View Poll Results: Who do you think will win the Election

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  • Barack Obama

    38 74.51%
  • Mitt Romney

    11 21.57%
  • Gary Johnson

    1 1.96%
  • Jill Stein

    1 1.96%
  • Virgil Goode

    0 0%
  • Rocky Anderson

    0 0%
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Thread: Be Honest....

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    Re: Be Honest....

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdog View Post
    I actually think Romney will pull a surprise win. He is still going up in the polls and Ohio is actually looking like it will be a Romney win. I don't put much stock in polls but I think he is going to pull an upset.

    In the end, at this point I don't even really care who wins. I just want it to end.
    imo romney will win because he wins the votes of the majority of people who voted, but lose because our system doesnt care about that.

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    Re: Be Honest....

    I think Obama will win because the polls say so. And although I am quietly hoping that some of my conservative brethren are right about the polls being off, I doubt it, and as they have been reasonably accurate in the past I will continue to believe in them until proven otherwise.
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    Re: Be Honest....

    I think Obama will win because that just seems like the most likely outcome when I look at the possible ways the electoral college could play out. I would bet a monthís pay on it but not a yearís pay. I am less certain of the popular vote. I donít think I would be willing to bet any substantial amount of money on the popular vote either way.

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    Re: Be Honest....

    Obama, can't ignore the polls + incumbent advantage. I want Romney to win though.

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    Re: Be Honest....

    Obama 290 to 248
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    I really really REALLY do not want Obama to win, but I accept that he has better odds right now.
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    Re: Be Honest....

    Quote Originally Posted by Mustachio View Post
    I voted for Obama because the polls say he has the edge. I would much rather have Jill Stein as President, but I would rather have Obama and Romney as co-presidents than either one of them as president. We've got to start cutting down on the debt, meaning entitlement reform, cutbacks in the military, giving up the stupid war against drugs, and increasing revenues. We're not going to get these things done unless we work together, but we fight about the dumbest crap because dumb crap makes for exciting headlines.

    It's like we're on the titanic and we're arguing about how to avoid the iceberg.
    Jill Stein wasn't on the ballot here in Indiana. They only had Obama, Romney and Johnson. Of course there was a blank space to write in a candidate. I'd like to see Stein win. Maybe in 2016.
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    I predicted Obama def. Romney this year back on the day Romney resigned during the '08 campaign. Sometimes I can just see things coming from a long, long way away. Not all the time, but sometimes.

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    Re: Be Honest....

    I think a mendacious politician will win.

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    Re: Be Honest....

    Quote Originally Posted by iacardsfan View Post
    Who do you think is going to win? Please try and not only select who you want to win, but who you think will win from what you have seen and what you know. Please try and leave a little explanation why you voted for who you did.
    I voted for the incumbent, as Romney's economics won't work and slow growth is better than decline.

    Though, given the jobs numbers and deficit, I have a hard time thinking Obama'll get another term.

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