Skip to comments.Bill Clinton predicts strong Obama victory
Posted on 06/01/2012 6:42:31 AM PDT by InvisibleChurch
Former US president Bill Clinton said he thought that fellow Democrat Barack Obama would be easily re-elected to the White House, even though polls currently show a close race.
"I still think the president will win by five or six points," Clinton told CNN, in an interview with movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
Obama faces presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the November 6 election.
Romney has surged ahead of Obama in the southern battleground state of Florida, holding a 47-41 percent lead, according to a recent Quinnipiac University Polling Institute...
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Of course Obama is. That is what happens when the Republicans pick a liberal as their candidate. Nobody can tell the difference and feels why not stick with the jerk we have instead of voting for a new jerk. Doesn’t surprise me one bit. The conclusion of this mess was determined when Romney got the nomination. America is screwed no matter what.
I’m beginning to think the weak economy is helping Obama, only in the fact that it’s causing more folks to be on the dole, and of course people will vote for whoever will provide free money as opposed to allow the economy to function.
Silly Billy Clinton...always premature.
Obama has a Clinton stained blue dress too.
I think Bill is delusional too! Syphillis is starting to take its toll.
That’s why the ‘Rats want as many people as possible living off the government, so they can control them. It’s a vicious cycle: Make the economy as bad as possible so there are no jobs forcing people to go on welfare/food stamps, then when the elections come around they can scare the shiet out of these people if they don’t vote ‘Rat. Then they vote ‘Rat and it begins all over again. They don’t get jobs, they live in absolute poverty hell, and elections come around and they vote Rat. Like I said many times; The ‘Rat party is evil incarnate. They enslave the population like a cancer through fear.
Obviously...Bill inhaled this time!!!
In fact not too long ago a Clinton endorsement was tantamount to the political kiss of death.
Lets hope that hasn't changed.
“Make the economy as bad as possible so there are no jobs forcing people to go on welfare/food stamps...”
It wouldn’t be so bad if it was JUST the generational inner city “welfare” parasites, even including the burgeoning growth in new welfare recipients. However, we should all be aware ALSO of the political allegiances from those hard working people at your local fire department, school district and municipal government bureaucracies for example.
Yes he does, and he couldn't be happier. Bill still hopes to convince Hillary to run in 2016. A crushing defeat for the Dems in 2012 would go a long way towards making that happen ("Hillary, you're our only hope this time around - you've GOT to run.")
I agree, Bubba is standing there with the hammer and nails for Odinga’s coffin.
Obama doesn’t have a prayer.
Clinton is just doing what you are expected to do.. what’s he going to say honestly? Obama’s been a disaster and going to lose by 10-20 points?
Obama has no chance of victory, and its laughable anyone is portraying this race as potentially close.
Obama will not win OH,FL,NC,VA,WI,IN,NH or IA. He likely will lose PA, CO, NM or MI as well.
He’s got a peak of about 42-43% nationally, he won’t score higher than that, if he does everything right.
Romney isn’t my choice, but this election isn’t about the republican, just like 08 its a referendum on the sitting president, and in every measurable manner this administration has been a disaster, and will fail and fail miserably at its referendum.
The way his campaigns running right now, attacking Bain capital, and trying to attack Romney’s economic record, and other foolish things like that, its lucky if he will see 40% on election day.
I’m no fan of Romney, but he’s going to win and win big, for the sheer and simple reasons, hes not obama. Mickey Mouse would beat Obama by at least 10-15 points.. This guy can’t win. Not only can’t he win, but he, and Reid and Pelosi have done such a piss poor job that I’d say its well better than even money that the Senate will have 60 or more republicans in it next term and major house pick ups as well.