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    Post 2008 Presidential Election poll and analysis

    2 questions. 1 of which the poll is based on.

    1. Who do you think will win the Presidency?
    2. Who do you want to win the Presidency?

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    States Won:

    Barack Obama (349)

    1. Vermont
    2. Pennsylvania
    3. Illinois
    4. Delaware
    5. New Jersey
    6. Connecticut
    7. Massachusetts
    8. District of Columbia
    9. Maryland
    10. New Hampshire
    11. New York
    12. Michigan
    13. Minnesota
    14. Wisconsin
    15. Rhode Island
    16. Ohio
    17. New Mexico
    18. Iowa
    19. California
    20. Oregon
    21. Washington
    22. Virginia
    23. Colorado
    24. Florida
    25. Indiana


    John McCain (162)

    1. Kentucky
    2. South Carolina
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Tennessee
    5. Alabama
    6. Georgia
    7. Kansas
    8. North Dakota
    9. Wyoming
    10. Arkansas
    11. Louisiana
    12. West Virginia
    13. Texas
    14. Utah
    15. Mississippi
    16. South Dakota
    17. Nebraska

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    I think Obama will win the Presidency and I want him too.

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    1. Obama
    2. I still don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roody View Post
    2 questions. 1 of which the poll is based on.

    1. Who do you think will win the Presidency?
    2. Who do you want to win the Presidency?
    I think obama will win,because of the popular vote and national polls and the state of craziness the current gov has left us in,

    I don't want obama to win,I actually don't want either him or mccain to win

    I want joe walsh to be president

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    Can we discard and redraw choices? This election sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    I want joe walsh to be president
    Right on!

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    Obama
    and an emphasized "Neither"

    Here come the "rub it in" threads by the dominating Dems! :P
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    I think Obama will win but I want McCain. So next year this time I don't want to hear the whining about how bad Obama and his policies really are.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    Obama
    and an emphasized "Neither"

    Here come the "rub it in" threads by the dominating Dems! :P
    You know the last presidential election was like that with Ghost, Prey and of course Ghosthunter.


    Nothing wrong with a bit of celebration but but the "rub it in" posts are a bit silly.

    I do hope that the Obama supporters are a bit more mature than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnosteele52 View Post
    I think Obama will win but I want McCain. So next year this time I don't want to hear the whining about how bad Obama and his policies really are.

    Why not? If he blows of his platform, spends the first nine months putting together a bannana republic while ignoring things like his head of terrorism trying desperately to get a meeting, and of course blowing off any good will the rest of the world have for us, then you bet I'll complain.

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    I don't like either candidate and I refuse to vote as a result. I am not going to vote for anybody for the sake of voting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie View Post
    I don't like either candidate and I refuse to vote as a result. I am not going to vote for anybody for the sake of voting.
    Most states have all kinds of propositions, judges, and state positions that need to be decided.


    Your local politics will probably affect you more than the Presidential election will, so you should really consider voting even if you don't vote for a President.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downhill View Post
    You know the last presidential election was like that with Ghost, Prey and of course Ghosthunter.


    Nothing wrong with a bit of celebration but but the "rub it in" posts are a bit silly.

    I do hope that the Obama supporters are a bit more mature than that.
    Guess it depends on what people construe as rubbing it in. If Obama wins I will undoubtedly be happy, but I won't create some thread and specifically direct it to those who voted for McCain for the sole purpose of rubbing it in. That said I will definitely be happy about an Obama win and will say as much.

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    Obama, Obama.
    She's presenting like a mandrill!

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    1. Who do you think will win the Presidency?
    Obama
    2. Who do you want to win the Presidency?
    Undecided but leaning Democrat for the presidency and Republican for the senate. I don't particularly think either candidate is amazing. I'm actually pretty disappointed in the federal govt. right now (most people probably are..).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amro View Post
    1. Who do you think will win the Presidency?
    Obama
    2. Who do you want to win the Presidency?
    Undecided but leaning Democrat for the presidency and Republican for the senate. I don't particularly think either candidate is amazing. I'm actually pretty disappointed in the federal govt. right now (most people probably are..).
    I think it's far, far more likely that Obama would lose the presidency then the chances that Republicans would have the majority in either branch of Congress.

    In truth Dems will likely control all 3 branches.

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    Its a tough call but I'm leaning towards thinking Obama will win.

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    If McCain were a democrat, I'd vote for him. If Obama were a Republican, I'd vote for him.

    I think they represent what each opposing party needs.

    Dems are too soft and the GOP has grown to be too radical with it's fundamentalism.

    ...formerly the omnipotent UOD

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    If the McCain of 2000 was a part of this election process he would have made the decision on who would be the better President harder on moderates. Unfortunately the 2008 version is far more right wing.

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