GuyInTaiwan wrote:That's a rather big claim to make. There are obviously a lot of people who don't like Obama, and would never vote for him. Elections are not won or lost by the die hard supporters of either party though. There are a lot of people who voted for him last time who may have become quite disappointed in the interim. Opinion polls don't look too flash. There's a lot that could still happen between now and the election anyway. I wouldn't be putting my money on anyone right now, even if I liked any particular candidate. I think it would be reckless at this point to make any predictions. Last election, this far out, who would have predicted an Obama-McCain head-to-head? Who would have predicted Obama as the winner? There were people who thought the Democrats were obviously going to win, just because they thought Bush sucked and had done so much damage. Then there were people who thought that if Hillary got it (and she was the likely candidate), they were definitely going to lose. In other words, no one really had any idea.
Ryan the third wrote:Why should they fold up their tents... Democrats will do their best to help the GOP win and my best guess is they will win and Obama will be gone. Too many crazy and uneducated people over there. (Not trying to flame but seriously... with all the stuff the GOP can say and pull off and still be supported no democrats stand a chance. Long live FOX)
Got To Be Kidding wrote:Since we seem to be on the verge of crashing the financial system, I wouldn't want to be either the Democrats or Republicans.
Here's my vote for a pox on both their houses.
GuyInTaiwan wrote:Why do you think this is such a certainty?
Toe Save wrote:
Even Odds. I"ll take Barack Hussein Obama and you can take everyone else.
Toe Save wrote:No one is gonna touch Barack Hussein Obama in 2012. GOP should just concede now and allow Barack Hussein Obama to get on with his work of healing the deep wounds of The Decider's administration.
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