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Why it’s Romney and Not Very Close

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 11:42 AM
Obama in Florida: "If the price of peace in Washington is cutting deals that will kick students off of financial aid, or get rid of funding for Planned Parenthood, or let insurance companies discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions, or eliminate health care for millions who are on Medicaid... I'm not willing to pay that price". Obama's desperation is palpable, sticking to the lies fabricated to confuse those who remain uninformed, references to his big government solves-all-things mantra, and of course the tried and true strawman arguments. Can't wait to see his butt climb on Marine One for the last time.
Torr Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:14 PM
Hear! Hear!

You write what's in my heart. ...In fact, i have a 21-year old bottle of Booker's i've saved to celebrate some outstanding and wonderful event. The one you decribe would definitely qualify!

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.

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