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    Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Too strong. A Santorum nomination increases the likelihood of an Obama re-election. Too many things are going to happen between now and November for anything to guarantee it.
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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Obama won't **** anything up. Rick has plenty of time to and as far as I know is already too radical of a social conservative to pick up swingers. Other than the absurd **** i see on facebook what does he even believe in?

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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by MKULTRABOY View Post
    I know is already too radical of a social conservative to pick up swingers.
    I'd imagine he'd be pretty opposed to picking up swingers indeed.


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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    I think that something big and bad will happen in the Middle East, that it will hurt Obama's chances a lot. So no, I see it helping Santorum a big deal, because of his knowledge about the Middle East.
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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo View Post
    I think that something big and bad will happen in the Middle East, that it will hurt Obama's chances a lot. So no, I see it helping Santorum a big deal, because of his knowledge about the Middle East.
    What is this middle east knowledge he has?

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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    I cast a YES vote although I tend to agree with Redress that it is phrased a bit too strongly. But taking the spirit of the question rather than the strict application of English, I do think it really helps the Obama re-election effort significantly.
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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Anything could happen, but IMO, it's about as likely as saying it will rain this month.
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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    Quote Originally Posted by MKULTRABOY View Post
    and as far as I know is already too radical of a social conservative to pick up swingers.
    This. Libs/Dems want Santorum to win nomination.

    If he does, who might he pick as his VP? That could be fun too. Bachmann?

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    Re: Santorum Nomination Guarantees an Obama Re-election

    I think Santorum is more likely to beat Obama than Romney is. Obama biggest weakness is Obamacare, and Romney has no rational argument against it. Plus, the idea that Romney is a stronger general election candidate than Santorum is nonsense. No one is excited over the prospects of a Romney presidency. No one.

    The only ones eager to see Romney as the nominee is Obama and Obama fans who see Romney as everything they want to run against. Santorum will give Obama fits. Although I give Obama the edge, anyone who thinks the race is over if Santorum wins will be in for a big disappointment.

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