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GBMelBlount 01-24-2008 08:38 PM

Romney ahead in FL
 
In the Rasmussen poll and another poll, Romney is ahead of McCain by 4 points in Fl. Although Romneys resume is the best overall imo, I think McCain, being more liberal, may have a better shot of beating the democratic candidate....

HometownGal 01-24-2008 09:03 PM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
I'm not much for believing in polls, Tom, as a lot of the time, they're wrong. I worked for the woman who is now our Lt. Governor in PA and when she was running for State Treasurer in the late 80's and on the eve before election day, she was behind in most polls anywhere from 20-30 points and ended up obliterating her opponent (G. Davis Greene, who was former Governor Casey's hand-picked choice) and was elected as our State Treasurer for two successive terms. Remember the straw polls in the 2004 Presidential election? They were as wrong as wrong could be.

If Rudy doesn't make it, I am going to support Romney as I do not trust McCain at all after his fence-riding between W and Kerry during their 2004 campaigns which totally turned me off. However - if Bitchary wins the Demo nomination, I will support whoever wins the GOP nomination.

SteelCityMan786 01-24-2008 09:06 PM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by HometownGal (Post 360176)
I'm not much for believing in polls, Tom, as a lot of the time, they're wrong. I worked for the woman who is now our Lt. Governor in PA and when she was running for State Treasurer in the late 80's and on the eve before election day, she was behind in most polls anywhere from 20-30 points and ended up obliterating her opponent (G. Davis Greene, who was former Governor Casey's hand-picked choice) and was elected as our State Treasurer for two successive terms. Remember the straw polls in the 2004 Presidential election? They were as wrong as wrong could be.

If Rudy doesn't make it, I am going to support Romney as I do not trust McCain at all after his fence-riding between W and Kerry during their 2004 campaigns which totally turned me off. However - if Bitchary wins the Demo nomination, I will support whoever wins the GOP nomination.

At this rate, Billary will end up there. I hope brack gets the Demys. John or Rudy(in a comeback fashion) win the GOP.

Borski 01-24-2008 09:35 PM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
I don't trust polls, but Romney gets my vote. Although, (imo) I don't think either Rudy or McCain would make a good president, I do hope one of them would be willing to settle for VP, I think the best ticket against the Democrats would be either Romney/Guliani or Romney/McCain.

Although if I had to chose a democrat to be president it would be Barack, I actually think he would be harder to beat then Clinton...

GBMelBlount 01-24-2008 09:43 PM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SteelCityMan786 (Post 360180)
At this rate, Billary will end up there. I hope brack gets the Demys.

I completely agree, No matter what though, I will never count Hillary out until the house falls on her and her socks roll up.

Jeremy 01-25-2008 07:32 AM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
See my signature to see why I won't vote for Mitt Romney.

GBMelBlount 01-25-2008 08:03 AM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeremy (Post 360290)
See my signature to see why I won't vote for Mitt Romney.

There are alot of "smart" direlects out there. Romney has results. Romney graduated from both Harvard law school AND Harvard business school plus has a good track record in both the public AND private sector. Perhaps you are smarter than Romney though I highly doubt it, but I highly doubt your resume of achievements will compare it to MItt's.

Also, you may want to correct your signature, it is grammatically incorrect.

Finally, as always, thank you for your service!

Jeremy 01-25-2008 08:15 AM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by GBMelBlount (Post 360304)
There are alot of "smart" direlects out there. Romney has results. Romney graduated from both Harvard law school AND Harvard business school plus has a good track record in both the public AND private sector. Perhaps you are smarter than Romney though I highly doubt it, but I highly doubt your resume of achievements will compare it to MItt's.

Also, you may want to correct your signature, it is grammatically incorrect.

Finally, as always, thank you for your service!

Well then you got the joke.

TroysBadDawg 01-25-2008 09:31 AM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by GBMelBlount (Post 360199)
I completely agree, No matter what though, I will never count Hillary out until the house falls on her and her socks roll up.

Awww we should just throw a bucket of water on her and watch her fizzle away, hopefully.

Then we can sing:

Ding dong, the bitch been bed, the wicked bitch. What?.... it is supposed to be witch? Ooops sorry.

revefsreleets 01-26-2008 05:20 PM

Re: Romney ahead in FL
 
Old Hill knows how to win now: Just whip up a few croc tears and the voters will turn out in droves.

I still have McCain. Yeah, yeah, he's had some strange bedfellows, but I want a guy who can reach across the aisle to get things done. He is also kicking ass in the mid-moderate to moderate conservative demo. SC is about as conservative as it gets, and he polled well across all the demo's except the extreme right ditto-head vote.


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