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    johnb is offline Verified 3-Star Forum General
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    Default How bad will O'Bama loose ?

    ....in NC?

    ...in VA

    ...in OH

    ...in WI

    ...in MI

    ...in MN

    ...in FL

    ...in IA

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    Default Re: How bad will O'Bama loose ?

    Here's the problem for Team O'Bama:

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/art...nt_114438.html

    It is pretty clear that this election has already passed it's Rubicon. O'Bama will loose this November.

    The magic here is broken down in several steps:

    1- Undecideds break against the incumbent.

    2- Pro-O'Bama pollsters (PPP, Daily KOS, et al)are polling Registered Voters, not Likely Voters in order to dilute accurate polls.

    3- Pro-O'Bama pollsters oversample Democrat voters.

    4- GOP leaning voters are the least likely to tell a pollster who they will actually vote for resulting in a natural undercount of GOP voters by 2-5%. This was evidenced in 2010 and in Wisconsin 2012.

    The media has a vested interest in pumping O'Bama's candidacy, many of them have, functionally (Matthews, Pelley, et al) swallowed O'Bama up to his ball sack, he's in with them til the end.

    This will be a bitter, ugly election. Expect to see E.J. Dionne, Paul Krugman, Chris Matthews, et al, go completely insane. Bark at the moon, unglued hysterics, freaking insane, they'll be all over it.

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    Default Re: How bad will O'Bama loose ?

    ...and here is why....

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...ue-for-romney/

    Obamacare is unconstitutional if it were to be enacted via the Commerce Clause, but not if it’s simply a tax, the justice wrote. “Because the Constitution permits such a tax, it is not our role to forbid it, or to pass upon its wisdom or fairness.”

    In so doing, Justice Roberts has just busted Campaign 2012 wide open. The high court’s ruling leaves in place 21 tax increases costing nearly $700 billion. Of those taxes, 12 would affect families earning less than $250,000 per year.

    Now that Obamacare’s penalty is a “tax,” not a “fee,” Mr. Obama is breaking a 2008 campaign pledge not to raise taxes on Americans earning less than $250,000. This new “tax” will hit across the economic spectrum, despite his campaign declaration that health care should “never be purchased with tax increase on middle-class families.” Now, Mr. Obama and congressional Democrats have enacted the largest tax increase in history.

    Chief Justice Roberts has given Mitt Romney a key attack: The president is a tax-and-spend liberal bent on expanding government to unprecedented levels. And the presumed Republican nominee knows it: “If we want to get rid of Obamacare, we’re going to have to replace President Obama,” he said from a rooftop in Washington overlooking the Capitol. “What the court did not do on its last day in session, I will do on my first day if elected president.”

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