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Birdman III Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:00 PM
rauljg6 Wrote (12:50 PM): "and house democrats did pretty good too. House Democrats have raised $2.3 million since last week's Supreme Court ruling on the health care law and marked their biggest grassroots fundraising day in history, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee said early Tuesday." How many House Damnocrats are going to divide up that $2.3 million? How many Romneys are going to divide up his $4.6? BTW, how much did Obama raise?
rauljg6 Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:02 PM
Poor birdman..he really thinks Romney has a chance. Keep hanging on with that desperation.
Kevin348 Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:06 PM

Obama won't win 6 states.

Carter was crushing Reagan until September 1980. Carter lost 44 states.

Romney is tied or winning in most of the swing states. If Obama isn't up by 10-30% today, he's going to lose in November.

All independents go for the challenger.
Birdman III Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:08 PM
Poor raul, The One has turned into The None. Keep whipping that dead horse. Americans came so close to pure Socialism that they could smell the stink. I don't think they have the stomach for your brand of tyranny.
Uber Dave Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:11 PM
tuttletacoma Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 1:12 PM
more stupidity from another husseinazzekisser

remind us loser, where are the jobs and when does your black messiah stop wasting trillions of dollars borrowed from the chicons

of course we already know, idiots like you would welcome a socialist dictatorship under comrade hussein's destructive rule

We've been digesting the political implications of the Supreme Court's recent holding that President Obama's signature accomplishment is Constitutionally acceptable as a 'mandate tax' for several days.  As I've argued, the decision itself stings for conservatives -- despite potential silver linings -- but that its resulting short term political benefits mostly accrue to Republicans:

In the short run, the Romney campaign took in $4.6 million online within the first 24 hours after the Obamacare decision.  These funds came from more than 47,000 individual donors.  To put that number in perspective, Romney attracted about 27,000...