Skip to comments.New Poll Proves Mitt May Lose - Coulter Right the First Time?
Posted on 07/19/2012 1:37:16 PM PDT by rightjb
Completely ignoring her original CPAC speech claiming that the GOP would loose if Mitt Romney was their nominee, she and others proceeded to make the exact opposite case that ONLY Mitt Romney had a chance in hell of winning in November. It seems hell is closed for expansion renovations.
A new Economist/YouGov poll shows that twice as many Americans believe that Mitt Romney eliminated many jobs as opposed to creating many. Wasn’t this supposed to be his big selling point?
Remember, all the reasons the RINO’s, and betraying turncoats like Coulter, gave us to toss aside the most powerful conservative Speaker in our time who could legitimately claim the creation of 12 million jobs while balancing the budget four consecutive times, and beginning entitlement reform? Let’s take a quick mid-term grade report:
Reason to Nominate Mitt
He can match Obama in Money
He has the best campaign media team
He can attract Independents
He is considered a job creator
As mentioned yesterday, since Mitt can’t spend is general election dough and can only use his primary money he is getting hammered in total ad spending.
Conn Carroll writes this morning:
Continued at: New Poll Proves Ann Coulter Was Right the First Time
(Excerpt) Read more at politijim.com ...
How can one use a POLL to PROVE that someone MAY lose?
Those respondents think "many" jobs were eliminated because the regime and its "media" direct them to believe it.
This from the same guy who lied in the Quick Summary of Sheriff Arpaio’s
press conference and misspelled his name seven times?
Not a lot of credibility there...
Ann Coulter supports Romney now because she feels trapped now. It’s sad, really.
Who was the sample group comprised of? Was it a scientific sample?
The FOREIGNER IS TOAST. Anybody that gets the nomination will slaughter him. There are not enough socialist democrat commies still clinging to this fraud for him to win.
Romney is ahead FOR THE FIRST TIME in the liberal, Dem +7 CBS/NYT poll. Vis-a-vis 0bama, Romney is sitting in the nearly exact same position he was in before this invented “controversy” came to light.
Romney hasn’t even been nominated yet, nor has he selected a running mate. There are many cards yet to be played.
I say nonsense.
The average person will vote for their team, regardless of whose running. Mitt will votes and so will that narcisstic thief, Obama.
Republicans will hold Mitt to a higher standard than the Dems with Obama. He could have a gay preteen sleep over in the Lincoln bedroom and no one would report it. Or, if they did, they’d say it was a Save the Children from the Republicans or Fill the Tank for Obama Campaign Contributions.
People are burned out on all this back and forth, contradictory nonsense. They’ll vote the party line. And, that could be worrisome. We need to learn to go head to toe with Acorn.
The human brain does this. We see a stock we own falling in price and a part of our brains thinks the thing will fall to zero, stay there, hurt us, impoverish us. We see a trend and unconsciously project said trend to infinity.
In my experience, whatever a poll may say today is objectively meaningless with the single exception of polling data on 0bamacare. There, the numbers have been remarkably constant. But I divert from my point.
Polls mean nothing. They are snapshots of bright objects which have the effect of generating buzz. And that’s all they generate.
With the idea of getting Romney’s goat, 0bama, I believe, got Romney’s goat with his Roanoke “you didn’t do that” speech. I’m highly encouraged by Romney’s reaction, and I’m highly encouraged by his refusal to release more tax returns. This is a strategy shift, and it shows subtle but powerful smarts on Romney’s side.
I think Romney latches onto this Roanoke thing and beats 0bama over the head with it; at least I hope he does. The challenge is going to be to connect those random neurons in lib heads that if there is no business, there are no jobs. I hope he can do it verbally via persuasion instead of having the economy collapse and prove it.
The thing that really pisses me off is that some lefty dims in the rust belt where they are too politically correct to make voters prove they are even here legally, can “manufacture” votes for their socialist bastard and get him crowned and I have to suffer!
The GOP-E just had to get their guy into the nomination.
Hope they enjoy their loss in November.
Romney will win.
Plus I have to read about how the party rejected Newt. That horse left the barn.
And maybe I’m really mistaken but I hardly think the election will be decided by a poll taken in July on whether Romney created jobs at B.
Also, I would be more concerned about being outspent on ads, however, am I wrong that the PACs do not have the same limitations and that referring only to primary versus general election spending by the Romney campaign is misleading?
Coulter was sure right about Judge Roberts.
As long as I don’t see a Utube video of Mitt Romney pulling a “Sanduskey” on a 10 year old boy I will be voting against Obama in November.
Your opinion matches mine: I think Romney will win.
Don’t know whose heads are going to explode first; the Liberals or the Romney haters.
I don’t love him...but I will vote for him.
If Obama does win, we have a pretty good idea of who voted against Romney - right on this website.
Romney will win. It will just slow the inevitable march to full-blown socialism, but he will win. So, basically, no matter who wins, they win, we lose. I stopped voting for Republicans because they NEVER do what they say they are going to do. I stopped voting for Democrats because they ALWAYS do what they say they’re going to do.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.