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    Obama will be selected again, I think.

    Let's see if this pans out...
    Will Obama attempt to declare martial law before November election?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    You want to elect Romney on the premise that he's going to FIX things? Now you really do sound like a echo of 2008.
    Romney's entire history has been fixing things. Your echo certainly isn't of me. I never thought McCain was a good candidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aboutenough View Post
    I think if a canditate says "Hope for Change" one more time they better take cover. Romney is not hoping for a change, he will make changes to give us hope again. Hoping for a change is like waiting to win the Lottery. It rarely happens
    I'm hoping for a change in office seriously tho we don't have this in the bag YET, we just need to set back and watch the left make complete ass's of themselves, I hope Obama and the left keep up this craziness to show the americans what this party is really about! We just need to keep our dignity and point out the stupidity like "you didn't build that"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmiller1610 View Post
    Romney's entire history has been fixing things. Your echo certainly isn't of me. I never thought McCain was a good candidate.
    Get back to me when you've researched HOW R-Money fixes things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    Get back to me when you've researched HOW R-Money fixes things.
    Make sales

    Negotiate changes

    Build consensus

    Have a plan

    Execute

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmiller1610 View Post
    Obama will lose because when people are actually voting they will ask themselves if they want 4 more years of what they just went through. Up until that point of actual choice, it's all parlor games.
    Romney will lose because Obama already has most of the larger states like NY and CA locked up with poll leads of like 20% and with a teabagger like Ryan that wants to cut medicare and SS, they just lost Florida, game over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmiller1610 View Post
    We'll see. A lot of what you posted is based on the assumption that Romney would be a right wing tea party guy after being elected. That is not his history. He has ten times the ability of Obama to negotiate compromises and drive results. And he has done it many times.
    And like the last election where many did not vote for McCain because his VP was a hockey mom who didn't know her ass from her elbow, they won't vote for Romney because they don't want to take the chance a teabagger like Ryan could be sitting in the Oval office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    And like the last election where many did not vote for McCain because his VP was a hockey mom who didn't know her ass from her elbow, they won't vote for Romney because they don't want to take the chance a teabagger like Ryan could be sitting in the Oval office.
    It's like Palin taught them nothing at all. Incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    And like the last election where many did not vote for McCain because his VP was a hockey mom who didn't know her ass from her elbow, they won't vote for Romney because they don't want to take the chance a teabagger like Ryan could be sitting in the Oval office.
    The last election was actually in 2010 where Palin was very influential in absolutely crushing Democrats and firing Pelosi. But this isn't the first or last time I'm going to correct you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbeard View Post
    The last election was actually in 2010 where Palin was very influential in absolutely crushing Democrats and firing Pelosi. But this isn't the first or last time I'm going to correct you.
    Like in Dela....oh wait. nevermind

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