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Going Out on a Limb: Romney Beats Obama, Handily

LAPhil Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:25 AM
I sure hope Barone's predictions are accurate. I would agree with him on every state with the possible excepts of Pennsylvania and New Hampshire. Pennsylvania is still a real long shot, and New Hampshire has been going for the Democrats for a long time now just like the other New England states. However, Romney would stil win with victories in all the other battleground states mentioned, and if Barone is right about the landslide he and D i c k Morris will look like a couple of real pundits, and the liberal media will all be shown up as a bunch of fools.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:13 AM
I love N H, we make a point of going up there everytime we go back to Mass where I was born and raised and one of the reasons N H is going Dem is because the stupid libs in Mass move up there to
get away from the stupidity of the Demon RAT machine, only to bring that virus with them. I imagine the same thing happens in the states where people move from the people republic of Kalifornia and start changing the states they invade.
LAPhil Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:26 AM
I can't believe this forum. My post got kicked back just for using Morris' first name.
creativegirl Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:28 AM
creativegirl Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:29 AM
conservative_one Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:44 AM
Yes, True. That's why you see funny spellings all the time on here.
LAPhil Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 9:02 AM
Fortunately I remembered that from previous occasions where the alternate name for Richard was labelled "offensive language" by the forum. Otherwise I would have been totally perplexed as to what I said that constituted offensive language.
Fundamentals usually prevail in American elections. That's bad news for Barack Obama. True, Americans want to think well of their presidents, and many think it would be bad if Americans were perceived as rejecting the first black president.

But it's also true that most voters oppose Obama's major policies and consider unsatisfactory the very sluggish economic recovery -- Friday's job report showed an unemployment uptick.

Also, both national and target state polls show that independents -- voters who don't identify themselves as Democrats or Republicans -- break for Romney.

That might not matter if Democrats outnumbered Republicans by 39 to 32...