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Mitt Romney's Moment

xkatmom Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 11:20 AM
I have been watching the presidential race polling and find it hard to believe that Obama could be ahead in any of them, or that it's even close. However, common sense tells me that NO ONE who voted for McCain last time around will now vote for Obama. But common sense and anecdotal evidence tells me that many who voted for Obama last time will now vote for Romney or stay home. That tells me that Romney, in the end, will prevail. I cannot figured it out another way.
MG formerly minnesotagrandma Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 2:43 PM
The only way Obama can win if very probably like he won last time. Stuffed ballot boxes and NBP intimidating voters. We won't have that problem up here but city folk better get organized and protect and monitor polling places.
gungy Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 3:40 PM
What you can't monitor is all of the noncitizens and even illegals (who get handed D/Ls and motor voter registrations no questions asked in some states like WA and NM) who will vote in the election, cancelling out our votes. And we know who they will vote for.
NORTH HUNTINGDON – Mitt Romney was fired-up.

“The president actually said, if you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that, somebody else made that happen.” He paused and threw his hands up before adding: “Really?”

Sitting in a small office attached to a local shale industry company for an interview with the Trib, Romney remained agitated and energized.

The agitation was personal because he is genuinely appalled by President Obama’s attitude toward business.

“I could not believe he said that. And it wasn’t just a twist of phrase, he actually goes on to explain what he...

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