"This is Carter/Reagan all over again...The same economically ignorant fool in the White House bringing misery to Americans."

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    Hello, I’m Wayne Allyn Root for PersonalLiberty.com. My commentary right here at PersonalLiberty.com predicting a Mitt Romney landslide victory back in the spring attracted tremendous attention... It was read and forwarded all over the country. I was called by media from coast to coast to talk about it. The reason it was taken so seriously is my track record as a well-known Las Vegas oddsmaker (the only one in history awarded my own 180-pound granite star in the sidewalk in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Walk of Stars) and, even more importantly, my track record of predicting political races.

    In November of 2004, only days before the Presidential election, I went on CNBC and predicted a George W. Bush victory by 3 points and 30 electoral votes. Every poll at the time showed John Kerry in the lead. Bush won by 3 and 35. Newsmax magazine called it the most accurate prediction of 2004.

    In October of 2006, I went on Fox News to predict the GOP would get slaughtered in the midterm election and lose Congress. It did.

    In December 2011, before the GOP primary, I predicted Mitt Romney would win the GOP Presidential nomination and go on to win the Presidency. For the next few months, Romney trailed by a wide margin to a range of contenders: Donald Trump, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum. It seemed no one wanted Mitt for President. It seemed no one believed in Mitt — no one, that is, except this Las Vegas oddsmaker and capitalist evangelist.

    Fast-forward to spring 2012 after Romney clinched the GOP Presidential race but trailed in every poll to President Barack Obama. I boldly predicted a Mitt Romney landslide on Nov. 6.

    Fast-forward to June 2012 when experts forecast a defeat for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in his recall election. Unions were pouring unheard-of sums into the race in a longtime Democratic State that welcomes union rights. I boldly predicted a Walker landslide victory of 7 to 10 points. He won by exactly 7 (despite reported Democratic voter irregularities).

    For the past month, as Mitt Romney trailed badly in every poll (especially in the all-important battleground States), I continued to predict a big Romney victory. Today I’m making it official: I’m doubling down. Mitt Romney will win the Presidency, and it won’t be close.

    I’m predicting a 5- to 7-point popular vote victory. Electorally, it won’t be that close. Romney will win many States that went to Obama in 2008. I’m predicting Romney victories in Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia, Iowa, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Indiana. I predict a Romney victory by 100 to 120 electoral votes.

    In the days before the first Presidential debate, polls showed Romney trailing badly in most of those States. But, as I’ve argued from day one, the polls are wrong. They are badly skewed toward Democrats. Quite simply, they are over-polling Democratic voters and assuming a turnout that looks like 2008, when record numbers of Democrats came out for Obama.

    After Romney’s overwhelming victory in the first debate, he now leads or is dead even in battleground States where, only days before, he was supposedly way behind. My contention is a 1-point Romney lead in those Democrat-skewed polls is really a comfortable 5- to 7-point Romney lead on Election Day.

    There are several specific reasons I predict a comfortable Romney victory on Election Day:

    The news media are ignoring signs of mass revulsion towards Obama. In the West Virginia Democratic primary, a felon got 40 percent of the vote versus Obama. In deep-blue Massachusetts and Connecticut, GOP Senate candidates are even or leading in recent polls. In pro-union Wisconsin, Walker won by a country mile. But worst of all for Obama, several recent polls show Romney competitive in Illinois — Obama’s home State. Romney is actually winning by a landslide in the suburbs of Obama’s Chicago. Even in Cook County, the country’s biggest Democratic stronghold, Romney leads by double digits among independents (43-31) and white voters (53-40). These are very bad signs for Obama.

    In 2008, Democrats overwhelmingly controlled the majority of Governorships. Today, Republicans control the majority of Governorships. Presidential elections are always steered in each State by the Governor, the most powerful force in State politics.

    After the 2010 census, electoral votes were added to States that lean Republican in elections: Texas, Florida, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, South Carolina and Utah. Deep-blue Democratic States like New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Massachusetts lost electoral votes.

    That brings up an interesting point. Why is everyone running away from these ultra-liberal, high-tax States in the first place? Isn’t that alone proof of the failure of Democratic ideas?


    Next, follow the money trail. Yes, Obama is raising plenty of money, although there is a major question if it’s coming from illegal foreign contributors. But forget all that. What matters is that in 2008 Obama overwhelmed McCain by outspending him 10 to 1 down the stretch. That won’t happen in 2012. Romney is even with Obama, in the last two weeks of the election. That makes a huge difference in the outcome.

    Christians will turn out in record numbers this year. Obama has offended Christians again and again. In the last election, 20 million evangelical Christians did not vote. They will turn out in record numbers in 2012 to defeat the most anti-Christian President in U.S. history. How motivated are Christians? Did you see the long lines around the country to support Chick-fil-A a few weeks ago? You’ll see those same lines on Election Day.

    Voter rolls have been purged in 2012 of felons and illegals in many States, particularly Florida and Ohio. Turnout of Democrats will be nothing like 2008. That brings up another important question. What kind of political party relies on felons and people illegally in the country to win elections?

    The “enthusiasm factor” for Romney is huge. Conservatives are focused, intense, motivated and enthusiastic. Democrats turned out for Obama in record numbers in 2008. Today, they are demoralized. A big edge goes to Romney on Election Day as conservatives, white voters, middle-class voters and independents turn out in record numbers for Romney. I know several people who voted for Obama in 2008, but never will again. Does anyone know a McCain voter who will vote for Obama in 2012? There are none.

    Finally, history proves that a majority of undecided voters break for the challenger. Romney will take most of the undecided voters on Election Day — just like Ronald Reagan did versus Jimmy Carter in 1980. Romney’s fantastic debate performance gave them confidence to choose the challenger. This is Carter/Reagan all over again. The same horrible economy. The same economically ignorant fool in the White House bringing misery to Americans. The same economic collapse under the weight of socialist, pro-union, soak-the-rich, demonize-the-business-owners policies.

    I predict the same result on Election Day. Mitt Romney will win in a landslide. And If I’m wrong, God help the United States of America.

    I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. See you right back here next week. Same time, same place. God Bless.
  • DR2K

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    Oct 22, 2012 6:53 AM GMT
    "Mitt Romney will win in a landslide."

    He has a better chance of falling into one at this point.
  • TroyAthlete

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    Oct 22, 2012 8:10 AM GMT
    jockfever said

    In November of 2004, only days before the Presidential election, I went on CNBC and predicted a George W. Bush victory by 3 points and 30 electoral votes. Every poll at the time showed John Kerry in the lead. Bush won by 3 and 35. Newsmax magazine called it the most accurate prediction of 2004.

    In October of 2006, I went on Fox News to predict the GOP would get slaughtered in the midterm election and lose Congress. It did.

    In December 2011, before the GOP primary, I predicted Mitt Romney would win the GOP Presidential nomination and go on to win the Presidency. For the next few months, Romney trailed by a wide margin to a range of contenders: Donald Trump, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum. It seemed no one wanted Mitt for President. It seemed no one believed in Mitt — no one, that is, except this Las Vegas oddsmaker and capitalist evangelist...

    Fast-forward to June 2012 when experts forecast a defeat for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in his recall election. Unions were pouring unheard-of sums into the race in a longtime Democratic State that welcomes union rights. I boldly predicted a Walker landslide victory of 7 to 10 points. He won by exactly 7 (despite reported Democratic voter irregularities).


    Oh Lord. Another fact-challenged, boot-licking, self-loathing gay post right-wing bullshit and lies.

    "Every poll in 2004 showed Kerry winning." A lie, they showed the opposite. Of the last 80 polls taken in 2004, ONLY SIX showed Kerry winning: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/bush_vs_kerry.html

    "Newsmax called it a bold prediction." Who cares? Newsmax is a right-wing website with no mainstream credibility, and a two-year old could've predicted Bush's win as shown in the link above.

    "October 2006 I predicted the Dems would takeover." And? So did everybody else.

    "I predicted Mitt Romney would be the GOP nominee." Yeah, nobody saw that coming. Everybody thought Herman Cain was a shoo-in.

    "Experts forecast a defeat for Scott Walker." Liar. What experts? EVERY poll taken since March showed Walker leading: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/governor/wi/wisconsin_governor_recall_election_walker_vs_barrett-3056.html#polls

    Next he'll be saying we should believe his bogus "predictions" because "I predicted the iPhone 5 would be a big seller when nobody else did." This guy is full of shit, and jockfever looks like a bigger dolt than he typically does posting this claptrap. Republicans are pathological liars.

    Hey conservanuts: if you're going to post lies, at least post once that aren't easily fact-checked with a simple Google search. Dummies.
  • Webster666

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    Oct 22, 2012 7:41 PM GMT
    Don't be stupid.

    If the President (Carter, Obama, or any other) actually had any control over the economy, don't you think that they'd do whatever it took to make a booming economy, with very low unemployment ?

    Unless the Congress cooperates with the President, not very much gets done, as evidenced by the great number of job creation bills, championed by the President and the Congressional Democrats, BUT, obstructed by the Congressional Republicans.


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    TroyAthlete: Oh Lord. Another fact-challenged, boot-licking, self-loathing gay post right-wing bullshit and lies. "Every poll in 2004 showed Kerry winning." A lie, they showed the opposite. Of the last 80 polls taken in 2004, ONLY SIX showed Kerry winning. "Newsmax called it a bold prediction." Who cares? Newsmax is a right-wing website with no mainstream credibility, and a two-year old could've predicted Bush's win as shown in the link above. "October 2006 I predicted the Dems would takeover." And? So did everybody else. "I predicted Mitt Romney would be the GOP nominee." Yeah, nobody saw that coming. Everybody thought Herman Cain was a shoo-in. "Experts forecast a defeat for Scott Walker." Liar. What experts? EVERY poll taken since March showed Walker leading. This guy is full of shit, and jockfever looks like a bigger dolt than he typically does posting this claptrap...

    jockfever: It's easy, with 20/20 hindsight, to say that everyone could foresee the outcomes of the Bush/Kerry election, the Walker recall, and the Republican presidential primaries.

    When Romney wins you'll probably say that any two-year-old could have predicted Romney's victory.

    Toward the end many polls had Bush and Kerry dead even. The race was considered too close to call. Kerry claimed that he would have won the election had it not been for Ohio voting irregularities.

    Who were the experts who predicted that Scott Walker would lose? Just about every Democrat starting with Obama and BJ Clinton, the head of the Wisconsin Democrat party, every public sector union boss, and many Lib pundits. The New York Times crowed that Walker's public sector union reforms were a huge gift to Democrats and especially to Obama. The recall forces boasted of having over a million signatures. Union money poured into Wisconsin. About a dozen of the usual suspects on RJ proudly predicted that Walker would lose. The Walker recall election was considered too close to call. The Battleground web site notes that "pollsters were all over the map in that hotly contested race." Polls showing Walker ahead were called biased.

    The Republican presidential field started out with over nine candidates. In February Rick Santorum led Mitt Romney by 36% to 26% among national Republicans. Romney looked like just another contender, and to some a has-been, for much of the race.

    The fact is that nobody knew the outcomes ahead of time and few people were willing to go on record with their predictions. Wayne Allen Root, Libertarian, correctly predicted these outcomes and more. Once again he's making his prediction in a race which many claim is too close to call.

    Why don't you go on record and predict a big win for your Dear Leader? Afraid you'll look like a Dummycrat?

    TroyAthlete: Republicans are pathological liars.

    jockfever: The Left IS what it accuses its opponents of being.
    From reducing the deficit, to transparency, to Libya, your Dear Leader is a proven serial liar.


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    Oct 23, 2012 12:50 PM GMT
    jockfever,

    What do you know about Wayne Allyn Root?

    "Root is spokesman, board member and Senior Economic Adviser to Wealth Masters International ("WMI"), a global financial services and education company based in Houston, Texas.

    Norwegian authorities have suspended WMI's sales, finding it to be an illegal pyramid scheme. Root is named in the finding. "

    Read more on his Wiki page.


    His books include: The Zen of Gambling,The Joy of Failure!, The King of Vegas' Guide to Gambling, Millionaire Republican, and The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts.

    Let's NOT take economic advice from this SCAM ARTIST.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 23, 2012 2:37 PM GMT
    JockTheVote said
    Let's NOT take economic advice from this SCAM ARTIST.


    It wasn't advice, it was a prediction. We get it...It wasn't what you wanted to hear. Tick-Tock-Tick-Tock...icon_wink.gif

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    jockfever saidTroyAthlete: Oh Lord. Another fact-challenged, boot-licking, self-loathing gay post right-wing bullshit and lies. "Every poll in 2004 showed Kerry winning." A lie, they showed the opposite. Of the last 80 polls taken in 2004, ONLY SIX showed Kerry winning. "Newsmax called it a bold prediction." Who cares? Newsmax is a right-wing website with no mainstream credibility, and a two-year old could've predicted Bush's win as shown in the link above. "October 2006 I predicted the Dems would takeover." And? So did everybody else. "I predicted Mitt Romney would be the GOP nominee." Yeah, nobody saw that coming. Everybody thought Herman Cain was a shoo-in. "Experts forecast a defeat for Scott Walker." Liar. What experts? EVERY poll taken since March showed Walker leading. This guy is full of shit, and jockfever looks like a bigger dolt than he typically does posting this claptrap...

    jockfever: It's easy, with 20/20 hindsight, to say that everyone could foresee the outcomes of the Bush/Kerry election, the Walker recall, and the Republican presidential primaries.

    When Romney wins you'll probably say that any two-year-old could have predicted Romney's victory.

    Toward the end many polls had Bush and Kerry dead even. The race was considered too close to call. Kerry claimed that he would have won the election had it not been for Ohio voting irregularities.

    Who were the experts who predicted that Scott Walker would lose? Just about every Democrat starting with Obama and BJ Clinton, the head of the Wisconsin Democrat party, every public sector union boss, and many Lib pundits. The New York Times crowed that Walker's public sector union reforms were a huge gift to Democrats and especially to Obama. The recall forces boasted of having over a million signatures. Union money poured into Wisconsin. About a dozen of the usual suspects on RJ proudly predicted that Walker would lose. The Walker recall election was considered too close to call. The Battleground web site notes that "pollsters were all over the map in that hotly contested race." Polls showing Walker ahead were called biased.

    The Republican presidential field started out with over nine candidates. In February Rick Santorum led Mitt Romney by 36% to 26% among national Republicans. Romney looked like just another contender, and to some a has-been, for much of the race.

    The fact is that nobody knew the outcomes ahead of time and few people were willing to go on record with their predictions. Wayne Allen Root, Libertarian, correctly predicted these outcomes and more. Once again he's making his prediction in a race which many claim is too close to call.

    Why don't you go on record and predict a big win for your Dear Leader? Afraid you'll look like a Dummycrat?

    TroyAthlete: Republicans are pathological liars.

    jockfever: The Left IS what it accuses its opponents of being.
    From reducing the deficit, to transparency, to Libya, your Dear Leader is a proven serial liar.




    "TroyAthlete: Republicans are pathological liars"

    and the Dems aren't?

    http://factcheck.org/2012/10/false-claims-in-final-debate/
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    Oct 23, 2012 2:47 PM GMT
    Todd.....Todd.....Todd,

    I have no doubt that MITT COULD WIN.

    But I think that would be a tragedy for our country.

    This fellow, Wayne Allyn Root, is a sad example of the kind of 'Brain Trust' guiding today's GOP.

    Yes, he is a SCAM ARTIST.

    My disagreement with MITT isn't that he has wrong ideas for leading us-----

    MITT'S FATAL FLAW is that he has NO IDEAS that he will stand for.

    Flipping, flopping and making himself UNTRUSTWORTHY is what disqualifies him.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Oct 23, 2012 2:52 PM GMT
    jockfever saidTroyAthlete: Oh Lord. Another fact-challenged, boot-licking, self-loathing gay post right-wing bullshit and lies. "Every poll in 2004 showed Kerry winning." A lie, they showed the opposite. Of the last 80 polls taken in 2004, ONLY SIX showed Kerry winning. "Newsmax called it a bold prediction." Who cares? Newsmax is a right-wing website with no mainstream credibility, and a two-year old could've predicted Bush's win as shown in the link above. "October 2006 I predicted the Dems would takeover." And? So did everybody else. "I predicted Mitt Romney would be the GOP nominee." Yeah, nobody saw that coming. Everybody thought Herman Cain was a shoo-in. "Experts forecast a defeat for Scott Walker." Liar. What experts? EVERY poll taken since March showed Walker leading. This guy is full of shit, and jockfever looks like a bigger dolt than he typically does posting this claptrap...

    jockfever: It's easy, with 20/20 hindsight, to say that everyone could foresee the outcomes of the Bush/Kerry election, the Walker recall, and the Republican presidential primaries.

    When Romney wins you'll probably say that any two-year-old could have predicted Romney's victory.

    Toward the end many polls had Bush and Kerry dead even. The race was considered too close to call. Kerry claimed that he would have won the election had it not been for Ohio voting irregularities.

    Who were the experts who predicted that Scott Walker would lose? Just about every Democrat starting with Obama and BJ Clinton, the head of the Wisconsin Democrat party, every public sector union boss, and many Lib pundits. The New York Times crowed that Walker's public sector union reforms were a huge gift to Democrats and especially to Obama. The recall forces boasted of having over a million signatures. Union money poured into Wisconsin. About a dozen of the usual suspects on RJ proudly predicted that Walker would lose. The Walker recall election was considered too close to call. The Battleground web site notes that "pollsters were all over the map in that hotly contested race." Polls showing Walker ahead were called biased.

    The Republican presidential field started out with over nine candidates. In February Rick Santorum led Mitt Romney by 36% to 26% among national Republicans. Romney looked like just another contender, and to some a has-been, for much of the race.

    The fact is that nobody knew the outcomes ahead of time and few people were willing to go on record with their predictions. Wayne Allen Root, Libertarian, correctly predicted these outcomes and more. Once again he's making his prediction in a race which many claim is too close to call.

    Why don't you go on record and predict a big win for your Dear Leader? Afraid you'll look like a Dummycrat?

    TroyAthlete: Republicans are pathological liars.

    jockfever: The Left IS what it accuses its opponents of being.
    From reducing the deficit, to transparency, to Libya, your Dear Leader is a proven serial liar.


    More nonsense from the rollicking retard from Rehobeth. Comparing Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter that is the most ridiculous thing that I have ever heard. There is no viable comparison. But Jerkfever continues to pollute the air with all his extremist conservative drivel living in his biblical fantasyland. As for personal liberties, you conservatives are complete hypocrites. You are only for personal liberties when it comes to your own ilk. Everyone else should lose their liberties because those groups don't agree with you. So don't lecture us about personal liberties because you have zero credibility on that subject. As for a landslide win for Romney, you keep living in your dreamworld jerkfever. You are such an ignorant, repugnant man.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 23, 2012 3:11 PM GMT
    JockTheVote said

    Flipping, flopping and making himself UNTRUSTWORTHY is what disqualifies him.


    Clearly millions of Americans don't see him as "UNTRUSTWORTHY". He's not been disqualified by a long shot. The race is tightening in virtually every swing state, and in most it appears to be breaking towards Romney. This is not good news for the President. Mitt could, and likely WILL win this election. Obama's 1st debate performance opened the door for Romney and did irreparable damage to his re-election prospects. Romney's cool demeanor and Reagan-esque "Peace Through Strength" message in last night's debate, in my opinion, was the right tone at just the right time in the home stretch of this campaign.
  • Koaa2

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    Oct 23, 2012 4:08 PM GMT
    jockfever said

    Hello, I’m Wayne Allyn Root for PersonalLiberty.com. My commentary right here at PersonalLiberty.com predicting a Mitt Romney landslide victory back in the spring attracted tremendous attention... It was read and forwarded all over the country. I was called by media from coast to coast to talk about it. The reason it was taken so seriously is my track record as a well-known Las Vegas oddsmaker (the only one in history awarded my own 180-pound granite star in the sidewalk in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Walk of Stars) and, even more importantly, my track record of predicting political races.

    In November of 2004, only days before the Presidential election, I went on CNBC and predicted a George W. Bush victory by 3 points and 30 electoral votes. Every poll at the time showed John Kerry in the lead. Bush won by 3 and 35. Newsmax magazine called it the most accurate prediction of 2004.

    In October of 2006, I went on Fox News to predict the GOP would get slaughtered in the midterm election and lose Congress. It did.

    In December 2011, before the GOP primary, I predicted Mitt Romney would win the GOP Presidential nomination and go on to win the Presidency. For the next few months, Romney trailed by a wide margin to a range of contenders: Donald Trump, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum. It seemed no one wanted Mitt for President. It seemed no one believed in Mitt — no one, that is, except this Las Vegas oddsmaker and capitalist evangelist.

    Fast-forward to spring 2012 after Romney clinched the GOP Presidential race but trailed in every poll to President Barack Obama. I boldly predicted a Mitt Romney landslide on Nov. 6.

    Fast-forward to June 2012 when experts forecast a defeat for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in his recall election. Unions were pouring unheard-of sums into the race in a longtime Democratic State that welcomes union rights. I boldly predicted a Walker landslide victory of 7 to 10 points. He won by exactly 7 (despite reported Democratic voter irregularities).

    For the past month, as Mitt Romney trailed badly in every poll (especially in the all-important battleground States), I continued to predict a big Romney victory. Today I’m making it official: I’m doubling down. Mitt Romney will win the Presidency, and it won’t be close.

    I’m predicting a 5- to 7-point popular vote victory. Electorally, it won’t be that close. Romney will win many States that went to Obama in 2008. I’m predicting Romney victories in Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia, Iowa, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Indiana. I predict a Romney victory by 100 to 120 electoral votes.

    In the days before the first Presidential debate, polls showed Romney trailing badly in most of those States. But, as I’ve argued from day one, the polls are wrong. They are badly skewed toward Democrats. Quite simply, they are over-polling Democratic voters and assuming a turnout that looks like 2008, when record numbers of Democrats came out for Obama.

    After Romney’s overwhelming victory in the first debate, he now leads or is dead even in battleground States where, only days before, he was supposedly way behind. My contention is a 1-point Romney lead in those Democrat-skewed polls is really a comfortable 5- to 7-point Romney lead on Election Day.

    There are several specific reasons I predict a comfortable Romney victory on Election Day:

    The news media are ignoring signs of mass revulsion towards Obama. In the West Virginia Democratic primary, a felon got 40 percent of the vote versus Obama. In deep-blue Massachusetts and Connecticut, GOP Senate candidates are even or leading in recent polls. In pro-union Wisconsin, Walker won by a country mile. But worst of all for Obama, several recent polls show Romney competitive in Illinois — Obama’s home State. Romney is actually winning by a landslide in the suburbs of Obama’s Chicago. Even in Cook County, the country’s biggest Democratic stronghold, Romney leads by double digits among independents (43-31) and white voters (53-40). These are very bad signs for Obama.

    In 2008, Democrats overwhelmingly controlled the majority of Governorships. Today, Republicans control the majority of Governorships. Presidential elections are always steered in each State by the Governor, the most powerful force in State politics.

    After the 2010 census, electoral votes were added to States that lean Republican in elections: Texas, Florida, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, South Carolina and Utah. Deep-blue Democratic States like New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Massachusetts lost electoral votes.

    That brings up an interesting point. Why is everyone running away from these ultra-liberal, high-tax States in the first place? Isn’t that alone proof of the failure of Democratic ideas?


    Next, follow the money trail. Yes, Obama is raising plenty of money, although there is a major question if it’s coming from illegal foreign contributors. But forget all that. What matters is that in 2008 Obama overwhelmed McCain by outspending him 10 to 1 down the stretch. That won’t happen in 2012. Romney is even with Obama, in the last two weeks of the election. That makes a huge difference in the outcome.

    Christians will turn out in record numbers this year. Obama has offended Christians again and again. In the last election, 20 million evangelical Christians did not vote. They will turn out in record numbers in 2012 to defeat the most anti-Christian President in U.S. history. How motivated are Christians? Did you see the long lines around the country to support Chick-fil-A a few weeks ago? You’ll see those same lines on Election Day.

    Voter rolls have been purged in 2012 of felons and illegals in many States, particularly Florida and Ohio. Turnout of Democrats will be nothing like 2008. That brings up another important question. What kind of political party relies on felons and people illegally in the country to win elections?

    The “enthusiasm factor” for Romney is huge. Conservatives are focused, intense, motivated and enthusiastic. Democrats turned out for Obama in record numbers in 2008. Today, they are demoralized. A big edge goes to Romney on Election Day as conservatives, white voters, middle-class voters and independents turn out in record numbers for Romney. I know several people who voted for Obama in 2008, but never will again. Does anyone know a McCain voter who will vote for Obama in 2012? There are none.

    Finally, history proves that a majority of undecided voters break for the challenger. Romney will take most of the undecided voters on Election Day — just like Ronald Reagan did versus Jimmy Carter in 1980. Romney’s fantastic debate performance gave them confidence to choose the challenger. This is Carter/Reagan all over again. The same horrible economy. The same economically ignorant fool in the White House bringing misery to Americans. The same economic collapse under the weight of socialist, pro-union, soak-the-rich, demonize-the-business-owners policies.

    I predict the same result on Election Day. Mitt Romney will win in a landslide. And If I’m wrong, God help the United States of America.

    I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. See you right back here next week. Same time, same place. God Bless.


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  • Koaa2

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    Oct 23, 2012 4:09 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    JockTheVote said

    Flipping, flopping and making himself UNTRUSTWORTHY is what disqualifies him.


    Clearly millions of Americans don't see him as "UNTRUSTWORTHY". He's not been disqualified by a long shot. The race is tightening in virtually every swing state, and in most it appears to be breaking towards Romney. This is not good news for the President. Mitt could, and likely WILL win this election. Obama's 1st debate performance opened the door for Romney and did irreparable damage to his re-election prospects. Romney's cool demeanor and Reagan-esque "Peace Through Strength" message in last night's debate, in my opinion, was the right tone at just the right time in the home stretch of this campaign.


    All of CuriousJockAZs posts should be reported as insanity!
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 23, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
    Koaa2 said
    This should be reported as spa


    Koaa2 said
    All of CuriousJockAZs posts should be reported as insanity!



    Are we seeing a pattern here? If it's an opinion you don't agree with, it must be spam or insanity.

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    Oct 25, 2012 1:53 AM GMT
    Webster666: Don't be stupid. If the President (Carter, Obama, or any other) actually had any control over the economy, don't you think that they'd do whatever it took to make a booming economy, with very low unemployment ?
    Unless the Congress cooperates with the President, not very much gets done, as evidenced by the great number of job creation bills, championed by the President and the Congressional Democrats, BUT, obstructed by the Congressional Republicans.


    jockfever: Given a choice between unleashing the private sector and unleashing government, Democrats unleash government.

    Democrats are not about what is good for the country as a whole. They are about politics, and what's good for their party -- the Democrat party and big government feeding off of each other.

    The policies of the bloated, out-of-control federal government do have a major impact on the economy. Pelosi-Reid took over Congress in 2007. Then for two years starting in 2009 Obama-Pelosi-Reid did whatever they wanted.

    Republicans were powerless to stop them, e.g., the phony stimulus bill and Obamacare. Even now Republicans are unable to stop the $trillion deficits without shutting down the government.

    Instead of focusing on employment, Obama-Pelosi-Reid spent, borrowed, and regulated like jackasses on crack, sending the economy into the toilet.

    Now they want to blame Republicans. Americans are about to prove that they're not as stupid as Democrats think they are.


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    jockfever, I always enjoy your posts------even if we disagree.

    BUT FINALLY ....I CAN AGREE with one member of the CONSERVAPOSSE!

    CuriousJockAZ wrote these words criticizing THE LYING MITT:

    " I have stated many MANY times that I have a problem with Mitt Romney in a variety of areas -- not the least of which is
    THE FACT THAT HE IS AGAINST "CIVIL UNIONS" , which I find perplexing and all kinds of disappointing.

    I was also extremely disappointed that
    HE SIGNED "THE PLEDGE" APPEASING THE FAR RIGHT regarding working towards a constitutional amendment for DOMA. "


    FINALLY, some of you guys are looking more closely at Mitt....

    and seeing the DISASTER of an untrustworthy and flip-flopping tool he is !
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    Oct 25, 2012 2:09 AM GMT
    DR2K said"Mitt Romney will win in a landslide."

    He has a better chance of falling into one at this point.
    That would definitely make me LOL.
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    Oct 25, 2012 2:57 AM GMT
    JockTheVote: jockfever, What do you know about Wayne Allyn Root?
    "Root is spokesman, board member and Senior Economic Adviser to Wealth Masters International ("WMI"), a global financial services and education company based in Houston, Texas. Norwegian authorities have suspended WMI's sales, finding it to be an illegal pyramid scheme. Root is named in the finding. " Read more on his Wiki page. His books include: The Zen of Gambling,The Joy of Failure!, The King of Vegas' Guide to Gambling, Millionaire Republican, and The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts. Let's NOT take economic advice from this SCAM ARTIST.


    jockfever: If you don't want advice from Wayne Allyn Root, you're free to refuse it.

    Norway's Gaming Board decided that WMI's multi-level-marketing approach is too pyramid-like. The company dissolved its operations there. No one died. I'm not sure there's even an accusation of harm done to anyone.

    Contrast that with Fast and Furious and Benghazi, the works of real scam-artists. Obama lies; people die.

    Thanks to that same scam-artist, the U.S. economy is in the toilet. And millions cannot escape the incalculable harm.

    Yet the disordered Left enthusiastically embraces Obama and demands four more years of destruction. The Left condemns capitalist evangelist Root.

    Incidentally, Root was ruthlessly investigated by the IRS for 18 months, an investigation he thinks was prompted by his outspoken criticism of your Dear Leader. The same Dear Leader who wants 16,000 more IRS agents.

    While you worry about Romney, your Dear Leader turns the U.S. into a banana republic. That's Obama-scam, a series of domestic and foreign policy disasters. And the Left demands four more years of failure.

    This topic is about Root's prediction about the election. In less than two weeks we'll see that Root was correct. Obama and the Left offer nothing but destructive Statist scams. The Left IS what it accuses its opponents of being.


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    Oct 26, 2012 10:57 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob: More nonsense from the rollicking retard from Rehobeth.

    jockfever: It's "Rehoboth", Einstein.

    roadbikeRob:Comparing Barack Obama to Jimmy Carter that is the most ridiculous thing that I have ever heard. There is no viable comparison.

    jockfever: "Nothing created Everything" is one of the most ridiculous lies, and you embrace it. Even Democrats like Walter Mondull and Libs like Halperin see the parallels between Carter and Obama. Evidence doesn't matter to Obamaroids. Nevertheless...

    Weekly Standard: Obama Is The New Jimmy Carter
    http://www.npr.org/2011/08/24/139902892/weekly-standard-obama-is-the-new-jimmy-carter

    The Carter-Obama Comparisons Grow Walter Mondale himself sees a parallel.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704129204575505822147816104.html

    Ouch! Last week Chris Matthews compared Obama to Jimmy

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    roadbikeRob: But Jerkfever continues to pollute the air with all his extremist conservative drivel living in his biblical fantasyland. As for personal liberties, you conservatives are complete hypocrites. You are only for personal liberties when it comes to your own ilk. Everyone else should lose their liberties because those groups don't agree with you. So don't lecture us about personal liberties because you have zero credibility on that subject. As for a landslide win for Romney, you keep living in your dreamworld jerkfever.

    jockfever: Your Dear Leader and his accomplices are the radicals fundamentally transforming the U.S. into a banana republic. Conservatives are the only antidote to Obama flushing the U.S. down the toilet. It's your ilk that demands four more years of Statist destruction of liberty and prosperity. For that you fancy yourselves superior to the rest of us. Liberalism is a mental disorder.

    roadbikeRob: As for a landslide win for Romney, you keep living in your dreamworld jerkfever. You are such an ignorant, repugnant man.

    jockfever: On November 7 you'll get more evidence that you're willfully delusional. And you'll probably reject it, as a poster boi for nasty, angry, hateful, unhinged, ignorant, Bible-bashing Statism.

    You reject God, the Bible, Christ, Christianity, Republicans, Romney, and presumably capitalism and the Constitution. To join that group in some small way is for me an honor.


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    Oct 26, 2012 12:25 PM GMT
    A Teabagger scam artist speaks and gay Republicans listen.