Skip to comments.Key reasons for a Romney win on Tuesday
Posted on 11/05/2012 8:44:35 AM PST by Oldpuppymax
Rather than try to follow each and every poll result, an impossible task even in midterm years, look at a few persuasive election numbers.
According to a Rasmussen, Indiana poll, Mitt Romney currently holds a 52-43 lead over Barack Obama. In 2008, Obama edged John McCain by 1 point. So Romney has turned the vote around by 10 points. This means that Republicans who undoubtedly stayed home in 2008 are NOT going to miss the opportunity to throw Obama from the White House. And its a cinch that any number of Democrats who voted for Obama the first time around will be voting for Romney after having seen the damage The One has done to their nation.
In 2008, McCain won Montana by 2 percentage points. Rasmussen has Romney up by 10. Sure, Montana is not a...
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Seriously , this is exactly how I have it figured. If we conservatives do not win this thing it is our own fault.
The table is set for a big honkin’ landslide , victory for freedom. When pressed real Americans will always bet on themselves for survival. (at least for the foreseeable future).
When the day comes (and it could) when Americans feel they can't survive without help from some D.C. nitwit we have lost the most dynamic, freest , most independent nation that has ever existed, and it will be near impossible to get it back without horrific bloodshed.
IF YOU DO NOT VOTE YOU AUTOMATICALLY GIVE YOUR COUNTRY'S FUTURE TO WHOMEVER GOVERNS. VOTE VOTE VOTE conservatives or suffer the terrible consequences.
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