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Published: Monday, Aug. 11 2014 9:40 a.m. MDT

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Objectified
Richfield, UT

Interesting that while Democrats are now trying to distance themselves from president Obama in record numbers, Republicans are actively seeking Romney's support in Congressional races.

That only verifies the fact of how differently the last presidential election would end had it been held now instead of 2 years ago. Obama barely won the popular vote 2 years ago and has since lost much of what he had back then.
55 out of 55 counties in Virginia in support of Romney is very impressive.

The more people are continuing to learn of Obama, the lower his popularity and poll numbers fall. It's also finally coming to light that Michelle Obama and senior advisor Valerie Jarrett are the ones actually calling the shots in the White House. Barrack pretty much does whatever they tell him to do. Do some further in-depth research for verification. The book "The Amateur" by Edward Kline is a good place to start.

It appears that only a relatively small number of low-information and/or ill-informed rhetorical people are still left in support of Obama. Even many of them are now learning that the truth can sometimes hurt.

GaryO
Virginia Beach, VA

Hey Objectified –

“That only verifies the fact of how differently the last presidential election would end had it been held now instead of 2 years ago.”

Lol

That’s more wishful thinking on your part . . . Reminds me of how Glenn Beck and Karl Rove predicted an overwhelming Romney victory in 2012.

It seems that fantasies are all that sustains the Republican Party these days.

A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

Romney 2016.

If only we could be so blessed....

Copacetic
Logan, UT

@ GaryO:

It's surprising to learn from you first-hand that you've been reading so ardently about and consequently must be a real fan of both Karl Rove and Glenn Beck. But as such, that indicates you are moving up in your choice of literary political reading. Congratulations.

BTW: The results of a would-be reelection is not "Objectives" wishful thinking at all. Recent national polls have shown it's now an undisputed fact that Romney would beat Obama in a new election, if that reelection were held today. And not just beat him, but trounce him by double digits. Several different national polls have shown the same result. As such, it's factual.

Sorry, Gary. But those are real numbers that indicate real facts... whether you like them or not, and whether you believe them or not.
You could easily keep from getting as much egg on your face if you would simply do a bit more reading and research before responding to some of the comments that you do. As it often is now, the LOL you bring up is usually on you.

Objectified
Richfield, UT

@ GaryO:

As of this moment, your comment is once again the only one still without a "like" from any readers. Perhaps that should give you reason for pause and reflection. You are obviously part of a fringe and disparate political element that most DN readers simply can't relate to.

You are so obsessed with hate and malicious feelings toward Republicans and Conservatives with your daily noisome rhetoric that you seem to have lost almost all sense of objectiveness regarding most of your statements. In fact, many of them end up having to be removed.

Please slow down and try to rethink things from a more rational and less imprecated viewpoint. If you can get to the point, it might even be fun to maintain some sort of ongoing political dialog with you. But not until.

GaryO
Virginia Beach, VA

Hey Copacetic –

Thanks for reaching out.

“ . . . it's now an undisputed fact that Romney would beat Obama in a new election . . .”

Uh huh . . . Whenever a “Conservative” uses the term “undisputed fact,” I know the claim is very much in dispute.

Your “reading and research” undoubtedly centers around Right-Wing propaganda outlets. You’re not getting much in the way of facts. (I just visit them for fun, not for facts.)

And although it is true that Obama’s approval rating is low, nothing (other than wishful thinking and bogus “facts”) shows that Americans would prefer Romney. Americans have already spoken on that.

Hey Objectified –

“As of this moment, your comment is once again the only one still without a "like" from any readers.”

I’m devastated . . . Nah, just kidding.

I know you don’t like it, but the facts are facts. And all your wishful thinking will not change that.

I don’t see how you can voice your views in a national forum and think that no one should disagree.

Do you think your 1st amendment rights supersede mine?

FT
salt lake city, UT

For all those Romney supporters still out there, how come the state that knew him the best, Massuchuetts, overwhelming supported BO? Mitt left the only elected postion he had with a 35% approval rating, well below BO's current national rating. If the election were held today, the results would have been the same. As soon as Mitt and the GOP opened their mouths the public would have been turned off.

Furry1993
Ogden, UT

@A Guy With A Brain 12:59 p.m. Aug. 11, 2014

Romney 2016.

If only we could be so blessed....

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I didn't realize you're a Democrat. Once the people saw (again) what Romney really is, the Democratic candidate would get a HUGE boost.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

I've forgotten. Just what are the constitutional conditions that allow a "do-over" presidential election? If there is no such thing, then why objectified & co. talking as though we could have one any day? Sounds like a low-information proposal to me.

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