is the first to declare (beating all other news agencies in the process) Barack Obama as the winner of today's election.
***please note the victory is based on the electoral college map, and not necessarily on the popular vote.
In a further prediction.... Mitt will soon announce he will join next year's edition of 'Dancing with he Stars'
Saw a funny image this morning and this post made me think of it:
In all seriousness, if I had an extra $1,000 laying around, I would bet Greek One is right.
if the popular vote mattered, it would be anyone's guess.. but of course, it doesn't
You'd be money ahead pounding your money down a rat hole.
Really? Prediction stats are still 70:30 for Obama.
Btw, I didn't say who I want to win or who should win. I'm keeping my political opinions to myself in that regard. I only predicted who will win.
My calculations are based on the racial divide in the US.
Many states had unseasonable sunny weather this past summer. This resulted in increase tanning,
The result is that many white folks will be more inclined to accept a black President.
It's purely scientific
you must be related to the baseball statistician Nate Silver.
Do you think he has a little gold lame loincloth to go with the perma-orange? I hear that Greek One has a little silver number with tassels that goes down a storm with the ladies
He and Trump must have bought the same booth I bet they wear the same ties as well
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