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Old April 26th, 2012, 02:35 PM
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US Presidential Elections

Who wins ?

I dont feel Obama will get a second term,what are your views
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Who wins ?

I dont feel Obama will get a second term,what are your views
Romney and Obama have almost the same policies . It will be interesting to see who will be able to sell it more
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Re: US Presidential Elections

But media is speculating that it will be Mitt Romney who will be the next president
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Romney and Obama have almost the same policies . It will be interesting to see who will be able to sell it more
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But media is speculating that it will be Mitt Romney who will be the next president
for every media you are looking at there is a different media projecting Obama win

I saw a very good analytic platform which is doing it in real time . according to this yes, Obama might be in the low .
http://electionwatch.enm.bris.ac.uk/...012/index.html
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for every media you are looking at there is a different media projecting Obama win

I saw a very good analytic platform which is doing it in real time . according to this yes, Obama might be in the low .
http://electionwatch.enm.bris.ac.uk/...012/index.html
Who would the Indian Americans want to win...?? And why...??
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Who would the Indian Americans want to win...?? And why...??

Most don't vote. Just like India. Typical Indian upper middle class mentality. Mere ek vote se kya fark padnewaala hai attitude.

From the rest,

Majority are with Democrats. Ask them why?
They don't have answer. Only thing they will say, Oh! they are better than republican. WTF?
They don't even know the policies of each party.

If you see/think in detail, Democrats are ditto like Kaangress, and Republicans are like BJP.

Dems are liberal, and Republicans are conservative.
Dems kiss lower/poor and middle class's (working class) ass to garner votes.
Republicans kiss conservative religious ppl's and Business's ass.

American desis, generally support BJP in India, but here they go after Dems.
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Re: US Presidential Elections

I'm going to vote for Romney. Hope he wins.
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Re: US Presidential Elections

Romney will win.

Obama effect has blown over America.

My only hope is that clown Ron Paul gets no showing anywhere.
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