Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by swizzlee, Oct 9, 2012.
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You are perfectly free to call me crazy
That is the border of possible. Dems would have to run the table. Heidi in N.D., bury Flake in Az, count Angus in the caucus, beat the creep in IN, flip MA, and so on. WI and FL look pretty good though.
I seriously doubt Mitt can win... But lets just wait and see.
I have my doubts that Romney was chosen to win. I think the Republicans want Obama to screw up the economy so bad that there will never be a Democrat elected in the next ten years. The problem is that after another 4 years of 3+ Trillion dollar debt per year we, the people, are out of luck. The interest on the debt will be too high to pay and we will go the way of Greece. The only saving grace is that the citizenry (those who are active) will reform the republic and nationalize all foreign business and monetary interests in the USA and default on all debts giving us the ability to rebound stronger than ever.
Pubs aren't that stupid.........
For that matter, neither are the Dems
Since when did wishful thinking constitute debate?
America has always been different from Europe, having begun as a utopian religious community. Some have seen it as a dream world where you can be what you choose, others as a mirage that lures, exploits and disappoints. Some see it as a land of spiritual potential, others as a place of crass and vulgar materialism. Some see it as a mecca for creative entrepreneurs, others as a corporate oligarchy where the big eat the small and inventions helpful to the world are stifled. Some see it as the home of freedom of expression, others as a land of timorous conformity and mob-opinion rule. Margaret Atwood answers a Martian' NYT 04/28/12 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/29/opinion/sunday/hello-martians-this-is-america.html
Does your wishful thinking conclude that the O will win this election?
And your link is lost on me. I'm not and never have been a Pub
We may be seeing the beginning of a Romney landslide, but I doubt it will carry the Senate for the GOP. Their most optimistic outcome may be a 50-50 tie with VP Ryan casting the deciding vote.
The negatives are piling up so fast for the O that I can't keep track of them. And on the other side, the debate has put Mitt right on top of the pile
The momentum is working for both of them - one on the way up, one on the way down.
There simply isn't enough time to halt and reverse the damage being done by the daily reports out of Libya. Even in a non-election year, this appears to be damaging enough to get more than one head to roll. And now they're eating their own.
I'm already convinced, and even more so after reading Woodward's book, that there are a whole BUNCH of Dems who will be more than happy to see the O gone and who will be more than happy to try very hard to work with Mitt to get our very serious problems solved.
I haven't checked the Senate races for a while but now's as good a time as any to take a look.
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