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Philadelphia Came out in Astronomical Numbers for Obama

JMSilver Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 11:05 PM
Romney policies wouldn't help the "working man"? Delusional - take a look at who you voted in. The "working man" is out of work, the longest span ever, and many "working men" have dropped out of the workforce altogether due to lack of job or taking a job considered underemployment. More "working men" have dropped from middle class to poor. And the last month of numbers, more "working men" had to collect paychecks, a 1% increase from the month before, increasing the most number ever on food stamps.
Stan306 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 11:39 PM
Yes, but Obama is President again... We must focus on how we are going to survive the next four years.

Do we fight him on every point at every corner?

Do we give him everything he wants and try to protect ourselves from the ensuing mayhem so we can sift to the rubble to rebuild later?

Do we develop a strategy that allows Obama to step in the cow pie so many times that the faithful give up before 4 years? ... and what is that strategy...

It's these questions that the Obama zombies in Philly will never think about. It is these questions that may help the conservatives achieve some degree of stability over the next four years.
Evoxx Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 12:00 AM
Sadly, there is no way around the coming poverty from President Food Stamp.

In Philadelphia President Obama won the city with 85% of the vote, but in 13 precincts he won 99% or more. This vote is mostly due to the large African American populations in these wards. Obama carried these same ones in 2008.

Even though many voters were not as enthusiastic to vote this year, these wards in Philadelphia managed to be just as excited to vote for Obama.

"In this election, you had to point out to the people what was at stake. And in many cases, they felt that the Romney doctrine was not going to favor the working...