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Romney Better Get His Act Together Quickly

Blair31 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 11:09 AM
This is 1980 all over again. In 1980 as today, the Democrats said: "GIVE US THAT DUMB ACTOR RONALD REAGAN. HE'LL BE EASIER FOR US TO BEAT THAN BUSH." (The Bush in question at the time wasn't George W. Bush, but his father, George H.W. Bush), who was running for President in a crowded field that included: John Anderson, (who later ran for President as an independent), Howard Baker, (who became Senate Majority Leader), John Connolly, Phil Crane, and Ronald Reagan. Romney will get his act together. In June 1980, there was a Gallup poll which had Carter at 39%, Reagan at 32%, and Anderson at 21%. What's changed since 1980? Nothing and everything. Be careful of what you wish for. You just might get it. Ancient Chinese proverb.
r729 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 3:10 PM
Ever bother to look at the breakdown of any of these polls and see how biased they are. Why do so many of you people believe this stuff. People sit around and talk about how incredibly biased the main stream media is and then they go out and believe everything they say. Wonder what the biggest problem is in this country. It is stupidity plane and simple.
scott s. Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 4:18 PM
"Wonder what the biggest problem is in this country. It is stupidity plane and simple. "

Couldn't have said it better myself.
Shoppin Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 6:33 PM
The problem is the VOTER. The primary voter, and the general election voter.
Oh, yes, I have seen Republican presidential campaigns ... far too many. Make no mistake, in my judgment, Mitt Romney has everything it takes to be a great president. Unfortunately, my job is to provide realistic analysis about elections. And right now, I can literally see this race ending up as another huge Republican catastrophe.

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