Thu Nov 15, 2012, 08:30 AM
jimmy the one (1,052 posts)
Hey Mitt, you were wrong ---- 1540 MORE DAYS!
Last edited Thu Nov 15, 2012, 08:33 AM - Edit history (1)
(1540 more or less a dozen) ... Schadenfreude can be fun!
(reposted from election predictions oft gang awry):
Polling Data, Early Voting Point to Romney Victory - Karl Rove, WSJ >> goin' 'back to ohio', Karl?
Romney Posts Big Lead Among Independent Voters - Mike Flynn, Big Govt >> Loses anyway.
The Moment That Doomed Obama? - Michael Gerson, Wash Post >> Romney's concession?
GOP Energy, Indies Will Doom Obama - Steve Lombardo, HuffPo >> West Indies or East Indies, Steve?
How Obama Blew It - Noemie Emery, National Review >> How, Big Chief?
Independent Voters Give Romney Chance to Win Big - Josh Jordan, NRO >> big blown chance.
Why Romney Will Win - Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard >> Why ask Why, Fred?
Whites, Independents Will Sink Obama - Ben Domenech, Transom >> SS Obama remains afloat!
Bottom Line: Romney 315, Obama 223 - Michael Barone, DC Examiner >> Flip it you right!
Gallup Points to Very Long Election Night for Dems - M. Franc, NRO >> Gallup into the sunset gallup
Au Revoir, Mr. President - Emmett Tyrrell, American Spectator >> non, notre' president O!
Why Romney Is Likely to Win - Jay Cost, Weekly Standard >> Why ask Why, takeII.
Who Can Fix D.C. Gridlock? Poll Favors Romney - Connie Cass, Boston Globe >> voters didn't!
Romney's Victory Message - Ken Khachigian, Politico >>> Can't stop laughing!
GOP More Confident Than Ever of Romney Win - Peter Bell, National Jrnl >> So wha' happen Pete?
George Will .. predicting that Romney would unseat Obama with a 321-217 Electoral College vote. “I’m projecting Minnesota to go for Romney,” Will said .. “It’s the only state that’s voted Democratic in nine consecutive elections, but this year, there’s the marriage amendment on the ballot that will bring out the evangelicals, and I think it could make the difference.” On Election Night, Obama won Minnesota.
Note: .. George Will was commentator election night yet I didn't hear anyone, being polite, ask him about his prediction, as he quick talked about other issues - but I could clearly see the egg on his face!
Like Will, earlier this month Michael Barone predicted a similar 315-223 vote count, swaying Romney's way. Karl Rove also predicted that Romney would take at least 279 electoral votes; on Election Night, he said on Fox News Channel that Obama's winning declaration was "premature." They weren't the only ones strongly predicting a Romney presidential victory; Dick Morris wrote: "The trend line is distinctly pro-Romney.
Hey Rove, if you do go 'back to ohio', take limbaugh with you & sing duet!
The NRA’s fabricated view of the 2nd Amendment was ridiculed by former Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger - a Nixon appointee - in 1991, where he called it “one of the greatest pieces of fraud—I repeat the word ‘fraud’—on the American public by special interest groups that I have ever seen in my lifetime.”
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Hey Mitt, you were wrong ---- 1540 MORE DAYS! (Original post)
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Thu Nov 15, 2012, 10:06 AM
John2 (2,730 posts)
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people they didn't expect to vote came out. All the Polls reverted to likely models near the end of the election. Whites were over represented. It would be interesting to see the exit Polls by different regions on Demographics. I've only seen four so far in Southern States. President Obama only got 15 percent of the white vote in Alabama and only 11 percent in Mississippi. He got 95 percent of the Black vote in both of those states. Those two states have very small populations also. I think Obama only won about three counties in Alabama. That is why you got these tea party candidates in the U.S. Congress and this country is divided. These states have less population but the representation basically represent land mass. That is how these Tea Partiers maintain their Power.