Whinery: My Prediction is Looking Safe

Back in May I called the presidential election 53-47 Romney and everything is starting to fall into place…

Gallup has the “Mormon Savior” 7 points up and he just took the lead in the RealClearPolitics Electoral College Map, 206-201 with only nine states left that are listed as toss-ups. Add another 42 electoral votes from Florida & Virginia that are looking like they are going Romney, and thats 248 towards the 270 needed for a win.

Then there’s the shock poll out of Pennsylvania-with its 20 electoral votes- that has Mitt up by 4
amongst likely voters. The rest of the tossup States are all polling within the margin of error.

We’ve got ourselves a horse race!

And as far as the second Presidential Debate goes, Obama won with an
assist from Candy Crowley.

Romney didn’t lose, Obama had nowhere to go but up and Romney had nowhere to go but down after their first debate that Romney won so handily. CBS called it 37% Obama, 30% Romney with 33% calling it a tie.

However on the economy – which decides elections- that poll said Romney was more capable of fixing things by a 64% to 34% margin over the President.

That with the report coming out today showing that welfare is now a TRILLION dollar a year expenditure – up 32% during Obama’s tenure at President. We need a real economy where people contribute to the system and don’t need handouts because there are no jobs around so they work and take care of themselves.

Trillion dollar a year deficits and GDP growth below 2% a year is not acceptable.

And the REAL unemployment rate is nowhere near 7.8%… its closer to 20% when you strip away all the veneer that Government puts into its cooked statistics.

Our social fabric is also tearing apart.

Violent crime is up 18% – its first rise in over 20 years. Is it wrong to believe that this rise in
crime may be linked to a lousy economy? The “Devil will find work for idle hands” as the saying goes.

There is no dignity in living off the Government like there is in working for a living. Another four years of Obama and we will be facing the same kind of upheaval going on in Greece.

Can Romney fix all that is wrong with America? Who knows.

But at least he won’t throw gasoline on a fire like the President has.

Which reminds me, during the debate, did the President really blame high gas prices on a booming economy leading to shortages? And not his fossil fuel hostile policies?

He did!

Obama needs to go… its that simple.

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11 Responses to Whinery: My Prediction is Looking Safe

  1. Mysterious J says:

    If you think Romney can win Pennsylvania, pass me whatever it is that you are smoking.

  2. Reggin Tnuc says:

    The Presidents recent appearance on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in which he referred to the deaths at the Lybian Embassy as “not optimal” may be the final nail in his coffin. I cannot think of a poorer choice of words to describe the unfortunate and unnecessary killings of four Americans. I’m certain that will be brought up in the forthcoming debate.

    All that is left now is to try and intimidate voters with fear of riots and anarchy in the streets if Mr. Romney is elected. The silence from the White House over the 1000′s of tweets and Facebook postings encouraging and promoting the assassination of Mr. Romney speaks for itself. With the exception of The Drudge Report and Infowars.com very little attention has been paid in the major media. Were such vile and numerous threats targeted on the President the media would probably call for invoking Martial Law.

    Kansas City is listed by the FBI as one of the top 20 cities where racial rioting and violence could occur. God bless and help us!

  3. Rick Nichols says:

    Hey, is there a special section in the Book of Mormon dealing with eschatological (end times) matters? Not being Mormon, I wouldn’t know. At any rate, I think we’re headed for civil unrest regardless of who wins the election. If Mr. Romney wins, those on the left will rise up in anger ready to wreak havoc, and if Mr. Obama is re-elected, his enemies on the right will continue to stir up trouble on the home front. Buckle up, boys and girls, we’re in for a rough ride one way or the other with an ever-rising world population putting more and more of a demand on the planet’s diminishing natural resources, the ultimate source of wealth creation. My advice? You may not be able to be “paid up,” but at least make sure you’re “prayed up.”

  4. Jim says:

    Logic tells me that if you say the 7.8% number of unemployed is hogwash because the way the numbers are manipulated, you most ALSO say the 4.5% or 5% numbers from 4 or 6 years ago were hogwash, too. Same accounting system. Same non-political agency.

    Listen, I think all religions are whacky. So, I question the sanity of anyone that practices any type of organized religion. But, come on. Mormons? That’s a whole different kettle of fish when it comes to whackiness. The planet Kolob? Magic underwear? Baptism AFTER death? Do one’s political beliefs (i.e. Republican) trump everything else when it comes to what your candidate believes? Wouldn’t you question a candidate’s mental equity if they believed in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy? Or is a pro-life, pro-gun, anti-gay marriage and pro-tax cut platform all that is REALLY required? Seems strange to me.

    • Reggin Tnuc says:

      Good points Mr. Jim. I question a candidates mental equity when they believe in Social Justice, Redistribution and faint whiffs of European Style Socialism. It is far easier for me to deal with the surreality of one Joseph Smith and Mormonism. Last time I checked neither posed a credible threat to my financial well being.

      • Jim says:

        FYI – The good ‘ol USofA has provided socialized medicine, socialized food programs and manipulated the agricultural industry for the “greater good” for decade, upon decade, upon decade.

        So, when Michelle Bachmann said that God told her to run for president, you don’t have a problem taking a candidate seriously that hears voices? As long as you agree with her political ideology, it’s all good? You aren’t curious what God sounded like? What he said? How long did they speak? Last time I checked, God doesn’t impact your financial well being either. I’m just not keen on people that might let him.

        • Reggin Tnuc says:

          Mr. Jim. I choose not to question ones faith. Michelle Bachman didn’t need to invoke a message from God in order for me to know that her deck lacked many cards. Just the fact that she needed to play the God card says very much about her. Statements such as that are just as much code in my book as are statements about social justice. In my belief system God and politics do not mix. The crusades were no more successful in controlling worldwide personal and spiritual behavior than modern day terrorist attacks are.

          My relationship with God is personal. What I hear or do not hear is between He and I. My relationship with the government is not so singular and personal. I am not opposed to helping my fellow man when he needs a hand and can do so in many personal and financial ways. When the government gets in the business of Grace it does not fare so well. When we ask God for things the answer is often NO! When we ask the government for things the answer is too often YES!

  5. Rick Nichols says:

    It’ll be the Tigers in 7 over (drum roll, please) the Cardinals. You heard it here first. Oh, the election, yes, the election. You know, this predicting stuff would be a whole lot easier if we could just get rid of that totally worthless thing they call the Electoral College and make one man’s vote as important as the next man’s vote. What a novel concept! But until then, we’re not likely to see a presidential candidate make a campaign stop in Kansas, just a pit stop to take a leak in some farmer’s wheat field. Anyway, I see the President winning the popular vote, but not by a wide margin, and just enough key states to “graduate” from “College” with a “major” in mediocrity.

  6. the dude says:

    Mr. Whiney, what you do not account for is an election system that has mostly been turned over to an easily hacked electronic voting system with no paper backup. Votes truly mean nothing in this type of a system. The winner is whoever they program it to be.