LOL! Bravo!!Non Relativus wrote:
Libtard pundits are saying Obama has 55% chance of being re-elected. George Stephanopolous was all giddy the other day when reporting on a poll of prospective women voters (heavily in favor of Obama over Romney at this juncture).
Regardless, I predict Romney will win by 3-4% points in Nov. If election was held today, Obama might take it by 1-2% points.
Here are considerations for November:
1) Obama's women support will neutralize after contraception mandate situation works itself out. He energized female base, but forgot that in order to keep them energized he must not back down. He will be forced to concede because of Constitutional violations. The women will turn on him, thinking he turned on them (he set himself up like dope...he promises, but can't deliver).
2) Late June will likely bring bad news for Obama's health insurance mandate. His prize law that he spent TWO YEARS working on while unemployment numbers continued to rise will come back to bite him in his skinny ass. He listened to Pelosi and Reid, and didn't focus on the biggest issue in American households. That's called "piss poor leadership."
3) The Israel-Iran situation could change his chances irreversibly. If Israel attacks Iran w/out U.S. support, gas prices will sky rocket more than they already have. Obama will be blamed b/c of managing the Mideast crisis ineffectually.
4) Conservatives/Republicans have not yet gathered around one candidate yet. It's been a primary campaign that required chaos to settle some things between grass-roots conservatives, and establishment Republicans. When the dust settles & it becomes Romney v. Obama, forces will collect to remove the buffoon from office.
I do realize this country is filled with moronic libtards who are dumb enough to buy into Barack's nonsense (even after his pathetic record) but I'm not going to bow to the libtard pundits & their arrogant (read: wishful thinking) predictions.
So, there's that.
I will put this post aside, and we can look and see if you do any better this time than you did last election. Because it is fair to put some skin in the game:
Romney has such incredibly low enthusiasm, and a bad history (both recent and earlier) I am going to say it is not going to be very close. The Republicans take Texas, and no other big electoral vote state. Indiana goes to Obama.
Pure speculation: Gut feeling is that John Roberts is going to upset you.
I am pretty happy with my answer. Your predictions were worth what I thought they would be. I do hope you will play again in 2015.
I see something dragged the carrion back into the forum, and Lynne is in her glory as she thinks she has a playmate back. What worthless pieces of shit they both are.
I wonder how happy is that pretty much ALL of his predictions went down the sewer with him, after all, its good company for him.
More and more states are passing SSM laws, Obamacare is going forward and the world ISN'T ending. Go figure.
BTW, did you see this latest in the saga of the RCC's ignoring the molestation of children? This one may be the worst in history (so far...)
Given the RCC took NO ACTION against Murphy, the one priest that molested over 200 children in his years in the RCC - it will be interesting to see if they ignore this too.