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University of Colorado analysis predicts Romney win in presidential race

Original post made by Gay, Downtown North, on Aug 22, 2012

This Uunivesity of Colorado analysis has been correct since 1980. It doesn't even look like it will be close.

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Posted by Fred
a resident of Barron Park
on Aug 22, 2012 at 5:41 pm

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Well, the 538 electoral blog, which does more rigorous meta-polling than anybody else I've seen, shows Obama winning - and it isn't even going to be close ;-) Web Link

Like they say, if you have a watch, you always know what time it is. But if you have two, you're never sure. Luckily the voters will sort it all out for us in November.

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on Aug 23, 2012 at 11:09 am

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Using your link to examiner . com Web Link

We see from your link that Romney is getting massacred by President Obama in the battleground states and the electoral vote.

"President Obama continues to poll strong in most of the ten key swing states, according to the most recent survey, giving him a 333-215 electoral vote lead over Mitt Romney. The last update also gave Obama 333 votes, compared to 215 votes for Mitt Romney."

Cherry-picking some random "study" doesn't change the fact that Romney is heading towards a McCain/Palin style landslide loss.

1 week left before the RNC, still time to cut loose Romney and draft a real candidate that stands a chance against the President.


4 more years.

It's because swing state voters trust Obama more than Romney (really, who actually *trusts* Mitt Romney?) The new CBS/NYT poll with swing state voters on who they trust more with Medicare? Obama by a landslide: Florida (62-28), Ohio (64-27) and Wisconsin (59-32) Obama again destroys Mitt. Web Link

Maybe we should all listen to the only American to ever balance the budget and leave budget surplus's, all in time of a great economy: Web Link

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Posted by bru
a resident of Crescent Park
on Aug 23, 2012 at 10:15 pm

bru is a registered user.

Well, InTrade.Com give it to Obama by 57%.

However, with all the millions and millions of dollars going to shoring up the disgusting corruption of the financial industry and other corporate bad-actors - who really knows.

Who knows now that corporations are people and money is speech, and most Americans do not have anywhere to go to get news or a balances non-propaganda message anymore.

Even if the Democrats win this one, we cannot continue as a free nation with every election controlled and manipulated by the most undemocratic most corrupt fat cats that ever lived with more money and more power than ever.

In my opinion if Romney were to win this election, it would have to be because of cheating, the same as when George W. Bush was elected, the cheating chads in Florida and thugs storming the precincts so that people's votes would not be counted.

That is not going to happen again in America, and if it does this is not political anymore and it is going to go to a whole new level of ugly.

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