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7 Questions That Will Determine the Outcome of the 2012 Election

tinkabell Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 8:26 AM
because the alternative of re-electing Obama is scary.
Linkoln Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:54 AM
My friend u are still thinking that the president will follow the rules Obama will find ways to push his agenda past congress by executive order. I beg u to consider the consequences of a man in the white house that can and will move ahead no matter what If elected 4 years from now we will not even recognize the us of a. God bless u and guide u
MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 10:51 AM
So is the possibility of re-electing W. with 2 houses of congress on his side. An Obama term without a congress will be like Clinton's second term. A government that does nothing, does nothing wrong.

The debates are over, and although most of my fellow pundits were quick to tell us before they started that historically they don’t impact the eventual outcome, this time they certainly have.

This race hasn’t been the same since the first debate. Mitt Romney’s rout of a beleaguered and bored-looking Barack Obama dramatically altered the trajectory of the race from leaning strongly to the president to a toss-up/leaning Romney. The president bounced back somewhat in the second debate, and was much stronger in the final debate Monday night, but he’s still not been able to regain the momentum he lost...