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2012-10-01 10:28:24 AM  

Headso: If you got your news from mostly right wing media you come away with that perception apparently.


The Republican Bubble Trap Link

Boils down to "Don't get high on your own supply"
 
2012-10-01 10:28:40 AM  

Lost Thought 00: mrshowrules: Lost Thought 00: Obama's victory will be just slightly narrower than in 2008.

Hard to say. There hasn't been much Red state polling since Romney's campaign imploded. I still think he is going to lose slightly worse than McCain.

I could see that. I guess it relies upon MO flipping. I think we are 1 cycle shy of AZ flipping


I don't think MO is showing any signs of flipping. Hell, TODD AKIN is still competitive there. AZ however could be picked up in this election, if the poll showing Romney up by only 3 is correct.
 
2012-10-01 10:28:49 AM  

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Bush v. Gore

The reason why the polls are still close is because the data has to be manipulated so when voting fraud steals the election for Romney, the theft will look plausible. Plausible, not believable.

But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.



The funny thing would be that we probably WOULD have a Moon base for Newt to visit.
 
2012-10-01 10:30:10 AM  
If Romney fumbles the debates and his donations dry up, the election will certainly feel like a landslide in which all of the momentum goes Obama's way and never lets up. But we'll know with more certainty by next week.
 
2012-10-01 10:30:38 AM  
To all Obama supporters. Go vote for the guy... even if you are in Texas. He may not win Texas but maybe in the near future, if Dems keep voting in places like Texas then it may not be a solid red state anymore and the GOP will have to fight for it.

Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.
 
2012-10-01 10:30:42 AM  

vpb: Pocket Ninja: It will have proven that the extent to which ACORN and Planned Parenthood have infiltrated the electoral system was even more vast than previously feared, and that the bottom line is that with a complicit media and polls manipulated to serve DNC interests, elections no longer matter in this country. There will be challenges, of course, but they will be quashed by a Supreme Court betrayed into liberal hands by its Chief Justice, who remains free despite his outrageous treason and under progressive protection. But the real nightmare begins when George Soros steps from the shadows to claim his price for bankrolling this entire travesty. That 1000 years of darkness Chuck Norris was talking about? It begins that day, my friend. It begins that day, and God help us all.

1000 years of darkness should take care of global warming nicely.


it's not literal. it means 1000 yrs of rule by the darkies.
 
2012-10-01 10:31:37 AM  
Some people say that Karl Rove was a sex fiend in college, often participating in gay S&M parties while drunk and high on cocaine. What do you think?
 
2012-10-01 10:31:38 AM  

AeAe: I_C_Weener: No need to vote guys.  Election is over. Stay home.  This will be like voting on DWTS a day late..unnecessary.

Absolutely not. Romney's defeat has to be so complete and demoralizing that he kills Ann and himself Republicans accelerate the process of devouring their own.


FTFY
 
2012-10-01 10:31:49 AM  

stoli n coke: Maybe the powers that be in the party should think about putting up someone who isn't a daddy's boy aristocratic chicken hawk who never did an honest day's work in his life and made millions by screwing over the very people he claims to want to represent.


Maybe.

Maybe I'm a Chinese jet pilot.

This isn't going to get any easier next time. The base hated Romney. They think that Romney is losing because he's not conservative enough, and when he finally loses on election day, it will be a validation that they should have nominated someone more conservative, like Santorum.

The Santorum 2016 drumbeats will begin on Dec 27 (the Electoral college votes on the 26th, and I wouldn't be surprised if we had all sorts of court shenanigans until then). After that, the only thing that could save us is to have hardcore conservatives lose, and hard, in 2014.
 
2012-10-01 10:32:12 AM  

hugram: To all Obama supporters. Go vote for the guy... even if you are in Texas. He may not win Texas but maybe in the near future, if Dems keep voting in places like Texas then it may not be a solid red state anymore and the GOP will have to fight for it.

Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.


Don't be silly. This thing's in the bag. Voting is just stupid at this point. Save that for an election where it might matter.
 
2012-10-01 10:32:32 AM  

hugram: To all Obama supporters. Go vote for the guy... even if you are in Texas. He may not win Texas but maybe in the near future, if Dems keep voting in places like Texas then it may not be a solid red state anymore and the GOP will have to fight for it.

Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.


exactly

the only poll that matters is the one on election day done by casting ballots
 
2012-10-01 10:32:33 AM  

hugram: Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.


This cannot be said enough in the next 45 days.
 
2012-10-01 10:33:46 AM  

Lost Thought 00: Obama's victory will be just slightly narrower than in 2008.


Yeah, I'm thinking 332. Everything he got in 2008 minus North Carolina, Indiana and Omaha. He might get North Carolina too, hell, he might have a real blowout if Romney keeps sinking like he has the last month, but my money'd be on 332.
 
2012-10-01 10:34:16 AM  
He spends 6 months trying to convince America to tie Social Security to the stock market and then flies from Chicago to DC on a holiday weekend to sign unconstitutional legislation concerning a lady in a vegetative state?
 
2012-10-01 10:35:11 AM  

KarmicDisaster: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Bush v. Gore

The reason why the polls are still close is because the data has to be manipulated so when voting fraud steals the election for Romney, the theft will look plausible. Plausible, not believable.

But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.


The funny thing would be that we probably WOULD have a Moon base for Newt to visit.


Once President Gore tamed the mighty moon-worm, making it safe for habitation/colonization.

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-10-01 10:35:17 AM  

andrewagill: After that, the only thing that could save us is to have hardcore conservatives lose, and hard, in 2014.


Which won't happen. Best we can hope for there is a draw. Too much local organization on the right.
 
2012-10-01 10:35:40 AM  

Hobodeluxe: hugram: To all Obama supporters. Go vote for the guy... even if you are in Texas. He may not win Texas but maybe in the near future, if Dems keep voting in places like Texas then it may not be a solid red state anymore and the GOP will have to fight for it.

Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.

exactly

the only poll that matters is the one on election day done by casting ballots


This.
 
2012-10-01 10:35:47 AM  

gopher321: Great kid. Don't get cocky.


This.
 
2012-10-01 10:37:05 AM  

Hobodeluxe: vpb: Pocket Ninja: It will have proven that the extent to which ACORN and Planned Parenthood have infiltrated the electoral system was even more vast than previously feared, and that the bottom line is that with a complicit media and polls manipulated to serve DNC interests, elections no longer matter in this country. There will be challenges, of course, but they will be quashed by a Supreme Court betrayed into liberal hands by its Chief Justice, who remains free despite his outrageous treason and under progressive protection. But the real nightmare begins when George Soros steps from the shadows to claim his price for bankrolling this entire travesty. That 1000 years of darkness Chuck Norris was talking about? It begins that day, my friend. It begins that day, and God help us all.

1000 years of darkness should take care of global warming nicely.

it's not literal. it means 1000 yrs of rule by the darkies.


I think the US probably had only about 200 good years left. Norris paints a much rosier (albeit darker) picture of America's future.
 
2012-10-01 10:39:33 AM  

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Bush v. Gore

The reason why the polls are still close is because the data has to be manipulated so when voting fraud steals the election for Romney, the theft will look plausible. Plausible, not believable.

But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.


And since I blame Scalia and the SCOTUS for the original theft in 2000 (Bush v. Gore) I understand why Roberts sided with the winning side on the Obamacare decision. I hope I'm wrong but I figure Roberts caved on Obamacare, which can be removed via legislation, in order to "save" his corruption for giving the next presidential election to Romney and the conservatives.

I'm so jaded now...
 
2012-10-01 10:39:36 AM  

BMulligan: Obama will win, thank goodness, but it will be by no means a Reaganesque landslide. Somehow that demented old coot managed to take 49 states, something that no Democrat could ever do so long as the rest of us continue to tolerate shiatholes like Utah, Idaho, Alaska, Wyoming, and Texas, and Oklahoma, and Mississippi, and Alabama, and Tennessee, and Kentucky, and West Virginia.


You missed a few.
 
2012-10-01 10:40:32 AM  
thefabulous80s.files.wordpress.com

Reagan's landslide.

Not going to happen for Obama, thanks to the Great Derpening of America that started in the late 70s.
 
2012-10-01 10:41:27 AM  
What would it mean if it was a blowout instead of just a close victory? Nothing. Abso-farking-lutely nothing.

What would it mean if Democrats re-take the House and hold the Senate? 2 years of filibuster and nothing getting done at the federal level while conservatives continue their attacks on civil rights, the middle class and other things at the state level.
 
2012-10-01 10:41:55 AM  

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.


9-11 would have happened, and the response would have been the invasion of Afganistan and the TSA. There'd be no surplus but there'd be no Roberts nor a Citizens United.
 
2012-10-01 10:42:17 AM  

EyeballKid: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election those elections.

/ftfy

/Ohio '04 -- Never forget


Oh I will always remember coming home to the house I had just purchased the August before the elections, in a suburb just west of Cleveland, and being confused and angry when I turned on the television to see lines around the block in the poor black neighborhoods with people lined up to vote at intentionally understaffed and underequipped polling stations. See I had just come home from voting in my almost-all-white district, where they had more voting machines than they needed, and more polling workers than actual voters. There is a special place in hell for Ken Blackwell, and I hope his journey there is long and painful.
 
2012-10-01 10:43:24 AM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Bush v. Gore

The reason why the polls are still close is because the data has to be manipulated so when voting fraud steals the election for Romney, the theft will look plausible. Plausible, not believable.

But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.

And since I blame Scalia and the SCOTUS for the original theft in 2000 (Bush v. Gore) I understand why Roberts sided with the winning side on the Obamacare decision. I hope I'm wrong but I figure Roberts caved on Obamacare, which can be removed via legislation, in order to "save" his corruption for giving the next presidential election to Romney and the conservatives.

I'm so jaded now...


At some point you need to let go of Bush v. Gore. The fact Bush had the most votes in Florida in every count and recount and later media recount seems irrelevant to some of you.

Let it go.
 
2012-10-01 10:45:56 AM  

Edsel: Lost Thought 00: mrshowrules: Lost Thought 00: Obama's victory will be just slightly narrower than in 2008.

Hard to say. There hasn't been much Red state polling since Romney's campaign imploded. I still think he is going to lose slightly worse than McCain.

I could see that. I guess it relies upon MO flipping. I think we are 1 cycle shy of AZ flipping

I don't think MO is showing any signs of flipping. Hell, TODD AKIN is still competitive there. AZ however could be picked up in this election, if the poll showing Romney up by only 3 is correct.


MO is showing signs. And it really depends on the candidate.

Who the Dems and Repubs put up in 2016 is going to make a big difference in the red vs blue. If the Republicans try another whitebread candidacy, but the Democrats pick a legitimate Hispanic candidate to put on the ticket (meaning someone with the gravitas to pull it off)? I could see AZ and potentially Texas going blue. If the Dems pulled another Clinton-style candidate out, I could see the south-east turning more purple, while AZ stayed red (although Clinton even managed to flip AZ to blue for the only time in my lifetime). But if the Democrats put up a Kerry-style bland candidate, or another black candidate? I don't think it would flip any new states.

If the Republicans can get their act together and stop catering to the old white male bloc and intentionally alienating the growing minority blocs, it could be another story entirely. But I think that comes back to casting off the Religious Right as their primary platform, and so far, the leadership doesn't seem inclined to do that.

The question is, who were the stand-outs as potential candidates for 2016. I think Michelle would be a loss, I don't think Rubio has the charisma or chops to do it, I don't think Warren has the presence to pull it off, Christie would need to lose a lot of weight in the next two years and people tend to love or hate him, I don't see Hillary in the running, Booker isn't ready for prime time yet, Ryan is far too extreme right wing and uncompromising. I just haven't seen a strong candidate appear for 2016 consideration yet... which makes that election cycle all sorts of up in the air.
 
2012-10-01 10:46:29 AM  
This politics tab is a bubble that we're all living in. I was watching the Redskins game with a female friend of mine when the Obama commercial replaying Romney's 47% comments came on. She was farking appalled...but it was her first time hearing it. I think she is a closer representation of voters than any of us who spend a portion of the day looking for the latest Ronmey gaffe or Obama misstatement. Contrary to what we think, everyone doesn't watch cable news or read newspapers. A lot of the time, these election-changing events that we all salivate over are nothing more than a passing nugget to most people.
 
2012-10-01 10:48:24 AM  
I'll tell you one thing: it won't be a mandate. Because Democrats can't have those.
 
2012-10-01 10:49:14 AM  

Muta: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.

9-11 would have happened, and the response would have been the invasion of Afganistan and the TSA. There'd be no surplus but there'd be no Roberts nor a Citizens United.


I don't think Gore would have ignored Richard Clarke's warnings, but I guess we will never really know.
 
2012-10-01 10:50:54 AM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Bush v. Gore

The reason why the polls are still close is because the data has to be manipulated so when voting fraud steals the election for Romney, the theft will look plausible. Plausible, not believable.

But Bush v. Gore was unbelievable, too.

It almost makes me cry when I think of the America we would be living in if Bush hadn't stolen that election. No 9/11, no Iraq War, no TSA raping our children at the airport, no Fast and Furious (it was started by the Bush administration), billionaires paying their fair share, budget surpluses, no housing bubble collapse... I could go on, but it would only sadden me more.

And since I blame Scalia and the SCOTUS for the original theft in 2000 (Bush v. Gore) I understand why Roberts sided with the winning side on the Obamacare decision. I hope I'm wrong but I figure Roberts caved on Obamacare, which can be removed via legislation, in order to "save" his corruption for giving the next presidential election to Romney and the conservatives.

I'm so jaded now...


I still think that Roberts did it to garner support for Republicans, so they could win in November and overturn it completely via legislation.
 
2012-10-01 10:54:28 AM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I'll tell you one thing: it won't be a mandate. Because Democrats can't have those.


Yes they can... and they're faaaaabulous. It's the right wingers that can't unless it's an airport bathroom
 
2012-10-01 10:57:18 AM  

Doc Daneeka: Obama will likely win by a comfortable margin, but not a landslide.


Depends on the definition.

It's very possible Obama's margin of victory could be over 100 electoral votes, but in the national popular vote a double-digit percentage lead is pretty unlikely.
 
2012-10-01 11:00:37 AM  
Holder was then among the leaders of the Student Afro-American Society (SAAS), which demanded that the former ROTC office be renamed the "Malcolm X Lounge."

I love this sentence.
 
2012-10-01 11:04:06 AM  

poot_rootbeer: Doc Daneeka: Obama will likely win by a comfortable margin, but not a landslide.

Depends on the definition.

It's very possible Obama's margin of victory could be over 100 electoral votes, but in the national popular vote a double-digit percentage lead is pretty unlikely.


A 150-EV margin is possible. And not incredibly unlikely, although my money is on around Obama getting just over 330.
 
2012-10-01 11:04:32 AM  

odinsposse: On 538's Now Cast Obama is projected to get 338 electoral votes. In 2008 he got 365. So Mitt Romney is currently projected to outperform John McCain and it certainly isn't because of Romney's political acumen. It's solely because the GOP is going crazy and will vote for anyone with a R next to their name no matter what. They aren't going to get less crazy if Obama beats them again.


Anyone estimate the cost of one electoral vote in hard+soft money 2008 vs 2012.

I bet that shows some inflation.
 
2012-10-01 11:07:45 AM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I'll tell you one thing: it won't be a mandate. Because Democrats can't have those.


it's true; only republican men date other men. (in private, natch.)
 
2012-10-01 11:08:57 AM  

rudemix: but they are already wondering what it would mean when Obama wins in a Reaganesque landslide

Even more insanity and madness from the Right. Even if the GOP backs away from their insipid style of politics, how fast can their base? You can't just wind up stupid people convincing them Satan is about to destroy everything they love and hold dear if he wins the election, and then expect them to easily step back with you. Expect more violence, even more spittle filled rage stupidity, expect more far right idiots to come out of the woodwork to pander to the even more excruciatingly stupid and angry Right. It's going to be a hoot to watch.



Without them, what is the GOP? 20% of America?
 
2012-10-01 11:09:19 AM  

ghall3: hugram: Anyway, go vote for Obama even if you think he will win in a landslide.

This cannot be said enough in the next 45 days.


Already posted on my FB a link for my friends to go check their registration. This shiat is important, yo. Especially because I can't vote.
 
2012-10-01 11:10:14 AM  

The Jami Turman Fan Club: andrewagill: After that, the only thing that could save us is to have hardcore conservatives lose, and hard, in 2014.

Which won't happen. Best we can hope for there is a draw. Too much local organization on the right.


Then we'll see a return of something along the lines of the National Republican party of the 1820s-1830s, which was a force to reckon with in Congress but never won the presidency.

History is not terribly hopeful for the Republicans on this point. If they nominate a hardcore republican in 2016, they're probably going to lose. It is more or less at this point that they had better hope for a win in 2020, because if they don't, there are really only three examples of a party coming back after 16 years out of the presidency. One was following the Civil War, one was following the Great Depression/WWII, and one was, oddly enough, Mckinley/Roosevelt/Taft.
 
2012-10-01 11:12:22 AM  
Not that the liberal media e

Aaaand, stopped there.
 
2012-10-01 11:12:25 AM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: This politics tab is a bubble that we're all living in. I was watching the Redskins game with a female friend of mine when the Obama commercial replaying Romney's 47% comments came on. She was farking appalled...but it was her first time hearing it. I think she is a closer representation of voters than any of us who spend a portion of the day looking for the latest Ronmey gaffe or Obama misstatement. Contrary to what we think, everyone doesn't watch cable news or read newspapers. A lot of the time, these election-changing events that we all salivate over are nothing more than a passing nugget to most people.


This, precisely, is what I worry about.
 
2012-10-01 11:14:35 AM  
A Landslide is only possible if Stevie Nicks and Cocaine are reunited.
 
2012-10-01 11:15:29 AM  

EighthDay: although my money is on around Obama getting just over 330.


So, somewhere in between the now-cast and the nov. 6 forecast? Probably a good bet.
 
2012-10-01 11:20:05 AM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: EighthDay: although my money is on around Obama getting just over 330.

So, somewhere in between the now-cast and the nov. 6 forecast? Probably a good bet.


Closer to the Nowcast than the forecast. A month is a long time, but I think the 47% tape is still playing out and swinging over people.

And I'm sorry, but what little political discussion I have with others, there are a LOT of uninformed voters who can be swayed. While they may not be "undecided" in the polls, I think they're more easily swayed than those of us in the Politics tab give credit for.

I could see Obama getting over 340, but I think that's a long shot and I wouldn't bet money on it.
 
2012-10-01 11:24:12 AM  

NobleHam: Lost Thought 00: Obama's victory will be just slightly narrower than in 2008.

Yeah, I'm thinking 332. Everything he got in 2008 minus North Carolina, Indiana and Omaha. He might get North Carolina too, hell, he might have a real blowout if Romney keeps sinking like he has the last month, but my money'd be on 332.


I predicted 332 months ago. Still don't know which way North Carolina will go.
 
2012-10-01 11:24:58 AM  

EighthDay: I could see Obama getting over 340, but I think that's a long shot and I wouldn't bet money on it.


No way. Low 300's. Americans are too stupid. Over 340 would require reading, paying attention and/or a sense of personal responsibility for the responsibilities of modern society. Instead, we have droves upon droves of the Moran guy.
 
2012-10-01 11:30:09 AM  

EighthDay: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: EighthDay: although my money is on around Obama getting just over 330.

So, somewhere in between the now-cast and the nov. 6 forecast? Probably a good bet.

Closer to the Nowcast than the forecast. A month is a long time, but I think the 47% tape is still playing out and swinging over people.

And I'm sorry, but what little political discussion I have with others, there are a LOT of uninformed voters who can be swayed. While they may not be "undecided" in the polls, I think they're more easily swayed than those of us in the Politics tab give credit for.

I could see Obama getting over 340, but I think that's a long shot and I wouldn't bet money on it.


Obama currently has 347 today based if you include even tiny leads. Check "No-toss-ups" in Real Clear Politics which does poll averaging. Polls have margins of errors so this might not be true but 340 is far from unlikely.
 
2012-10-01 11:33:43 AM  

Epoch_Zero: EighthDay: I could see Obama getting over 340, but I think that's a long shot and I wouldn't bet money on it.

No way. Low 300's. Americans are too stupid. Over 340 would require reading, paying attention and/or a sense of personal responsibility for the responsibilities of modern society. Instead, we have droves upon droves of the Moran guy.


If he pulls all the states currently polling for him, which includes NC, he's at 347.

As mrshowrules points out, he's at 347 if you include every lead. Take out NC, where he's only very marginally in the lead, and he's at 332.

Which, not so coincidentally, is exactly where InTrade is projecting the EV college to fall.
 
2012-10-01 11:34:20 AM  
It'll mean Mitt wasn't conservative enough.
 
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