I'm predicting that the President will get a second term despite slightly losing the general vote, all due to America's wacky Electoral College system. In other words, the reverse of the Bush/Gore election.

Maybe this will be the impetus to get rid of the wacky Electoral College thing.

What's your prediction?

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Given that Romney is almost totally reviled in Europe, I'm not sure that the company will gain much respect with that label. It might hurt their sales.

This could be a picture for the ages, 1.5 to 3....

It looks like my original prediction is coming true: Obama loses the general vote but wins in The Electoral College. The Republican pundits on CNN are saying that the handwriting is on the wall for the GOP. It can no longer depend on selling points that primarily appeal to older white people.

California will probably tip the balance of the popular vote to Obama. They've only reported 9% of the tally as I write this. 

The next many days should be interesting. The GOP pundits should be offering their opinions to deaf ears, and theists should start looking for the next party to crap on!

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