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Old 11-06-2012, 01:22 PM
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So it all comes down to tonite. Should be a good, close race. I am taking Barry in a close win, but i wont be surprised if Romney pulls it out. IMO Mitt is a good candidate, but its just tough to make everyone happy to garner enough votes for a GOP win today.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:31 PM
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ha .. funny!!!!!!
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:21 PM
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So it all comes down to tonite. Should be a good, close race. I am taking Barry in a close win, but i wont be surprised if Romney pulls it out. IMO Mitt is a good candidate, but its just tough to make everyone happy to garner enough votes for a GOP win today.
Wow, that's quite a change from your prediction that this race was "all over" a couple months ago, rnc.


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Old 11-06-2012, 05:24 PM
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Wow, that's quite a change from your prediction that this race was "all over" a couple months ago, rnc.


yes it is ... i am sure i am not the only one .... i am still pulling for obama, and think he will win .. i also think he is the better candidate ... i just wont be surprised if mitt wins
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Soooo do we have a fourty Fifth yet....or another re-run of Fourty-Four
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What would be the real kick in the teeth is if Romney wins the popular vote, but Obama wins the electoral votes.

I'm kind of 50/50 on my expectations here; but I don't think our nation can survive another 4 years of Obama, so I'm really hoping that Romney pulls out the win. And I hope it's a decisive win and doesn't need to go to the Supreme Court again.
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Old 11-06-2012, 06:29 PM
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What would be the real kick in the teeth is if Romney wins the popular vote, but Obama wins the electoral votes.

I'm kind of 50/50 on my expectations here; but I don't think our nation can survive another 4 years of Obama, so I'm really hoping that Romney pulls out the win. And I hope it's a decisive win and doesn't need to go to the Supreme Court again.
why would that be a kick in the teeth??? cuz that is what some r predicting ,,,
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Obama went negative right of the bat, so playing dirty and demonizing his opponent won him the election.
That did it, plus exit polls showed the main concern for a majority of voters was the economy and they said Romney was the better choice to fix the economy - but they voted Obama because they "liked" him.

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In related news, the Hurricane Sandy death toll is now at 110 and over a million people are still without power.

However, Chris Matthews from MSNBC said that he was "so glad" for Hurricane Sandy because it helped get Obama reelected.

So, I guess Democrats don't care about how many people need to die as long as they get their agenda pushed forward. That's good to know.
You know Nate, I used to think you were over-the-top saying liberalism is a disease but this last year or so I believe you are exactly right about that.

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And that is only the beginning. I fear we are going to be another Greece.
Only we're 30 x the population so can you imagine how bad it's going to get when all these folks on the govt dole, all these folks on inflated taxpayer-funded pensions, don't get their $$$?

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you know what they say .. once you go barack .. you don't go back!!!!
You know, rnc, I didn't believe our country would relect this empty suit socialist who is so out of his depth, it's breathtaking. But you go ahead and gloat. His decisions are fundamentally changing my country forever - not yours. His "executive orders" and his "vision" for this country affect me and my husband, not you. But yeah, feel free to laugh.
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You know, rnc, I didn't believe our country would relect this empty suit socialist who is so out of his depth, it's breathtaking. But you go ahead and gloat. His decisions are fundamentally changing my country forever - not yours. His "executive orders" and his "vision" for this country affect me and my husband, not you. But yeah, feel free to laugh.
Canadians have always been arrogant assholes with superiority complexes. RNC is just reinforcing that stereotype.
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