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I’m still trying to figure out how the Obama people believe that they can win in 2012 without FL and OH. FL looks like a write off at this point with 56% of the RV disapproving of Barry. OH is also going to be a tough row to hoe. So, that means that he believes that he can win either NC or VA. He could get the 279 EVs with either NC or VA, if he sweeps PA,MI,MN,WI,IA,CO,NV, and NM, but if Barry loses both NC and VA, he still can’t win even if he sweeps all those states and loses FL and OH. NC was razor thin for Barry in 2008 when he drove thousands of unlikely voters to the polls and he doesn’t have the one factor that drove most of those voters to the polls. He won’t be, if elected, the first African-American President.
If you look at Charlie Cook’s House map for VA, let me know if you see any blue. Also, Tim Kaine who is supposedly the (D) savior in VA is behind by 14% in the polls. Forget about VA, Barry. Plus, it looks like to me that the GOP has a realistic chance in CO,NV and NM. NV and NM have (R) governors, so it might be tough for the Barry bunch to campaign effectively there. And Barry has a 55% disapproval rating in CO. Barry can’t run this time as the change candidate, he has to run on record. And I believe that results still mean something to America. Here are the results of the last 2.3 years:
Gas was 1.80 per now about 4.00, debt was 10 trillion now 14 trillion, we had 2 wars, now we have 3, unemployment was 7. 6 % now 10%, according to Gallup, energy policy; what energy policy?, Immigration policy? And steering wheels are falling off of Government Motor’s cars, isn’t that illustrative of this administration. What is Barry’s slogan going to be this time: IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE!