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    I'm with Mitt, but it seems like a fair portion of people here (LM + Sticky) both feel that the 2 party system needs to go. Regardless, I don't see how people see anything beneficial in giving Obama another 4 yrs. He's not only failed to deliver on any of his '08 promises, but incredibly has managed to find a way to make things significantly worse during his 1st term: the deficit, unemployment, economic health, international reputation/respect. It doesn't matter which issue you choose to focus on, we've taken multiple steps back because of this man's "leadership". Adding insult to injury, the media has decided to report the Obama Administration version of the news & responding to every situation with two "reasons":
    1. It was the Bush Admin's Fault
    2. Obama "killed" Osama Bin Laden -- Which is misplaced credit because the prior administration he likes to blame so much made Osama a priority target following 9/11, giving Obama 7 yrs of intel before he even took Office.


    I'm pretty sure I said this in another BB thread, but every President has inherited something. Washington inherited the country's debts after the Revolutionary War, Lincoln inherited the racial tension that eventually led to the Civil War, Reagan inherited Jimmy Carter's economic mess & now Obama inherited his predecessor's mess. Yea it sucks, but it comes with the job & if he wasn't prepared to take on the responsibilities with being President of the United States, he shouldn't of run for Office or made all this ridiculous campaign promises that he wasn't 100% sure he could deliver on.

    Romney was by no means my 1st choice (I actually wanted Herman Cain), but I still cannot understand what people see in Obama (unless they're not paying any income taxes & riding the government entitlement wave).

    No country, ESPECIALLY the United States, was built on the backs on freeloaders who just waited for things to be handed to them. People need to get off their ass & stop waiting for the govt. to tell them what to do & how to be successful. The American Dream isn't a promise or something guaranteed when you become an American citizen, it's something that you aspire for & work towards.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    I'm with Mitt, but it seems like a fair portion of people here (LM + Sticky) both feel that the 2 party system needs to go.
    Don't you just feel like something actually, really, truly needs to change?

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    I just can't bring myself to vote for somebody who endorses a guy that says stuff like: "Pregnancy by rape is something God intended."
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    Since there is only one candidate in the poll, I'll abstain from the vote because I wish not to endorse the status quo by recognizing it with a vote.

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    I actually want Romney to get in there. Not because I think he will change a damn thing, but because if Obama gets another 4 years, it will mean 4 more years of the media being in his back pocket and not reporting things like NDAA and the ridiculous drone assassinations.
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    If your governments are anything like those in the UK it doesn't matter who wins either way your $#@!ed!!!
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    Mitt Romney.
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    Here's my prediction. Obama wins by a narrow margin and Romney contests the results from NY and NJ and orders recounts because of hurricane Sandy.
    Four more years of Obama and the next President will be Chris Christie.
    Mark my words.

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    Idk if this is how it was supposed to work but since I can't vote legally, I picked the candidate I think will win...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Brey335i Click here to enlarge
    but since I can't vote legally
    Why not?

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    Hopefully this poll is how things will end up.....we'll see! I want our nj gov, Chris Christie to run for president
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    Why does everyone like this Christie fellow so much?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LZH Click here to enlarge
    Here's my prediction. Obama wins by a narrow margin and Romney contests the results from NY and NJ and orders recounts because of hurricane Sandy.
    Four more years of Obama and the next President will be Chris Christie.
    Mark my words.
    NY & NJ have a significantly higher chance of "accidentally" turning Red because of the damage caused by Sandy. You need to realize that the areas that were affected by the storm are the areas (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Long Island) that cause NY to go Blue. Also, coming from some1 who's worked for Christie, he has no Presidential aspirations. His eyes are on the AG position.

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    Why does everyone like this Christie fellow so much?
    Blunt, honest, no bull$#@! politician
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    NY & NJ have a significantly higher chance of "accidentally" turning Red because of the damage caused by Sandy. You need to realize that the areas that were affected by the storm are the areas (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Long Island) that cause NY to go Blue. Also, coming from some1 who's worked for Christie, he has no Presidential aspirations. His eyes are on the AG position.
    NY won't turn red. If it did, Romney wins.

    This $#@!ing retarded electoral math favors Obama all the way.

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    I picked Obama only because he's black.
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    Romney has to win Ohio or he is done. And this is what Romney is dealing with in Ohio.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    Romney has to win Ohio or he is done. And this is what Romney is dealing with in Ohio.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpAOw...ure=plpp_video
    She has an excellent way with words.

    I'd like to hear her thoughts on the economy as well as how to reduce inflation.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    Romney has to win Ohio or he is done. And this is what Romney is dealing with in Ohio.
    PA's actually more important than Ohio. If there's low voter turnout in Philly, things can get very interesting
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    I just can't see how NJ is dem. I've met hundreds of people this week, literally, such a small % like O.

    BTW, I also agree Christie is next.

    NJ is doing pretty good about adjusting to get people to vote, but NY is ridiculous, they activated the Ny guard and tasked them to transport displaced voters to polling locations...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    I just can't see how NJ is dem. I've met hundreds of people this week, literally, such a small % like O.
    Union, Newark, Trenton, Camden.... They're all small areas geographically, but there's a ridiculous concentration of Democrat/Freeloading individuals in those areas. Also have a larger Jewish population in NJ which traditionally associates with the Democrat ticket

    I mean, I've got fam in Long Island & they're union workers and voting for Romney because they realize how destructive O has been as President & the legislation he's trying to push through
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