Obama fuckin' wins by default, doesn't he?

Neckbeard

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Between Bachmann, Perry and now Herman Cain melting down with the sex scandals and the complete ignorance on Libya and the Arab Spring...

Obama wins by default, right?

I don't see how Romney can beat Obama. He's a Republican John Kerry, if Kerry didn't have honorable military service.

I thought this election was supposed to be really, really important? Why is the GOP offering a bunch of dumbbells?
 

afternoonquil

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Between Bachmann, Perry and now Herman Cain melting down with the sex scandals and the complete ignorance on Libya and the Arab Spring...

Obama wins by default, right?

I don't see how Romney can beat Obama. He's a Republican John Kerry, if Kerry didn't have honorable military service.

I thought this election was supposed to be really, really important? Why is the GOP offering a bunch of dumbbells?
Blame the Commiefied pinko faggotized liberal state run media with their KGB-esque propaganda-ing and their constant sullying of the conservatives and brainwashing of the minorities, handicapped and other scalliwags.

Honestly, the ghetto people sympathizing Dem'okratz want this to be Soviet Union 2.

I'm moving to the Pitcairn Islands, I just need to get satellite internet so I can shred homos on modern warfare 3.
 

CousinDave

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Are you better off now than you were 4 years ago?
 

Begbie

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Are you better off now than you were 4 years ago?
No. Question is, would I have been any better off with McCain/Palin? And the answer is also no. On the other hand...had they won, Obama would run in 2012 and likely win.
 

JonBenetRamsey

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No. Question is, would I have been any better off with McCain/Palin? And the answer is also no. On the other hand...had they won, Obama would run in 2012 and likely win.
exactly. the party being handed the shit storm that are the current problems in america would lose the next election.
 

CousinDave

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exactly. the party being handed the shit storm that are the current problems in america would lose the next election.

if you take credit for the rain you're going to get blamed for the the drought and if you promise the rain there better not be a drought

IN 2007 the Democrat party engineered a recession so they would win the White House, but as the Dems are now learning its a hell of a lot easier to damage the economy than it is to force and economic recovery

Hopefully this will be a lesson for the politicians in both parties to not pull this kind of shit in the future - although I don't have any faith in either party to ever do the right thing.


The party in power is always going to get blamed for a bad economy
 

Falldog

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So we can go ahead and blame the GOP for sabotaging the economy now then?
 

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In terms of electability, Romney > Gingrich. But, I don't think Newt is unelectable.

I can live with either.
 

jnoble

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The idea that, if nominated, Romney or Cain or Perry or even Newt would automatically lose to the arrogant disaster that is the Obama Regime is silly. Yes, Team O is going to have pretty much the entire American media playing defense for him and trying to do their best to dig up as much dirt as possible on the Republicans, but barring a major turnaround in the economy in the next year and/or compromising pics of the Republican nominee, Obama would lose to almost any of them as things stand. His numbers and record are that dire.
 

CousinDave

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So we can go ahead and blame the GOP for sabotaging the economy now then?

In some election cycles I would entertain the thought as a possibility, but not this time, because most of the governors and state legislatures are Republicans and they would rather stay in power even if it means a Democrat POTUS, as it is the weak economy hurts them as much as it does Little Barry, but they're going to benefit from straight ticket voting against Barry, so that's going to be a wash for them, besides things got worse while Barry and the Dems had complete control of the National gov't.

Keep in mind under employed people tend to be much angrier than unemployed people who are collecting and there are a hell of a lot more under employed people than anyone wants to admit - these people are having to work a lot harder for less money than they were making 2006.
 

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The worst part is that Obama will be a two-term president, and people will think that it's because he was popular or skilled, and not just because the Republicans utterly failed to come up with even one electable candidate.
 

Josh_R

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The worst part is that Obama will be a two-term president, and people will think that it's because he was popular or skilled, and not just because the Republicans utterly failed to come up with even one electable candidate.
They are getting pretty good at that.