>> the WaPo has been asking Republicans why they were going to vote for Romney. In July 2012 only 36% of respondents said that they were voting for Romney, while 59% said that they were voting against Obama; today, the number is almost completely flipped. 58% of Republican voters are voting for Romney; only 36% are voting against Obama. As mentioned before, there are two important points about this. 1. This represents a dramatic positive shift in the enthusiasm, motivation, and energy found in base Republican voters in the remaining nine days or so of the election. This means that Republican voters are now more likely to vote, more likely to volunteer, more likely to donate, and more likely to shrug off hindrances to doing any of the previous three things than they were several months ago. 2. The Obama campaign was not, and is not, prepared for this development. <<http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/10/28/time-for-...arrete - I need to beef up my recs so I don't lose my squid. <g> Because I may be offline a few days because of Hurricane Sandy (that name rings a bell <g> There's never been a Hurricane arrete). Plus my socialist brother is coming Thursday, so I have family things to do. I like my brother and wife - not their politics, but I like them. I wonder what they'll say about my Romney/Ryan sticker?
They probably won't notice your sticker if you get a Romney/Ryan tattoo.
They probably won't notice your sticker if you get a Romney/Ryan tattoo. ---------------Not where I'd put it. <g>arrete - kidding!
Because I may be offline a few days because of Hurricane Sandy (that name rings a bell <g> There's never been a Hurricane arrete).Well, if the storm picks up a chicken coop from somewhere and smashes it against the side of your house, that would be Sandy Eggo and you could worry about earthquakes instead of hurricanes.
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