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Latest Projection: Romney 327, Obama 211

10/11/12

PA to Romney

http://www.reagancoalition.com/articles/...omney.html
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#2
<--- Looks around nonchalantly. Big Grin
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#3
Valorius;22974 Wrote:<--- Looks around nonchalantly. Big Grin

It ain't over, yet, Val!

This was more for those who said it was impossible, especially in Pennsylvania.
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#4
Hopefully the shitholes larger cities don't carry the rest of the state for Obama.
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streaker69;23012 Wrote:Hopefully the shitholes larger cities don't carry the rest of the state for Obama.

This Philadelphian will be voting for Romney, and I support voter ID laws to prevent voter fraud. I know for a fact, some warzones neighborhoods are going to be stuffing the ballot box for Obama.
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#6
The left, especially the young, are just not energized like last time. I actually know a lot of young blacks that won't be voting at all. Last time, they ALL voted, in record numbers, with record turn out.

Unless Obama matches that kind of turn out this time- and good freaking luck with that- he is in serious, serious trouble.
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#7
I know of only 4 people out of the many i've talked to who are prObama. I talked to a few who disliked Mitt for whatever reason but are still voting for Mitt because the Ochurian Candidate is even less appealing (some who had voted for O in 2008).

But most people I talk to are extremely upset about the country's slide into economic and global weakness, or are fed up with the lies, scandals, and dodging of responsibility. The buck never seems to stop at the Resolute Desk... there always seems to be someone else to blame.

Another funny thing... having such an irresolute politician sitting at the Resolute Desk.
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Ten*K;23046 Wrote:I know of only 4 people out of the many i've talked to who are prObama. I talked to a few who disliked Mitt for whatever reason but are still voting for Mitt because the Ochurian Candidate is even less appealing (some who had voted for O in 2008).

But most people I talk to are extremely upset about the country's slide into economic and global weakness, or are fed up with the lies, scandals, and dodging of responsibility. The buck never seems to stop at the Resolute Desk... there always seems to be someone else to blame.

Another funny thing... having such an irresolute politician sitting at the Resolute Desk.

Lucky SOB!Tongue My parents, my sisters (all 3), at least 1 of my brothers-in-law, and I believe my only niece old enough to vote will be voting for Omao. That doesn't even begin to cover all of my Aunts, Uncles(though a few of them I've converted) and cousins. Sad
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billamj;23047 Wrote:
Ten*K;23046 Wrote:I know of only 4 people out of the many i've talked to who are prObama. I talked to a few who disliked Mitt for whatever reason but are still voting for Mitt because the Ochurian Candidate is even less appealing (some who had voted for O in 2008).

But most people I talk to are extremely upset about the country's slide into economic and global weakness, or are fed up with the lies, scandals, and dodging of responsibility. The buck never seems to stop at the Resolute Desk... there always seems to be someone else to blame.

Another funny thing... having such an irresolute politician sitting at the Resolute Desk.

Lucky SOB!Tongue My parents, my sisters (all 3), at least 1 of my brothers-in-law, and I believe my only niece old enough to vote will be voting for Omao. That doesn't even begin to cover all of my Aunts, Uncles(though a few of them I've converted) and cousins. Sad

Sounds like you have an awful lot of ignition wires to pull from vehicles on election day.
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#10
Today's polling shows that Romney has opened a 7 point lead in Florida.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/poll-...ontainer-b

Obama is in serious serious trouble. This is no time to be fading in a campaign. Meanwhile, Romney's momentum seems to be unstoppable now.

The second debate is critical. He has to get at least a tie. A clear win probably seals the deal.
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