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WSJ : Peggy Noonan: Obama Cannot Win The Coming Election

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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 03:55 PM
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The problem with your argument is, people still remember the 8 years of Bu$h. Obama may not be a great president, but I am predicting a lot of people will not so much vote for him as against the other guy. We have seen what 30 years of republicans in power can create, a third world country. I dont think people want to go in that direction any more. And when you contrast him against this group of lunatics the GOP crop is this year, I think he will be a shoe in.
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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


cool story bro.

I'd rather Obama over Adolf Santorum or Romney-bot.


You will be perfectly free to follow your Obamasiha to whatever country his azz gets booted to! We the people don't want him!



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 04:11 PM
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You might not want him but I GUARANTEE you you are outnumbered by voters who do not want a republican winning.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 04:16 PM
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Actually, President Obama does have a chance of winning but that doesn't mean the Republican wackjobs don't. Romney will get the nomination and might hold some ground when it comes to facing Obama, but my bet won't be on the crazy Mormon, that's for sure.

As for Paul....

He won't get the nomination, sorry. However, he will prove that he is the top contender when it comes to competing against the current President in the general election. Democrats and Independents will show their support for him. But until then, Romney will be enjoying the spotlight.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 04:33 PM
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apparently you do, considering nobody wants Romney or Santorum. People do want Paul, but nobody knows about him.

By process of elimination, you get Obama. Enjoy!



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by SeventhSeal
Actually, President Obama does have a chance of winning but that doesn't mean the Republican wackjobs don't. Romney will get the nomination and might hold some ground when it comes to facing Obama, but my bet won't be on the crazy Mormon, that's for sure.

As for Paul....

He won't get the nomination, sorry. However, he will prove that he is the top contender when it comes to competing against the current President in the general election. Democrats and Independents will show their support for him. But until then, Romney will be enjoying the spotlight.



That just proves the mentality of politics today! Let me see, who is the wealthiest contender.......? So I guess this means you are down with the idea that the wealthiest should be the only leaders? Someone who is ready to shred what little is left of human rights? IMO, money should be replaced by merit and moral servitude for the purpose of keeping crooks out of politics! The ONLY thing that Romney brings to the table is money! He doesn't give a flying #### about anything but!



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:04 PM
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Originally posted by ajay59

Originally posted by SeventhSeal
Actually, President Obama does have a chance of winning but that doesn't mean the Republican wackjobs don't. Romney will get the nomination and might hold some ground when it comes to facing Obama, but my bet won't be on the crazy Mormon, that's for sure.

As for Paul....

He won't get the nomination, sorry. However, he will prove that he is the top contender when it comes to competing against the current President in the general election. Democrats and Independents will show their support for him. But until then, Romney will be enjoying the spotlight.



That just proves the mentality of politics today! Let me see, who is the wealthiest contender.......? So I guess this means you are down with the idea that the wealthiest should be the only leaders? Someone who is ready to shred what little is left of human rights? IMO, money should be replaced by merit and moral servitude for the purpose of keeping crooks out of politics! The ONLY thing that Romney brings to the table is money! He doesn't give a flying #### about anything but!


If a wealthy individual with good ideas wants to run for President, then great. Obviously, Romney does not qualify in that department, despite how much money he has. However, he will get the nomination and will probably lose to Obama in the general election.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:05 PM
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Voter fraud is all pervasive and rampant. Even the most objective and random examination proves this.
Ron Paul may very well have several states behind him and you cannot prove otherwise.

The current stage of nomination proves nothing, so anyone making 'guarantees' is making a fool of themselves.
Due diligence by a review of past elections shows this also, as past winners crashed and burned.

Each and every single promise made by the incumbant has proved a LIE.
Couple that with the fact each and every one of his appointees comes from Wall Street- NO where else.

The political parties are obsolete illusions kept alive by those who forgotten where they came from.

MSM has disgraced themselves to the extent that half their viewers have tuned them out. Those still tuned in are likely dozing.

If the senate, congress, and the supreme court all prove to be bought off shills, which very well may happen, our incumbant will declare hinself supreme sovereign/emporer/god.

At this point, more realistic considerations would include;
Will there be much left of us once WW3 starts?
and
Will we even HAVE elections?

No Constitution = No America!



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:11 PM
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Well, she is utterly ignorant then.

They chose Obama. He will have another term.

Is it a good thing? hell no.

Would Romney or Santorum be better? Hell no, likely much worse.

We don't live in any kind of democratic republic anymore.

Rich, old men in suits run this country, and they will put in power whoever they damn well please.

It's up to us to stop it, we cant beat them at their own game.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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Originally posted by ajay59

Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


cool story bro.

I'd rather Obama over Adolf Santorum or Romney-bot.


You will be perfectly free to follow your Obamasiha to whatever country his azz gets booted to! We the people don't want him!


Actually, he has a point. I rather have Obama than Santorum. I think any logical human being can agree with that one.

I really do like Obama but his foreign policy is off the wall and he really did seal the deal when it comes to losing respect when he signed the NDAA.

Oh well. Either way, we're screwed.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:24 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen

Originally posted by braindeadconservatives

Originally posted by xuenchen

It is a telephone survey






They have been using the same source for data for decades


Go to college and understand why that is funny


Thanks for that info !

Now I understand the real problem !



Yes that the data set has been consistent, which means the samplings will be
consistently accurate in relation to the data



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:38 PM
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There is a 0 % chance Obama loses.
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I am going to put the OPer on ignore. He constantly makes threads that are ridiculous and filled with lies. I suggest everyone else let this guy talk to himself.
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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:39 PM
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Obama not win the comming election? Are you joking? He's going to win by a landslide whether we like it not.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:21 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012
Instead of focusing on unemployment, declining home values and foreclosures,

Obama played 9,000 rounds of golf and gave us Obamacare ( DOOMED) ,

Dodd-Frank FinReg and Solyndra.

Peggy Noonan says Obama has been transformed into a Not - So - Smooth Operator.

- WSJ: Peggy Noonan -




Wait...so you're trying to tell me that Obama has AVERAGED 7.739 rounds of golf PER DAY, thus far during his Presidency. 7.739 rounds of golf, 7 days per week, 365 days a year....even on Xmas day? Even the day they got Bin Laden?

Playing 18 holes usually takes even an expert player with a golf cart about 3hrs on the lean side. That means Obama has spent 23.21 hours every single day GOLFING?

I guess it was all 9 holes, huh? I find it hard to believe a US President could possibly spend more than 12 hours each and every day golfing.

LOL


Seriously...before making BS claims...check your math.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:28 PM
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Obama can not even run for President from jail or another country, this time! People are awakening and are going to ignore the other upcoming liars and install Ron Paul! The lies and slight-of-hand are exposed in this nation and the people are not going to take it anymore!



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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What, are you saying that RP supporters are going to not vote for Paul no matter what when it's time? Seriously, anyone who thinks a RP supporter will vote Obama or Romney is either lying or is delusional. Whether or not RP wins any EC delegates is yet to be seen, he may win a state or two, or not, but he will win a substantial portion of the popular vote, maybe not much higher than ten or fifteen percent, but he'll sure as hell get something.

Also, what makes everyone think that Romney's going to win anything? Except for a couple of states which had special circumstances, he barely ever wins a majority, and if he does it's often within percentages points, if not tenths of points. Not to mention that Paul is eating convention states alive. Romney will be lucky just to be Near the number of delegates necessary to win the nomination if he doesn't start pulling in landslide victories in the remaining states. This nomination process will not end in a one-round vote, you can count on that.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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I hope you are right but I just can't see the people that are handling Obama and the socialist agenda letting 75 years preperation go. They have total control of the media,education system, most all political offices and government offices of any importance and probably more top military brass then you would belive.All they need is another four years to finsih this country off and bring it into the fold of the socialist/communist world government.

I look for a reason to cancel elections or marshell law where Obama becomes a dictator backed by the UN..............really hope I am wrong.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:56 PM
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let me sum up this whole thread:

Liberals are evil, Obama is liberal, country will go in toilet if Obama get's another term, liberals are evil.

There, I think i saved most people here a lot of reading time.

The Conservative base is lackluster on Romney, most people in the south will not vote for a Mormon. Sorry, call me bigoted against southerners if you want. I live in the south Didn't notice Romney's struggles down here? They won't vote for a Mormon. I've heard most of the people I know say as much. He will win the southern states in an election because most southerners will vote for Honey Badger if it's on the GOP ticket. (Which is hysterical considering the amount of welfare people get down here. ) The fight is going to be in the swing states. Don't count out Romney just yet, unless the GOP screws up and gives the nomination to Santroum I think the Republicans actually have a fighting chance. There may be a repeat of Bush V Gore with the conservative SCTOUS handing the win to the GOP again.

As for Obama destroying the country-HAHAHAHAHAHA. Only a Bush lover could say that with a straight face. The country was already destroyed.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 07:05 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012
Instead of focusing on unemployment, declining home values and foreclosures,

Obama played 9,000 rounds of golf and gave us Obamacare ( DOOMED) ,

Dodd-Frank FinReg and Solyndra.

Peggy Noonan says Obama has been transformed into a Not - So - Smooth Operator.

- WSJ: Peggy Noonan -


Conservatives should not celebrate prematurely. Obamacare may stand -- I do not trust the Supreme Court to make the right decision.

Santorum & Gingrich have stupidly done much damage to Romney. They need to get out of the race and let Romney concentrate on attacking Obama. There's a lot there to attack.

Obama has a very good chance of winning.

He has almost all Black voters (over 90 %);

most Hispanic (Mexican) voters;

many young "hipster" voters who still think Obama is the "kewl" choice -- they feel they need to support Obama to be seen as "kewl" -- after all most of the Hollywood celebs will support Obama;

many Dems who vote straight Dem no matter who is on the ticket;

Union supporters;

Left-wingers who want their votes to counter the GOP;

and many (if not most) of the Ron Paul supporters. They will vote for Obama again if R Paul does not get the nomination.

As someone else pointed out, most voters are not educated, they do not choose with their heads. They vote emotionally. So it doesn't matter that Obama is the murkiest (as in NOT transparent) President the US has ever had. It doesn't matter that Obama is as foul, as corrupt as any Chicago-style politician ever. It doesn't matter that Obama is clueless and inept as a leader.

Plus the anti-Obama forces are a disorganized mess, wasting time & money fighting each other.

Obama has a very good chance of winning.

We will see who TPTB choose to support -- if the Liberal MSM is an indicator, it looks like Obama.

I will do my part and vote against Obama. Romney is actually a better man than Obama on every front. Too bad.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 07:58 PM
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9000/365days=24.657years. That is alot of golf.



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