Obama only won Florida over McCain by 50% to 48%. With Indiana and North Carolina off the table, he’ll have to win it this time.
As bad as Florida’s economy is going, it’s citizens would be nuts to reelect the idiot Obama, but people do stupid things.
Bummer only just won 2008, with all the money and hopeychangy they could muster.
This is the 1-termiest 1-termer EVER.
If he wins, votes no longer count in America.
I’m in Orlando. Obama took Orlando in 2008. He’s not even going to be close in 2012.
Yeah, he only won Florida by 50% to 48%. And that was in a year where he should have won by a landslide in FL, given how well Democrats did all over the country.
So...there is hope in FL. Still, can’t take it for granted.
Don’t let anyone try to fool you. 2012 will be and even bigger wave election than 2012. Then we will have a chance to hand that POST Obama his own ass! Highly motivating!
“...And, now that he’s the president, Obama could be blamed....”
Wow. Real Clear Politics has landed on planet obvious.
Sarasota, FL, 1 in 21 homes foreclosed:
Lakeland, FL, 1 in 21 homes foreclosed::
Tampa, FL, 1 in 20 homes foreclosed:
Port St. Lucie, FL, 1 in 19 homes foreclosed:
Naples, FL, 1 in 18 homes foreclosed:
Deltona, FL, 1 in 17 homes foreclosed:
Orlando, FL, 1 in 15 homes foreclosed:
Miami, FL, 1 in 14 homes foreclosed:
Cape Coral, FL, 1 in 12 homes foreclosed:
A house in my neighborhood in south Fla. was appraised at 850k a few years ago. It was sold at a bank auction a few months ago at $275k. Most of the Keys are like that.
Some Democrats claim that Rick Scott’s unpopularity will spill over into the presidential are. I don’t think it will be much of a factor.
Let’s make the headline less wordy.
Obama is challenged