Rogue, the fact of the matter is, you are so confident in your predictions, and so far have been wrong with pretty much every one of them. Instead of saying, "I think this and that will end up this way or will win or lose", you always write "It will end up this way and we'll win". Temper those predictions, for no one knows for sure how things will evolve. You were wrong on your mayor (you blamed the press - c'mon), you were wrong on Supreme court Obamacare, you were wrong on all the Obama BC challenges in 180 courts, you were dead wrong on the Presidential election, dead wrong on Michigan, Florida and other states. Dead wrong on yesterday's CA Supreme court case, again on Obama's eligibility.Aftermath [Richard Jewell
In July 1997, U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, prompted by a reporter's question at her regular weekly news conference, expressed regret over the FBI's leak to the news media that led to the widespread presumption of his guilt, and apologized outright, saying, "I'm very sorry it happened. I think we owe him an apology. I regret the leak."
Now you're still going on about the Zimmerman-Martin case. One would swear you were there when it happened, and you are so sure that Zimmerman is innocent and Martin guilty. So-called "libtards" (Rogue, tm reg'd) are less sanguine about this, have you noticed? They are waiting for the trial, testimonies, facts and hearsay to be heard when the time comes, not predicting anything. Although no specific predictions on the outcome of any future trial on your part, you've vouched and sworn Zimmerman's innocence and Martin's guilt. Why? On what grounds? On what grounds would you prematurely find either guilty or innocent? There were no witnesses.
Your your predictions so often turn to ridicule, like yesterday's CA supreme court ruling that there IS no case. Instead of saying, "I was wrong", you plead "jerking your chain" or "red herring". And, seems you never learn. Which limb are you gonna go out on the next time? Oh, the job count coming out today. You may be right, I would tend to agree with you on bad numbers, whatever the reason, but unlike you, I'm not predicting anything good or bad, as it's outside my control as it is yours. But what say you if you're wrong? That Obama concocted the numbers? That the numbers are not real, that the real rate is different, much worse?