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    Will Obama Be Re-elected?

    I believe Obama will most likely be re-elected as a result of the minorites and white liberals all voting in one monolithic block like last time, along with the deep pockets of the Democratic party in addition to a rather...liberal amount of voter fraud.
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    Yes but only because the Republicans have put forward such pathetic and horrible candidates, except Ron Paul who is unlikely to win anyway. Even George Bush could get re-elected against the three stooges Romney, Gingrich and Santorum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Weigelt View Post
    I believe Obama will most likely be re-elected as a result of the minorites and white liberals all voting in one monolithic block like last time, along with the deep pockets of the Democratic party in addition to a rather...liberal amount of voter fraud.
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    We already see the Media attempting to put the worst candidate in the lead and run interference for the Democrats by supporting Mit Romney.

    Personally though I will vote for any alternative to the current Dictator.

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    Last year i would have said he has no chance with how useless he is and how much people don't like him. Though no one sees anyone who is much better and the majority I talk to don't seem to know what to do. So most will probably vote him back in for a lack of knowing what else to do. Hopefully I'm wrong and he gets voted out, but people are stupid so good chance he will get another term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Weigelt View Post
    I believe Obama will most likely be re-elected as a result of the minorites and white liberals all voting in one monolithic block like last time, along with the deep pockets of the Democratic party in addition to a rather...liberal amount of voter fraud.
    We're not there yet, but Republicans have to pull a fair number of voters from one of two groups which often vote Democrat: fiscally conservative/socially moderate educated voters, or lower income/culturally conservative whites.

    Gingrich & Santorum would find it nearly impossible to pull voters from the former, and Romney will have trouble winning the latter.

    Obama will easily win all of the northeast, west coast, and Illinois.

    Obama has no chance of winning any state he did not win last time. The only slight chances would be Arizona (without McCain on the ballot this time) or Missouri (where he almost won last time) if the Republicans put up a particularly bad candidate.

    Indiana is a generally conservative state, and Obama will have a hard time winning it a 2nd time.

    The southern states won by Obama last time (Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida) contain a lot of suburban voters similar to northern voters. Gingrich and Santorum would be the best positioned to win these states by increasing their margin amongst southerners, though it is possible Romney or Paul could win these states as well.

    In New England, Romney and Paul have a good chance of winning New Hampshire, but Gingrich and Santorum would not.

    Ron Paul would have a fair chance of winning rural northern states which usually vote Democratic like Maine and Oregon. The other candidates would not.

    In the southwest, Romney and Paul would have a good chance to win back states won by Obama: Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico, since Paul does well in rural western states, and Nevada has lots of Mormons. Santorum & Gingrich would struggle in these states and very likely not win them.

    The midwest has been a battleground, often leaning to Democrats, but lately tilting more towards Republicans. All of the candidates would have a shot at winning Ohio & Pennsylvania, since they have both social conservative elements where Gingrich & Santorum run strong, as well as suburbanites (Romney does well in these voters) and rural northerners (Paul does well amongst these voters). Romney and Paul also have a chance to win other midwestern states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, Gingrich would not. Illinois is out of the question due to Chicago being so dominant in the state.
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    Even if Obama doesn't win ... what's the alternative? Yes, I despise Obama. But the honest truth is, we are screwed no matter what. The right and the left ... there's no difference. It's not like so-called Conservatives of today care about any of the real issues. They're actually NOT Conservative at all. They are democrats disguised as Conservatives. BOTH sides are infested with jews. They are pulling the strings. And i'm sure they already know who will be winning the election. I'm pretty sure we will see Obama's disgusting face for another 4 years. Though i'm not a libertarian, anything short of Ron Paul is failure.
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    I believe he will be re-elected in a land slide. He seems to have a lot of popular support from moderate to liberal whites particularly women in those groups. Also, almost 100% support from the rising population of Hispanic and the rank and file black voters. I will not be voting again either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralf Rossa View Post
    Depends if the jews want him re-elected, pure and simple.
    They run both parties, so I don't think they care either way.

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    Yes. An incumbent has a massive advantage.

    I suspect Republican politicians who have a chance at being president someday are sitting this one out and waiting for 2016 rather than acquire the stigma of defeat.

    Swordofthevistula is right - the GOP gains victory when a candidate pleases both the "values voters" and the fiscal conservatives. The rub is that the candidates favored by the "values voters" (Palin, Santorum, et al) tend to scare off moderates, swing voters, and libertarians.

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