Skip to comments.Why Mitt Romney will win Iowa
Posted on 08/17/2012 3:44:18 AM PDT by FL2012
Democrat Barack Obama won Iowa handily in 2008, but polls show a much closer race this time around. Those polls, coupled with an analysis of Iowa's voter registration data, offer some very encouraging news for Obama's Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
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The majority of folks from Iowa....in my humble opinion....are independent. Four years later, they are asking more questions this time around.
If we are seen as winning Iowa and being very competitive in Wisconsin, I have a hard time seeing a loss in Ohio. Iowa typically turns red when Ohio is already in the Republican column. The same is certainly true of Wisconsin.
Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio will all go for Romney/Ryan come November. Obama is toast, and....so is the entire Democrat Party.
Good folks in central Florida, turn out by the thousands, Saturday afternoon as Paul Ryan and his mom campaign in “The Villages”. Please give Paul & mom the biggest Villages reception & turn out yet, over 60,000 people. You can do it central Florida!!!
I think this will be a 45 State landslide. With Paul Ryan on board, and Mitt attacking Obama the same way he attacked fellow GOP candidates, I think everything is going to break the Republicans’ way.
“I think everything is going to break the Republicans way.”
Dear Lord, let it be so.
Because I can’t wait to see the MSM turn on a dime and treat every sneeze by Mitt Romney as a national scandal and disgrace after 5 years of pandering to, and covering for, Barack Hussein Obama. MMM MMM MMM.
Looking that way right now, Obama will win the NE, sans NH, Ca, Oregon, Ill, Mn and Washington, probably Nevada. Big loses will be Pa, Ohio, Florida, Va, NC, Indiana, Co and NM. I think this thing is over by 10:30 election night, once Ohio and Florida are in the Romney column. Zero has run a disastrous campaign, pressed repeat on 2008, but dubbed in the name Romney for McCain. Romney like him or hate him is steady campaigner, consistent and can be a prickly debater. Obama has a record now and will be on the defensive most of the Fall and Biden has been a total waste of space, saying what Joe always does incoherent drivel.
Look back at the VA & NJ governor races, then Scott Brown, then 2010 midterms. The political/socio-economic environment that produced these results has not changed much. Certainly not to the demholes advantage. Then look at WI. First the judicial election, then the various recalls. The left pulled out all the stops union thugs, MSM propaganda .etc, and they still came up short. Since, factor in de-facto amnesty, gay marriage (see Chick-Fil-A), continuing lousy ecomic news (UNEXPECTEDLY!), etc, etc, etc. So the political/socio-economic environment has really gotten worse for the demholes. Now Romney seems to be stepping up his game. And now we have Paul Ryan and a revved up base. Any rational observer knows Obama is in deep poop. All he has to go on is character assassination and vote fraud. The former aided and abetted by his MSMwhores and the latter ignored by his MSMwhores. (Sadly, this may work for him, never underestimate the moron-vote.)
But even morons have their limit. That said, for my very unscientific election predictor - look at the 2010 numbers, then take the 2008 numbers state-by-state. Factor in a 10-point swing in all the solid/lean-McLoser (2008) states, then factor in a 5-point swing in all the 2008 toss-up states.
Obama is in trouble.
From your mouth to . . . . However, 2010 and the Wisconsin recall are not the 2012 Presidential election. Some number of folks in Wisconsin voted against the recall of Walker just because they don’t like recalls, and a fired up group (in this case the Tea Party) always has a more significant effect during a midterm election just because fewer people vote in midterms. Don’t get complacent. We need to work as we would if we were trailing (which I do not believe we are).
If R&R have such momentum as to take Wisconsin, then Ohio is definitely in their column... Also in play will be PA. It’d be great to see a trouncing this time, not just an ekeing out of a tight win.
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