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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. SIG-SOG

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    So I should have asked this of someone else, and therefore do.

    Then, is Obama going to do anything you disfavor? Again, you're either voting for Obama or against Obama. Do you not care? This isn't like the Superbowl and your team isn't in it so you don't care who wins. The winner WILL impact your life. So which is the lesser of two evils? Who of the two do you prefer? Its bunga-bunga time.
     
  2. Ragnar

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    Yes, its over. Obama will win. So all you whiners keep whining. Don't vote. Don't bother. Roll over and let him win. You deserve it.



    You people make me sick.
     

  3. 427

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    Keep waiting for that mythical perfect candidate.

    Let us know when, he/she/it manages to get nominated.

    BTW, third parties don't win elections.
     
  4. 50 Cent

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  5. MarinePride

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    The Repubs. have been trying to sell Romney to us, repeatedly, and we just don't want the guy. His record as MA Gov. is abysmal.

    The base is tired of having their votes taken for granted. This will be the second presidential election I sit out. I want a candidate that reflects my values, at least some of them. If I can't get it, then screw it, the lessor isn't getting my vote.

    I can have my own "scortched earth" policy with regards to elections.
     
  6. Ragnar

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    Then don't come whining here when Obama passes a law requiring you to eat Broccoli at every meal.
     
  7. RCP

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    :rofl: we are definitely moving towards an idiocracy!
     
  8. benji

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    I think Obama will win in a landslide. I can't stand either of them. Romney was the candidate that all of the other candidates called a liberal in 2008. News flash: HE'S STILL THE SAME GUY!! A real conservative could beat Obama. Romney is a faker and flipflopper and Obama will call him out on that in the debates.
     
  9. MarinePride

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    I don't whine about anything on here, check my past posts and you'll see that.

    I don't even live in the USA anymore and I eat whatever I want to. There is no future for a lot of people with the choices you people keep voting for over there.

    Keep voting for these empty suits, give them the mandate to make things better for you :tongueout:
     
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    Keep waiting for that mythical perfect candidate.

    Let us know when, he/she/it manages to get nominated.

    BTW, third parties don't win elections.

    Thank you for being an illegerate citizen.
     
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    On the other hand. If you don't vote for SOMEBODY, it sends the message that it is ok to move faster in the direction they are moving.
     
  12. MarinePride

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    They don't win because the powers that be don't want them to win. The people cannot have a voice anymore. Instead you get these two false choices every four years, D or an R, both are two wings of the same carrion bird.

    That's OK because you people give them the mandate by voting. Stay home and don't vote, that way there is no mandate.

    By foot or by rocket, the destination is the same.
     
  13. 427

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    They don't win because they aren't viable. Besides third parties caucus with one of the two major parties - so it doesn't matter.

    You "people"!? You are right there along with "us people".

    If you choose to disengage from voting, don't complain about the way things are going.

    You didn't vote the last time, why are you complaining now?

    It's this simple: Don't vote. Don't complain.
     
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  14. frank4570

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    Actually what you want will just be squashed by people who don't agree with you and DO vote.
     
  15. SIG-SOG

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    Obama is not a flipflopper. He is consistently full of crap and just a serious bad president.

    Why do you think Obama will win in a landslide? Just a gut feel? The polls - which by the way are mostly rigged. If you don't get out and vote he just might. As I posted before, this isn't the Superbowl and your team isn't in the game so you don't care who wins. Obama will impact the rest of your life if he wins. If you like what he has done for you in the last 3+ years then by all means do or don't vote. I don't know that Romney will change the world for the better. I only hope he can postpone the serious crap we'll be in if Obama wins, until either a good democratic or republican candidate comes along in the next 4 years.
     
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    Sadly obama is going to be voted in again:sadangel:
     
  17. SIG-SOG

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    So you don't live in the USA anymore - are you not a US citizen, or just stationed overseas? A citizen of another country?
     
  18. Cali-Glock

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    Pretty good odds he will win. Why?

    Obama is a terrible President.
    The Electoral College looks favorable to Romney.
     
  19. SIG-SOG

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    Your logic makes no sense. You obviously acknowledge "Obamas economy" so I take that to mean you disapprove. But because the perfect candidate is not running for president you would rather keep a failed president in office? Are you not willing to try for something better, if only a little better?
     
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    If Obama is re-elected I hope he goes full left. That would be wonderful for America - why? People might wake up.

    We are frogs being slowly cooked - turn up the heat and people might realize what is going on.