posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 08:38 AM
It's fairly obvious that, unless something completely insane and unprecedented happens, Obama will be re-elected.
The GOP is, at this point, eating it's own candidates alive (always the threat is a primary) and so far the MOST consistently popular candidate is
Mitt Romney. (Hilariously, this could be the mirror or 2004, when a struggling Democrat party choose a certain Massachusetts Senator as its
candidate... remember what happened?)
A few things that should be clear at this point:
- The party refuses to align behind Ron Paul. That's not gonna change. Sorry guys.
- The party is very scared of Obama... one poor debate and they've started sticking the knife into Rick Perry... not because of his (insane)
policies, but because of his performance. They think he can't win. They're right.
- The Tea Party won't have a real say in the outcome of the primaries (Bachmann is toast, Perry is floundering and the businessmen are
winning...looks like we may get another CEO Presidential candidate.... just like Bush Jr.)
So, what does this all mean?
Well, look... do ANY of you think that Romney can ACTUALLY beat Obama? Really?
So, unless someone with a REAL chance (sorry Sarah) enters the field, expect a pretty definitive Obama win.
And whose to blame? The GOP of course. They allowed their ranks to be swamped with ideologues and now their party is completely divided.
Good news for those that don't like Republican "policies" (that's me) but bad news for those that like white rich guys as President.