This event can’t have been publicized long in advance; it was only days ago that Romney announced he would be going to PA.
Contrast this to Obama’s CONVENTION, where they had to cancel the stadium due to being unable to fill it. That was about 25k, known months in advance, plus a few thousand were there for the convention anyway.
I hope all of this translates into a victory for us. We are facing the most important election our country has ever faced. I hope Romney smashes this guy.
If Romney can claim a mandate instead of a narrow win, he’ll have more leverage. But putting that aside, there’s no one more deserving of a resounding defeat than Obama.
You can add dingy Harry and Nanzi Piglosi to that list. All liberals are scum but none so deserving to be destroyed than their top level sleaze-0-crats.
With a Romney victory, things will get stymied if the Republicans fail to gain control of the Senate. Look what happened in this Congress. The House GOP passed many pieces of legislation on to be pigeon holed never to sbe considered by Reid and the Democrats, not the least of which was a budget required by law.
Yes,but Romney can do something Obama has done. Executive orders. He can also give waivers to states with regards to Obamacare.
Be careful of an early call in Pennsylvania on tuesday night. In 2004 when Bush was losing the state by 2.5%, The Associated Press called the attorney general race for Democrat James Eisenhauer over the current Republican governor, Tom Corbett. Two hours later they had egg all over their face as Corbett actually won by more than 109,000 votes !
No doubt the cheaters will try to cheat, but I think the dems lose here.
It’s not so much that Romney wins PA — it’s more the matter that Obama LOSES Pennsylvania.
In the final analysis, I’d bet that’d be the talking point should PA turn red.
With a Romney victory, things will get stymied if the Republicans fail to gain control of the Senate
Even the worst Senate prediction is probably 50/50 with Ryan deciding the tie-breaker vote.
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Which Senate seats will switch parties in 2014?