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New SC Poll has Romney @ 37%

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by WS-1, Jan 15, 2012.

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  1. WS-1

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    A New South Carolina Poll has Romney at 37%, followed by Paul and Santorum at 16% and Gingrich at 12%. Maybe those stupid ol' Carolinians just haven't been reading Brian's posts.

    Hey Brian, there's a boogeyman under your bed.

    Allow me to be the first to call it "Romney Derangement Syndrome."
     
  2. Brian in Oregon

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    I guess a lot of folks in South Carolina like socialized medicine and gun bans.
     
  3. WS-1

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    Yes Brian, you are right. They're just a bunch of Rube Goldbergs. They like Hula Hoops and Lucky Charms and Voodoo. Nobody is as smart as you, Brian. Nobody is as all seeing and all knowing as you. The rest of the world is just a big bunch of daffy rednecks with no teeth, right Brian?

    Gee, I sure would like to see some RED ITALICS.
     
  4. Brian in Oregon

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    Your hysterical temper tantrums are really unbecoming. You cry like a spanked puppy when someone dares to vote differently than how you dictate they should.

    Good luck with your socialism and gun bans. You deserve what you vote for.
     
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    OOOOO! Watch out, there's a boogeyman under your bed.
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

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    I guess any kind of rational discussion with you is out of the question. So it would be a waste of my time asking for an explanation of how you came to the conclusion that only Romney can beat Obama, because with your limited ability to see facts, process data and come to meaningful conclusions and then discuss them in a calm, rational manner leaves me with the impression that you simply are parroting what the media and Mrs. Keet has told you.
     
  7. WS-1

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    Brian,

    You are an unapologetic, transparent, one issue voter. I know you think that your issue is the only issue of importance in the entire universe, but I do not agree. Trying to have a "rational" discussion with a person who tenaciously insists his one issue is the only issue would be a fool's errand. My time is more valuable than that. The time that I have dedicated to this thread to date has been motivated by the pleasure I gain from screwing with narrow minded people like you.

    I haven't stopped to count how many times you have used the word "hysterical."
    By your responses and by your use of RED ITALICS, which in my opinion are a great deal more rude than SHOUTING CAPITAL LETTERS, my guess is that fellow members here see you as the truly "hysterical" poster.

    Your vote is yours. Oregon is a democrat enclave anyhow, so all of your electoral college votes will go to Obama regardless of who you support. You probably really feel disenfranchised now. Oh well, life goes on. My guess is that Romney will get the Republican party nomination now matter what you say or do so I guess the time for our little tete-a-tete has, alas, come to an end.

    Happy trails!
     
  8. Pocatello

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    Brian, I don't think it's true that only Romney can beat Obama. If I could choose the nominee, I would choose Huntsman. There is probably no way he can get the nomination though.

    I don't think Gingrich can beat Obama - too much baggage. The election landslide would be worse than Johnson/Goldwater in '64, but you are too young to remember that massacre. Perry/Cain/Bachman are no longer credible candidates, and probably never were. Santorim is too much beholden to the extreme Christian right for my taste. I see no difference between them and the Taliban. If they ran the country it would be indistinguishable from the oppression in Afghanistan or Saudi Arabia.

    So who does that leave?
     
  9. bigdogtx

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    Pocatello,,,,,if you believe that you are as looney as Rosie O'Donnell,,,,,and that is a BS statement!!!!
     
  10. Brian in Oregon

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    WS-1, the red font was to simply distinguish between my replies and your quote. I think it's quite telling of your rationality that you think there is something sinister about making a response easier to read.

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    Pocatello, I vaguely remember the Johnson/Goldwater election. Mostly from adult discussions when the next election came around.

    So who does that leave? Let's let the figures WS-1 posted speak for themselves:

    <i>A New South Carolina Poll has Romney at 37%, followed by Paul and Santorum at 16% and Gingrich at 12%. Maybe those stupid ol' Carolinians just haven't been reading Brian's posts.</i>

    (Oh boy, more sinister color and italics!)

    Anyway, Romney is at 37%. But if you add up 16% each for Paul and Santorum, plus 12% for Newt, that's 44% who did NOT support Romney. The problem is the non-liberal non-gun banning side has too many to chose from, fracturing their votes so that an even more liberal gun banner than McCain is pulling ahead. Once Romney wins the nomination there is a strong possibility that it's going to be a repeat of McCain again when those opposed to RINOs, socialized medicine, and gun banners vote third party or write in their favorites. And all the snotty temper tantrums in the world like we've seen from WS-1 are not going to change this risk.
     
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    Is that "Deranged in Oregon" or "Disenfranchised in Oregon"? Boy, are you easy.
     
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    WS-1, who in the hell are you to criticize? You're still learning how to form an opinion.
     
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    Careful, Brian, you might be "walking on thin ice."
     
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    I don't think so. My "thin ice" comment was in response to some posts that advised violence against politicians, including someone advocating putting a bullet in Obama's brain, which might attract unwanted Secret Service intervention.

    Oh, I'm sorry, am I using too big of words for you?

    And from another of your posts: <i>"Brian, Don't flatter yourself. I don't listen to you at all."</i>

    Yeeeaaah, we noticed that. LOL
     
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    The boogeyman and the Secret Service guy look a lot alike. You better leave the light on.
     
  16. Calcutta John

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    Pocatello, it figures when you equate Santorum supporters with the taliban you would be Huntsman supporter. Unbelieveable.
     
  17. Brian in Oregon

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    John, do you remember when the Born Again bunch got their mitts into Republican politics in the 1980s? I think Pocatello went a little too far in his comparison, but nevertheless the Far Religious Right showed their colors in the late 1970s and into the 1980s with their intolerance and sticking their noses into the business of others. I remember when Jerry Falwell was gaining power all out of proportion to his followers in Republican politics.
     
  18. Calcutta John

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    Brian=you are correct about Falwell and his little band then, however, I haven't see anything about then or now that would cause one to say that they are like the taliban. My problem with that is it is just the crap the the main stream media puts out. Then the little liberals regurgitate it, thinking that it is not going to be challenged. As I said "unbelievable".
     
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    Huntsman to support Romney. That will have some effect in S.C. where Romney is leading in the polls by about 8 points. Paul is hammering Santorum. Gingrich is late for his own meetings and the drama continues.
     
  20. bigdogtx

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    This shows what "conservatives" are being labeled as,,,,,it is no wonder so many are confused......
     
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