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  • galantfoxjr galantfoxjr Nov 10, 2012 6:20 AM Flag

    Just before the first debate I predicted that Obama would win by over 100 electoral votes


    Before you get too cocky just remember that Obama won because he won the swing states where many of the voters up to the last minute were undecided who they were going to vote for. Many of these voters just bit the bullet and voted for 'the lesser of two evils', hardly a mandate for Obama to continue with his socialist policies. That included me who lives in Virginia, one of the swing states. Personally I am not all impressed with Obama's first term performance. He is steering America into an entitlement society where large numbers of people are supported by government hand-outs and the federal deficit zooms out of sight. If Obama and the Democratic party continue with these socialist policies, they will wreck the entire economy. Stop crowing you nitwit. There is nothing to crow about.

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    • I think that accuracy in predictions IS something to crow about. I'm not at all crowing though about Obama winning per se as I continue to think that he's the second-worst President to win a second term. Nevertheless, he got my vote this time because of the lesser of evil factor. Romney showed me he was no leader when he didn't fight to have the onerous non-abortion plank removed even after he made a big stink over Congressman Akin's comments. True to form, the Mormon flip-flopper tried to have it both ways including the vote of the wacky religious right. His remarks about getting rid of Bernanke should he win also prompted me to vote for a Democrat in a Presidential election for only the second time in my life.

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