Who do you think will win Florida? Romney or Obama? Why?

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  1. Peter Leeper profile image60
    Peter Leeperposted 9 years ago

    Who do you think will win Florida?  Romney or Obama?  Why?

  2. Georgie Lowery profile image89
    Georgie Loweryposted 9 years ago

    Obama. He may be the socialist, foreign born Anti-Christ, but he's not nearly as crazy as the Romney Ryan two-step.

    1. Peter Leeper profile image60
      Peter Leeperposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      lol...tell us how you really feel!  smile

  3. AlexDrinkH2O profile image77
    AlexDrinkH2Oposted 9 years ago

    Romney will win Florida and it won't be that close either.   I think Jews, Hispanics, and seniors are starting to see through the arrogant,  but essentially incompetent Obama we currently have as a president.

    1. Peter Leeper profile image60
      Peter Leeperposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I'd have to disagree...I think they are seeing through the farce that is the Romney/Ryan plan for medicare which is to essentially get rid of the benefits people will receive and give them coupons for discounts...lts privateize 401k to...why not?

  4. peanutroaster profile image65
    peanutroasterposted 9 years ago

    Obama. Romney called my Florida voting parents moochers because they are retired.  Ryan wants to gut medicaid.  No amount of promising to bomb Iran is going pull Florida Thurston Howell Romney's way. And Latinos can smell a spray tan a mile away.  Too bad he wasn't Mexican.  Ha ha yuck yuck.

  5. junkseller profile image80
    junksellerposted 9 years ago

    Obama is more likely to win. He is slightly ahead in Florida. He is winning overall. Romney's lead with seniors has dropped 16 points! in the last two weeks. Ryan, speaking recently in Florida, was hit with a bit of booing. Additionally, Obama is up with independents (11 points), moderates (33 points), 18-29 year-olds (36 points), and Hispanics (42 points). You can't win without voters. The only hope for Romney is keeping voters away from the polls which they are trying very hard to accomplish with the litany of voter restrictions they are attempting to enact. This could, however, backfire on them. People are on to their attempt to cheat to victory and it could drive even more people to the polls to try and send these neanderthals back to their caves.

    1. Peter Leeper profile image60
      Peter Leeperposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Great post!  Numbers and figures and everything!  I was going to compliment you on not name calling but then i read the last sentence!  lol

    2. junkseller profile image80
      junksellerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Sorry about that, but with open bigotry, social policies from the dark ages, rejecting science, and the penchant for clubbing people over the head vs. holding a dialog, I'm not sure neanderthal isn't an accurate descriptor.

  6. quatrain profile image56
    quatrainposted 9 years ago

    Right now, most media polls show that Obama is ahead in Florida. However, most of these polls have a higher percentage of Democrats than the percentage who voted in 2008. The polls are therefore expecting that Democrats are more enthusiatic for Obama today, in 2012, than they were in 2008.  I don't think that's an assumption that's likely to prove true on election day. November 6. Thus, I think you have to "unskew" the polls to get at where the candidates stand today. In the unskewed poll for Florida, Governor Romney is currently ahead by between 5 and 7%. Nationally, his lead ranges from 7% to 8%.

    1. peanutroaster profile image65
      peanutroasterposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      That's because the Democrats are rising as the Republicans are shrinking.  The number of angry old white men is getting smaller. That's the "skew".  Anything else is fantasy.

    2. Peter Leeper profile image60
      Peter Leeperposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Honestly, from what I have heard this is just a new tactic to try to distract people from a widening gap to keep them interested in the race and not lose any enthusiasm...both parties do it when they are losing. Romney did it when losing to mcain too

    3. junkseller profile image80
      junksellerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Republicanism 101: Reject science and professionals until you get the answer you like.

  7. wba108@yahoo.com profile image75
    wba108@yahoo.composted 9 years ago

    I believe Romney will win Florida and almost every other swing state. Romney's got the better ideas and more money down the stretch when it counts. I don't believe Obama can win with an economy in this much trouble, also I believe Romney voters are more energized than Obama voters.

    1. Peter Leeper profile image60
      Peter Leeperposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      not desrving of a downvote because I disagree but apparently Romney is running out of money because much of what was raced was for the RNC and not for his campaign...they took a loan out recently to pay for bills...also, Obama has a strong lead


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