Mitt Beats Obama, big time!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by righteousdude2, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. righteousdude2

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    Pastor Paul,
    If your state would get back in line as it was during the Nixon Reagan years, it would be slam dunk. I know you have lots of influence out there, so get those 55 electoral college votes to our side. LOL

    On a serious note, hope you are correct, but have serious doubts about the analysis based on the states of Pennsyvalnia, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Minnesota especially. Also, Virginia, NC, NH are in play, and to a lesser degree FL and CO.

    What amazes me more than anything is that Obama is even in the running with an unemployment rate above 8 percent. It is hard to get a good perspective from here, because Obama will be lucky to poll 35% in KY. I guess it is because the Republican candidate is relatively weak, but it is all we have.

    I really hope the two professors are correct.
     
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    Yeah just think then maybe we'll get a right wing globalist in office! Oh happy days!
     
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    I Think I Can Get the Vote Out....

    ....the trouble is, this state is sooooooooo liberal, that Obama will more than like sleep walk his way through the voters in California.
     

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