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Why it’s Romney and Not Very Close

Fred_PA_2000 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:02 PM
I, too, hope you're right, Mr. Ransom. But the need for Romney to win such a high percentage of the swing states (four out of five?) is daunting. I'm still expecting Romney to win the popular vote, but to very possibly lose the Electoral College. And I'm sure Obama and his minions will take that as a mandate -- a mandate to further crush the people they _say_ they want to help. (But then, everybody knows Liberals are incurable liars. If they weren't lying to themselves, they couldn't believe the things they do and still be adjudged sane by the rest of us.)
Torr Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:09 PM
We will be voting in about 30 minutes. Romney will win here in a virtual landslide. Hopefully, Americans all across the Nation have awakened from the stupor that resulted in the election of Obama four years ago.

There is also far greater numbers of volunteers keeping an eye on the fishy activity that seems to go on at the polls, which i believe bodes well for conservatives, ...but doesn't redound well to the crooked left of the democrat party.

I'm encouraged and confident. ...Just don't forget to vote!

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.