Though votes are still being tallied, President Obama is all but assured a victory in Florida because the lion’s share of the outstanding ballots come from Democratic-heavy counties. Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by 58,055 votes — or 49.92 percent to 49.22 — but there just aren’t enough votes from Republican areas to allow the challenger to catch up.
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Romney actually got less votes than McCain did in 2008. If this trend continues, it'll be Biden 524 - Christie 14 in 2016.
I see the GOP executing the exact same gameplan in 2016, only propping up a minority candidate like Rubio in an attempt to offset the minority vote. They tried this year wih Cain, but Rubio is much more qualified and can likely make it through the primaries.
@Steve_in_Tampa I agree. Rubio has already started campaigning. I wonder if the Tea Party will really get behind a non-white candidate, though. I can imagine their struggle -- back the Latin guy, or the fat white guy that shook hands with Obama?
Holy shit... Will that idiot Fez ever shut up? I have to change the channel....again. I just can't handle Fez's idiotic rants and his annoying voice any more. I love the Ron and Pepper show. I can no longer listen to the Ron and Fez show.
I dont even give a shit about the election, but i gotts turn the channel for the 3rd day in a row. Cant stand to listen to fez talk about stuff he doesnt have a clue about as if he accomplished something. If anything he probably lost votes for obama.
In 2000 the eyes of the world were on Florida, I think they do this on purpose.. Now, nobody cares Florida...nobody cares
Ah what a shame, bye bye fucko..take your 50's bullshit morals back to whatever home state you didnt win.
I'm kinda surprised? Although any further tallies are all but irrelevant at this point, the fact that they are both at 49% in my State of newly weds and nearly deads, leads me to believe this Country could have gone either way with these two candidates