In all honesty, I don't think the Republicans want to win this time. I think people are planning for a wide open race for both parties in 2016.
I think Romney wins Florida, NC, Virginia, and Colorado.
He is going to have to find a way to win Ohio, Penn, or one of those swing north midwest states(Michigan, Iowa, Wisc). Even if I give him Nevada and New Hampshire, it isnt enough without one of those other states. Iowa needs to come through.
Also, California ****s everything up. 55 electoral votes for those ****ing pansy ass, tree hugging, liberal, *******.
Here's a link to the full chart (the data is nine years old, but it still proves the point):
Last edited by TheWalrus; 11-04-2012 at 01:42 AM.
Stop making god awful posts. Your "facts" suck and the numbers are spun until they reinforce your own predetermined bias. You dont use statics to discover the truth of a matter, you use it to make up new lies. Some people, myself included, use education as a sword to cut through myths, conjecture, and lies to get to the facts of an issue and build an opinion based upon those facts. You clearly you use it as a shield for your own ignorance.
You took a giant dump in this thread, derailing it from what i would consider a decent purpose(which apparently you agree with because you keep suggesting your prediction for an Obama reelection). Its not enough that you make 18 new threads a day about new "facts" but you also feel the need to leap into topics that have nothing to do with what your trying to say and attempt to change the conversation. Stop doing that.
I would ask what your prediction is but i already know: Obama wins 50 states, Romney 0. Obama wins every single point of the popular vote and goes onto win another Nobel Peace Prize while Romney sulks off to go live as a homeless beggar. Obama is on hand to celebrate the Miami Dolphins superbowl victory for their undefeated season this coming June, despite the fact that Miami has already lost 3 games.