You not only "said who would win," you brayed about it being as sure an thing as the sun coming up in the morning, and while doing it you called the President every vile name the terms of service would allow you to get away with. The total absence of a link to reality in your rants against the President (the absurd claim he's a Marxist is enough) puts everything else you might say into question.
You have no credibility, and what's worse you lack the wit to accept your error gracefully.
The latest Republican spin, that hurricane Sandy somehow affected the race, is just typical right wing myth making.
Look at Nate Silver's blog on the NY times. Obama was widening his lead on Romney before the hurricane, and there was not a significant change after Sandy.
And please, spare me the "Nate Silver and the NY times are liberals in the tank for Obama" retort. Silver just gets this things right time after time.
Ignoring the poll numbers before and after Sandy is like saying the planet isn't getting warmer or that evolution isn't a fact.
What is this group doing? It was the second link in my search the first was a liberal blog with links to multiple conservative pieces pre election citing democrat election fraud as rampent!
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