Skip to comments.Romney will win Iowa according to...(vanity)
Posted on 11/02/2012 6:32:19 AM PDT by NoobRep
FWIW, I was listening to Omaha radio station KFAB this morning, and host Jim Rose said a high ranking state official in Iowa told our Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman that Romney would win Iowa and win by 2 points. This isn't speculation, it's was a matter of fact statement.
Zero carried Iowa by almost 10 points and Wisconsin by almost 14 in 08’ and now people are seriously concerned about VA, OH, and FL.
It’s absolutely laughable to think Romney is close in WI and Iowa and might lose the above mentioned states.
Anyone who thinks so either doesn’t understand this process or is just addicted to worry.
it is unbelievable that a communist usurper fraud is only losing Iowa by 2 points.
I think Romney is close or ahead slightly in Iowa and Wisconsin.
I also think he is up beyond the margin of fraud in Ohio, Virginia, and Florida.
Sorry I didn’t make that clear before.
The all out effort and money by the left is making Ohio closer than it should be but in doing so they got caught with their pants down elsewhere.
The mountain of opposition to the regime here is about to topple over onto zero and his minions.
Be ready for race riots for anyone who lives near the large inner city hot spots.
It is speculation - a statement of fact can’t occur until the facts are known on Tuesday.
Bill Cunningham has made a flat-out-no-hedge prediction Romney wins Ohio.
For those who don’t know, Bill Cunningham knows OH like nobody else knows it.
He was pessimistic about his native state before the first debate, since then he has gradually become more optimistic but only just now has announced to America, via Hannity, that OH is Romney’s.
I saw an NBC/WSJ/Marist poll that listed states for Romney, Obama, and listed states where it could go either way. The comment about Iowa in THAT poll (a poll that was overall favorable to O...no surprise there) was that Iowa was out of Romney’s reach, based on THEIR results.
So here you have an Iowan, an official, who flat predicts R by two pts, juxtaposed against a D-biased poll that says R is too far behind in Iowa to have chance.
Election day is about to prove who’s right.
WHO was this High Ranking Official? most of the High Ranking Officials I know in Iowa, and I know quite a few,, are smart enough Not to Trash Talk at a Knife Fight.
If that’s a matter-of-fact statement, not speculation, coming from a state official, we should all be concerned.
There’s a little matter of counting the votes before guesswork becomes reality.
“If thats a matter-of-fact statement, not speculation, coming from a state official, we should all be concerned.”
Yeah. I don’t care which candidate he’s talking about, I don’t want to see state officials making ‘matter-of-fact’ statements about who will win an election four days before the election.
Mr. Eeyore, quit your fear-porn. The polls have all oversampled Dems 4-14 percent. The enthusiasm gap is HUGE. Think Scott Walker recall, when he got more votes in the recall than he did the original election. There’s a massive tidal wave that’s gonna flush the $hit right out of the colon of America.
Please see my following post #5 clarifying my original.
See any of my prior posts for that matter.
I am actually quite optimistic this year.
The GOTV effort and enthusiasm gap will carry the day for us.
Sorry for my inarticulate post. Easy up brother:-)
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