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Can Romney Show Voters That Obama Is Out of Date?

htsbbbbeuld Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 10:39 AM
The under 30s are disenchanted with obama because he is not farther to the left.
Henry VIII Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 10:51 AM
The under 30 are disenchanted because they don't have jobs or even prospects, and huge tuition costs that they have to start paying back and soon. Most young people can afford stars in their eyes for only a short period, but reality always sets in pretty quick. Whatever ideological stars are in their eyes, when push comes to shove, they will abandon their ideology on something like drilling for oil over a windmill any day, if it will get them a job or lower their costs at the pump.
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 4:41 PM
Bingo, Henry. Add to that, THEY are the ones who will be forced to buy insurance (oldies already have it) and to support the entitlements Obama has planned, and to pay the debt he is incurring on their backs.

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...