Skip to comments.Four Reasons Why Romney Might Still Win
Posted on 09/22/2012 8:15:43 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Can Romney possibly recover? A survey conducted between Sept. 12 and Sept. 16 by the Pew Research Center before the 47 percent victim video came to light showed Obama ahead of Romney 51% to 43% among likely voters.
Thats the biggest margin in the September survey prior to a presidential election since Bill Clinton led Bob Dole, 50% to 38% in 1996.
And, remember, this recent poll was done before America watched Romney belittle almost half the nation.
For the last several days Ive been deluged with calls from my inside-the-beltway friends telling me Romneys dead.
Hold it. Rumors of Romneys demise are premature for at least four reasons:
1. Between now and Election Day come two jobs reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics October 5 and November 2. If theyre as bad as the last report, showing only 96,000 jobs added in August (125,000 are needed just to keep up with population growth) and the lowest percentage of employed adults since 1981, Romneys claim the economy is off track becomes more credible, and Obamas that its on the mend harder to defend....
(Excerpt) Read more at businessinsider.com ...
and can you imagine if the September jobs report is a negative number? like a loss of 15,000 jobs? can’t blame it on Bush or the video tape this time.
Apparently the “people” don’t care about little things like the unemployment rate and high gas prices.
And the GOP doesn’t care about winning the presidential election. That’s why they selected Romney.
And they sure as hell don’t care about conservatives.
What is all this “might” win business? It’s freakin September and every poll worth anything has the race fairly close..,
Romney is going to win.
I just read this where someone was explaining why Romney will win. If these are accurate I don’t see how Obama can win.
2010 election beatdown.
The 2012 Recall of WI Gov. Walker.
2012 Chick-fil-A boycott.
37.1% registered Republican voters to 33.3% registered Democratic voters.
Double digit lead of Independent voters for Romney.
Undecideds always break hard against the incumbent. Right now it’s Obama 46% and Romney 46% so really it’s Romney 54% and Obama 46%.
Also, here’s a pretty interesting video of Bishop E.W. Jackson asking Christians and Jews to withdraw from the Democratic Party.
Good. Let the Libs be overconfident and stay home on Election day.
depressing democratic turnout is a nice way of saying not counting the votes of the dead and the illegal
Romney doesn’t need to recover. He’s going to win and he’s going to win big.
Who is this Business Insider. I tell “him” off at least once a week on Facebook. Complete tool.
1. The economy.
2. The debt.
3. The Islamists.
4. And, bottom line: 53 percent defeats 47 percent..
Yeah, but win what?
He has two options and two alone (and I hope he learned from Bush's experience). Win it and go on a firing spree. Entire federal agencies need cleaned out if not abandoned altogether. Our own "government" is against its own producing citizens at this point. It is feral and parasitic as is 47% of the body Republic.
If Romney and the GOP want to succeed, they will fire the lefts hand maidens at every opportunity. Otherwise, it will be like Bush and backstabbing will occur at every turn from every agency.
Reich asks “And what about those Diebold voting machines?”
I’m always amused when I see both sides are paranoid about the same things!
This was a pretty funny article, a strange mix of sensible thoughts and extreme partisan hackery.
Just as the administration clings so tightly to the “offensive movie”, they have to cling to this supposed “gaffe”. The difference is that their clinging to the movie has actually sparked riots/destruction/murder....clinging to the “gaffe” has not damaged Romney except in places/minds where he was already damaged goods.
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