Take it from a Canadian. Outsider, looking in, not involved, but very aware, sees every play, from the sidelines.
IMO, more of a referee. Watching the Blue Team defending the Cup, even though the Red Team 2 years ago won the Divisional Series. And right now, even
tho the Blue Teams star player Obama hasn't scored a lot, he's popular among the die-hards and since Red Romney is playing on the Blue Team's home
turf.. they are in trouble.
Romney has been watching Obama, and is willing to copy his plays to win but it's just not going to happen.
There's also speculation Romney hasn't been put his accurate share of his winnings towards a new stadium, the new home of the Red team. That looks bad
amongst both team.
They plan to go head-to-head next month, one-on-one and it's going to be a battle. Stay Tuned.
Enough Analogy LOL.
I'll eat my shorts if I'm wrong, but I can't see Romney taking it home. I think most people working are glad they are working, due to the economy..
will probably vote for Obama. All those out of work, will probably not vote for Obama. Except the African Americans, they will vote Obama for sure.
More and more local polls are confirming Romney has less than 5% of the African America vote and I bet they are all web-pundits.
Him resigning the patriot act, not shutting down Gitmo, the bailouts; things that concern all members of ATS, isn't really a deciding factor for most
voters out there in "reality".
I'm sorry if that other paragraph came off as ignorant or racist. I sincerely do, but under his Administration Racism has become more prevalent and us
Canadians call it as we see it. Nicely.
Good luck, America! We Salute you!
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