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Poll: Who you voting for?
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Obama
42.31%
11 42.31%
Romney
3.85%
1 3.85%
Other [do tell]
3.85%
1 3.85%
None/not in the US
50.00%
13 50.00%
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Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
#11
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
My only hope is that the Republicans have shot themselves in the foot enough times to finally appear stupid enough to a large enough mass of registered Republicans (as described above) that they vote for Obama in disgust.
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#12
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdpGd74Dr...ata_player

Republicans don't seem to be counting on getting the vote fairly.



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#13
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
(November 6, 2012 at 12:31 pm)thesummerqueen Wrote: My only hope is that the Republicans have shot themselves in the foot enough times to finally appear stupid enough to a large enough mass of registered Republicans (as described above) that they vote for Obama in disgust.

That would work if the American electorate had a better long term memory. If something happened just a couple of months ago, we've forgotten about it by the time we go to the polls. We see a lot of that short term memory when people say all the politicians are the same; truth is, they look the same because they both have to rush to moderate positions to appeal to as many undecided voters as they can. Look at their quotes from a year ago, look at what they said/did when they wer trying to win their party nominations, and you'll see a stark contrast between the two.
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#14
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
Folks,

Since I joined this forum I've come to like and care about some of you, and I hope you can accept this in the spirit that it is offered. Start getting mentally prepared for an Obama loss. My read of the tea leaves (I could be wrong) is that the Obama campaign is giving off several signals that they expect to lose, and I think their strategy at this point is to act like they expect to win and emphasize any exit polls indicating an Obama win in an effort to de-legitimize a Romney win. This is pretty sick but that's what our political process is these days. If you buy into their scenario you'll just further disenfranchise yourself from mainstream america, to your detriment. You may also find this article useful on dealing with post-election disappointment.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2012/11/06...epression/
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#15
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
No offense, but I have a hard time taking seriously, even in a joking sense, an article that can't distinguish between "where" and "were" before being published.
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#16
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
We shall see, Tino... We shall see... Personally, I'll just be glad to have this whole fucking farce over with already. My inner conspiracy theorist thinks that Romney bought the election months ago... I'm thinking the south won't turn out to vote for a black guy or a mormon... that was my main prediction for this election, the southern states will still go Red, but there will be a very low turnout. How about this: If Obama wins I'll buy you a bottle of booze (your choice) and if Obama loses, you buy me a bottle of booze (my choice)? Seem fair?
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#17
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
(November 6, 2012 at 3:35 pm)Tino Wrote: Folks,

Since I joined this forum I've come to like and care about some of you, and I hope you can accept this in the spirit that it is offered. Start getting mentally prepared for an Obama loss. My read of the tea leaves (I could be wrong) is that the Obama campaign is giving off several signals that they expect to lose, and I think their strategy at this point is to act like they expect to win and emphasize any exit polls indicating an Obama win in an effort to de-legitimize a Romney win. This is pretty sick but that's what our political process is these days. If you buy into their scenario you'll just further disenfranchise yourself from mainstream america, to your detriment. You may also find this article useful on dealing with post-election disappointment.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2012/11/06...epression/

America was stupid enough to elect Bush in 2004. A lot of pain resulted.

I do think we may be dumb enough to do it again. Maybe one day we'll learn our lesson.
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#18
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
(November 6, 2012 at 3:41 pm)festive1 Wrote: We shall see, Tino... We shall see... Personally, I'll just be glad to have this whole fucking farce over with already. My inner conspiracy theorist thinks that Romney bought the election months ago... I'm thinking the south won't turn out to vote for a black guy or a mormon... that was my main prediction for this election, the southern states will still go Red, but there will be a very low turnout. How about this: If Obama wins I'll buy you a bottle of booze (your choice) and if Obama loses, you buy me a bottle of booze (my choice)? Seem fair?

I think this is a terrible bet for me but I will accept it for fun and because you're a good egg. If you choose something very expensive I reserve the right to find a very small bottle of it to send you.
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#19
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
I doubt it.
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#20
RE: Farewell to Obama? Not a chance.
(November 6, 2012 at 3:41 pm)thesummerqueen Wrote: No offense, but I have a hard time taking seriously, even in a joking sense, an article that can't distinguish between "where" and "were" before being published.

I don't see the error but it's from a TV station so standards are probably pretty low.

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