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Nobody Can Beat Obama in 2012

As long as “Nobody” is a generic Republican. A new Gallup poll finds that an unnamed generic Republican is in a dead heat with Obama for the White House.

From the Gallup poll:

Registered voters are about equally divided as to whether they would more likely vote to re-elect Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, or vote for the Republican candidate.

If Barack Obama Runs for Re-Election in 2012, in General, Are You More Likely to Vote for Obama or for the Republican Party's Candidate for President?

These results are based on a Feb. 1-3 Gallup poll. Forty-four percent of U.S. registered voters say they are more likely to vote for Obama, 42% for the Republican candidate, and the remaining 14% are undecided or would vote for another candidate.

Good news, indeed!

A good, strong Republican candidate will decisively send the Narcissist in Chief back to Chicago. Or Hawaii. Or wherever he is from.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog.

Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

5 Responses to “Nobody Can Beat Obama in 2012”

  1. Venu says:

    Actually, that number (42%) may fluctuate depending on who the nominee is. A lot of people answer that they will vote Republican thinking that the nominee will be the type of person they would vote for. For example, pro-Business voters may well say “Republican” in this poll under the assumption that someone like say Mitt Romney will be the nominee. However, these people may well turn their backs on the party and stay home, vote 3rd party, or vote Obama is someone like Palin is the nominee.

    That’s not a specific insult or compliment to anyone, just an example of how that 42% doesn’t guarantee anything. That said, there’s nothing in this poll for Obama to take comfort in.

  2. Tom White says:

    Not sure what this poll said in 2008, but I would assume this is a dramatic turnaround from then.

    It is shocking to me to see polls like these this soon after Carville called Time of Death on the Republican Party in 2008.

    Looks like his prediction of 40 years of Democratic dominance will be considerably overestimated.

    But looking back over the last few decades, two years out until the primaries, most years neither party had a clue who the nominee would be at this point (except the ones running for reelection). Who saw Reagan? Carter, even? Clinton, Bush, McCain, Obama? As I recall, we were all concentrating on politicians that were already on the national scene. And these folks rarely make the cut.

    I would feel safe predicting all of the “front runners” today will be watching a relatively unknown (at this point) campaign.

    While I like Huck, Palin, Mitt, and some of the others, it is sort of like predicting the Super Bowl winner 2 years out. Even Detroit is in play.

  3. Don Burton says:

    I believe he can be beaten and will if he does not live up to his promises. I also believe he was elected for his words alone and he will not get elected again by his actions. He will ruin any chance for another African American forever if he lies to the people. Americans have had enough and I believe that a revolution is bruing. We are tired of lies.

  4. Brilliant! I enjoy miley and her innovative album. I’d need to say that either Every Rose Has Its Thorn or Can’t Be Tamed are most likely my favorite songs. Little girl’s matured from her Hannah Montana days!

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Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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