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Old 10-28-2012, 01:16 PM   #261
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figured so, i had a few to drink myself lol, and having some hair of the dog right now

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Just as Hurricane Sandy makes landfall and devastates large portions of New Jersey, Republican Governor Chris Christie praises Obama's leadership (from the NY Times Liveblog):

‘Mr. Christie said Mr. Obama had called to make sure he had everything needed from the federal government and left a number to call him directly at the White House should any unmet needs arise.
“I appreciate that call from the president,” Mr. Christie said. “It was very proactive. I appreciate that kind of leadership.”
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With power out and transportation down in large areas of the Northeast, no subway service and no expectations of things being back to normal by next Tues, I'd say Obama just lost millions of blue country votes.
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With power out and transportation down in large areas of the Northeast, no subway service and no expectations of things being back to normal by next Tues, I'd say Obama just lost millions of blue country votes.
The next week will all be about the federal government responding to tragedy. It will also be about Romney being on record as against the federal government responding to tragedy.
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People won't have power to watch tee-vee

Wait till the the looting starts
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This might come up as well

Just like clockwork all the global warming doomers have their panties in a wad over Sandy. Anytime they see some weather they don't like they trot out "global warming caused this"...

too hot - global warming
too cold - global warming
too much rain - global warming
not enough rain - global warming

We haven't had a cane here in FL for 6 years, NE has seen 2. - that's change i can support


Hurricane Cycles

Meteorologists have noted that hurricane seasons run in alternating cycles of active and less active seasons. These cycles last from 25 to 40 years.

Active seasons are thought to be triggered by the concentration of salt in ocean water. When the salt content is higher, the water is warmer and more hurricanes form.

Meteorologists believe that a cycle of active seasons started in 1995 and could continue for another 15 to 30 years.

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With power out and transportation down in large areas of the Northeast, no subway service and no expectations of things being back to normal by next Tues, I'd say Obama just lost millions of blue country votes.
That really doesn't make a lot of difference. All depends on how the electoral college votes. And NY, NJ, NH, RI, PA, and WV are all states where electors are not bound to any pledge or political party. Just keep that in mind before you get all excited.

What if there's an Electoral College tie? Let's join Wolf over at the virtual reality dome to game out the possibility for the next ten minutes! But this year there is a real possibility that we could get a crazy scenario, one in which Mitt Romney wins the popular vote, but Barack Obama wins the Electoral College. If that reverse of 2000 happened, would everyone on both sides suddenly switch their positions on the Electoral College?

Saying it's a real possibility doesn't mean that it's likely (Nate Silver puts the likelihood at 2.5 percent today), but the reason people are taking it seriously (and starting to write articles about it) is two characteristics of the race at the moment. First, according to the poll averages Romney looks to have a tiny lead overall: Pollster.com says two-tenths of a point, RealClearPolitics says nine-tenths of a point, TPM says eight-tenths of a point. Yet Obama is positioned much better in the Electoral College. He has clear leads in the swing states of Nevada, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and has led in nearly every poll of Ohio. If Obama wins Ohio, he wins. But even if he loses Ohio and Florida, he could still win by grabbing Virginia (where the latest Washington Post poll has him ahead by four points), or by taking Colorado and New Hampshire. There are lots of ways to reconfigure things, but the point is that the scenarios for Romney winning the Electoral College all require him to take multiple states where polls show him clearly behind, whereas the scenarios for Obama winning involve him winning states where he's leading. Hurricane Sandy may make this scenario more likely if it depresses turnout along the eastern seaboard where Obama is likely to pile up lots of votes in states like Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.


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