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We have grown unaccustomed to presidential landslides. The three most lopsided presidentialraces since 1988 fell short of the conventional definition of a landslide,which would be a ten-point difference in the popular vote between the winner of the election and thenext-closest candidate...
But that landslide drought could end this November. Economic conditions produce landslides - prosperity propelled Reagan and Eisenhower, for example, to huge re-election wins in 1984 and 1956.Economic distress affects voters even more...
How bad was this midterm defeat?..
Obama is notably ignoring all the evidence of public unhappiness and promises to keep doing more of what he has been doing before...
Landslides often sneak up on pundits. Although StuartRothenberg has just declared Obama the "narrow underdog" in his re-election bid, the situation for Obama and his party may be much worse than that. We may be about to see the first presidential landslide in 28 years.
Thanks for the link to the whole article as it got me so interested to the point that I just wanted to read the whole thing. Not only was it interesting for me, but also informative.
Anyways, it is possible a land slide could happen if Barry keeps these shenanigans up.
__________________ "Make no mistake, abortion-on-demand is not a right granted by the Constitution. No serious scholar, including one disposed to agree with the Courtís result, has argued that the framers of the Constitution intended to create such a right. Despite the formidable obstacles before us, we must not lose heart."
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