Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Tales Election Day Prediction

We have finally made it to Election Day 2012.  I am so glad it is finally here because I don't know if my heart could have made it any further.  I admit, as much as I see the skewed main stream media polls, with their vast over sampling of Democrats, they are starting to give me heartburn.  But I will say to myself as I say to you, "let not your heart be troubled."

We will prevail. Mitt Romney will be the 45th president of the United States of America.

Tales predicts it will be: Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan with 50.5%
                                       Barack Obama/Joe Biden with 48.5%
                                       other   1%


Final Electoral College prediction: R 295- O 243
On my post a couple of days ago  I predicted it would be 301-237 in Romney's favor, but when the great Michael Barone has said that he thinks Obama will win Nevada, the one state in the post I said I was shaky about, I will modify my prediction and give Nevada to Obama.  That takes those 6 electoral votes out of the Romney side but it still shows a healthy win for Romney.  Tales is still hopeful for Pennsylvania, but will put it's highly esteemed reputation on this final prediction.


Tales sees the "battleground/toss up states" lining up like this:

Romney wins:
Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, New Hampshire, Ohio, Colorado, Wisconsin, Arizona, Iowa

Obama wins: Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Minnesota


Romney/Ryan 2012!

6 comments:

stanchaz said...

Paul Ryan (does that guy have a vested interest?) says that
Mr. Romney will  make a great President.
I agree- Romney WILL indeed be a very great President - -for the super-rich.
But at least Hurricane Sandy has done of us all a favor-
by causing us to focus on Romney's skewed thinking:
Consider Romney’s advice for storm & disaster survivors:
"Don’t be a victim, and stop looking for handouts!"
And.... ask your parents for help!
Heck, Romney will dismantle FEMA and the EPA 
(= more $$$ for his people/corporations).
Leave it to the states, he says. 
Yeah, sure. The damage from Katrina was FOUR times Louisiana’a state budget!
Maybe Romney will make us dams.... out of his used Etch-A-Sketches?
What we need is a tidal wave.......of voters.....
 to sweep these kind of guys out of power.
THAT is the BEST way to help the victims of present and future Sandys.
...AND ....the best way to help yourself, and your family.
Obama does not dismiss 47% of America like Romney.
Obama says: This is not a Republican America. 
This is not a Democratic America.
This is the UNITED States of America.
p.s. This is not mere rhetoric. For in many ways, Mitt Romney's opposition to federal disaster relief programs is what the election is all about.
 President Barack Obama supports using government to help those in a crisis get back on their feet.  Mitt Romney believes that government 
has no role in helping people who are dealing with disaster.  Those two very different views of America's future are on the ballot next week. 
Your choice.    Choose well.    Choose as if your life depended on it. 
Because some day.....it just might.
We know from Mitt's values (or lack of them) that he's not a Christian.
But heck, he's not even a Mormon. Come on Mitt, let’s be honest: 
YOUR REAL GODS ARE MONEY AND GREED.
And your saints are those who have the most money
..... those who want to BUY this ELECTION - and this COUNTRY
     ......and FORGET the rest of us.
They try to drown us out with their dollars. 
But WE still have a voice. And it’s called our VOTE.
We need a President for ALL the people -
NOT a President of the wealthy, by the wealthy, 
and for the wealthy.
And for sure, that AIN’T you Mitt.....

Big Mike said...

So, Stanchaz you want a president that is for all the people...and you think that is president Obama????

With all due respect, your tired [old] Obama talking points and frankly your anti Mormon bigotry is not convincing to vote against Romney or for Obama.

You are correct we need a president for all the people. That makes it clear. We must elect Mitt Romney!

bradley said...

With all due respect stanchaz, and i do respect your right to be wrong, how's it feel to have more than doubled the deficit for your children, doubled the black unemployment, more than doubled gas prices, have more people unemployed than 2008,given us a foreign policy fiasco, had more al quada attacks on us since 2008 than 2001-2008, been lied to about the ineptness of the libyan tragedy (if you watch only msnbc you probably never heard of benghazi!), have no new nuclear plants or refineries since 2008, promoted israeli hate throughout the middle east by promoting muslim brotherhood, etc etc---how's that all working out for the middle class--- also, assuming you work and hope you do have a job, did a government dependant poor person hire you, i doubt it!!

Anonymous said...

It's far too late for me to argue a point. The world is awaiting to see if more government will bring this great nation down. If President Obama wins by vote or by manipulation, the evidence will be felt very very quickly. And it will be too late for our Republic. Period. We just need to use our one vote and encourage others to vote. Michael, you sure have a good and honest blog. Common Sense.

God Bless America
Krissy in ATX

Big Mike said...

Thank you Krissy. Thank God there are patriots like you fighting to save our Republic.
May God put his arms around America today and put wisdom in the voters so they do not let this land blessed by him remain as an exceptional country.

Big Mike said...

That teaches me to type in my small screen I phone. If course, I meant in last reply that I pray we do remain as the exceptional country blessed by God.
:-)