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Obama's Numbers Went Down, but Romney Never Inspired Voters to Vote

James2229 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 11:18 AM
Who would have thought that after Ross Perot paved the way for Clinton to get elected, a new batch of young conservative voters would vote for someone other than Romney, making Obama a shoe-in. We always hope that our children will listen to us and vote accordingly, but Obama proved that wrong. Maybe they will survive to be able to have another opportunity to change their vote after Obama does his worst to our homeland and future freedom. God help us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Timothy32 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 3:47 PM
The one that would have voted needed a canidate. Romney was not a Canidate, He waged a gentilmens I already have this campain. He should have gotten a ground game. Especially in Cleveland. 100% of 150% of the registered voters tells me he had no one guarding the hen house. He and the Republicans in the swing =states were a sleep at the wheel.
Henry VIII Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 11:23 AM
The more I talk to young people the more I realize that even with their conservative fundamentals, they grew up expecting the government to fix one or more of their problems....like school tuition. They don't know any different!
In combing through the results of the 2012 election -- apparently finally complete, nearly two months after the fact -- I continue to find many similarities between 2012 and 2004, and one enormous difference.

Both of the elections involved incumbent presidents with approval ratings hovering around or just under 50 percent facing challengers who were rich men from Massachusetts (though one made his money and the other married it).

In both cases, the challenger and his campaign seemed confident he was going to win -- and had reasonable grounds to believe so.

In both elections, the incumbent started running a barrage...