Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Nov 07

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#24030 May 27, 2012
Laura Bush wrote:
<quoted text>Same goes for Al gore he won the popular vote,we got stuck with the dumbest President ever in G Worst Bush.
LMAO!

Proven AGAIN the dumbest poster next to dantheman!

LMAO!

By did you get outed AGAIN!

LMAO!
Yeah

Bronx, NY

#24031 May 27, 2012
Who cares
Rollout

West Mifflin, PA

#24032 May 28, 2012
You have to excuse rollout, he like rich white guys and hates gays, blacks,a womans right to her own body,and probably hates his owm mom,but we try to entertain the retards in here cause they have no clue.
They arent playing with a full deck.
The lights on but no one is home.
The elevator doesnt go to the top floor.
They are one french fry short of a happy meal.
They think Johnny Cash is a paid toilet.

HAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#24034 May 28, 2012
Rollout wrote:
You have to excuse rollout, he like rich white guys and hates gays, blacks,a womans right to her own body,and probably hates his owm mom,but we try to entertain the retards in here cause they have no clue.
They arent playing with a full deck.
The lights on but no one is home.
The elevator doesnt go to the top floor.
They are one french fry short of a happy meal.
They think Johnny Cash is a paid toilet.
HAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
..........

we try to entertain the retards in here cause they have no clue.

..........

The food stamp program, part of the Department of Agriculture, is

“ pleased to be distributing the greatest amount of food stamps ever”.

......

Meanwhile, the Park Service, also part of the Department of Agriculture, asks us to

"please do not feed the animals,"

because the animals may grow dependent and not learn how to take care of themselves.
iggi

Carlisle, PA

#24035 May 28, 2012
Romney has a 24 point lead with veterans, according to Gallup.

Romney 58%
Obama 34 %

I seem to remember a poster made the comment that Obama was leading with veterans. Either that poster was lying or misinformed.

Gallup has publicly stated that Obama now has a higher chance of losing rather than winning.

By May, Gallup gave Jimmy Carter a lead over Reagan of 49 to 41, higher than Obama today.

Carter suffered a landslide defeat.

It looks like Obama will be the Jimmy Carter of 2012.
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#24036 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
Romney has a 24 point lead with veterans, according to Gallup.
Romney 58%
Obama 34 %
I seem to remember a poster made the comment that Obama was leading with veterans. Either that poster was lying or misinformed.
Gallup has publicly stated that Obama now has a higher chance of losing rather than winning.
By May, Gallup gave Jimmy Carter a lead over Reagan of 49 to 41, higher than Obama today.
Carter suffered a landslide defeat.
It looks like Obama will be the Jimmy Carter of 2012.
There's a third possibility: two different polls showed two different results.

Two weeks ago a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that by 44 to 37, veterans and their families favored Obama over Romney.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/05/14/us-...

So now another poll says something different. That hardly makes me lying OR misinformed, does it?
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#24037 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
Romney has a 24 point lead with veterans, according to Gallup.
Romney 58%
Obama 34 %
I seem to remember a poster made the comment that Obama was leading with veterans. Either that poster was lying or misinformed.
Gallup has publicly stated that Obama now has a higher chance of losing rather than winning.
By May, Gallup gave Jimmy Carter a lead over Reagan of 49 to 41, higher than Obama today.
Carter suffered a landslide defeat.
It looks like Obama will be the Jimmy Carter of 2012.
But rather than making predictions based on polls from 32 YEARS AGO(!), how about naming the states that will give Romney 270 electoral votes.

http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/2012/romn...

You do know that electoral votes are how Presidents win, right?
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#24038 May 28, 2012
Melissa Kirst wrote:
Ron Paul will get the GOP nomination in Tampa. If you care to know what I think. RNC Rule 38.
Bless your little heart! You probably actually believe that, don't you? LOL!

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#24039 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
By May, Gallup gave Jimmy Carter a lead over Reagan of 49 to 41, higher than Obama today.
Carter suffered a landslide defeat.
And in 1992 GHWB was riding an 80% approval rating. He seemed unstoppable. And again, we all know what happened to him.

What happened to both Carter and Bush was the same thing. The ECONOMY. And unless this current economy turns around a LOT, Mr Obama may suffer those same consequences. He will be fired.

He spent all his capital in his first two years not by growing the economy so jobs could be created, but rather by pushing through a health insurance plan the country did not want. Remember, it passed the House by only 5 votes. And 62 Democrats who voted for it were fired in 2010.

Everybody can claim this poll, that poll, but the American people will vote with their wallets, as they do every time.
iggi

Carlisle, PA

#24040 May 28, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
There's a third possibility: two different polls showed two different results.
Two weeks ago a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that by 44 to 37, veterans and their families favored Obama over Romney.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/05/14/us-...
So now another poll says something different. That hardly makes me lying OR misinformed, does it?
Historically the military has always supported the GOP.

Polls will change for the coming months. What can't be disputed is that Obama is not doing that well for an incumbent.

Were you the one that mentioned the poll several weeks ago? I didn't remember who it was.
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#24041 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
<quoted text>Historically the military has always supported the GOP.
I know that's true. So when a poll of a Republican-leaning group shows that they're leaning toward the Democrat, that's a significant finding, isn't it?

But when a poll of a Republican-leaning group shows that they're leaning toward the Republican, it's hardly something to crow about.

And, yeah it was me that posted the Reuters poll. Questioning whether "a poster" was lying when Reuters/Ipsos had a poll result seems a little silly, doesn't it?
iggi

Carlisle, PA

#24042 May 28, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
But rather than making predictions based on polls from 32 YEARS AGO(!), how about naming the states that will give Romney 270 electoral votes.
http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/2012/romn...
You do know that electoral votes are how Presidents win, right?
Many are now saying Romney can win. There is a good article by Thomas Beaumont of the Associated Press..." Warning signs for Obama on path to electotal map", posted 5/28/12.

There was another article I read that gave breakdowns on how Romney could win. They are slowly starting to happen. Looks like Wisconsin will go Romney, as will Florida, and so forth.

Another one by Tim Stanley of The Telegraph..."But in the last two weeks,things have chsnged. Obama's reelection is no longer guaranteed; some pollsters think it is unlikely. Day by day,the odds are improving that Romney will be the next President of the United States."

I also hear many people that voted for Obama in 2008 are now saying they won't vote for him again.

As far as the Hispanic vote going for Obama.. most of those states are for Obama anyhow, so it really doesn't matter.

Obama doesn't drwa the crowds like he did in 2008, he is met with protesters, he has become an aging rock star that no one wants to see anymore.
iggi

Carlisle, PA

#24043 May 28, 2012
Jeff Phillips wrote:
<quoted text>
And in 1992 GHWB was riding an 80% approval rating. He seemed unstoppable. And again, we all know what happened to him.
What happened to both Carter and Bush was the same thing. The ECONOMY. And unless this current economy turns around a LOT, Mr Obama may suffer those same consequences. He will be fired.
He spent all his capital in his first two years not by growing the economy so jobs could be created, but rather by pushing through a health insurance plan the country did not want. Remember, it passed the House by only 5 votes. And 62 Democrats who voted for it were fired in 2010.
Everybody can claim this poll, that poll, but the American people will vote with their wallets, as they do every time.
Yes I agree the American people will vote with their wallets. Because of that it is another reason Romney wins. The economy is a mess and not really improving. The majority of the American people do not want Obamacare, therefore another reason for his defeat. The list goes on and on. More than likely Obama is voted out in 2012.
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#24045 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
<quoted text>Many are now saying Romney can win. There is a good article by Thomas Beaumont of the Associated Press..." Warning signs for Obama on path to electotal map", posted 5/28/12.
There was another article I read that gave breakdowns on how Romney could win. They are slowly starting to happen. Looks like Wisconsin will go Romney, as will Florida, and so forth.
Another one by Tim Stanley of The Telegraph..."But in the last two weeks,things have chsnged. Obama's reelection is no longer guaranteed; some pollsters think it is unlikely. Day by day,the odds are improving that Romney will be the next President of the United States."
I also hear many people that voted for Obama in 2008 are now saying they won't vote for him again.
As far as the Hispanic vote going for Obama.. most of those states are for Obama anyhow, so it really doesn't matter.
Obama doesn't drwa the crowds like he did in 2008, he is met with protesters, he has become an aging rock star that no one wants to see anymore.
The MSM is deeply invested in this being a horse race.

And the right is deeply invested in believing that Romney has a prayer.

Problem is - it's all fantasy.
Obama 2012

West Mifflin, PA

#24046 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
<quoted text>Historically the military has always supported the GOP.
Polls will change for the coming months. What can't be disputed is that Obama is not doing that well for an incumbent.
Were you the one that mentioned the poll several weeks ago? I didn't remember who it was.
Is that how McCain won?
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
Obama 2012

West Mifflin, PA

#24047 May 28, 2012
iggi wrote:
<quoted text>Historically the military has always supported the GOP.
Polls will change for the coming months. What can't be disputed is that Obama is not doing that well for an incumbent.
Were you the one that mentioned the poll several weeks ago? I didn't remember who it was.
The truth is the Americans dont believe the 2 wars we are in are worth right now.
Sure, you have some gun ho people( Rambo type ) that really want to shoot a gun to get their nuts off, but the average American thinks we should get out of these 2 wars that are NOT winnable. Also countries can win wars, but not conflicts such as we are in today...did we win in Viet Nam ? NOPE! Why? It was a conflict..
Obama 2012

West Mifflin, PA

#24048 May 28, 2012
May 14, 2012

If the election were held today, Obama would win the veteran vote by as much as seven points over Romney, higher than his margin in the general population.

"I went to war for George Bush," said Grafton, 48, a retired Army master sergeant who served in special operations units in Somalia and Iraq. "But we can't keep policing the world."

Despite widespread disillusionment over recent wars, most veterans support some form of military action to keep Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. That doesn't mean they want another ground war: Veterans lean toward a military spending policy that emphasizes special forces and unmanned systems.

Karen Grafton, who voted for Obama in 2008 based on his promise to end the Iraq war, now says, "I want someone to get us out of this economic turmoil. That's No. 1. I'm not sure he is the person to do that. But I don't blame him. He inherited a mess."

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/05/14/us-...
270 in his hands

Wellsboro, PA

#24049 May 28, 2012
Obama, the most disliked President (exclipsing George dubbya Bush)in modern history, looks like the winner of the 2012 election. The GOP picked a flop in Romney.
270 in his hands

Wellsboro, PA

#24050 May 28, 2012
*eclipsing

Since: Feb 08

Philadelphia, PA

#24051 May 28, 2012
270 in his hands wrote:
Obama, the most disliked President (exclipsing George dubbya Bush)in modern history, looks like the winner of the 2012 election. The GOP picked a flop in Romney.
I like him. I voted for him. I am going to vote for him again.

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