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Why Obama Will Lose in a Landslide

Jesus20 Wrote: Aug 16, 2012 2:31 PM
Hmm, I hesitate to embrace such a bold prediction. I want it to be true but my head says to be more careful. Regardless, what struck me the most was his line about will anyone who didn't vote for Obama 4 years ago decide they made a mistake and vote for him this time around? I don't think so. Obama hasn't won over many new fans. He just has the same voters he has last time and many of them are disappointed or discouraged and are less likely to vote. We'll see what happens but I definitely think a Romney victory is possible.
I hate to put too much faith in polls because I know they can change. That said, I've always felt that Romney was the one with room to grow. Most people have made up their mind about Obama. They're indifferent, love him, or hate him. However, Romney is a new quantity that many have not made up their mind. To me, his numbers have always been the one with greater potential to go up. Seems like they might be doing just that. Fingers crossed.
Oh yeah. Our side needs to keep hitting the media for their bias. :-)
I'm predicting . . . that this will flop terribly and barely make an impact.
They're just trying to revive the tax return story since it has died down. It really is an absolutely disgusting tactic though. I would have thought better of the Democrats then this. I know that campaigns exaggerate and spin, but outright lying? Disgusting Dems, just disgusting.
Great article. Keep standing for the Truth good sir.
Heck yeah, I had to wait half an hour to get Chick-Fil-A yesterday but it was worth it :-)
*sigh* I'm probably wasting my time but here goes. The "etch-a-sketch" remark was a Romney staff member pointing out the simple fact that campaigns retool for the general election. It's widely acknowledged that a campaign tracks to the base for the primary and goes to the center for the general. It's just the way it is. As has been made clear on this site and others, Romney has got the gist of what Obama said down. The more context you give it, the more you make Romney's point.
Now hold on. I thought Romney was in deep trouble b/c of Obama's attacks on his tax returns and Bain? Why, wasn't it just last week that I was hearing conservatives talking about how Romney is doomed? Now it's all sunny days for Romney. Funny how quickly things change. Who's asking for his tax returns now? Oh, no one. Could this be the defining moment where Obama shot down his presidency? I hope so, but I won't hold my breath. Still, it's encouraging. We can win this folks, so let's get out there, spread the word, encourage others to vote, and vote ourselves.
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Obama Finally Jumps in Wisconsin Race

Jesus20 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 8:03 AM
Umm, since when has Obama campaigning for anyone actually helped them?
Uh-oh, I thought he had "pivoted" to JOBS, JOBS, JOBS. He really wants to do healthcare again?? Spare me.
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