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"We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won't have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future."
In fact, Sorrell and other elitists insiders are snickering and chortling about the demise of his campaign, even as the real estate mogul’s name dominated Davos discussions this year.
originally posted by: gpols
Nah, Hillary isn't going to be elected president, not saying I know who is, but Hillary or Sanders aren't going to win.
I'll tell you why in one word, Obamacare.
These folks up at Davos can hope and wish all the want, but I can tell you something right now. The bills that come in a persons mailbox have far more influence than any piece of advertising they can come up with.
As Republicans gear up to “take back the White House” we all need to be aware that in 2012 if Romney had won the three swing states of Ohio, Florida and Virginia, he still would have lost the election to President Obama.
For instance, let’s look at Wisconsin with its 10 electoral votes. Every four years the Republican mind-set says Wisconsin will be a swing state. Then, within a few months into the campaign the state loses it’s coveted “battleground” status as polls begin to show “blue” reality. And the truth is that not since 1984, when Reagan won in a landslide against Walter Mondale, has Wisconsin seen red.
Or take Pennsylvania with 20 electoral votes and New York with 29 — both have been blue since Bill Clinton won them in 1992 and blue they will remain.
Then we have the mega-rich electoral state of California with its 55 votes that turned red for the last time in 1988 when George H.W. Bush won that “California guy,” Reagan’s “third term.”
Let me repeat, if only for the shock value – 246 votes out of 270 is 91 percent. That means the Democrat candidate needs to win only 24 more votes out of the remaining 292. (There are a total of 538 electoral votes.)
originally posted by: Informer1958
a reply to: ColCurious
I'm sorry but this isn't true at all...
There is a wide array of topics (and rumours) coming out of Davos this year.
Thank you for posting your opinion.
originally posted by: CoBaZ
Ok if the PTB want me to vote for Hillary here is what has to happen first.
Full pardon and restoration of honor for Gen. Patraus
Full Pardon and Metal of honor for Edward Snowden.
Both are Guilty of the same thing as Hillary. For the Government to Give favor to one and Banish and Dishonor the others is not fair.
originally posted by: introvert
You don't have to attend a fancy elitist meeting to see that Hillary is most likely going to win.