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posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 12:50 PM
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Whoever wins I hope influences the future in a positive way for the youth of the world here and outside the US borders who can and are effected by US politics... My predictions is that he will win




posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 02:33 PM
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Absolutely, one of us may be right, and the other may be wrong......

but, you said by a landslide. It could be both of us are wrong.

In the case of your claim "Romney/Ryan by a landslide"..... Do you want to stick with "by a landslide"? Because if he only squeaks by with a fraudulent hanging-chad miscount; or, if Obama is shown to be ineligible by some outlandish surprise, that won't count.

I believe Obama will win based on the two of them as the obvious "real" candidates. Nevertheless, Johnson could (as has happened in the past) win on the 3rd party ticket, by reducing the votes for the other two.

But, as you say, we will see!
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posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 02:35 PM
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Obama won 53% to 47% in 08.

The media called THAT a landslide, so I'll stick to that term.




posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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The majority will be voting for welfare and the nanny state which the Dems have hitched their wagon too. The more people on food stamps the better for the Dems. The more people poor and without a house the better for the Dems.

Sigh.
Do some more research into things, please.

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posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 02:50 PM
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The media called THAT a landslide, so I'll stick to that term.

The MEDIA? Oh, okay.
Well, that wasn't a landslide, regardless of what the media said.
It was pretty close.



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 04:44 PM
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If you want to get technical the 'landslide' was the 68% victory that Obama had. However, being a conservative I'm sure you'll only want to use your numbers in this debate.

I'm predicting Obama with around 300 electoral votes. Glenn Beck suggested he would move to the socialist nation of Israel if Obama won, so I'm really hoping for that change more than anything.



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 05:06 PM
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Unfortunately the MIC needs Romney, so this will be bush 2000/2004 all over. Sorry folks, the needs of the corporation trump the needs of the serfs. And we all lose.



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 07:03 PM
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I think the presidential debates will end up causing Romney to lose some of his weak support. He's flip flopped so much on the issues, his refusal to reveal his taxes and his continued campaign gaffs, have given Obama a smorgasbord of ammunition to attack his credentials.

Obama will win hands down.

On the other hand, If the narrow minded GOP would have given Ron Paul their blessing, I think he would have given Obama a run for his money.



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I love those caricatures!
And the morphed pic is just creepy.


Obama will win.

I don't think there will be an October Surprise, but the Romney camp will go deep, down and dirty, in an attempt to scare people from voting for Obama.

It definitely matters who wins. Obama will keep us on our current (but difficult) path of recovery and move us forward (or furward, depending on your species) and Romney will start more wars, exterminate the middle class and eliminate government programs like medicare and medicaid, and other entitlements. Romney/Ryan is a Ayn Rand wet dream.

Ah humor!

Romneys' death toll while governor of Mass is staggering isn't it.

:puz
Romney biggest failing is he's too liberal to be a" conservative"
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and probably a nice normal church going American guy!

(but that scares the crap out of you liberals: No "gay albanian midget to donkey" marriage! no free contraceptives.!
No more apologizing for farting in the U.n. building!
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posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 09:07 PM
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Romney biggest failing is he's too liberal to be a" conservative" .
and probably a nice normal church going American guy!

What? Wtf? WHUuu?

Liberal?

*facepalm*

Dude. What? Really? Can you please provide sources and documentation that he's "liberal"?? (This is the guy who has made begillions and hidden lots of it in off-shore accounts, which he "accumulated" by moving his "workers" from a very low wage place to an Even Lower Wage place, btw)....



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 09:26 PM
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He supported same-sex marriage while he was governor. Now that he's running for president, he's against it.
He supported government mandated health insurance while he was governor. Now he's against it.
He opposed the idea of the uninsured using the emergency room as their primary care last year. Now he's for it.

Basically, he's liberal when he has to be and conservative when he wants to be. I honestly don't fear a Romney presidency so long as we have a democratic congress because he'll just go along with whatever they send him anyway. That reasoning is also why I fear a Romney presidency with a republican congress, he'll just go along with whatever they send him.

Since the GOP looks like they'll hold the house, thanks to the gerrymandering across the central states, I really want Obama to win. I don't have to want too much though because he's doing pretty good in every reliable poll I've seen to date.



posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 09:27 PM
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I read page one, abhorred.

I skipped page two, then read all of three. Still puzzled. Still leaning Obama.

I'm Romney, all the way. Gotta out the spend-a-holic. Plain and simple.




posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 03:08 AM
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This situation in US reminds me of pre-velvet revolution in Iran



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