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    A few weeks out from the election, I am curious who you all think will win?

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    I think Obama will get a 2nd term. That's just based off my personal thoughts and what I see in my social circle though
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    University of Colorado has correctly predicted every winner since 1980, and they predict Romney will win. I agree with them.

    University of Colorado analysis of election factors points to Romney win | e! Science News
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    Obama.

    Not bothering to post any polls. Think it's too close for anyone to predict right now.
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    I think Obama will win. It's going to be close in a few states; I'll be surprised if we have an answer on Election Night. But I have hope that enough people are going to say, "Obama might not be perfect, but we don't want a bigoted liar who thinks his religious views belong in our bedrooms to become our president."
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    I'm nervous about it to be sure. The latest polls that I have read seem to be pointing towards Romney. I'm certainly hoping that's not the case, but I think it's going to be a close one, and I definitely don't think that Obama has it in the bag. We could lose this thing. That would be....unfortunate. I see Romney as basically Bush II and I think that under Romney we won't even have a chance of moving away from the failed (failed for most of us any way, huge success for the super rich) policies of trickle down economics. But, I accept and believe in the democratic process, so if people vote for Romney then so be it. I hope that if he does win, I'm wrong and that he is successful in bringing prosperity to the country (all of the country, not just the really rich people.)
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    Obama.

    People aren't stupid. If Romney wins it's going to be a hell of alot of "big brother" getting involved in things they shouldn't be, IMO.

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    "Binders full of women." This stuff just doesn't get any better. I hope and pray for the sake of every American that this moron doesn't get in.

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    I have never felt so uneasy about any candidate until Romney and Ryan came along. You guys remember the snake character from The Jungle Book? I think of that snake every time I think of Romney and Ryan. McCain, Bush, and even Palin have never given me that feeling. If Romney wins, I will seriously be afraid and seriously consider moving out of the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mommytoMR.FACE View Post
    I have never felt so uneasy about any candidate until Romney and Ryan came along. You guys remember the snake character from The Jungle Book? I think of that snake every time I think of Romney and Ryan. McCain, Bush, and even Palin have never given me that feeling. If Romney wins, I will seriously be afraid and seriously consider moving out of the country.
    I don't blame you. If he wins I see women's rights in the US being set back at least 30 or 40 years. Probably more if he had his way, but you know, I'm sure passing the "Barefoot & Pregnant" bill won't come until his second term.

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