Newt or Romney?
Romney or Obama?
Obama or Newt?
I am hoping that Newt Gingrich wins the Republican nomination. For several reasons. None of which are "Newt is the best possible choice for President of the United States."
There are so many pundits out there offering their 'expertise' on the matter. I disagree with most of the assumptions that are made, and therefore the reasoning behind the opinions of the pundits. Most of the time, they have to deal with the lowest common denominator. But, as it turns out, it is not that type of math.
Do you think Newt will beat Romney?
Do you think Newt can beat Obama?
Do you think Romney can beat Obama?
How much of it comes down to the campaigns? How much of it comes down to the perception of the economy?
If you are a Liberal - the answer in the General Election is clear.
If you are a Conservative - the answer in the General Election is clear.
So our future will come down to:
1) The people who don't have a political belief system
2) Who shows up to vote
[If you have made up your mind, and it was easy - does it blow your mind that some people can't decide, or that the election will go no more than 54%-46%, and that would be considered a landslide?]
People will have to decide who they want to vote for, and other people will have to decide if they are going to vote. How they go about that is where the water gets murky:
My response to each of your questions is: Maybe
The art of eating over the sink is essential for a bachelor. No guy really wants to dirty a dish and you can drink directly from bottles. I don't know if that is a metaphor for anything political, but it might be.
I think its efficient, and is a choice made by a consumer (of food)...I like it.
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