Obama won't WIN in 2012

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    Jun 06, 2012 2:17 AM GMT
    As much as I'd like to see the man who obviously has honest ideals for the country: caring about the environment, getting rid of our dependence on polluting fuel sources, treating people with the respect they deserve by providing affordable health care, and civil rights for everyone, there is one problem with this:

    More than half of Americans are downright the biggest stupid fucks in the world. They are greedy, self-centered, incredibly homophobic, and just downright the biggest fools on the planet.

    No amount of ground game is going to keep the stupid from walking to the polls, and the Republicans from buying people to corrupt the voting system.

    So plan on seeing Shit Romney for 2012-2016, and plan on seeing one of the worst class separations...there will no longer be a middle class. Most cities will look like Detroit. In short, America is a failing country.

    I plan on investigating moving to Canada when I retire so I can watch the assholes die in their own shit.

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    Jun 06, 2012 2:22 AM GMT
    There's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!

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    Jun 06, 2012 2:25 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidThere's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!



    Walker was not defeated. Either the voting has been corrupted, or Dems aren't getting out like they should have.
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    Jun 06, 2012 3:19 AM GMT
    wrestlervic said
    RickRick91 saidThere's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!



    Walker was not defeated. Either the voting has been corrupted, or Dems aren't getting out like they should have.


    There was close to record turnout on both sides.
    Walker won. No need to start making excuses or accusations.
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    Jun 06, 2012 3:48 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidAs much as I'd like to see the man who obviously has honest ideals for the country: caring about the environment, getting rid of our dependence on polluting fuel sources, treating people with the respect they deserve by providing affordable health care, and civil rights for everyone, there is one problem with this:

    More than half of Americans are downright the biggest stupid fucks in the world. They are greedy, self-centered, incredibly homophobic, and just downright the biggest fools on the planet.

    No amount of ground game is going to keep the stupid from walking to the polls, and the Republicans from buying people to corrupt the voting system.

    So plan on seeing Shit Romney for 2012-2016, and plan on seeing one of the worst class separations...there will no longer be a middle class. Most cities will look like Detroit. In short, America is a failing country.

    I plan on investigating moving to Canada when I retire so I can watch the assholes die in their own shit.

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    What's with the pessimistic defeatist attitude? The election is a long way away, and it will be no easy task unseating Obama. He actually has a very good chance of being re-elected. That being said, if Romney should win, it might not be such a bad thing either. Who knows, it could even end up being a positive thing. If some of us can be open-minded enough to think Obama getting a 2nd term might actually end up being a positive thing, maybe you should try at least being open-minded to the same being true if the election goes another way.
  • jock_1

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    Jun 06, 2012 3:52 AM GMT
    I think Obama has a great chance to win in the fall. But I also believe that what happened tonight in Wisconsin is a sign of things to come for the country.

    Reguardless of how many people thought i was wrong about Walker and everything I said would happen did. The vibe in my state is that Obama will not win Wisconsin. If he doesnt he is in trouble .
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    Jun 06, 2012 3:55 AM GMT
    mke_bt said
    wrestlervic said
    RickRick91 saidThere's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!



    Walker was not defeated. Either the voting has been corrupted, or Dems aren't getting out like they should have.


    There was close to record turnout on both sides.
    Walker won. No need to start making excuses or accusations.


    Agreed. It's time for the Democrats to "nut up" and start backing labor in a meaningful way. As long as the little sunlight between them and the Republicans, people won't have a real choice.

    That said, I think for a number of reasons tonight's recall can't be construed to mean anything about the fall.
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    Jun 06, 2012 5:26 AM GMT
    Christian73 said
    mke_bt said
    wrestlervic said
    RickRick91 saidThere's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!



    Walker was not defeated. Either the voting has been corrupted, or Dems aren't getting out like they should have.


    There was close to record turnout on both sides.
    Walker won. No need to start making excuses or accusations.


    Agreed. It's time for the Democrats to "nut up" and start backing labor in a meaningful way. As long as the little sunlight between them and the Republicans, people won't have a real choice.

    That said, I think for a number of reasons tonight's recall can't be construed to mean anything about the fall.


    What alternate reality are you living in? Really?
    The American people do "have a real choice" and they've been making it for more than 60 years now and it isn't to "start backing labor".
    In case you missed it, when Governor Walker gave people the choice of whether or not they wanted to belong to Unions, Union membership dropped dramatically. AFSCME membership in Wisconsin dropped from 62,818 to 28,745. 6,000 of 17,000 Wisconsin's AFT members dropped out of the Union. That's after millions spent by Unions on the three rounds of recall elections in Wisconsin.
    Wisconsin Democrat voters even rejected Union backed Kathleen Falk in the Democratic Primary, after the Unions spent $4 million backing her run.

    As far as the rest of the country, union membership has been declining for more than 60 years. In 2010 612,000 union members drooped off union rolls. The share of the work force belonging to unions fell from 12.3% in 2009 to 11.9%. Private sector union membership fell to 6.9% from 7.2%. Not since the 1930s has the labor movement seen such low membership numbers.


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    Jun 06, 2012 5:29 AM GMT
    wrestlervic said
    RickRick91 saidThere's no need for despair.

    President Obama is leading in the battleground states.
    He's leading in WISCONSIN.

    In fact exit polls from today's election also showed Obama
    leading Romney 51% to 45% among the voters who went to the polls in WI today!



    Walker was not defeated. Either the voting has been corrupted, or Dems aren't getting out like they should have.


    What a sore loser! "THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE"
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Jun 06, 2012 5:35 AM GMT
    jock_1 saidThe vibe in my state is that Obama will not win Wisconsin. If he doesnt he is in trouble .



    I hear there is a similar "vibe" in both Florida AND Ohio. icon_wink.gif


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    Jun 06, 2012 9:38 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidNo amount of ground game is going to keep the stupid from walking to the polls, and the Republicans from buying people to corrupt the voting system.

    The Republican "ground game" is to reject potential Democratic voters at the polls. Hence all manner of voting restrictions have suddenly come out of Republican state houses that mainly target college students, minorities, the disabled, and others that are suspected of being Democratic supporters.

    My own State of Florida was just ordered by a Federal court to stop these voter list purges, but they've already been ongoing for months, and I wonder if I'm even still eligible to vote myself. Horror stories have been emerging of perfectly legitimate voters that have been dropped from the rolls by the Republicans.

    And Florida is not alone in doing this, all under the false pretense of preventing voting fraud. A problem that no one has yet been able to document as actually happening, except in rare isolated cases, that does not justify arbitrarily invalidating thousands of legitimate voters. I think mass disqualification of voters in the 2012 election will become a major issue following November, especially if Romney wins and Republicans see gains in Congress and the States.