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Election Thread 2012

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I'm thinking tomorrow is gunna be a lot of fun and the start of REAL change!

I'll say:

315 - Romney

223 - Obama

Swing states that go RED: VA, NC, FL, OH, PA, WI, CO, IA, NH....and maybe even MN (to make it 325-213).

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I'm thinking tomorrow is gunna be a lot of fun and the start of REAL change!

I'll say:

315 - Romney

223 - Obama

Swing states that go RED: VA, NC, FL, OH, PA, WI, CO, IA, NH....and maybe even MN (to make it 325-213).

Lord I hope so!!!
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I'm thinking tomorrow is gunna be a lot of fun and the start of REAL change!

I'll say:

315 - Romney

223 - Obama

Swing states that go RED: VA, NC, FL, OH, PA, WI, CO, IA, NH....and maybe even MN (to make it 325-213).

I hope your right!

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Polls are still weighted too heavily toward Dems.

Incumbent polling under 50%.

Early voting is heavy for Repubs. Light for Dems.

I like our chances.

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With what happened in the recall election with Gov. Walker I hope that is an indication of what will happen tomorrow. Gov. Walker has done well here in Wisconsin so I am hoping the people of Wisconsin will be smart enough to vote for Romney tomorrow but one things for sure Romney is getting my vote!!!!

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Please lord let Romney bring to home tomorrow...Amen

Come on Mittens, counting on you bro. Waiting to pop a bottle of Belvedere Intense to celebrate.

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I think President Obama wins by 1 or 2 points. Even though I do not agree with everything about Mitt Romney I will be casting my vote for him tomorrow, because I believe he will at least make some kind of progress in fixing the economy and creating jobs.

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I care WAY more about this than I do football...

all we can do is hold our collective breath now...

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Obama has been the worst president of my lifetime...probably of all-time. Nothing that he's done has worked...the economy is inching along in-spite of his policies...but the growth is too slow. Everything cost more now...gas, food, healthcare, insurance, etc. The Nation has never been more divided...Obama is behind two huge scandals that cost American lives...both of which have been swept under the rug by the liberal media. I am completely outraged/amazed that the polls are so close...with his record, I'm surprised Obama was even allowed to run again.

In my opinion...this election will decide what kind of country we're living in...are we a country of doers...that strive for excellence...work hard and reap the rewards...or, are we Europe 2.0...a nation of folks with their hands out...no personal responsibility...a country full of "Julias". I pray that we elect Romney today...for the sake of my 4 y/o son...and his little brother that's currently growing in his mother's womb.

THIS - bravo!

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While I would like Johnson to win, I don't see it happening this time. 2016 is the year to strike for Libertarians. Either way, Gov. Johnson's getting my vote today.

As for predictions, I still think it's going to be a bloodbath....

Romney 342

Obama 196 - (Winning; CA, NM, VT, DC, DE, RI, NH, OR, HI, CT, MN, NY, MI, WA, NJ, IL)

Oh and by the way.... I wanna see Cocky4ever and Zartan here afterwards since they were talking the most trash prior to the election. I believe it was Cocky that said this site would blow up when Obama wins.

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Obama will have the lead until 5 o'clock or so when Republicans get off of work. Then Romney dashes to the finish with a "Nobama" t shirt on

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I didn't vote for Obama the first time, and I don't agree with a lot of his policies. However, I don't agree with Romney when it comes to foreign policy, social issues, and immigration.

I wish there was a better choice between these two guys. I voted for Obama, but I only voted for him because I had to chose the lesser of the two evils.

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NextYearIsHere needs to be here too. He's been shooting his mouth off as well.

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I got a not so good gut feeling we lose this one.

DAMMIT MUNSON GET OUT OF MY HEAD

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I didn't vote for Obama the first time, and I don't agree with a lot of his policies. However, I don't agree with Romney when it comes to foreign policy, social issues, and immigration.

I wish there was a better choice between these two guys. I voted for Obama, but I only voted for him because I had to chose the lesser of the two evils.

o you voted for McCain over Obama but not Romney over Obama.....yeah that makes sense.

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Neo....as long as your party keeps its current stance on foreign affairs you have no shot at winning elections. Despite being spot on with nearly all other points.

Just sayin'......

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While I would like Johnson to win, I don't see it happening this time. 2016 is the year to strike for Libertarians. Either way, Gov. Johnson's getting my vote today.

As for predictions, I still think it's going to be a bloodbath....

Romney 347

Obama 191 - (Winning; CA, VT, DC, DE, RI, NH, OR, HI, CT, MN, NY, MI, WA, NJ, IL)

Oh and by the way.... I wanna see Cocky4ever and Zartan here afterwards since they were talking the most trash prior to the election. I believe it was Cocky that said this site would blow up when Obama wins.

You can comfortably vote for him with a clear conscience (so can I for that matter) - he is clearly the best candidate.

Living in GA & AL, I HAVE typically voted for the Libertarian when I could (always wanted the Libertarian party to get more votes than the socialistic Green Party)

This year? I have to vote Romney. IF he loses, I want him to at least win the popular vote - maybe a "moral victory"; but it MIGHT help stall the moron's agenda...

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o you voted for McCain over Obama but not Romney over Obama.....yeah that makes sense.

I'm glad you got that out of your system.

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Neo....as long as your party keeps its current stance on foreign affairs you have no shot at winning elections. Despite being spot on with nearly all other points.

Just sayin'......

What would that be exactly?

To quit being the policemen of the world telling everyone how to live? War should be a last resort and only used when declared by Congress.

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I didn't vote for Obama the first time, and I don't agree with a lot of his policies. However, I don't agree with Romney when it comes to foreign policy, social issues, and immigration.

I wish there was a better choice between these two guys. I voted for Obama, but I only voted for him because I had to chose the lesser of the two evils.

Wow. im speechless. What state are you in?

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I'm glad you got that out of your system.

Please tell us how Romney and McCain differ on immigration / Foreign Policy.......I have yet to find one.

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Wow. im speechless

You should be......

This is clearly an example of why the uneducated nitwits should NOT be allowed to vote. It's actually quite scary. See post below...

I didn't vote for Obama the first time, and I don't agree with a lot of his policies. However, I don't agree with Romney when it comes to foreign policy, social issues, and immigration.

I wish there was a better choice between these two guys. I voted for Obama, but I only voted for him because I had to chose the lesser of the two evils.

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