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Can Romney Show Voters That Obama Is Out of Date?

Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 1:56 AM
They fought Reagan with everything and vowed to never let another non-Elite into the Oval Office. Since then, it's been Harvard/Yale Harvard/Yale/Harvard. And now, our 'representative' government has nine Supremes that all went to Harvard. Reply Flag as Offensive Cambermeister Wrote: 12 hours ago (1:19 PM) Let's not kid ourselves, the entire week before the election in 2008 all we heard was some farcical story about Palin and her $150,000 wardrobe. Sarah attended public schools. It was the GOP that destroyed her because she's a commoner. Come November, we'll choose between two Ha
Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 2:03 AM
Most Americans hate the mandate. We get to choose between two Harvard boys. The first and second to force folks to buy a product of Wall Street. The first and second to mandate the arrogant health insurance mandate.


Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 2:00 AM
The Tea Party altered the political landscape in 2010. It was fueled by a hatred of an unConstitutional mandate. Even candidate Barack Obama was against a mandate. There are 300 million Americans and somehow, we're about to nominate the first guy to endorse a mandate...to force folks to buy a product from Wall Street.

Can anyone do the mathematical odds of this occuring?
Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 1:59 AM
When will we realize that Wall Street always hedges their bets. They bought and
paid for Obama, they want four more years of him...but what if he loses to Romney?
According to Soros, nothing changes with Romney at the helm.
Cambermeister Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 1:58 AM

Come November, we'll choose between two Harvard men and Manhattan wins either way.

We needed to pay close attention to what occured during the Michigan and Ohio primaries. It was all marketing folks. They knew exactly how much to spend in order to get Catholics to turn on Santorum. They spent just enough.

Time for a postmortem on the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

Yes, I know Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are still out there saying interesting things. And that Rick Santorum says it's only halftime and argues he can somehow overtake Mitt Romney by carrying his home state of Pennsylvania.

But polls there show a close race. And the idea that, if Romney falls short of a delegate majority, superdelegates will throng to a proudly unscripted, shoot-from-the-lip alternative is delusional.

The interesting questions are what the primaries and caucuses tell us about the state of the Republican Party and about Mitt...