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Are Democrats Deserting Obama?

jjackson403 Wrote: May 26, 2012 9:31 AM
What a stupid analyses. Kentucky, W. Virginia, Arkansas and other Southern states, Obama didn't win last time and won't this this time. Obama won a Landslide last time without a single Southern or Mountain State. He don't need these States to get reelected.
Rochesternative Wrote: May 26, 2012 12:15 PM
Landslide? A landslide is what happened when REAGAN got elected. In spite of the goofball we had running, Obama got a majority, but not a supermajority and CERTAINLY not a landslide.
Snarkasterous1 Wrote: May 26, 2012 11:48 AM
There's "stupid analysis" in these parts, that's certain.

Let me help you: The strong disenchantment evidenced by Democratic voters, most recently, and most dramatically in Arkansas' and West Virginia's dem primaries, is likely to substantially:

- Reduce turnout of dem voters in many states
- Lead to some defections of dem voters - who will cast votes for the adult (i.e., Republican) candidate
- Reduce share of "independent" voters that will vote dem. If the Amateur is having trouble selling his snake oil to members of his OWN PARTY, why would be be more successful in selling it to those who are less beholden to the purveyor of Big Government "solutions" to everything?

- Snark
vietnamvet Wrote: May 26, 2012 11:25 AM
Say dere Jackson, did you say "he don't need these states" to get reelected?
Dat may be true, but he do need some states to do it.
Dat landslide you remembers want all dat big, an it ain' gonna happen agin cause folks done got his numbah
Now, deys a bunch a states dat he caint count on no mo.
topknot Wrote: May 26, 2012 11:25 AM
Obummer is sure not going to get re-elected on his record the only way he will or might is to get illegal votes and all his other hood related crap he does. He is evil and dumb as s---.

WASHINGTON - President Obama isn't doing so good in some of his party primaries where a surprisingly large number of Democrats are giving him the thumbs down.

Little attention is being paid by the national news media to the Democrats' presidential primaries because Obama is assured of his nomination. But the large size of the anti-Obama vote -- exposing deep unrest in his party's political base -- has shaken his campaign's high command.

The latest explosions came in Tuesday's Kentucky and Arkansas primaries which of course he won easily. But a stunning 42 percent of Kentucky Democrats voted for "uncommitted" on...