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How Many of You REALLY Think Romney Will Win??

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Nalapombu, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. KalashniKEV


    Sep 24, 2003
    That's what I'm saying... and yet Miami is always held up as this place full of conservative Latinos... because they're CUBAN!

    (I have no idea what that means, but that's what they always say...)
  2. Its been posted before, but its a great illustration of how Romney has been forced upon us. You have Romney or Obama. What a choice.


  3. Geko45

    Geko45 Smartass Pilot CLM

    Nov 1, 2002
    And this is why we should stop accepting the "lesser evil" put forth by the RNC. Only when the Republican Party is rendered moot on the national political stage will there be an opportunity for a new/honest conservative party to take hold.
  4. From today's AP story...

    If the election were held today, an Associated Press analysis shows Obama would win at least 271 electoral votes, with likely victories in crucial Ohio and Iowa along with 19 other states and the District of Columbia. Romney would win 23 states for a total of 206.

    To oust the Democratic incumbent, Romney would need to take up-for-grabs Florida, Colorado, Nevada, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Virginia, which would put him at 267 votes, and upend Obama in either Ohio or Iowa.

    Mitt would have to pull off a miracle.
  5. berto62


    Mar 28, 2009
    Alachua Fl

    Republicans seem to be doing the same thing

    Florida elections officials said Friday that at least 10 counties have identified suspicious and possibly fraudulent voter registration forms turned in by a firm working for the Republican Party of Florida

    I do agree that the Democrats do a better job at voter fraud:rofl:
  6. Flying-Dutchman


    Oct 10, 2007
    The funny thing about it is if Obama wins, unless he locks down the Country like a dictator, the Tea Party will be fired up into a frenzy and make great gains.

    It would be the best thing for the Tea Party. Very bad for the Country though.

    Obama will end up the most despised President ever if he wins a second term.
  7. This is a much different country than post world war 2 where all Americans were hard working patriotic people, these are the people who built this country to be the greatest in the world, the immigrants entering this country followed that dream of hard work and they would be rewarded , as they were.The Democratic presidents as Harry Truman was a true American with a no Bull**** attitude, and then there was John Kennedy who in his inauguration speech said Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.

    Our new society are lazy complacent computer raised moochers,their idea of working hard is typing something in the Google bar, turning to Hollywood for moral values and a way of life,75 per cent of the legal immigrants are looking for something for nothing, so of course they are going to vote for this socialist President.

    As for the way Romney is handling his campaign, having dealt with millionaires my whole life, they are very short on talk and have much dryer personalities, they are more on action and less on talk, and I think the average person is having a hard time relating to a very successful semi conservative person trying to be a regular person.

    Lets wait and see what the debates bring.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2012
  8. GlockPistola


    Jul 16, 2012
    Two sociopaths working hard at being the better liar. The only way I am watching this debate is if Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum get injected with sodium pentothal prior to speaking.
  9. Glockworks

    Glockworks Ready/Aim/Fire Silver Member

    IMO, those who voted for McCain/Palin and have not lowered their IQ scores since will vote for Romney/Ryan. Some of those who voted for Obama/Biden will not make the same mistake again.

    Now I understand the black bigots and liberals of all colors will still do so, but others who did it for other reasons will realize the huge mistake they made and either not vote or vote correctly this time.

    At least this is my theory.
  10. KalashniKEV


    Sep 24, 2003
    "Vote correctly"

    LOVE IT!

    Does it make you feel dumb to write stuff like that though?

    The TEA Party is in worse shape than the GOP!

    The GOP doesn't know who they are anymore... the TEA Party never (or perhaps only for a brief moment) did!

    The TEA (as in Taxed-Enough-Already) Party has been hijacked by the Bible Thumping American Taliban and the Kookistani Patriot Movement to capitalize on the momentum.

    A lot of us can get behind any smaller gov/ lower taxes movement, but as soon as you get some fool out there saying, "Faaaaaags is gunna BURN!" at the TEA Party rally?

    Anyone with a brain is going to run far away...
  11. Exactly right. Most of the local Tea Party folks here hate gays and are anti-choice. They are also religious hypocrites.

    That's not liberty. That's bigotry and fascism. The Tea Party sold out Ron Paul for Mitt. They are pathetic.
  12. tsmo1066

    tsmo1066 Happy Smiley

    Aug 31, 2004
    Houston, TX
    I think the current polls and TV talking head dialogues are all more-or-less meaningless. It's all about the debates and we'll see how things stand then.

    I recall the same "Bush doesn't have a chance" talk when he was running (and faltering) against Gore. When he held his own in the debates, however, momentum started to shift and he managed to pull it off. Reagan did the same against Carter, as did Clinton against Bush #1 (with some help from Perot!).
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2012
  13. G29Reload

    G29Reload Tread Lightly

    Sep 28, 2009
    Clue here.

  14. G29Reload

    G29Reload Tread Lightly

    Sep 28, 2009
    Bit of history for the uninformed:

    At this point in 1980, Reagan was behind Carter by a good bit.

    How did that turn out?
  15. The Machinist

    The Machinist No Compromise

    Sep 20, 2009
    The Left Coast
    That was over thirty years ago, and Mittens is not Reagan. Not by a long shot.
  16. Providence


    Feb 5, 2011
    Woodstock, GA
    I actually think it has little to do with the debates, and more to do with who will get out and vote. If we vote, we win.

    But, just for discussion... Just this afternoon, I heard a radio discussion ,among Doctors, about the effects of Obamacare. According this radio discussion, the 716 Billion $ cuts to Medicare are on the payment side of things. According to them, benefits are not cut, only payments to hospitals and Doctors. That is why Drs are refusing to treat Medicare patients. I realize that a segment of people will judge the Drs, and I a certainly not a fan of theirs, but if you can't make a living with Medicare, you have to punt and go where you can make a living. This should be part of the discussion. Not who wins the debate, or who Is smarter, or whatever else people think. Has Obama's policies worked... Except for Obama phones and food stamps.

    Please vote! It's that important!
  17. The majority of doctors that I know live high on the hog and are surely in debt up to their eyeballs after school and their lifestyle.

    I don't see them going anywhere. They are looking at the $, not the patients.
  18. SpoiledBySig

    SpoiledBySig Millennium Member

    May 6, 1999
    Port St. Lucie, FL
    I just can't see people all going to the voting booths and voting for Obama. Not with this economy, not with this general outlook, not with what's going on in the Middle East.

    I truly believe Romney will win. If Obama wins...look out. It'll mean the Lame Steam Media won it for him and everybody who actually voted for him the 2nd time will be in total denial that they voted at all within 2 years. I have siblings who want to work and they say they can't find a job. let alone my teenage kids having any luck in finding a job.

    I'm still asking myself about what happened to this, "2010 Recovery Summer" that Obama and Biden were touting about? I knew then that the guy that everybody voted for in 2008 was the wrong guy.

    I sure as heck can't control the world, but I will be voting for Romney and so will most of my family members. 2 days ago, two ladies were walking around the neighborhood and knocking on doors, asking people, "Do you think there's anything wrong with the economy today?" They were looking for people to vote for Obama and offering them absentee ballots. I first told them that, "The economy isn't good today" and that, "just seeing people like you walking around knocking on doors is proof that the economy is bad". They refused to offer me an absentee ballot after I told them I support Mitt Romney ( no kidding, this really happened). I was alright by that because I plan on voting in November.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2012
  19. Trew2Life

    Trew2Life #intheflesh

    Aug 31, 2012
    terra nullius
    I do not believe Mitt Romney will win this election. Although, the clearly discriminatory and restrictive voter ID laws that have been passed in some key states does give me cause for concern.

    Overall, If the country could not accept a 20+ year sitting senator/war veteran/P.O.W., with mamma bear running mate Sarah Palin, then no way do they elect the Mittster.