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How unpopular is Obama when he nearly looses the West Virginia Democratic Primary election to a long haired Texas convict who is still in prison ??

PEEPL 2012/05/10 00:47:46
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It means nothing,. Obama is still on top !
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Keith Judd a Texas convict nearly beat Obama in the West Virginia Primary because of the destruction that Obama has done to their coal industry. Or maybe in the eyes of some it will just be racism. But how popular can Obama be if this can happen ?? Check out the link to the whole story below..

http://nbcpolitics.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/05/09/11615552-ag...

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  • DeborahLakeHelen 2012/05/10 01:36:48
    It's a message,. Watch Out Obama !
    DeborahLakeHelen
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    It just proves that ANYONE or ANYTHING would make a better President than Obama. Heck, a poorly trained Orangutan would make a better President than Obama. And it would be smarter, too.

    smart Orangutan

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  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 16:23:08
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    An astounding 54 percent of Independents would NEVER vote for Obama. That compares to just 37 percent for Romney. Also, more Independents (37 percent to 30 percent) would "definitely" vote for Romney.

    This is all great news for Romney and bad news for Obama. As has been the trend, Independents trust him more on the issues they think are the most important in this election.



    Read more: http://articles.businessinsid...
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 16:44:26
    Heptarch
    What's the deal with you spamming this?
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 16:54:41
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    It's the fact!
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 17:11:07
    Heptarch
    It's a poll.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 18:28:55
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    And we all know how much the left loves their polls when the numbers favors them and dispute when it favors the right.

    More flip flopping, just like Obie.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 18:45:19
    Heptarch
    Polls are only good at showing the current viewpoints of the people polled. And that's only if they're valid, well-designed polls. THe one you posted was not.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 21:05:26
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    And votes are what really tell us the truth. An inmate has a lot of votes in this case. I think Obama will lose to a proven leader and America will reject the epic failure of Obie.
  • luvguins diane RN 2012/05/10 03:18:01
    luvguins
    +1
    It will be a pity party since clueless mannequin, Romney, is going down just like McCain.
  • diane RN luvguins 2012/05/10 11:36:02
    diane RN
    +1
    Time will tell, too early to call....
  • luvguins diane RN 2012/05/10 14:55:08
    luvguins
    Then you better not party.
  • mich52 diane RN 2012/05/10 03:57:15
  • diane RN mich52 2012/05/10 11:35:43
    diane RN
    As a matter of fact. I am. Just because I'm a free thinker, read a lot and have my own opinions makes me "uneducated?"
  • ScottyG... diane RN 2012/05/10 13:58:18
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    I'd love to be there. Let's have an Obamacare burning party!
  • mich52 Heptarch 2012/05/10 03:56:19
  • Heptarch mich52 2012/05/10 04:07:22
    Heptarch
    +1
    It's kind of a guilty funny. I hate laughing at people like them. It's like mocking an autistic child.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 16:25:40
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    An astounding 54 percent of Independents would NEVER vote for Obama. That compares to just 37 percent for Romney. Also, more Independents (37 percent to 30 percent) would "definitely" vote for Romney.

    This is all great news for Romney and bad news for Obama. As has been the trend, Independents trust him more on the issues they think are the most important in this election.



    Read more: http://articles.businessinsid...
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 16:44:38
    Heptarch
    Spam spam spam.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 16:55:40
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Facts, facts, facts, facts.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 17:11:33
    Heptarch
    Just spam.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 18:29:38
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Facts! Just the facts.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 18:46:58
    Heptarch
    The fact is that more AMericans plan to vote for Obama over ROmney. At least they do right now. We'll see what happens in November.

    As an aside, the only thing that matters is the electoral map anyway. And Obama has a decided edge there. It's going to be very hard for Romney to carry enough states to win.

    http://www1.realclearpolitics...
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 21:10:07
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    You mean Obama's Emerikans. I like the RCP map, it toggles all kinds of possibilities. If you play with it you can have Romney win by a landslide!
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 21:15:29 (edited)
    Heptarch
    I mean Americans. I don't know what your silly "Emerikans" comment is supposed to mean. I know you're trying to be clever, but you're failing.

    "I like the RCP map, it toggles all kinds of possibilities."

    Yep. It does.

    "If you play with it you can have Romney win by a landslide!"

    Only if you ignore reality. If you go with what RCP has, Obama only needs 17 more electors to win. Of the battleground states, that means all he really needs is Iowa, New Hampshire and Colorado.

    That's assuming that Romney takes EVERYTHING else not already in blue, and I think that's a stretch. I think Obama will take Ohio and maybe Missouri. He may even take Virginia. I think he has an outside chance at Florida and North Carolina and no chance in hell, really, in Arizona.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 21:19:48
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Under Obama we are more like Europe, so it's Emerika!

    The map will change drastically on Nov 7th. Mostly red.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 21:20:47
    Heptarch
    "Under Obama we are more like Europe, so it's Emerika!"

    Ah, I see. I was right. It isn't clever.

    "The map will change drastically on Nov 7th. Mostly red."

    How do you see that happening?
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 21:23:50
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    It's called the popular vote. Those swing states will all turn RED!
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 21:30:18
    Heptarch
    LOL Ok. In other words, you're just engaging in a little wishful thinking. I understand. It's really all you've got.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 21:43:58
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    I'll really have a chuckle when all those states turn red. Especially the leaning states.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 21:45:02 (edited)
    Heptarch
    If it happens, you've earned your chuckle. I think it pretty damned unlikely, though. hehehe

    The only "Leans Obama" states that might flip are New Mexico and Nevada, I think. I think the only big Lean state that might go red is Pennsylvania, but I doubt that.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/10 22:00:57
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    I look forward to the fun.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/10 22:08:19
    Heptarch
    Don't set yourself up for disappointment. What you want to happen isn't very likely.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/11 02:08:30
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Oh I'm not likely to be disappointed. I leave that to the Obie fans.

    His desperate attempts to divide have backfired every time so far. In fact with each mistake, the independents move more towards Romney.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/11 03:00:56
    Heptarch
    LOL Ok. He's the divider. Not the Republicans who refuse to support anything the man tries to do, even when it's the very same idea they themselves put forward before.

    And he's the divider. Yeah, right.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/11 15:35:41
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Even his own party votes against him. That's pretty bad.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/11 15:51:54
    Heptarch
    Not very much they don't.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/11 18:39:13
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    He got 0-414 on his budget. That's BAD.

    Even independents won't vote for him. Here's one's quote and that is how most of them feel.

    "I voted for Obama too. Trillion$ in bailouts for banksters, 4 more years of Bernokio and bupkis for Main Street is not change I can believe in.

    If Obama thinks he can win re-election in 2012 by delivering a bunch of speeches from a teleprompter, he will find out differently when he gives his concession speech on the night of November 6, 2012.

    I have no confidence in any of the prospective Republican Presidential candidates, but I don’t plan to vote to re-elect Obama in 2012"
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/11 22:43:32
    Heptarch
    "Even independents won't vote for him. Here's one's quote and that is how most of them feel."

    One quote doesn't mean that's how most of them feel.

    Take a look at this. Tell me where you think Romney's win will come from.

    http://www.realclearpolitics....
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/12 00:06:50
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    Did you look at the details? Likely (below that map) it's Obama 161 and Romney 131.

    So that's a whole lot of leeway. You're counting your chickens.

    Indies and the economy will decide this election as in ALL elections. The incumbent has NEVER won with this poor of a record.
  • Heptarch ScottyG... 2012/05/12 01:11:18
    Heptarch
    Actually, I'm not counting on anything. Just pointing out that things look a lot bleaker for Romney than Obama.
  • ScottyG... Heptarch 2012/05/12 15:23:33
    ScottyG - Faqueue
    This week ended bad for Obie. Rasmussen's latest shows a 7 point Romney advantage.

    And most analysts prefer their polls because they always choose likely over registered voters.

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