Presidential predictions anyone?

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    I hope people will learn how to spell "America"...

    ...and then somehow figure out that both election winners and losers are inexorably a part of it.

     



    talk about others to hide yourself > Owebama progressive world Groupnot America.



    I'm an American.  Just like you.   I'm voting.  Just like you.

    If we disagree on everything else, we still share these two things in common...whether you are honest enough to admit it or not.

    Whoever wins tomorrow will be OUR president, not yours or mine.

    Get it...?

     

     
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    I changed my mind. 

    I'm gonna go with what ever the angryguy predicts, he seems to have all his ducks in a row. 




    How appropriate coming from such a chicken little.

     

     
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    Obama probably wins. I couldn't predict by how much. It's pretty close.



    Probably is a very conclusive "prediction".

    I will be honest; I want either: Romney to win but, dems to retain the senate; or Obama to win and Republicans to gain the senate.

    When Bush had both houses bad things happened. When Obama had both houses bad things happened.

    It imho is why the 90's were largely successful. Clinton was checked by the republican congress and vice versa!

     

     
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    Obama probably wins. I couldn't predict by how much. It's pretty close.



    Probably is a very conclusive "prediction".

    I will be honest; I want either: Romney to win but, dems to retain the senate; or Obama to win and Republicans to gain the senate.

    When Bush had both houses bad things happened. When Obama had both houses bad things happened.

    It imho is why the 90's were largely successful. Clinton was checked by the republican congress and vice versa! 


    This was obviously before your edit.

     
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    Romney 299 Obama 257

     
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

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    I hope people will learn how to spell "America"...

    ...and then somehow figure out that both election winners and losers are inexorably a part of it.

     



    talk about others to hide yourself > Owebama progressive world Groupnot America.



    I'm an American.  Just like you.   I'm voting.  Just like you.

    If we disagree on everything else, we still share these two things in common...whether you are honest enough to admit it or not.

    Whoever wins tomorrow will be OUR president, not yours or mine.

    Get it...?

     



    Hey, I'm in agreement about the POTUS thing, but four years ago I said the same thing, and now I'm not happy about it.

    It will be difficult for me to support Obama for another four years, but I don't have much choice if he wins.

    I will continue to go to work (hopefully), pay higher taxes(regretfully), hang out with my family (most definitely), and get four years closer to retirement (eventually).

      

     
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    I predict Obama wins, but jmel continues to swallow everything Karl Rove and Dick Morris tell him, hook, line & sinker.

     

     
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    Hey, I'm in agreement about the POTUS thing, but four years ago I said the same thing, and now I'm not happy about it.

    It will be difficult for me to support Obama for another four years, but I don't have much choice if he wins.

    I will continue to go to work (hopefully), pay higher taxes(regretfully), hang out with my family (most definitely), and get four years closer to retirement (eventually).

      



    So, you're just bailing on your vote in '08...?  No stomach for the fight?  Things get a little tough, so then you get gone.  Did you really support him these past 4 years, or did you bail on that, too? 

    I can understand being a little disappointed.  But what I can't understand is giving up on what were pretty good reasons four years ago and not realizing that four more years are the least we can do.  The GOP has not yet earned back the keys, IMNSHO.

     

     
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    So, you're just bailing on your vote in '08...?  No stomach for the fight?  Things get a little tough, so then you get gone.  Did you really support him these past 4 years, or did you bail on that, too? 

    I can understand being a little disappointed.  But what I can't understand is giving up on what were pretty good reasons four years ago and not realizing that four more years are the least we can do.  The GOP has not yet earned back the keys, IMNSHO.

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    Maybe it's not quitting. Maybe its voting for a guy who claimed he was about "real change and transparency and bipartisanship and reduced debt and the economy. But, what he got was more debt, a partisan healthcare bill because Obama's first words to Republicans were "hey, we're not campaigning, the election is over and elections have consequences" then did nothing for the economy but used a SUPER Majority to shove a healthcare bill through that created no jobs and over 60% didnt want, not to mention the lobbiest in his cabinet, gitmo's still open, 8% unemployment etc etc etc!

     
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    I predict Obama wins, but jmel continues to swallow everything Karl Rove and Dick Morris tell him, hook, line & sinker.

     




    And you "swallow" everything Rachel Maddow, USA Today, and the NY Times, tells you.  Difference is: they (and you) are wrong.




    And Time, and CNN, and Quinnipiac, and ABC News, and 25 out of 27 polls.  If everybody but you, Morris & Rove are wrong, you'll have my attention.  But what will you do if Obama wins 290+ Electoral votes?  Cry fraud?  Blame the Hurricane?  Will there be even a split-second where you feel betrayed by the mis-information coming out of your own camp?

     

     

     
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    Landslide for Romney

     
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    In response to jmel's comment:

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    In response to jmel's comment:

    In response to slomag's comment:

    I predict Obama wins, but jmel continues to swallow everything Karl Rove and Dick Morris tell him, hook, line & sinker.

     




    And you "swallow" everything Rachel Maddow, USA Today, and the NY Times, tells you.  Difference is: they (and you) are wrong.




    And Time, and CNN, and Quinnipiac, and ABC News, and 25 out of 27 polls.  If everybody but you, Morris & Rove are wrong, you'll have my attention.  But what will you do if Obama wins 290+ Electoral votes?  Cry fraud?  Blame the Hurricane?  Will there be even a split-second where you feel betrayed by the mis-information coming out of your own camp?

     

     




    I won`t blame anybody for anything.  I`m not like the Libs. There won`t be an excuse from me. BTW,.......you just cited 4 polls that OVERSAMPLE Dems by 5-11% and are using 2008 turnout numbers.  Good luck with that.  You`re relying on a Left wing media that will do anything to get this b o o b re-elected.  What will you do when it`s a blow-out?




    Like I said - if there's a blow-out win for Romney, I'll re-adjust my thinking.  I'll have a new found respect for Dick Morris, and I'll even offer you an apology.  

    But it's not going to happen.  Dems might not turnout like they did in 08, but they will turnout more than they did in 04, which was the year you're hanging your hat on.  Obama is not John Kerry - he brings in many more "unlikely" voters, and he has the best ground game you've ever seen.

    If the media wanted to get Obama re-elected, they should have just called Romney out on all his lies.  Medicare cuts, military cuts, Benghazi, inflating jobs loss numbers, the auto bailout, taking credit for things done in MA before he was Governor, getting rid of FEMA (then loving it).   The list goes on and on.

     

     

     
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    Re: Presidential predictions anyone?

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    In response to chiefhowie's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    I hope people will learn how to spell "America"...

    ...and then somehow figure out that both election winners and losers are inexorably a part of it.

     



    talk about others to hide yourself > Owebama progressive world Groupnot America.



    I'm an American.  Just like you.   I'm voting.  Just like you.

    If we disagree on everything else, we still share these two things in common...whether you are honest enough to admit it or not.

    Whoever wins tomorrow will be OUR president, not yours or mine.

    Get it...?

     




    Yes, you are an American, just like me.

    The problem is that you don't beleive in America, just like Obama.

     
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    I'm hoping for a Romney win, but the country is filled with more idiot voters than sane voters. Therefore with tears in my heart I predict an 0bama win. 



    Alas, with tears, I agree.  Although, I do have some hope, and I hate hope - it makes disappointment more crushing.

     
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        Obama wins by a larger margin than polls predict.

         Also Warren will send Scott Brown packing.

       Don't believe me just go to the Fox News website they're already

       clamoring about voter fraud.

     
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