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Robbins Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-29-10 10:37 AM
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9. Obama
I have always believed he would easily be reelected in 2012.It Is looking more and more it will be
Obama VS Romney In 2012 and Romney couldn't beat Mccain In the primarys In 2008.Huchabee In Iowa,and
Mccain In NH showed even among Republicans Romney's money and Flipflopping couldn't get him the
nomination and In 2012 he Is facing the guy who beat the Clintons(something Republicans couldn't do)
and the Media Darling maverick Mccain In 2008(which romney Couldn't do) and If Republicans were for
shake of argument take a narror marroity In the House(I am not saying they will)they will gurante
Obama's reelection.Bohener IS even stupider than Gingrich.

And more and more this Is feeling less like 1994 and a bit more like 1998.I still except losses but
remember the novemer election back In 1994 was a culmination of a bad year for Democrats.Recent Polls
have good news In Ohio,and we may see In November after all the talk of losing the House and possibly
the Senate(not likely even the most optimist sceniro for Republicans gives then 7 seats and they need 10 or 9+Lieberman officially caucusing/switing parties)the pundits will be faced with the possibilty of only modest losses for Democrats.
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