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Romney Predicts Big McCain Win Tomorrow. What Do You Predict?

When I saw Mitt Romney speak to a small group of the Republican faithful in Columbus, Ohio today, he didn’t shy away from making a bold election prediction:

I think Ohio’s going to surprise a lot of people tomorrow by delivering the state for John McCain.

I hear there’s a million people who’re gonna gather in Chicago for some celebration with Barack Obama. I want them to know it’s going to be a long, cold night, because we’re going to be celebrating.

Do you feel that bold? Are you ready to predict the results of the presidential election of November 4, 2008?

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Now tell me why.

9 comments to Romney Predicts Big McCain Win Tomorrow. What Do You Predict?

  • I’ve seen too much happen in past elections to be certain about what will happen in this one. I’ll be authentically on edge tomorrow night.

  • ok let me start ok i think that obama should win because i think he is not old so that he could die fast & vote again so & “vote[YES 0N PR0P 8]“

  • Proposition 8 would make coherence voluntary, apparently.

  • Tom

    At the polls this morning in a line of more than 100 people, the Republican handing out “sample ballots” and other campaign literature had a hard time getting any takers.

  • Andy

    even if the president dies, there would be no revote, Guzman.

  • JackD

    Without the shenanigans of past elections, I’d say Obama at about 68% of the popular vote. Why? Aside from Rove predicting a 60% Obama landslide and Dixville Notch giving Obama 71% (voting Democrat for the first time since 1968), it’s mostly a gut feel. Long-time conservative Republicans in my family are staunchly for Obama and against McCain.

    With shenanigans, though, all bets are off…

  • Red

    Why do I predict? To fuck with dumbass online polls that don’t mean jackshit. What the fuck is this, ESPN or some other lame corporate-owned site? The choice is an illusion, so who gives a flying fuck what anyone “thinks” in some meaningless exercise in drivel?

  • Jim

    Well, golly, Red, it must be hard being so strongly disappointed by those around you. It’s an opportunity for you to express your opinion, and for you to read others’ opinion. The quality of the content of those opinions is proportional to the quality of thought. It must be painful for the opportunity to present itself to you so annoyingly. Please try to carry on as best you can.

  • TN Kid

    My 11-year-old son feels very strongly about McCain/Pailin winning. And after a comment he made this morning, I think he may be on to something. The conversation went like this:

    Mom: Son, did you know Barack Obama’s grandmother passed away last night?
    Son: No, Mom, I didn’t know that.
    Mom: I heard it on the news late last night.
    Son: Well…I guess that means one less vote for Obama.

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