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Old 11-08-2012, 04:10 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by HemiEd View Post
You really missed my question, or I don't understand how your answer relates to it.

Or are you answering the strategy one?

Clearly the Obama "ground force" strategy of working the minorities into a majority is what won the election for him, once he convinced them that Romney was the devil.

Of course, if you watched any of the Chicago politics, Jesse Jackson Jr. was also re-elected to congress after not even being on the job for months with the Blago black could hanging over him.

They also re-elected a 10 district rep that has been indicted but those of us that voted for Romney are angry racist old white men.

You made the statement that the GOP needs to get a candidate "that isn't crap" and I asked you why this didn't apply to the Dems? As far as I am concerned, their candidate was crap.

Yeah, I was thinking of the strategy involved when both candidates are crap. Neither side could win the election based on the strength of the candidate so what we got was a lot of electoral strategy. The Dems were better at it and they won.
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