Originally Posted by Saul Good
Problem posed by Paulfan: Romney can't win in the general because he is only winning the primary by a small landslide.
Solution proposed by Paulfan: Support Ron Paul who has 25 delegates, no states, but might have won Maine if he wasn't screwed out of it by political dirty tricks.
Is it any wonder that nobody takes Paulfan seriously?
Let them have there 15 minutes on their soapbox.
This election comes down to 4 or 5 swing states, Ohio being one of them. Ohio voters in 2010 were angry at the president and at Democrats, and they showed it in voting booths: Republicans swept every statewide office, defeating a sitting governor and four other incumbent executives, adding 13 seats in the Ohio House and two in the Ohio Senate.
On the federal level, Ohio Republicans defeated five incumbent Democrats, winning 13 of 18 U.S. House seats and helping to make Ohio's John Boehner the next House Speaker.
Republicans also retained a U.S. Senate seat by electing Rob Portman, and they scored a 77 percent success rate in down-ballot county races.
That reflects a lot of voter anger.
Anybody want to do Michigan or North Carolina?
Obama isn't running against Romney, he's running against his record--- which is an endless list of failures and destruction.