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#27 Nov 07 2012 at 9:08 AM Rating: Decent
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Interestingly, Obama cleaned up the Asian vote. Are they still mad at the Republicans for that whole Lincoln railroad thing or what?

Well, since they learned that Alabama Blacksnake is not too motherfucking beaucoup, they've had a different opinion of soul brothers.
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The real question is whether or not you liberal whites and women actually think he'll do any better with the economy.

I think the economy will get better regardless of who is in office and Obama will leave office with a stronger economy, more minority voters, a bluer Virginia and a bluer North Carolina and you should be very afraid Smiley: smile
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#29 Nov 07 2012 at 9:24 AM Rating: Excellent
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Let's face it hard working white men just don't stand a chance against the growing minorities and welfare recipients.
Lucky for you you're not hard working or a man. Smiley: smile
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The real question is whether or not you liberal whites and women actually think he'll do any better with the economy.

I think the economy will get better regardless of who is in office and Obama will leave office with a stronger economy, more minority voters, a bluer Virginia and a bluer North Carolina and you should be very afraid Smiley: smile

Just curious, what do you base the economic prediction on, Joph? I foresee some tough times early on, especially as the EU figures out what the **** to do with their problems; but given the cyclical nature of economic swings, and the positive progress that's being (slowly) made, I agree that the economy in 4 years will be better than now. You thinking the same way, or have some other insight?
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#33 Nov 07 2012 at 9:37 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah, that has nothing to do with Europe reporting about their recession at all. Smiley: laugh
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No, much the same. We're on an upward slope and things are cyclical. Many indicators are up and, while I'm not predicting boom times in the near future, I think our trajectory is a positive one.

I'm not making any hard predictions here and I guess the government can manage to dork it up but I expect the scene to be a lot brighter in 2016 than it is now and Democrats to run on that progress.
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Stocks plunge 200 pts at open


We're headed for 12% unemployment and over 20% real unemployment.

Businesses are going to save every possible penny in fear of the implementation of obamacare next year.

Good thing I don't invest in the dollar.

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#37 Nov 07 2012 at 9:45 AM Rating: Excellent
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I personally want to congratulate the crazyvarusX clones on this victory. If it wasn't for their staunch liberalism and their constant tactics of making conservatives look bad with over the top conspiracies and pretend hate, Obama would have never won.
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#38 Nov 07 2012 at 9:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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4 more years of blaming bush Obama.


Can't wait to hear about it. Smiley: smile

Jophiel wrote:
Interestingly, Obama cleaned up the Asian vote. Are they still mad at the Republicans for that whole Lincoln railroad thing or what?


It's the new wave of Chinese migrants bringing Communism to the states! Smiley: tinfoilhat
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#39 Nov 07 2012 at 10:10 AM Rating: Good
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The Republican party needs to do some soul searching. I find some of the comments this morning very odd indeed. "We lost because we were to moderate", "Romney wasn't conservative enough". Only 1 comment on 3 news sites that Ive read today on the real issue, "the Republican party is out of touch with America."

In all honesty this party is going backwards at a shocking pace. Their policies, their positions, their people. I would not at all be surprised when the house flips in a couple years, and with another Dem President taking the helm in 2016. Until the Republican party gets off the train to crazy town anyway. At this rate Ron Paul looks more and more sane every day.
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The "Romney wasn't a real conservative" argument, while flawed, is at least more sane than the people trying to blame hurricane Sandy or a walk on the beach with Chris Christie for a 332-206 loss.
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Chris Christie caused Sandy for Obama. That's the only sane argument.
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#42 Nov 07 2012 at 10:34 AM Rating: Excellent
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The Republican party needs to do some soul searching. I find some of the comments this morning very odd indeed. "We lost because we were to moderate", "Romney wasn't conservative enough". Only 1 comment on 3 news sites that Ive read today on the real issue, "the Republican party is out of touch with America."

In all honesty this party is going backwards at a shocking pace. Their policies, their positions, their people. I would not at all be surprised when the house flips in a couple years, and with another Dem President taking the helm in 2016. Until the Republican party gets off the train to crazy town anyway. At this rate Ron Paul looks more and more sane every day.


I'm not sure about out of touch, but there's definitely groups in the party, well any party really, that make it unpalatable to others. Christian right, environmentalists, etc. etc.

I kind of saw this election as the pendulum swinging back to the center a little. 2008 swept the Democrats into power in a big way, but they we're father left than the average person, so 2 years later you get the tea party and a lot of Republican upsets. Now in 2012 we're deciding that's not really the answer either, and moving back closer to the middle. Briefly at least, before someone gives it a push in another direction. Smiley: rolleyes

Romney as a moderate is fine, but goodness yes certainly you have to silence the crazies a bit. It doesn't do either party any good to have their fringe dictating policy to that degree.
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Chris Christie caused Sandy for Obama. That's the only sane argument.


Sure maybe if the opinion was being oversampled.
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No, much the same. We're on an upward slope and things are cyclical. Many indicators are up and, while I'm not predicting boom times in the near future, I think our trajectory is a positive one.


I, and mathematics, disagree. The current trajectory is to mirror Europe's failing austerity policy, Obama shows no signs of moving away from that meaningfully. Bernake seems to be starting to get it, but he's about out of things he can do other than dropping $100 bills from airplanes over populated areas. The *current* trajectory stalls in about 18 months without additional stimulus support. Maybe that'll happen, but I wouldn't count on it. I'd expect the GOP to fairly trivially pick up the Senate in 14. Obviously that's a LONG time from now and predicting virtually anything more than a few days ahead of time is established to be functionally impossible, but it's still fun to think about.
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Why would Jophiel pay for pizza? He can just use his Obama phone, and call in for free pizza.
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Romney as a moderate is fine

I don't know if the right people even thought of him as moderate. You have conservatives who think he was too moderate and moderates who think he was too conservative. The lead up narrative kept talking about "independents" going for Romney but a lot of them were Tea Party defections from the GOP who call themselves independent. The actual ideological "moderate" vote broke heavily for Obama (56-41 per CNN).

Maybe that Etch-A-Sketch proved more resilient to shaking than Team Romney thought.
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I, and mathematics, disagree.

Well, in a couple years if I'm right, I'll have both more money AND a reason to gloat. Win!
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#48 Nov 07 2012 at 10:49 AM Rating: Excellent
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Romney didn't run a perfect campaign, but the demographics are not good for the GOP for Presidential elections. If dark skinned fellows turn out the Democrats win the next ten elections unless the GOP moderates it's positions on immigration and other issues. You can't be the party of old white guys and win in places like Colorado and Virginia and Ohio anymore.

One of the pundits last night said that when young people (18-29) vote the same way in 3 consecutive elections, which they now have, they end up voting that way for life. And so that generation is lost to the GOP forever.

I have no idea how much truth there is to that, but it made the other pundits get all flustered and deny it.

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Not ALL young people!

White kids riot after Obama victory.
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Kids in Mississippi used racial slurs? That is impossible. Clearly the media bias is strong in that article.
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#51 Nov 07 2012 at 10:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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Maybe that Etch-A-Sketch proved more resilient to shaking than Team Romney thought.


I think so.

Something along the lines of the rhetoric moving too far to the right during the primaries; because of that there was no real way to get back to the center in time for the general election. Or maybe just the overall exposure to the more conservative dialog during the primaries was a put off. We did have to listen to months of it, and a lot of it was stuff a moderate wouldn't care for. I know the collective memory doesn't run very far into the past, but yeah, perhaps a bit too much for a bit too long?
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