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Rasmussen Poll - 2012 Match-ups: Obama, Romney Tied at 45%; Obama 48%, Palin 42%

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posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by WhatTheory

Originally posted by David9176
Yeah...I'm sure Romney-care will work wonders on a national scale...it's not working well for Massachusetts.


I guess you are missing the point.....Personally I don't care that much for Romney so I don't know why you mentioned him to me.


Funny, he is mentioned in YOUR THREAD TITLE




And yet I'm supposed to be one who doesn't read and is embarrassed. Hilarious.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by kinda kurious]




posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by kinda kurious
Funny, he is mentioned in YOUR THREAD TITLE

I guess you forgot that we are required to use the original thread title right?


So much for your own perceived brain power right?
Again you prove my point that you bring nothing of substance except for sly snarky comments.



And yet I'm supposed to be embarrassed.

Umm....yes and you just proved it again with your last post.


I really pity you and feel bad for you.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:24 PM
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Really? A poster responds in earnest to YOUR thread and cites a person in the TITLE
of YOUR THREAD and you wonder why. Too funny dude.


Done here.............Since I can't outdumb the OP, I'll have to put my Captain Hypocrisy Hunter cape back on and search out more knuckleheads............

[edit on 20-7-2009 by kinda kurious]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:25 PM
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Originally posted by kinda kurious
Too funny dude.

Alright dude. Hey dude, are you a surfer now dude.


Instead of harrassing & criticizing my posts and being a typical troll, why don't you go and start your own thread somewhere.



[edit on 7/20/2009 by WhatTheory]

[edit on 7/20/2009 by WhatTheory]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:55 PM
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Face it. The dude is a second rate state community organizer who used Bush's unpopularility to get into the job. He's failing. He is on TV several times a day giving a speach whilst delegating the issues to others. He is an empty suit (nice suit, but empty). His popularility will be below 50% by the fall.

Romney is a solid choice and I'm guessing that Romney will run against Clinton. If you folks who are in a love fest with Obama don't think a serious candidate will run against him in the primary, you are nutty. Clinton quits her job in a year over (policy differences) and wins the dem nod. Obama was at most always one term president.

Obama will be a lame duck in a year. Oh well, we can still hear him give socialist speaches. Thats something for you folks. That and the poster you have hanging on your bedroom wall.

Grow up. The guy will have to work his butt off to be listed as a better president than Mr. Carter.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 02:48 AM
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This thread is on the border somewhere between delusions and mental illness. Although this is ATS, home of the fringe of the fringe.



posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 05:32 PM
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I've always said Romney is the one with any real hope or the GOP in 2012. The biggest tell is how he keeps himself out of the spotlight. All this palin stuff is shuffle and jive;: distraction from paying attention to Romney. They're trying to keep him squeeky-clean.I still think the entire 'Tea Party" is a pump-fake. The GOP will come out re-branded and the average American memory being only about 2 years, they will be seen as a reasonable 'alternative' to the other side of the coin once again.

Pendulum. Swing.



Originally posted by WhatTheory


Looks like the Messiah with all his socialist policies is beginning to lose footing.


If Obama keeps up his dictatorship ways by forcing and ramming his unpopular policies down the people's throats, his decline in the polls will continue to slip further and further until Palin can beat him only after him being in office for 1 year.


So far Obama is a complete failure with everything from his healthcare plan, non-stimulus plan, bailouts and his lie about being transparent. Pathetic!


www.ras mussenreports.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



LOL. I love how Republicans prefer criticizing than offering useful (re: not talking points) solutions.

Just like the Democrats during Bush, criticizing the president without even being smart enough to see their party is doing the same thing.

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posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 05:35 PM
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Originally posted by dolphinfan
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Obama will be a lame duck in a year. Oh well, we can still hear him give socialist speaches. Thats something for you folks. That and the poster you have hanging on your bedroom wall.

Grow up. The guy will have to work his butt off to be listed as a better president than Mr. Carter.

It's empty talking points like that that discredit your entire post "Socialist Speeches'? Come on. The guy is a centrist, a corporatist American President. His policies are as 'Socialist" as Reagan's, which is to say, not-at-all. I TRULY think poster like you must be DNC plants to make the average conservative look ignorant.



posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 08:55 PM
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Romney has virtually no chance of winning the 2012 GOP nomination. The reason is simple: a good portion of his base doesn't trust him. He loses social conservatives due to his past stances on abortion and gun rights and he's going to lose fiscal conservatives over Romneycare, especially with the way people are so angry over the healthcare plan that passed this year.

He might have a better chance in the general than Palin, but in the primaries? Definitely not. Still, I don't think it'll be either one of them, but instead, for someone new such as Mike Pence to win it instead.



posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by vor78
Romney has virtually no chance of winning the 2012 GOP nomination. The reason is simple: a good portion of his base doesn't trust him. He loses social conservatives due to his past stances on abortion and gun rights and he's going to lose fiscal conservatives over Romneycare, especially with the way people are so angry over the healthcare plan that passed this year.

He might have a better chance in the general than Palin, but in the primaries? Definitely not. Still, I don't think it'll be either one of them, but instead, for someone new such as Mike Pence to win it instead.


You may be right, but I can say that when he was down in north and South Carolina gladhanding in early 07, the GOP were all about some Mit Romney. Folks I know in the county-level party establishment saw him, at that point, as the front-runner. Most of them disliked McCain far more. Fiscal Conservatives like him because he has corporate experience. He's the model of a CEO president.

But I agree that someone new would be a great advantage. Someone with no perceived baggage.




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