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Why it’s Romney and Not Very Close

accept reality Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:06 AM
I pray for an Obo loss (note I did not say Romney victory). After four years of divisiveness, discord and poisonous ideology, America is losing its life. Four more years might push us past the tipping point. Consider this: If a squeaky clean successful businessman like Romney cannot beat a proven incompetent like Obo in this economy, what does the future hold?
Timgabz Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 9:17 AM
The future is tough and bleak if Romney wins and works hard. The alternative is brutal
Jules65 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 10:12 AM
Were I Romney, and elected, I'd issue an executive order to undo all the orders issued by Ovomit. All of them. No selection, just void them all. Then I'd issue waivers to Obamacare to all the states until I could get the whole thing repealed. Then I'd undo the EPA, a Carter monster agency, and look at other agencies to dismantle and restrict those I saw as having some value to the nation. That should speed the recovery process up a bit.

If you were expecting a cliff hanger, you still could get one, but really it’s Romney and it likely won’t be close.

There are a few reasons why I think that.

We will delve into those, but we will also look at the voting datapoints provided by pollster Chris Wilson that say an Obama win just isn’t in the cards.

First, let’s list my “feelings” as to why I don’t think Obama will win.

Obama hasn’t delivered.

On anything.

Except perhaps bankrupting anyone who wants to operate coal-fired power plants.

Oh, and keeping gas prices high.