Super Tuesday March 6th

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    Feb 29, 2012 10:14 PM GMT
    Who will win what states? Up: Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Mass., North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont.
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    Feb 29, 2012 10:35 PM GMT
    Too soon to tell other than its likely to be a continuation of the Repub party's ongoing clusterfuck.
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    Feb 29, 2012 10:44 PM GMT
    NJDewd saidWho will win what states? Up: Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Mass., North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont.


    After absolutely missing my prediction on Michigan yesterday -- for which I have eaten lots of crow today -- I would not venture to say.

    I suppose November is nothing more than you can best manage the continued decay.
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    Feb 29, 2012 10:50 PM GMT
    Well obviously im picking Mitt for Mass, VT and Virginia. Newt looks like GA. ND and Idaho could be Santorum country. Oklahoma and Tenn I have to consider. Is Alaska Paul country?
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    Feb 29, 2012 11:22 PM GMT
    conservativejock said
    NJDewd saidWho will win what states? Up: Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Mass., North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont.


    After absolutely missing my prediction on Michigan yesterday -- for which I have eaten lots of crow today -- I would not venture to say.

    I suppose November is nothing more than you can best manage the continued decay.


    Although Mitt Romney had the most votes, he and Santorum were tied for delegates. Both Romney and Santorum were awarded 15 delegates each.
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    Feb 29, 2012 11:25 PM GMT
    creature said
    conservativejock said
    NJDewd saidWho will win what states? Up: Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Mass., North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont.


    After absolutely missing my prediction on Michigan yesterday -- for which I have eaten lots of crow today -- I would not venture to say.

    I suppose November is nothing more than you can best manage the continued decay.


    Although Mitt Romney had the most votes, he and Santorum were tied for delegates. Both Romney and Santorum were awarded 15 delegates each.


    I know. Isn't it just lovely that conservatives will hold considerable sway when our two-stepping liberal from Massachusetts enters the convention hall.
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:12 AM GMT
    creature said
    conservativejock said
    NJDewd saidWho will win what states? Up: Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Mass., North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont.


    After absolutely missing my prediction on Michigan yesterday -- for which I have eaten lots of crow today -- I would not venture to say.

    I suppose November is nothing more than you can best manage the continued decay.


    Although Mitt Romney had the most votes, he and Santorum were tied for delegates. Both Romney and Santorum were awarded 15 delegates each.


    Award was 2 per congressional district (CD) won and an at large 2 for the state winner (Romney).
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    Mar 02, 2012 1:02 AM GMT
    Santorum probably will win Tenn and OK
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    Mar 02, 2012 2:31 AM GMT
    Jesus the robo calls are going strong. It’s turning me off enough to not vote at all.

    I would like to get to an event for each of the three this weekend. I have no idea between Santorum and Romney who will win or who I will vote for.
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    Mar 02, 2012 2:42 AM GMT
    freedomisntfree saidJesus the robo calls are going strong. It’s turning me off enough to not vote at all.

    I would like to get to an event for each of the three this weekend. I have no idea between Santorum and Romney who will win or who I will vote for.


    What has you divided between the two?
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    Mar 02, 2012 3:08 AM GMT
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    freedomisntfree saidJesus the robo calls are going strong. It’s turning me off enough to not vote at all.

    I would like to get to an event for each of the three this weekend. I have no idea between Santorum and Romney who will win or who I will vote for.


    What has you divided between the two?


    I think both can do fine with the economy. I think both will take an appropriately really hard line with Iran. I just don't feel that I know who/what Romney is. I don't have that question about santorum. I think santorum will be more helpful to American manufacturing.

    I'll go into more detail later, but I have hit the weights right now ... the really important stuff in life!
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    Mar 02, 2012 3:28 AM GMT
    I feel for Repub voters who are trying to decide who to back.

    When the results of the WI primary came in - there were some negative comments made about the fact that so many voters in MI cast votes for candidates who have dropped out of the race.
    Folks like Huntsman and Bachmann.

    Some called those voters stupid for voting for candidates who weren't even running any more.

    But come on - those voters knew that they were casting a vote for someone who isn't running anymore.

    They just couldn't bring themselves to vote for Romney or Santorum because they don't like or agree with the views of Romney or Santotum.
    But they still wanted to vote - so they voted for someone who they truly could get behind instead of backing a candidate who turns them off.

    I think the negativity of the nomination fight and the weakness of the Repub front runners spurred some voters in WI to cast votes that are a kind of protest vote against the GOP front runners.

    But these unhappy Repub voters are being ignored by a Repub establishment determined to make Mitt Romneycare the Repub nominee - no matter what.
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    Mar 02, 2012 3:31 AM GMT
    The Repub establishment should be listening to their voters but they're not.

    They're determined to try to ram Mitt Romneycare down the throats of the Repub base - and to make him the Repub nominee no matter what.

    Well see how many Super Tuesday states the Repub establishment can fix for Romney.
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    Mar 02, 2012 4:02 AM GMT
    Romneys only sure bets as I see them on Super Tuesday: Mass, VT, and Virginia (just by virtue of the fact that only he and Ron Paul qualified for the ballot in Virginia).
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    Mar 02, 2012 6:33 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidI feel for Repub voters who are trying to decide who to back.

    When the results of the WI primary came in - there were some negative comments made about the fact that so many voters in MI cast votes for candidates who have dropped out of the race.
    Folks like Huntsman and Bachmann.

    Some called those voters stupid for voting for candidates who weren't even running any more.

    But come on - those voters knew that they were casting a vote for someone who isn't running anymore.

    They just couldn't bring themselves to vote for Romney or Santorum because they don't like or agree with the views of Romney or Santotum.
    But they still wanted to vote - so they voted for someone who they truly could get behind instead of backing a candidate who turns them off.

    I think the negativity of the nomination fight and the weakness of the Repub front runners spurred some voters in WI to cast votes that are a kind of protest vote against the GOP front runners.

    But these unhappy Repub voters are being ignored by a Repub establishment determined to make Mitt Romneycare the Repub nominee - no matter what.


    I'm going to try to get out and hear them all this weekend plus I'd like to have a few words with Santorum.
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    Mar 02, 2012 10:11 PM GMT
    I was reading the NY Times about Gingrich in GA - hes practically living there (ha!) before the vote. Assuming he wins, but doesnt pull another state Super Tuesday, what has he accomplished? Where does he go from here. To me, he is in tread mode.
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    Mar 03, 2012 2:21 AM GMT
    I'm so fed up with the robo calls from the Romney campaign today that I'm leaning about 75% for santorum.
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    Mar 03, 2012 2:32 AM GMT
    freedomisntfree saidI'm so fed up with the robo calls from the Romney campaign today that I'm leaning about 75% for santorum.


    They call multiple times a day?
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    Mar 03, 2012 2:33 AM GMT
    NJDewd saidI was reading the NY Times about Gingrich in GA - hes practically living there (ha!) before the vote. Assuming he wins, but doesnt pull another state Super Tuesday, what has he accomplished? Where does he go from here. To me, he is in tread mode.


    I know Santorum wishes Gingrich would get out of the race already. Is Georgia the only state in Super Tuesday where Gingrich is leading?
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    Mar 03, 2012 3:10 AM GMT
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    freedomisntfree saidI'm so fed up with the robo calls from the Romney campaign today that I'm leaning about 75% for santorum.


    They call multiple times a day?


    5 or 6 times today so its getting real old real fast.
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    Mar 03, 2012 3:45 PM GMT
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    NJDewd saidI was reading the NY Times about Gingrich in GA - hes practically living there (ha!) before the vote. Assuming he wins, but doesnt pull another state Super Tuesday, what has he accomplished? Where does he go from here. To me, he is in tread mode.


    I know Santorum wishes Gingrich would get out of the race already. Is Georgia the only state in Super Tuesday where Gingrich is leading?


    Yes thats what I understand. I was SHOCKED to read in neighboring Tenn he is in 4th place in polling!!
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    Mar 03, 2012 3:58 PM GMT
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    freedomisntfree saidI'm so fed up with the robo calls from the Romney campaign today that I'm leaning about 75% for santorum.


    They call multiple times a day?


    5 or 6 times today so its getting real old real fast.



    It could be worse. Here's what happened with our Conservative robocalls. Huge scandal opening up as I type this:

    http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Robocall+scandal+traced+Ontario+Tory+campaign/6219809/story.html



    I suspect we will have another election shortly.

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    Mar 03, 2012 4:04 PM GMT
    437 of the 1144 delegates needed 2 win the Republican nomination r up 4 grabs on Tuesday.

    Ohio is the most important to Mr. Santorum, but he didn't file a delegate list in all of the congressional districts.

    the VA debacle leaves only Mr. Romney and Rep. Paul on the ballot there.
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    Mar 03, 2012 5:38 PM GMT
    tailgater_3 said437 or the 1144 delegates needed 2 win the Republican nomination r up 4 grabs on Tuesday.

    Ohio is the most important to Mr. Santorum, but he didn't file a delegate list in all of the congressional districts.

    the VA debacle leaves only Mr. Romney and Rep. Paul on the ballot there.


    I haven't gotten any Santorum calls. It's all been Mitt, and I know I'm a real bull headed SOB, but I'm really sick of them. It's happening again today. At this moment in time, Santorum has my vote.
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    Mar 03, 2012 6:16 PM GMT
    I would think the robocalls would be sophisticated enough to stop calling a telephone number once a person or an answering machine has answered.