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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

    Quote Originally Posted by conservativeguy View Post
    Nope. The American public are sick and tired of his empty rhetoric and absolutely worthless economic policies. Candidly, I think the polls are overstating his approval rating. I think a lot of white guilt is baked into those numbers and may overstate his weak 45% figure by at least 5% to 10%. I am also convinced BO will not draw the record number of blacks and youth to the polls next year like he did when he was the unknown new kid on the block in 2008. The ONLY thing that could improve his chances would be a totally unexpected major improvement in the economy......nobody is forecasting that to happen.

    Oh yeah, one more factor to consider ..... all those pesky conservatives and Tea Party folks are going to show up at the voting stations like a tsunami wave in 2012.
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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

    Need a "too early to guess" option.
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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

    Quote Originally Posted by conservativeguy View Post
    The latest poll I saw had the TP approval number in the 40's. When people are asked what they think about smaller government, personal liberty and less government intrusion in their lives (all TP platforms), a majority of the voters share those views. Besides that, there isn't a TP candidate or a TP "Party" so people will be voting for a dem or a repub.....not some boogieman with TP stamped on his forehead.
    I think you're mis-interpreting the polling.

    Sure, higher numbers of people support many of the ISSUES that TPers support. That does not automatically correlate to the same people supporting the candidates themselves, especially when you factor in the social issues (which, the TPers way over-estimate, IMO) and the perception that many of the TP candidates come off as borderline psychotic.

    You will notice that I use the "TP" label. No, there is no official organized 'party', but anybody with an ounce of objectivity know what and to which candidates the label is properly applied. Some of these candidates would be proud to attached the label to themselves, regardless the official (R) designation.

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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    I think you're mis-interpreting the polling.

    Sure, higher numbers of people support many of the ISSUES that TPers support. That does not automatically correlate to the same people supporting the candidates themselves, especially when you factor in the social issues (which, the TPers way over-estimate, IMO) and the perception that many of the TP candidates come off as borderline psychotic.

    You will notice that I use the "TP" label. No, there is no official organized 'party', but anybody with an ounce of objectivity know what and to which candidates the label is properly applied. Some of these candidates would be proud to attached the label to themselves, regardless the official (R) designation.
    Most of the actual TP groups have not made social issues any part of their platforms. Many candidates claiming they have TP support go off and bring social issues into the mix and this is what causes many people to be turned off by what they perceive to be TP issues. Hey, I get....perception is reality.

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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

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    Will Obama be re-elected?
    The idea that this President is even a viable candidate speaks volumes for the massive ignorance of some Americans. After Solyndra, Fast and Furious, the theft and sale of Chrysler, bailouts, trillion dollar deficits, failed stimulus plans, taxpayer funding for abortion and illegal lobbying for foreign abortions, Obamacare, the war on Libya, more gaffes than Perry, Cain and Bachmann combined, it is amazing that anyone would even consider re-electing this President. I'm still a little surprised that Democrats didn't run a challenger in the primary.
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    Re: Will Obama be re-elected?

    That all depends on the person running against him. Huntsman or Romney, that would be a close call (especially with Romney). If it's Herman Cain, Gingrich, or Perry I think Obama wouldn't have too much to worry about. That's just my opinion.
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