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Old 01-08-2008, 08:40 PM   #281
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NPR keeps talking about Giuliani slipping in FL.

I just want to know about tonight, thanks.
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This basically leaves Romney NEEDING to win Michigan, or else he's done (if he isn't aleady).
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Really? I was bored to tears...

I don't understand why he doesn't even try with younger voters, I mean of course he'll get votes from you and those that are diehard Republicans but I just don't see him getting any independent or middle ground young people. He actually comes off older than he really is.
It was predicted that nearly all of the independent vote in New Hampshire would go for Obama. Instead, McCain picked up almost half of them. If Obama loses in New Hampshire, it may be partly a result of McCains success among independents which was not supposed to happen. McCain is roughly the same age as Ronald Reagan, one of the most popular presidents in US history with all age groups. So age is not necessarily a turnoff for the young people.
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Incredible. This is the FYM setlist party.

And shit.

Any doubt about how I will vote for Super Tuesday has been erased.

Sorry Dennis.
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Incredible. This is the FYM setlist party.
Well said.
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Incredible. This is the FYM setlist party.
For sure.

And somehow less heated.
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It was predicted that nearly all of the independent vote in New Hampshire would go for Obama. Instead, McCain picked up almost half of them. If Obama loses in New Hampshire, it may be partly a result of McCains success among independents which was not supposed to happen. McCain is roughly the same age as Ronald Reagan, one of the most popular presidents in US history with all age groups. So age is not necessarily a turnoff for the young people.
The predictions I saw were 65-35 if memory serves me correct pre today.

I wonder if the polls led people to think Obama was safe and secure and voters changed which party to vote in.

Maybe the MCCain machine was better prepared for NH to get the voters to go republican.
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Over 50% reporting now.

Clinton 39-37
McCain 37-32
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Anybody think Edwards drops out after this?
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Anybody think Edwards drops out after this?
I think Edwards wants to be VP.
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He said he won't drop out no matter what happens in NH. ^
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Anybody think Edwards drops out after this?
He's still got South Carolina, his home state I believe. And he did very well in Iowa, so I don't think he'll drop out now.
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I think Edwards wants to be VP.
Yeah, as I mentioned in another post about the debate, it's quite obvious he wants to be Obama's VP.
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It was predicted that nearly all of the independent vote in New Hampshire would go for Obama. Instead, McCain picked up almost half of them.
But it would be interesting to see the age groups of these independents.
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McCain is roughly the same age as Ronald Reagan, one of the most popular presidents in US history with all age groups. So age is not necessarily a turnoff for the young people.
But you are speaking purely of Republicans.
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How do Edwards voters split between Hillary and Barack?
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I imagine they go overwhelmingly to Obama.
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