View Poll Results: Does Mitt's history as a prankster mean he's a bad president-to-be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTO13 View Post
    Ummmmmmm...I'll take a shot. It is so hard to even begin to figure out. Who could it be? Damn, I just can't be too sure, but possibly, maybe, could it be...Obama.
    And if I were raised as a rich snob, I'd probably vote for Romney. Just because I say I don't like or pay much attention to politics doesn't mean I don't know anything about it. Remember that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Melyssa K" Kennedy View Post
    And if I were raised as a rich snob, I'd probably vote for Romney. Just because I say I don't like or pay much attention to politics doesn't mean I don't know anything about it. Remember that.
    Rich snobs like Romney huh? That's odd... cause if my memory serves me right...and I am pretty fucking sure it does, 99% of Hollywood has given to Obama campaign fund raisers (ever see the list??, it's big), he has had $30,000 per plate functions, he took in record amounts from Wallstreet, John Corzine even endorsed him. Luckily, these poor bastards aren't considered rich. If they were I may be able to make a point. It escapes me though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTO13 View Post
    Rich snobs like Romney huh? That's odd... cause if my memory serves me right...and I am pretty fucking sure it does, 99% of Hollywood has given to Obama campaign fund raisers (ever see the list??, it's big), he has had $30,000 per plate functions, he took in record amounts from Wallstreet, John Corzine even endorsed him. Luckily, these poor bastards aren't considered rich. If they were I may be able to make a point. It escapes me though.
    Oh sweet pea... Romney had what the whole week fundraiser thingy in Utah ( I believe) and just to attend a crazy amount just ridiculous. Pretty sure Romney ALSO had $30,000 per plate functions too. They all do. Think about how much the Koch brothers gave to Romney. I really don't agree with you on the Wallstreet at all. Yeah sure maybe some did but ALOT more went to Romney. Who the hell is John Corzine? But anyways good for him for endorsing Obama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTO13 View Post
    Rich snobs like Romney huh? That's odd... cause if my memory serves me right...and I am pretty fucking sure it does, 99% of Hollywood has given to Obama campaign fund raisers (ever see the list??, it's big), he has had $30,000 per plate functions, he took in record amounts from Wallstreet, John Corzine even endorsed him. Luckily, these poor bastards aren't considered rich. If they were I may be able to make a point. It escapes me though.
    I didn't say all rich snobs support Obama. There you go, putting words in my mouth again. Also, I used the word "probably," which you ignored. Not all rich snobs support Romney, but most of the Romney supporters are likely rich snobs. I have not researched it, so I can not say for sure; I've been studying for my exams instead.
    I said, "Hi, Greg. I'm the creepy girl." He chuckled, then wanted a handshake and I gave it. I wanted a hug and he gave it. One of his sons was there, too. Cute. Then Pete got him to autograph my sign for me because I was too polite to ask myself since he was on his way to eat. Pete also took this of photo of him holding it. - 8/2/2014.
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    What are you studying?

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    On a related note, I have been studying so much French, je pense en français maintenant. Oops, I mean I'm even thinking in French. Je suis desolée. Oops, I mean sorry. Vous comprendez? Oops, I mean "get it?"
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    My favorite polling blog Five Thirty Eight has Obama taking 314.4 electoral votes to Romney's 223.6: which would give Obama a 91.4% chance of winning tomorrow. They also have the dem's taking the senate 52.5-47.5.

    Perhaps this race isn't quite as close as we've believed.

    http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/
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    Oh ho, ha ha! That's funny!
    I don't even have to look at your link, Jackknife, to know that it's by the NY Times. Ha ha ha, hoo hoo hoo! To think: fair reporting by the NY TIMES! Ha ha, ho ho , hee hee! What a joke! In the NY Times, there has never been a fair report since its conception. Just like Fox News. Absurdity. To think that a liberal newspaper could provide honest stats! Oh, thank goodness for the education system known as LIFE; as thanks to life, those sillie willies who think the NY Times, the Boston Globe, or the Chicago Anything mean something can be educated! Whoo, Jackknife, you cracked me up GOOD there. Hoo hoo hoo!
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    I can assure you that the irony of a 16 year old trying to use "life experience" as an argument is not lost on me.

    The site's methodology is based on polling aggregation - they're not the ones going out and doing the polling themselves: it's a rather complex process of ranking/balancing various regional polls and then compiling the data.

    The only swing state (according to 538) that seems to be in question is Florida with Obama leading by an average of 52% to Romeny's 48%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacknife737 View Post
    My favorite polling blog Five Thirty Eight has Obama taking 314.4 electoral votes to Romney's 223.6: which would give Obama a 91.4% chance of winning tomorrow. They also have the dem's taking the senate 52.5-47.5.

    Perhaps this race isn't quite as close as we've believed.

    http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/
    The thing is, the Gallup polls and Rasmussen reports have historically been the most accurate in terms of the presidential election, and they both report a very, very tight race - 1% difference between the two. It's really going to come down to who of those polled actually goes out and votes, plus the undecideds (I'm seeing a few just on my FB who are trying to decide today who to vote for... scary). I've seen things from CNN and NY Times and other more liberal news sources showing Obama with a clear sweep, and I wish they were accurate... but I'm going with the tried and true, historically accurate reports, which show a close one. People are already predicting that this will go on for weeks still, with recounts, lawyers, and courts.
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