who wants to know how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop.

    I want to know just how many times you conservatives have to be stabbed in the back before you finally wise up. So far Bush stuck 2 in your backs and you barely even flinched.

    There's only one thing about Obama I will miss. If he loses and I hope he does. Some of you would agree with me at times when I pointed out what a traitor he was to the republic. If Romney "wins" I'll be back to being the lone ranger when I point out what a traitor he is to the republic. Just like when Bush was president. Ah well I think I can handle it. I've had plenty of practice. The good times were bound to end sooner or later I reckon.
     
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    (Apologies, upfront, to Saturneptune for not keeping this reply in context with his OP. I have not studied the EC matrix enough to give an informed reply.)


    Poncho, FWIW.........

    I have no doubt that we are headed for a one-world government and a one-world religion. Whether this is the final chapter before God brings all of this to an end, I don't know.

    Our "republic" as originally founded/intended, has already been destroyed. That happened many years ago when the watchword in this nation became "democracy". When H. Clinton can say "I'm a modern progressive" and is still admired by the population, the "republic" is gone for all intents and purposes.

    States rights have been sold to the federal government for "aid to education", building "highways and bridges" (one of Obama's favorite terms), and a host of other carrots.

    Executive orders are making Congress null and void.

    The Supreme Court is looking to international law for guidance.

    The UN is becoming increasingly important with regards to the US position in this world.

    The US has yielded to the pressures of a framework of a "global" economy rather than standing firm in sound economic principles. Thus making itself dependent rather than being independent with regards to "world order".

    This isn't a kids game. I doubt that few here consider it to be one either. Yes, we have a few "kids" on this board, but I doubt that many give them serious consideration in this deadly serious subject.

    We have a choice to make. It's as simple as that. How fast do we want to move this "democracy" to the status of a state or county being governed by a higher earthly authority? There's no doubt about the pace being set by liberal Democrats. Put Obama back into office for a second term and it's pedal to the metal. Without speed limits set by the need to run a second time, there's nothing to slow down tossing the remaining scraps of this republic into the trashcan.

    Yes, the Washington establishment has put Romney at the top of the ticket. However, he does have the restraint of possibly running for a second term. To my knowledge he hasn't publicly stated that he would "fundamentally" change this country. Whether we agree or disagree about his faith, there is no misunderstanding, no real mystery about what he believes.

    Can we say that about the other man at the top of the ticket? Is his faith (beliefs) based on the formative years with his father? Is his faith based on 20 years in a Church in Chicago? Is his faith based on his college years where he sought out radical thinkers? We are to know them by the fruit they bear. What fruit has he born since he came into view in the national spotlight?

    As with the limitation of having to run for a second term, does what's known about Romney's faith put a further limitation on where he will take this nation? For example, will our lack of support for Israel change if Romney goes into office?
    Poll: 85 Percent of Americans in Israel Vote Romney
    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/poll-israel-voted-romney/2012/11/01/id/462480

    Do we vote to slow down a one-world government to the extent we can or do we vote full speed ahead? Because we have opposition to both candidates at the top of the ticket do we vote 3rd party? Knowing full well that a vote for a 3rd party candidate does not cancel out a vote for the man with less limitations on what he can do in office?

    Poncho, while I agree with you on where we are eventually heading, I do believe we have an obligation to try to slow it down, unless we are directed by our Creator to do otherwise.

    -- We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights --

    With that comes the responsibility to do what we can, however limited, to retain the freedom to worship our Creator without restriction. Will we have that freedom under a global governance with a universal church?

    Speed it up or slow it down. -- That's the choice. That's the decision this nation will make on Tuesday.
     
  20. convicted1

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    I predict the winner to be the one with the most electoral votes. Put THAT in your smipe and poke it....channelling my inner drunken Barney Fife.....
     

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