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  1. #21
    [QUOTE=bitonti;4261755]you are probably correct in that prediction but don't underestimate the base. The tea party was a big winner 2 Novembers ago and these people botched handful of key elections in 2010 including Nevada (angle), Delaware (oconnell).

    obviously the power brokers in the GOP want Romney, and who runs for Prez is a bigger decision than who runs for Nevada Senator... but the question is can they go against the base? recent history says they can't.

    either way you have an unelectable base candidate or a moderate who the base hates. Neither is a good recipe for winning an election.[/QUOTE]

    That's if you're only counting on Republican voters.

    Romney will dispense with Obama by the end of the first Presidential debate.

    Proving that Obama is ill-suited to be president of the local garden club, much less the United States, will be an easy thing to do.

    Barack Obama is a back-office clerk. A senator.

    Romney will either appeal to Democrats for their votes or at least cause them to stay home.

    Obama can count on NO Republican voters in 2012.

    Romney-Unknown 2012

    :usaflag:

    :jets17
    Last edited by AlbanyJet; 12-04-2011 at 07:35 PM.

  2. #22
    [QUOTE=bitonti;4261755]
    either way you have an unelectable base candidate or a moderate who the base hates. Neither is a good recipe for winning an election.[/QUOTE]

    The base is going to support whomever wins the primary and whatever happened during the primary will long be forgotten by the public...

    You're reaching.

    I know Romney is the one that worries you the most. You don't want to see (R) in office and he's the only one in the field that can currently beat Obama.

    The right track/wrong track polls support it. The indy voters have flipped from 67% for Obama to 32% for...

    It's tough sledding, especially against a 'moderate'...

  3. #23
    Mitt Romney = republican version of John Kerry

    Only Mitt is a 50X bigger flip-flopper.

  4. #24
    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4264190]The base is going to support whomever wins the primary and whatever happened during the primary will long be forgotten by the public...

    You're reaching.

    [/QUOTE]

    ya mean the same evangelical base that thinks Mormonism is a cult?

    good luck with that.

    the only reason MCCain was competative was because Sarah motivated the base. Romney will not motivate the base. Maybe he can get a VP to help...

    all these Republicans counting their chickens, don't look now but the economy is actually recovering. if the numbers get better the GOP candidate is toast. no matter who it is.

  5. #25
    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4264190]
    I know Romney is the one that worries you the most. You don't want to see (R) in office .[/QUOTE]

    go back and read my first thread in this post I said Romney would actually do a decent job. I like his health care plan in MASS. I don't fear the world coming to an end with a Romney Presidency. He's competant.

  6. #26
    Mitt is the (D) Party's wet dream of an (R) Candidate.

    Mitt has no real support in the (R) base.
    Mitt does not inspire moderates and independants in any meaningful way.
    Mitt is not a conservative in his beliefs and policies.
    Mitt is a horrible flip-flopper.
    Mitt, should he somehow win, would be yet another Bush-ian fiscal/spending/big-govt. liberal in his policies.

    It's the best of both worlds. If Mitt gets the nomination, he's almost surely going to lose as the (R) base stays home and moderates yet again compare one liberal-moderate (Obama) with another liberal-moderate (Romney). And if he wins, then little will change in Govt. and spending, and policies will remain as they are today.

    Mitt Romney is almost the perfect (R) candidate.....if you're a (D).

  7. #27
    [QUOTE=Warfish;4264794]Mitt is the (D) Party's wet dream of an (R) Candidate.

    Mitt has no real support in the (R) base.
    Mitt does not inspire moderates and independants in any meaningful way.
    Mitt is not a conservative in his beliefs and policies.
    Mitt is a horrible flip-flopper.
    Mitt, should he somehow win, would be yet another Bush-ian fiscal/spending/big-govt. liberal in his policies.

    It's the best of both worlds. If Mitt gets the nomination, he's almost surely going to lose as the (R) base stays home and moderates yet again compare one liberal-moderate (Obama) with another liberal-moderate (Romney). And if he wins, then little will change in Govt. and spending, and policies will remain as they are today.

    Mitt Romney is almost the perfect (R) candidate.....if you're a (D).[/QUOTE]

    No matter what candidate the republicans run, even Mitt Romney, that person is guaranteed a minimum of 48-49% of the popular vote. McCain received 46% of the popular vote in spite of the fact that our country had been exhausted from 8 years of Bush Jr's ineptitude and McCain and female Quayle running on a neoconservative platform of more of the same.

    Now after 4 years of Obama and radicals in the Tea Party saying he's a communist and a terrorist who created the recession and was born in Kenya whoever the GOP candidate is no matter how bad is guaranteed at least 2-3 more percentage points plus they will probably win at least Florida or Ohio's electoral votes.

    They will probably win both of those states' votes which means the only way Obama can get reelected is a combination of Virginia and New Mexico.

  8. #28
    [QUOTE=TerminatorJet;4265369]the only way Obama can get reelected is a combination of Virginia and New Mexico.[/QUOTE]

    1. He's not winning Virginia again.

    2. He's still going to win the election.

    3. No wonder, if you're thinking is accurate, Liberals want Romney so badly.

  9. #29
    [QUOTE=bitonti;4264672]ya mean the same evangelical base that thinks Mormonism is a cult?

    good luck with that.

    the only reason MCCain was competative was because Sarah motivated the base. Romney will not motivate the base. Maybe he can get a VP to help...

    all these Republicans counting their chickens, don't look now but the economy is actually recovering. if the numbers get better the GOP candidate is toast. no matter who it is.[/QUOTE]

    It doesn't matter what the economy does the republicans will vote their party. Even in 1996 41% of voters actually voted to have Dole unseat Clinton while the economy was performing excellent and no war. Perot got 8% of the vote and almost all of his supporters were disenchanted republicans. So in 1996 you had 49% of voters voting to unseat Clinton. You can't get more asinine than that.

  10. #30
    [QUOTE=Warfish;4265373]1. He's not winning Virginia again.

    2. He's still going to win the election.

    3. No wonder, if you're thinking is accurate, Liberals want Romney so badly.[/QUOTE]

    Virginia has a large black population and has been getting more blue while Florida and Ohio have gotten more red. Warner, Webb, Kaine are all democrats who have won state-wide elections there recently.

    The republicans don't have one single candidate that could be an effective president other than Ron Paul. Jamarcus Russell will win the NFL MVP award before Ron Paul gets the nomination of either major party.

  11. #31
    [QUOTE=TerminatorJet;4265379]
    The republicans don't have one single candidate that could be an effective president other than Ron Paul. Jamarcus Russell will win the NFL MVP award before Ron Paul gets the nomination of either major party.[/QUOTE]

    You think Obama is an effective President so forgive us if we don't take anything you say seriously...

  12. #32
    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4265872]You think Obama is an effective President so forgive us if we don't take anything you say seriously...[/QUOTE]

    you know he is agreeing with your premise that Obama has a tough road to go if he wants to be re-elected, right? SO does that mean you're wrong because he agrees with you?

  13. #33
    [QUOTE=piney;4265938]you know he is agreeing with your premise that Obama has a tough road to go if he wants to be re-elected, right? SO does that mean you're wrong because he agrees with you?[/QUOTE]

    The posts above that one looked like Fish's on my phone...

    Not so much on my computer :P

    Apologies to Term for jumping the gun.

  14. #34
    [QUOTE=AlbanyJet;4264143]Romney will dispense with Obama by the end of the first Presidential debate.[/QUOTE]

    Presuming, of course, that Romney doesn't act like a spoiled immature dickhead and then say something completely idiotic like $10,000.00 bets. Like he did last night!

    UGH!

    :jets17
    Last edited by AlbanyJet; 12-11-2011 at 08:58 PM.

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