They might be right.

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They might be right.

Postby Tevye on Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:51 pm

Douglas E. Schoen wrote:Why President Obama and His Advisers
Are Absolutely Convinced He Will Be Re-elected In 2012

foxnews.com

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Re: They might be right.

Postby drdos on Fri Oct 28, 2011 1:06 pm

I agree cept I feel it will take something dramatic happening to keep him in office.
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Re: They might be right.

Postby good4u1 on Fri Oct 28, 2011 1:40 pm

Ummm....let's not put the cart b/4 the horse. I'm not so sure that they are right.

The American Electorate may be much more forgiving of the Hermantor than Dems and Obama's advisors anticipate. Cain is NOT a professional politician but understands Joe Q. Public very well...because he is one of them. He speaks for sm. business and is one of them as well. Cain communicates very well with the average American and tho' he may not have experience in many areas, and neither did Obama for that matter, he can bring that experience around him to make up for this. Obama's advisors may indeed be very wrong here and over-confidence in their re-election may be their greatest un-doing and we may have another Truman victory on our hands! Time will tell...

But if the GOP nominee is Romney, then Obama's chances are increased that he would win, imo. We shall see.
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