Skip to comments.Election 2012: Wisconsin President Wisconsin: Obama 50%, Romney 48% (look at early voting)
Posted on 10/20/2012 2:32:14 PM PDT by personalaccts
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After Madison garnering a 119 percent voter turnout for the Walker recall election, I believe it really comes down to stopping the fraud in Wisconsin. The liberal Dane county judge put a hold on Voter ID until AFTER this election and we all know why that stipulation was put on it. Bottom line, if fraud can be kept to a minimum, Romney may take it; otherwise, Obama wins.
The polls on the Walker recall election had them neck and neck and Walker went on to win by something like 8 percent. I don’t have the numbers exactly but the win was beyond the level where fraud on the part of Madison, Milwaukee and Racine could offset the win.
That was my recollection as well, that the polls had it neck and neck, and then Walker won big. I would expect that if the polls are saying something similar for Romney, it means he will really do very well.
My feeling as well - hard to believe that a state that turned out LARGE for Walker has suddenly softened on the libs. I drove through Wisconsin shortly before the recall election and can tell you that never have I seen an electorate that was so involved. It seemed like one out of every two cars, lawns, etc., had signs and bumper stickers! I simply cannot believe that those same voters have either lost interest or decided that the extremely pro-union Obama is their candidate of choice. I believe the polls are as wrong this time around as they were at the time of the recall election. On the other hand, the libs are more prepared this time for the avalanche of Conservative voter turn-out and will up the ante in terms of fraud (expect a lot of busses to arrive from Chicago and to make two or three stops to vote) - there is too much at stake for them to come in unprepared this time around.
There were many Democrats who voted for Walker *only* because they did not like the way the recall process was being abused. These same Democrats will not be voting for Romney.
You say, “There were many Democrats who voted for Walker *only* because they did not like the way the recall process was being abused. These same Democrats will not be voting for Romney.”
This is a favorite Dem talking point and I don’t believe it for one minute. This is simply the MSM way of trying to convince voters that the tide isn’t turning against “the one” in the “must win” state of Wisconsin. You don’t turn out and vote for a candidate as “polarizing” as the libs claim Walker was simply because you feel that the “process is being abused.” People have dug their feet in and are taking sides - no one is voting against their own interest because they feel the “process” is being abused - there is too much at stake. . .
I’m no stranger to WI, FRiend. Romney will not get as many votes as Walker did. Sorry.
Yes they are. And you can find dreadful pics of romney just as you can with anyone. In fact, between the two, Michelle is gorgeous. Ann is pretty. But then she is married to Mitt so she loses just in taste in men.
When you are working to get out the vote, it does Not matter. The whole point is to get people to vote. It is none of our business for whom they are voting. Nor do we care.
They are both lovely ladies. As I said.
Michelle is not a lovely lady. Inside or out.
Conservatives really need to get a handle on the fraud, or they will find themselves unable to come up with enough votes to win in a few key states. I think they need to make it a major felony to vote illegally, then jail some of those who do. Set up an independent federal agency to investigate and prosecute those who do it. Even in local elections, it is a federal issue, because the right to fair elections is a civil right.
You are delusional. No, make that idiotic.
Doesn’t matter if Romney gets as many votes as Walker - he only needs to get more than Obama . . . .
Oh for heavens sakes.
Ever notice both Michelle and Barry have very large teeth.
That wasn't really the point of the conversation I was having with the other fellow. But, for what it's worth, I do understand that if Romney gets more votes than Obama in WI, Romney will win the state (:rollseyes:)
In almost every election that I can remember voting here in Wisc, the Madtown and Milwaukee areas have been so indoctrinated with Democrat policy it's hard to get anything Republican done. It requires a massive contribution of people outside of these 2 areas to overcome these 2 population densities. That's why Walker prevailed in the recall election.
How do you figure? If the assistance you give a person to vote has no value beyond helping them to vote, how is it a bribe? If they were busing people from South Dakota to Florida (someplace they'd have a reason to go to anyway) in November on the condition that they voted, even without telling them who to vote for then yes, but not in this situation, as far as I can see.
What is really sad is you have no faith in how Mrs. Romney looks now. You had to search for a 30 or 40 year old photo and compare it ..not to a good pic of Michelle...but a bad one. Trust me, there are alot of bad ones of Mrs. Romney too. But the way she looks now is not good enough for you. You wanted a pic of her when she was young. How insulting. And dishonest. And mean spirited. You do not sleep well do you? Have digestive problems too? Thought so.
Well, you and I have different opinions. I will stand by mine.
People with whom you disagree a idiots? Think alot of yourself, dont you?
In post #59, you basically stated that Michelle Obama has better taste in men than Ann Romney. Really? You don't think that is an idiotic statement? Please seek professional help. You truly are deranged.