Skip to comments.Karl Rove's Early Electoral Map: OBAMA WINS
Posted on 04/26/2012 12:15:14 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
Ever since Mitt Romney all but secured the Republican nomination, we were all waiting with bated breath.
Wait no more. Karl Rove has finally put out his inaugural 2012 electoral map. And who's winning?
Barack Obama. Here it is, in all its glory:
You can see there how it breaks down: Right now, 284 votes are either solidly for Obama or "leaning Obama." Romney only has 172 solidly in his grasp or "leaning" toward him. The remaining 82 electoral votes are toss-ups.
What does this mean? Well, first, that Romney has some catching up to do and the gravity of the map he's up against. According to this map, even if Romney wins all the toss-up states of Iowa, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida — which could be done — he still wouldn't beat Obama.
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So cheer up everyone...the RINO loses :)
Whatever the reasons, numbers, blame, etc., I’m petrified that O gets re-elected.
why go through all this just put the electoral vote people in a room and let them fight it out ,save tons of money and having to listen to all the bull
Home of the slaves, land of the freeloaders. We’re all going to be on Barry and the ‘RATS’ plantation now.
Hi analysis does not square with just about everything else I’ve read. He’s giving states to Obama that are squarely up in the air or leaning Republican.
Rove is a jackass anyway.
For once, I believe Rove is right.
The question becomes: what do we do to stop Obama from implementing his agenda from 2013-2016?
Is SC a toss up because Newt beat Willard’s ass in the primary?
I notice he has Texas only leaning to Romney, and Ohio leaning to Obama.
Just those two things tell me one of us, me, or Rove, doesn’t understand what’s going on.
Eh. I don’t buy it. Gave no swing states to Romney.
Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio to Obama. Took Florida and SC out completely. Hell, Texas is only “leaning Romney”. That’s just stupid. No way Texas goes Obama.
Rove is trying to motivate Republicans to back Romney.
Just Rove’s way to GOTV.
So what was it said how Rove was playing this presidential election? Oh yes, he would promote Romney during the primary so he would ultimately lose in the general election, and to actively keep any conservative candidate(s) off the Republican presidential ballot.
Rove appears to be right on cue here according to the Rove critics.
The only good thing about this election is that either Obama or Romney is going to lose.
The American People have had enough of Obama.
SC a tossup?
Romney has to win Florida and Ohio to be competitive. If Obama just wins Ohio then Obama wins the election. I don’t think that’s going to happen but we will know in November if this nation wants to continue down what is an obviously suicidal path.
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