...and it's only May,JuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberWake me in mid-October so I can watch Pres.
Obama get re-elected.I'm looking forward already to 2016.Perhaps after the Tea-Party lunacy will be over, and the
Republicans will snap out of it, get real, and nominate Jon Huntsman Jr.
Those Iowa numbers don't bode well for Mitt. And not just in Iowa, but the
rest of the MidWest, including toss-up states Ohio and perhaps
Pennsylvania/Wisconsin. Obama has made up a lot of ground in Iowa from a few
months ago, especially considering Mitt and the other Republican candidates
spent a good 6-8 months campaigning on the ground in Iowa.
After this Nevada poll RCP has moved the state from leans-obama to tossup. That
leaves their ranking at Obama 237 Romney 170 with 131 delegates left in the
tossups. Tossups are Arizona (11) Colorado (9) Florida (29) Iowa (6) Missouri
(10) Nevada (6) New Hampshire (4) North Carolina (15) Ohio (18) Virginia (13)
Wisconsin (10). Obama would need 33 to win, Romney would need 100 to win. I have a hard time seeing Obama lose Wisconsin. I have a hard time
seeing Romney lose North Carolina, Missouri and Arizona. Giving those 4 out
would make it Obama 247 Romney 206 with Colorado (9) Florida (29) Iowa (6)
Nevada (6) New Hampshire (4) Ohio (18) Virginia (13) left. Since Obama would
only need 23 more delegates winning Florida would be sufficient. Alternatively
he could go with Ohio + Nevada or Iowa Virginia + New Hampshire +
Colorado or Iowa or NevadaColorado + Iowa + Nevada + New HampshireI have to think the advantage still lies with Obama but it's very
easy to see Romney having a path to victory. He absolutely has to win Florida
though. Losing that is game over.
"Are you better off than you were 4 trillion dollars ago?" It's
actually 5 trillion, but who is counting??Might as well make it
"6 trillion", because that's where we'll be by November.
People are not very wise when electing leaders.If Fidel Castro was
running as a democratic presidential candidate, he'd win California, New
York, and at least forty percent of the voters.Distorted statements,
and false promises, will fool ignorant voters.
worfMcallen, TXPeople are not very wise when electing leaders.Distorted statements, and false promises, will fool ignorant voters.10:07 p.m. May 31, 2012====================== Don't tell me.....You voted for G W Bush, TWICE!
airnaut,Not even once.