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A New Prediction for the Electoral Map (and the All-Important Contest for Porn Star Endorsements)

chronic_relatiivism Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 3:46 AM
More proof that a nation whcih stands upon the brink of insolvency, whose hopes of leadership relies upon Mitt or Barak, is indeed evidence of a decent into the abyss. There is certainly no election that will save us from our elected officials. As the old saying goes corruption of the best is the worst of all; and the cancer is certainly pervasive throughout the nation. We manufacture nothing but lies, rhetoric, and financial shennanigans; so our entire system is a Ponzi scheme.
Magna Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 8:26 AM
You are advocating that we may as well stay with the loser we have as there is no difference anyway ?

I do not go with theory at all -i believe you are a Liberal shill who is pushing the Kenyan Agenda.

Either way we need a change from the direction we are headed in -"the abyss' you call it .
chronic_relatiivism Wrote: Aug 08, 2012 1:29 AM
I advocate reading Political Ponerology: A Science on The Nature of Evil adjusted for Political Purposes. by Andrew M. Lobaczewski. Who posits, that there comes a time in political systems, where corruption, inertia, and apathy become so great, that the center becomes a magnet for every dysfunctional, pathological, and maniacal entity to subsume power, that there is nothing that can be done for it internally, only external collapse awaits, as an inevitable consequence. LOL. Liberal shill; you are enttitled to your opinion.
Michael Bowler (formerly Michael) Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 6:27 AM
You mean "descent into the abyss"?

"We manufacture nothing but lies, rhetoric, and financial shennanigans; so our entire system is a Ponzi scheme."

Ummmm, actually, believe it or not, we are still the world's biggest single manufacturing nation...just the margin isn't as great as it used to be and it's getting smaller, quickly...

Two months ago, I predicted that Obama would win reelection with 297 electoral votes, 27 more than needed.

Last month, I shifted Virginia to Romney’s column and predicted Obama would still win, but with 284 votes.

Today, with just three months to go, I’m guessing the election will be even closer. In my latest electoral map, I’m moving Colorado from the lean-Obama category to the lean-Romney category. This leaves Obama with a lead of just 275-263 in the electoral college.

Now let me preemptively deal with some complaints and criticisms.

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