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jazzes an otherwise boring election

Posted: 8/12/2012 10:28 AM

jazzes an otherwise boring election 


Obama has replaced hope with fear and mud, while Romney is unexciting. 

Paul Ryan introduces a new element.  Someone unafraid to confront about the big issues.
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Posted: 10/23/2012 1:22 AM

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The season for the Cardinals has come to a close.   So too, soon, will the term of President Obama.  He was elected during a time of economic crisis, as the nation tried someone different.  

Missouri has long voted for the candidate who won.  In 2008, this did not happen, as Missouri went for Senator McCain.  Now in 2012, pollsters report Mr. Romney is up 10 percentage points over Mr. Obama.  Its not a close race this year, in the Show Me State.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 11:24 PM

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Montanez wrote: The season for the Cardinals has come to a close.   So too, soon, will the term of President Obama.  He was elected during a time of economic crisis, as the nation tried someone different.  

Missouri has long voted for the candidate who won.  In 2008, this did not happen, as Missouri went for Senator McCain.  Now in 2012, pollsters report Mr. Romney is up 10 percentage points over Mr. Obama.  Its not a close race this year, in the Show Me State.

I wouldnt be so confident, im a fiscal conservative, social moderate, and will be voting for romney. I also believe he will win the popular vote. Our electoral system however will probably give obama a second term. The real race then comes down to the senate, republicans need to tie it up.

If anything maybe we can begin to change our system of voting so that we can never again have a situation where (possibly) a candidate can get over 1 million votes more than the other guy yet still not be elected

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Posted: 11/4/2012 11:23 AM

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grayssportsalmanac wrote:
Montanez wrote: The season for the Cardinals has come to a close.   So too, soon, will the term of President Obama.  He was elected during a time of economic crisis, as the nation tried someone different.  

Missouri has long voted for the candidate who won.  In 2008, this did not happen, as Missouri went for Senator McCain.  Now in 2012, pollsters report Mr. Romney is up 10 percentage points over Mr. Obama.  Its not a close race this year, in the Show Me State.

I wouldnt be so confident, im a fiscal conservative, social moderate, and will be voting for romney. I also believe he will win the popular vote. Our electoral system however will probably give obama a second term. The real race then comes down to the senate, republicans need to tie it up.

If anything maybe we can begin to change our system of voting so that we can never again have a situation where (possibly) a candidate can get over 1 million votes more than the other guy yet still not be elected

The electoral college has generally worked well for a long time. 

Not to worry about the election.  Romney should do very well, probably more than 300 electoral votes.  You can disregard Nate Silver's nonsense predictions for the New York Times.  

Incumbents should be re-elected comfortably.  Is that happening for Mr. Obama.  No. 

Can he hang on an eke out a victory?   He hopes so.  But Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan are generally blue States that are very close in polls, indicating wide crumbling of Obama's base.   

Respected political analyst Michael Barone is predicting 315 electoral votes for the comeback team of Romney/Ryan.   The game will need to be played on Tuesday to find out the final score.
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Posted: 11/4/2012 7:47 PM

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Montanez wrote:
grayssportsalmanac wrote:
Montanez wrote: The season for the Cardinals has come to a close.   So too, soon, will the term of President Obama.  He was elected during a time of economic crisis, as the nation tried someone different.  

Missouri has long voted for the candidate who won.  In 2008, this did not happen, as Missouri went for Senator McCain.  Now in 2012, pollsters report Mr. Romney is up 10 percentage points over Mr. Obama.  Its not a close race this year, in the Show Me State.

I wouldnt be so confident, im a fiscal conservative, social moderate, and will be voting for romney. I also believe he will win the popular vote. Our electoral system however will probably give obama a second term. The real race then comes down to the senate, republicans need to tie it up.

If anything maybe we can begin to change our system of voting so that we can never again have a situation where (possibly) a candidate can get over 1 million votes more than the other guy yet still not be elected

The electoral college has generally worked well for a long time. 

Not to worry about the election.  Romney should do very well, probably more than 300 electoral votes.  You can disregard Nate Silver's nonsense predictions for the New York Times.  

Incumbents should be re-elected comfortably.  Is that happening for Mr. Obama.  No. 

Can he hang on an eke out a victory?   He hopes so.  But Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan are generally blue States that are very close in polls, indicating wide crumbling of Obama's base.   

Respected political analyst Michael Barone is predicting 315 electoral votes for the comeback team of Romney/Ryan.   The game will need to be played on Tuesday to find out the final score.

I hope you are right, but regardless of what happens on tues, a few pollsters will be severely discredited...
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Posted: 11/7/2012 8:59 PM

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grayssportsalmanac wrote:

I hope you are right
I was not right and I am really angry.
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Posted: 11/10/2012 9:03 PM

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this country has a media that protects dems...and its really very sad...I consider myself a right leaning indy voter...but so many things going so wrong. Obama gets a free pass for everything...

For someone who might have been in new orleans in 2005, or perhaps an urban planning or disaster relief expert, Id like to understand why george bush was a failure in katrina, yet obama is overseas doing god knows why while the people in jersey and SI, NY are being ignored by the media....
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