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Ohio for Obama?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Jedi Knight, May 18, 2013.

  1. Jedi Knight

    Jedi Knight Well-Known Member
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    Was Ohio the call for the election? If that's so and Cincinnati is were the IRS was targeting.....coincidence?
     
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    Obama won by 134 EV.
    Ohio has 18 EV
    Obama won Ohio by 1.9% of the vote
     
  3. Jedi Knight

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    So my question could that have changed the election results?
     
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    If the following went for Romeny
    instead of Obama:

    OH...18..... O won by 1.9%
    IA......6..... O won by 5.6 %
    PA....20..... O won by 5.2%
    VA....13..... O won by 2.2%
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    TOT...59


    Then the EC would have been
    Obama......275
    Romney.....263
     
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    Obama won the election. The swing states were not even close.
     
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    True - But:
    1- its fun to play "What if"
    2- What needs to be done in 2016
     
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    On the Democrat side, anybody but Biden to limit the damage if they pick up another victory. There will not be an acceptable candidate on that side.

    On the Republican side, a Rand Paul type candidate. In 2014, Kentucky needs to throw out Mitch McConnell. We need to work within the Republican Party to restore conservative principles.

    I experimented with getting involved with third parties, and until these parties are willing to work to get out their message, they will never advance.

    That leaves the only realistic choice as being to change the Republican Party internally.
     
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    Rand Paul & Ted Cruz!! :applause:
     
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    They'd do better than Ru Paul and Tom Cruise....barely.

    I'm glad I only work in Ohio. I'm a little mad that the judges in Cincy slapped these election fraud people on the wrist. Coming up soon will be sentencing of the POLL WORKER who committed several counts of fraud----seeing as how people gave their lives for us to be able to vote, I hope they throw the book at this woman and make a clear example.
     
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