A shame New York and California are lock Dem states. Heck of a lot of electoral votes to spot the Rats.
Ohio might be this election’s decoding state (like Florida in 2000).
We march onward until the conquest is complete. These shall fall to us too.
They are simply trying to hold back a tsunami with a sippy cup. They are merely attempting to make Obama’s loss less embarrassing than Carter’s and Mondale’s.
That they are trying to hold on to states that they normally get on their side speaks volumes......Iowa? come on, this is gonna get really funny on November 6th..........
Obama has no business winning Ohio. The state economy has been in shambles over the last four years. I was out there on a business trip earlier this year and saw some things that I have never seen before outside of urban sh!t-holes like Detroit, Gary, East St. Louis, etc. I’m talking about highway interchanges between cities, where 1-2 fast food joints and 1-2 gas stations are all closed up. I couldn’t believe it ... those are the kinds of places that never seem to disappear in semi-rural and rural areas along interstate highways.
Ohio = Republican Voter Registrations have significantly outpaced Dem’s this year.
NH = Obama is so desperate he’s back there campaigning for their 4 Electoral votes....
Iowa = Strong trend Romney’s direction!
Nevada = Frank Luntz had a group largely made up of former Obama supporters and 70% of them are now inclined to vote for Romney.
This election has always been about Ohio. The Buckeye state holds the key to the 2012 election. Be on the lookout for cars parked near election locations for a few days, positioned with mysterious boxes filled with ballots. I expect a few “ooops, look what we found, a few thousand ballots. Even though this district is already at 102%, we should make sure that these get counted too”
look at the electoral numbers. If Obambi loses OH and NH ... it seems impossible for him.
So NH becomes Romney’s firewall. Take OH and NH and he’s got it, even without NV CO IA WI. NH could be this year’s deciding state, assuming a 50/50 election.
Obamam crowd was 2000 today in Iowa according to Iowa Gazette newspaper:)
I grew up in Iowa, but moved away in 2001. Lived there 38 years. Iowa tends to flip back and forth between Rep & Dem in Pres cycles. 0zer0 carried it big in 2008. In fact, Iowa gave 0zer0 his start by winning the first caucus big. I think Iowa is anxious to undo its mistake. I predict Iowa flips to Romney this cycle.
Also, I was on vacation in Reno a week or so ago. Surprised to see several Anti-0zer0 billboards around town. Not just little yard signs...I’m talking big full size interstate billboards. That gives me hope that Nevada may really be in play and could also flip.
I don’t know about NH. But agree with others that think maybe Romney has some coattails left from his time in MA.
Ohio is the real prize. I pray it goes to Romney, otherwise we have to run the tables just about everywhere else.
If Romney takes IA, NV, NH, but loses OH, there could be a 269-269 tie in the electorial college. That means the House votes for Pres, and if the GOP controls it.. it means Romney. Romney better have won the popular vote big, or else it will be Florida 2000 all over again... this time with several states. If Romney wins by GOP votes in the house. I shudder to think of the race riots that will happen.
An Ad if I were Mitt Romney and the Only Ad I would Show in Every Swing state until Election day Is one showing Obama at a Town Hall Meeting when he ran in 2008,Obama States the George W Bush Took out a Credit Card from the Bank Of China In the Name of your Children and Grand Children and Increased the Nations Debt in 8 years by 4.9 trillion dollars,It Is Irresponsible and Unpatriotic.
Well after 4 years, Obama has increased that Debt by 6 trillion dollars,4 more years and it will be 22 trillion,if we are still here
After the first debate, Romney actually returned to Iowa. Obama isn't doing as well here as he once was, and I have seen places where the signs switched.
We're ****ing DOOMED. It's just a matter of time. One or two generations, tops. Count on it.