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View Poll Results: who you voteing for Obama (D) , Romney (R) or Other
Obama (D) 224 63.46%
Romney (R) 62 17.56%
Other 67 18.98%
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post #1541 of 1735 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 03:22 PM
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Rubio/Rice is a perfect ticket, GOP needs to distance themselves from all of the crazies in the party.
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post #1542 of 1735 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 03:26 PM
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Re: Poll - Obama (D) vs Romney (R) - Vote

Rubio is the exact type of candidate they should distance themselves from
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post #1543 of 1735 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 05:47 PM
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You know what the saddest part is? The Democrat sheep in very Liberal states like New York will continue to vote for these nuts because they're incapable of independent thought.

EDIT- If they ARE capable of independent thought and they still vote for nuts like this then I don't want to meet those kind of people.

Credit to RAND PAUL for bringing this issue up on his Facebook page.
Michael Bloomberg is an independent who used to be republican.
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Re: Poll - Obama (D) vs Romney (R) - Vote

Did the GOP's mistreatment of Ron Paul supporters in the primary affect the result of the presidential election after all?



Honestly, even if Ron Paul had been treated fairly and with respect, I still wouldn't have voted for Romney. He's a liberal masquerading as a neo-con. Lose-lose no matter how he'd actually have ran things once in power.


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Well I'm sure they had to upset someone by picking a candidate.
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Michael Bloomberg is an independent who used to be republican.
He was a Democrat before that, and was only a Republican for six years. He's a Democrat posing as an Independent. Don't get it twisted.

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romney is a liberal?

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Re: Poll - Obama (D) vs Romney (R) - Vote

Having had the chance to think about this for the last few days...here's the three big reasons why Obama beat Romney...

1. ROMNEY WAS NOT A TRUE CONSERVATIVE AND WAS NOT AGGRESSIVE ENOUGH

People can criticize this all they want, but Romney is not a true conservative. He has a lot of moderate views and has moderated his views over the years. The idea, to me, of an election is to have two separate viewpoints and two completely different stances to choose from. Many here saw Obama and Romney really as one in the same. If there's not a lot of difference between the two, no point in voting for the other one. Many conservatives saw that and stayed home.

During the third debate, Romney seemed to back off. He didn't press on Benghazi and other issues he should have been hammering on. Some say he didn't want to be seen as a bully, but here was the chance to ask the POTUS the hard questions on a major diplomatic disaster and he backed off.

2. OBAMA CATERED TO HIS BASE, ROMNEY NOT SO MUCH

The idea of having to draw moderates to your viewpoint is BS in an election. First order of business is to rally your base and make sure they are involved. Obama never really moved to the center throughout the campaign. Everything he said and did was to fire up the Democratic/liberal/left-wing base that helped him gain victory in 2008.

Romney did nothing to really fire up the Republican/conservative/right-wing base. To me, an example was the Chick-Fil-A controversy. If he had weighed in and talked about the values of marriage plus the illegality of mayors and city officials forcing businesses out of their constituencies, he might have won more support from those who they thought was one of them.

3. OBAMA HAS THAT "IT" FACTOR

Obama may not be the best President, but he has that certain "it" that some politicians have. It makes you want to run through a wall just to vote for them. Folks like Kennedy and Reagan had it, people like Gore, McCain, and Romney did not. Sort of a cult of personality, if you will.

Now, where do the Republicans go from here? They need to find a way to relay their message about smaller government and fiscal responsibility. Plus, they also need to find a way to perhaps stop with the culture war shit.

They need to show they will be the party that will allow you to do your thing and give you more freedoms, unlike the Dems. Yes, states are voting for legalization of pot, but will it truly be legal if the feds have their way, for example. You have a country that bans all mention of "under God" in public, and right to religious freedoms are under attack. Not to mention our new national health care, which will not be as great as people think it will be once it takes affect and you see all the flaws, plus our taxes going through the roof to pay for it.

The Republicans don't need to be Democrat-lite, they just need to find a way to repackage their message and make sure that they point out everyone is welcome. If they don't, then it's going to be a rough road for them.



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Them basically becoming Libertarians would give them the best chance to win in 2016. The GOP in their current form is all but dead. They might win on the state level and in Congress, but they will never win the Presidency again if they don't change.

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3. OBAMA HAS THAT "IT" FACTOR

Obama may not be the best President, but he has that certain "it" that some politicians have. It makes you want to run through a wall just to vote for them. Folks like Kennedy and Reagan had it, people like Gore, McCain, and Romney did not. Sort of a cult of personality, if you will.

Now, where do the Republicans go from here? They need to find a way to relay their message about smaller government and fiscal responsibility. Plus, they also need to find a way to perhaps stop with the culture war shit.

They need to show they will be the party that will allow you to do your thing and give you more freedoms, unlike the Dems. Yes, states are voting for legalization of pot, but will it truly be legal if the feds have their way, for example. You have a country that bans all mention of "under God" in public, and right to religious freedoms are under attack. Not to mention our new national health care, which will not be as great as people think it will be once it takes affect and you see all the flaws, plus our taxes going through the roof to pay for it.

The Republicans don't need to be Democrat-lite, they just need to find a way to repackage their message and make sure that they point out everyone is welcome. If they don't, then it's going to be a rough road for them.
Agree with all of this plus run an anti-war, non-interventionist platform and it'd be perfect. Right now Obama is basically Bush on steroids regarding foreign policy. Time to use that against him instead of pulling a Romney and COMMENDING Obama's drone strikes.

Republicans want to cut foreign aid to nations that don't like us, something I imagine 80-90% of Americans would agree with when asked. I'm sure most would also agree we have no business nation building and funding civil wars abroad when our own economy is in the toilet. These were angles the GOP didn't utilize against Obama and that's a damn shame in my opinion.


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