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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by Live Free View Post
    Why do you think this?
    Americans hate to be called racists.
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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    the man was a senator for 30 minutes. michelle bachmann has more experience at the national level than he did.
    Obviously... Governor "experience" did nothing for GWB.....look at the mess that he created.
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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

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    Americans hate to be called racists.
    More the weak republican field. That's why there is the constantly changing leader board with continuous calls for someone else.

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Obama did make a lot of promises to those who elected him, and did not keep them, while knuckling under to a Republican MINORITY. Obama is toast. As a matter of fact, that 2008 Obama juggernaut has now come to a stop, and has no place left to go.

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Obviously... Governor "experience" did nothing for GWB.....look at the mess that he created.
    True, Bush created the mess, but Obama has wallowed in that mess, making him no better than Bush.
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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinKohler View Post
    How in the hell will Obama NOT get elected? Seriously, who are the american people going to vote for instead? ROMNEY? Good god, Obama's a shoe in if that's what people think, lol. People say sure, vote 3rd party, but in many states, those 3rd party members don't even show up on the ballet. And beside, the american people vote on TV commercials. Who's going to have the best ads, Romney, or the current sitting president? Please. It's gonna be 4 more years of Obama, folks, sorry to say. And to be honest, it's not going to make any difference, anyway. Seriously. When was the last time a presidential election actually made a difference in american politics? This mountain of crap hasn't really changed since the 50s.
    The 1980 election resulted in a magnificent change in American politics. The 1992 election likewise changed the American political landscape. And the 2000 election resulted in America going firmly in one direction, where if it ended differently it would be going in a much different direction.

    The 1984 election resulted in a second term (obviously no political change) as did the 1988 election (effectively keeping the policies similar as Bush went from VP to POTUS and the 1996 election also resulted in a second term.

    Whenever an incumbent is defeated or a new President wins an equal contest there is a change in the United States.

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    True, Bush created the mess, but Obama has wallowed in that mess, making him no better than Bush.
    Not to mention made it worse with more big government and wasting money.

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Let's hope the people are right once again.


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    Yup I read this earlier and I believe it....its all about perception and the media has been all about doom and gloom and obama being in a bad position...how could the mass's think anything else...but that can still change and the whole dynamics of this race changes the day his actual republican oppnent is chosen....then the real game starts

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    One can only hope...and vote to ensure the outcome.

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    Re: Majority expects Obama to lose re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinKohler View Post
    How in the hell will Obama NOT get elected? Seriously, who are the american people going to vote for instead? ROMNEY? Good god, Obama's a shoe in if that's what people think, lol. People say sure, vote 3rd party, but in many states, those 3rd party members don't even show up on the ballet. And beside, the american people vote on TV commercials. Who's going to have the best ads, Romney, or the current sitting president? Please. It's gonna be 4 more years of Obama, folks, sorry to say. And to be honest, it's not going to make any difference, anyway. Seriously. When was the last time a presidential election actually made a difference in american politics? This mountain of crap hasn't really changed since the 50s.
    I'd vote for a drunk crossing guard before voting for Obama...and Obama's Wall Street monies have all but dried-up.

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