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Guest prediction: Romney will win big

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The 2012 presidential campaign has finally reached the last leg of a very long journey, and it’s now the last-minute sprint to the finish line. The answer as to who will win this election is quite clear.

Governor Mitt Romney has since the first debate in October been gaining steam. He’s proven himself time and again to be the leader this country needs, and it seems evident that Romney will become the 45th president of the United States of America on January 20, 2013.

After a careful study and deep analysis of the electoral map, news articles and columns, it is my belief that the former Massachusetts governor will capture the battleground states of Pennsylvania (20), New Hampshire (4), Ohio (18), Wisconsin (10), Iowa (6), Virginia (13), Florida (29), North Carolina (15), Colorado (9), Michigan (16) and Maine’s 2nd District, pulling him to the top.  In total, Romney will win 331 electoral votes (or 33 states), with the possibility of capturing Nevada (6) and New Mexico (5).

Despite the national mainstream media calling this a very tight race between Romney and Obama, let’s look at another more recent race that occurred in Wisconsin. In The Badger State, the state media also called the June recall election between republican Governor Scott Walker and Mayor Tom Barrett (D-Milwaukee) a race too close to call. Yet, in the end, Walker trounced his opponent by 7 percent. Why did the press and the polls get it so wrong in Wisconsin? It looks like the national media and the polling companies are also adhering to the same game plan as in Wisconsin. Or is it that the polls are not as good as they’re purported to be?

By Lee Anthony Nieves, guest contributor

Lee Anthony Nieves is a conservative libertarian political commentator and frequent Being Latino contributor. He resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Comments

  1. I think the only way he will win is because people won’t and others can’t vote. Especially after Sandy. Poling places are a mess and people wont give a rats pa-toot about voting is they are still without electricity or a place to live.
    I know my head would be in a zillion places. The lameness of this races would not make me want to stand for hours in a line to vote.
    With that said I am out of the country and did vote. I hope that those that can .. will.

  2. david quintana says:

    So you present no logic or give reasons to support your prediction but accuse the media of doing the same. All you done is show us the level of your stupidity. Hay raza hay que dejar de presumir lo pendejo.

  3. Lydia Rivera says:

    Are you kidding he is not winning Mr Obama is thank you

  4. OBAMA 4 more years

  5. OBAMA#12

  6. If Romney wins then he probably won thru vote cheats… Why would anyone vote for a liar n’ a mormon?!?!? Obama/Biden 2012!!!

  7. Reading Rasmussen and listening to FOXNews does not constitute “careful study and deep analysis of the electoral map”. Nice try, though. All other indicators seem to tell another tale.

  8. Obama 2012

  9. Good article Lee but I’m afraid you’re quite mistaken on this prediction.

  10. OBAMA all the way!!!!!

  11. I think most latinos are smarter than that.. He (romney) doesn’t give a crap about us. Caught in so many lies…is that how you want to re i am teaching my son not to lie how damaging it is to his character as a person…yet he witnesses the candidate lie like that on a national stage?

  12. And if Romney wins Ohio, it may have something to do with the fact that his son (with a really weird name, I can’t even remember it, Twigg, or something of the sort) OWNS many of the polling machines. :-)

  13. Why would anyone vote for a Mormon? The day has barely begun and that has to be the most idiotic thing I will read today. At least I hope so…

  14. GaryJohnson2012!

  15. We just have to wait till tomorrow to see…only a few hours left of this madness and Obama will continue to be our president and Latinos will make history by voting in record numbers!

  16. Mitt Romney has attended the Bilderberg group this past year.
    He is probably in the agenda for the world.
    He will likely be selected to be president of the US
    by the Elite of Bilderberg that control the world.
    “Presidents are selected, not elected” – Franklin D Roosevelt.

  17. very very scary

  18. @ William Bolanos: Thanks for voting your conscience and not buying into the BS, even though it looks like you’ve got your tinfoil hat on, as well.

  19. Obama wins tomorrow!!

  20. And yet another Latino journalist on a team that never wanted him…

  21. Obama all day !!!

  22. We’re all entitled to our opinions (aka in-depth analysis). After reading this article, it ensured me that I can’t trust Romney. I know all politicians will bend the truth and lie but Mitt being savvy about his taxes raises a lot of questions, especially if he’s running for president. If he was just another millionaire, I wouldn’t care because it’s expected. However, as president; I do care.

    http://politics.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981730200

  23. Man the political balance is abundantly clear here. And we even have Bilderberg conspiracies and anti-Mormonism! Go Romney!

  24. Go Rom!!!!

  25. Bilderberg Conspiracy? Or Bilderberg Truth?
    http://youtu.be/DcHszo89ugc

  26. Lee Anthony Nieves is entitled to his opinion. Hopefully, he is wrong. Mitt Romney and company are not for the middle class Americans.

  27. I didn’t know that marijuana was legal in North Carolina. Nieves must be smoking something.

  28. ElJefe says:

    This guy should never write an article again. Is he Serious. LOL This has to be a joke.

    The only votes Romney will get from Latinos is the Cuban vote but that won’t be enough.

    Mexican Americans who are almost 2/3 of the Hispanic/Latino Population and vote in the Southwest states of Texas, New Mexico, California, Nevada, Colorado and Arizona will vote for Obama and he will probably get 70 to 80% of the Mexican American vote.

    Puerto Ricans will also be voting for Obama. Again majority of Puerto Ricans will vote for Obama. Republicans tried to stop Sonia Sotomayor from becoming a supreme court justice. Even Marco Rubio voted against her and Romney said she wasn’t qualified and would vote against her.

    Majority of Central Americans, Peruvians, Colombians, Venezuelans will also be voting for Obama.

    78% of Dominicans say they support Obama.

    After the election people will see the break down of the Hispanic vote.

  29. Carlos Coello says:

    Nieves, you and Romney are LOOSERS! Get a life, and get lost.

  30. “After a careful study and deep analysis of the electoral map, news articles and columns, it is my belief that the former Massachusetts governor will capture the battleground states of Pennsylvania (20), New Hampshire (4), Ohio (18), Wisconsin (10), Iowa (6), Virginia (13), Florida (29), North Carolina (15), Colorado (9), Michigan (16) and Maine’s 2nd District, pulling him to the top. In total, Romney will win 331 electoral votes (or 33 states), with the possibility of capturing Nevada (6) and New Mexico (5).”

    BUUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  31. Carlos Coello says:

    Where is Nieves? I want to know who will win the super bowl next year….hahaha.

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