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strato 11-10-2011 09:40 AM

Rick Perry - One down...
 

Halo 11-10-2011 10:37 AM

Honestly, many of my friends from Texas bragged about Perry...
for some reason they don't want to talk about IT anymore.

strato 11-10-2011 11:01 AM

Too bad they didn't see the light for 8 years...

SmashMouth 11-10-2011 11:23 AM

This was bad .... at least he did not stumble on a teleprompter, or diss Netanyahu as PRESBO did!

strato 11-10-2011 12:00 PM

So really out of this group Romney looks to be the front runner?...I dont care who wins on either side...but Obama would tear any of these clowns up in a debate..

Im voting for Pedro..

Halo 11-10-2011 12:41 PM

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Originally Posted by strato (Post 347204)
So really out of this group Romney looks to be the front runner?...I dont care who wins on either side...but Obama would tear any of these clowns up in a debate..

Im voting for Pedro..

VOTE FOR PEDRO!!!

Romney is a formidable opponent and an ardent debater. He has centrist ties and supported healthcare reform in his state. Regardless of who is nominated, the full force of the Repubs will be behind the candidate whomever he/she is.

Obama is unpopular right now in very strange way. Debate or no debate, if you put almost anyone against Obama in swing state polling, whoever they are is neck and neck with Barak.

Every incumbant loses traction after being in office for 2 to 3 years because of positions they must take on either side of issues which polarizes popularity. But an incumbent with numbers this low in head to head matches is bad news for the Obama team.
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Recent polls indicate that Obama faces an uphill battle to duplicate the success he had in 12 toss-up states, including Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, that he won in 2008.
See also USA Today poll:
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In head-to-head matchups, Romney leads Obama among registered voters in swing states by a single percentage point, 47% to 46%...
And against Cain, Obama narrowly win by three points, 48% to 45%.
Both Cain and Romney fall within the poll's 3% error margin.
Also daily Gallop Polling shows Obama's Presidential Job approval either dipping low or staying level with those who disapprove.

Obama has an up-hill battle to re-election and he can do it, but he can just as easily be a 1 and done president.

SmashMouth 11-10-2011 02:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Halo (Post 347213)
VOTE FOR PEDRO!!!

Romney is a formidable opponent and an ardent debater. He has centrist ties and supported healthcare reform in his state. Regardless of who is nominated, the full force of the Repubs will be behind the candidate whomever he/she is.

Obama is unpopular right now in very strange way. Debate or no debate, if you put almost anyone against Obama in swing state polling, whoever they are is neck and neck with Barak.

Every incumbant loses traction after being in office for 2 to 3 years because of positions they must take on either side of issues which polarizes popularity. But an incumbent with numbers this low in head to head matches is bad news for the Obama team.


See also USA Today poll:


Also daily Gallop Polling shows Obama's Presidential Job approval either dipping low or staying level with those who disapprove.

Obama has an up-hill battle to re-election and he can do it, but he can just as easily be a 1 and done president.


All good points ... Newt and the Cain Train are still in play, imho!

strato 11-10-2011 02:27 PM

Its a shame ..the best one in that bunch doesn't even get a chance to speak..Its a popularity contest...

And i don't think Cain will make it past the sex scandal..Perry will see to that...

Srgt. Hulka 11-10-2011 02:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Halo (Post 347213)
...but he can just as easily be a 1 and done president.

Please oh please oh please oh please!!!!

SmashMouth 11-10-2011 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by strato (Post 347229)
Its a shame ..the best one in that bunch doesn't even get a chance to speak..Its a popularity contest...

And i don't think Cain will make it past the sex scandal..Perry will see to that...

True dat ... but the Cain Train is still running ... it's a leftist media embellished and purported attempt which seems to be backfiring, this pseudo-sex deal. The 999 plan is the first step to HR25, what we really all need to fix this mess.


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