Romney will beat Obama by 12 points

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    Walker beat the failed Dems 52-45 in a blue state. In 2010, Republicans gained more House seats than in 60 years. Both items are knock down indictments of Obama's leadership. The media is purposely ignoring the signs. We have another Carter on our hands here. Romney will win 56-44.
     
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    I'll take that bet for $1000.
     
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    I might too. Way too large a margin. Romney by 4%, max.
     
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    It is possible that Wisconsin was ahead of the curve. But I'd bet on a 4 percent minimum.
     
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    Bold, man, bold.

    I'm still thinking Obama has a shot..call me crazy..

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    Lay off the sauce! :cheers2::cheers2:
     
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    You are a little too giddy after Walker's win. Too much blood has gone to your head. Don't be making some kind of ridiculous extrapolation when you are high.
     
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    I hope they all do it.
     
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    I think we've witnessed over the last two weeks especially in Wisconsin--how bad Polling data can get. The national polls have to be designed to keep people interested--otherwise no one pays any attention to them. This happened during the Carter/Reagan race--(when according to the polling data) the race was very tight up until election eve--and here are the results of that 1980 race.

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    Carter/Reagan race 1980

    I think it's possible that Barack Obama is going to be faced with a kind of similar defeat.
     
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    The polling had a tighter race..that's true..but most polls had Walker ahead.
     

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