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Romney's Path to a Blowout

jayz1943 Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 8:59 AM
Everything came up roses in Obama’s last campaign and he was full of confidence and heady arrogance. Just 3 days into his presidency in an exchange with Eric Cantor, “The Amateur” infamously rebuked Cantor with, “Elections have consequences,” the president responded, “and Eric, I won.” This one-sided and short-sighted approach to legislation caught up with him when the GOP swept into power in 2010. Now “The Amateur” is paying for his foolhardy arrogance and lack of diplomacy and finds himself ostracized. Maybe he should ask Eric for help, he, he.
loadstar Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 11:56 AM
Well put... I was AMAZED how supercilious he was toward the Republicans on camera! He scolded McCain in the same way.

If Dubya had assumed such an arrogant, condescending tone, the LSM would have exploded in criticism about lack of a bipartisan approach!

Republicans will be wanting to 'recount Illinois,' I said to a seemingly annoyed former Kerry staffer and Obama supporter in the Fox News green room on Friday.

"How do you figure?" came the response.

I said, "It's pretty simple. If Obama doesn't change his message (amongst other things), this isn't even gonna be close."

I almost felt sorry for him, as he nodded his head in agreement, and walked away.

Personally--and for the record--let me say up front that I don't expect the election results of 2012 to wield a blow-out for the GOP. But presently the race, the state...