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The Paths To Victory

Home - by - November 1, 2012 - 22:33 America/New_York - 17 Comments

Glob has plugged the electoral college possibilities into the Globambutabulator and it looks like a Romney victory.

See why HERE


  1. Menderman

    November 1st, 2012

    RCP is the only pollster I believe, but unless something major happens between now and Teusday, this is gonna be a nail biter and It may be Christmas before all the dust is settled. I check RCP every day, and today Obama took the lead (+0.1) over Romney. Obama is in the lead in the EC, and leads most toss-up states delegates. Romney certainly has the momentum right now, but he is still behind. I am not trying to burst anyones bubble, but it is reallity as I see it. VOTE!!! Get your neighbor to vote! Get your cousin, aunt, uncle, brother-in-law to vote…it is gonna be that close! Our nation depends on Romney right now. If Obama wins, what is happening in Jersey is just a taste of what our whole country will be like by spring!


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  2. Nutjob

    November 1st, 2012

    Barry has already dispatched lawyers to all of the critical states.

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  3. Chuck U Farley

    November 1st, 2012

    “Romney has multiple paths to victory. Obama has only one.

    What does your common sense tell you about that?”

    Every one of those scenarios has Romney winning Virginia, where most polls say it’s a tie there. Examine any one of those maps and Obama’s path is the easier one. Like I said before, the Electoral map is the one that’s the most worrisome.

    But, God I pray that Mitt pulls it off. Get out & vote. Everyone! Our freedom depends on it!

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  4. CrustyB

    November 1st, 2012

    I was playing with this same map yesterday. Given that Rasmussen has Romney up by 2 points in Ohio and Florida I’m just not seeing four more years of Yoke and Chains.

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  5. Edith McCrotch

    November 1st, 2012

    Yeah, but what are the political affiliation’s of the Secretary of State in thhese states?

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  6. old_oaks

    November 1st, 2012

    Of all the scenarios, Shitlinois is still chugging the Obamacock.

    So what does an informed Shitlinois resident do?

    Write in Gary Johnson or Charles Manson.

    Call me undecided.

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  7. Stranded in Sonoma

    November 1st, 2012

    @old_oaks — I live in CA and we’ve been in the tank for 0bama since 1992. I’d really love to have Romney take CA if for no other reason than to see the libtards here have a double dose of Oh shit, we lost.

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  8. Bad Brad

    November 2nd, 2012

    Stranded, You missed my shit on another thread. Might be the youth vote that comes through. Hey what can I tell ya, I’m the eternal optimist. Between the gym, and my kids friends, the youth vote is slowly becoming self aware. Check this out.


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  9. old_oaks

    November 2nd, 2012

    @ Sonoma… I see your logic and I’ve been there, but the best thing to do IMO is have a 3rd party take over the libturdial stronghold before spreading into tossup territory.

    Let’s face it, we’re disgusted with not only Obama but the GOP. Neither get it nor will they ever.

    In states that matter, GOP it up, they more like the 3rd party candidate we’d like to see, so Romney it is!

    All it would take for a 3rd party candidate to win someplace like IL, CA, NY or freaking MN is to SIMPLY SHOW UP!

    We’ve let these polls dictate where the candidates spend their time, that’s why we see no change!

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  10. Stranded in Sonoma

    November 2nd, 2012

    @Brad — I search for off-beat polls on this election because I just like to see what some of the web has to say. I know it’s not “scientific” or “correct” but it kind of gives you a perspective on what some of the “average” folks are thinking. And it is not filtered through the enemedia.

    There was a compilation page that listed some polls from around the web and one was from a few adult blogs that just asked members who they would vote for. As I recall, the average was Romney about 52%, 0bama about 42%, and others at 6%. Remember, these averages were from adult sites that I would think are typically very liberal.

    Once again, it’s not something to cite as definitive but, to me at least, it shows that people you would think that are liberal are not willing to vote for 0bama again. I think Camille Paglia is speaking for many people that the media are ignoring.

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  11. Rust

    November 2nd, 2012

  12. Bad Brad

    November 2nd, 2012

    old_oaks That will never happen. Read my link bro.

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  13. Bad Brad

    November 2nd, 2012

    Stranded, I try and stick to Unskewed polls. But who know’s. I got real lucky. Some consortium that I turned down a couple months a go just called back a still wants to buy my commercial building. Told em. I let you know by the 8th. I figure it’ll be settled by then Romney wins, I’ll hang, even in Cali, Assbite wins, I’m selling everything, out of Cali. and off the grid. Good luck to you and yours. I’m thinking North.

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  14. The Doktor

    November 2nd, 2012

    Polls? You want to see our polls? We don’t have to show you no stinkin’ POLLS!!!

    Remember Reagan’s question of 1980?
    “Are you better off than you were four years ago?”

    The “polls” had said THAT election was going to be a “nail biter”. Turns out, it was THE POLLS that bit. The BIG one.

    Just as an aside, this article says that, “this election comes down to four states.

    Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin

    Then WHY IN THE HELL has Obama made SEVERAL TRIPS to Las Vegas – the last one just recently? Has he got a new “boy toy” there?

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  15. Menderman

    November 2nd, 2012

    I’m watching the morning news. I see white people waiting in line for gas, white people standing in front of burned out and flooded homes, white people digging in dumsters for food, white people by the millions with out power, and Obama flying around the country in Air Force One talking about how great he is. I can only come to the conclusion that Obama does not care about white people devastated by a hurricane.

    oh, and did somebody blow up the power stations?

    Where is Obama’s FEMA?

    Why didn’t Obama lower the seas like he promised?

    Did Obama steer the storm towards New Jersey because Of Christie?

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  16. AbigailAdams

    November 2nd, 2012

    Romney is going to win by a much larger margin than these maps show. It’s going to be like 2010, only better. The legacy media aren’t going to know how to act. They’ll probably replace their “news” scheduling with reruns of “Friends” and whatnot.

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  17. D/

    November 2nd, 2012

    I hope Romney wins, but I fear he can’t win Ohio.

    Hard to see a path to victory without the Bukeye state.

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