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I'm Even More Confident That Mitt Will Win

RepubRob2 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:37 PM
Plus, Limbaugh assumes that the electorate generally venerates a "gentleman", which Romney clearly is, but how can you assume this is true in a culture that glorifies gangsters and vilifies those who achieve? This is in addition to the fact that effectively every single black voter will vote for Obama, and probably would even if he went on a murderous rampage on the floor of Congress in front of the CNN cameras. Hope I'm wrong, but I'm increasingly losing faith in my fellow voter every four years.
Rondoman Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:54 PM
Most polls take a distinct Democrat advantage in polling, as in +5 to +10. That is not the way current enthusiasm would dictate. Even the Democrats are letting slip that they might lose, but not support Romney's agenda if they do lose. The Bain capital and Big Bird diatribe only shore up Obama's angry base. The independents are the ones that are not buying it. They are the ones who will tilt the election because they are looking for substance rather than stupidity. I also do not know of any conservative polls, only those who are less biased.
I want to give you an updated list of reasons I believe that Mitt Romney will win the election Tuesday. So much information, so much confusion, so much uncertainty. But I don't think it's so complex as it seems.

In 2008, a perfect storm developed for Barack Obama: an economic crisis, which was effectively, though unfairly, blamed on Republicans; war fatigue, which had been stoked by six years of Democratic anti-Bush propaganda; a messianic illusion personified in Obama, who was promising incomprehensibly wonderful yet undefined change and utopian-level bipartisanship; and a Republican opponent who all but forfeited the election to Obama...