Kurly writes in The Florida Voices: Seven Observations about the Presidential Election
Published in The Florida Voices on 10/28/2012
“I pulled up to the gas station Sunday to fill up at $3.99 a gallon and wondered why the Romney camp is not placing signs at every filling station in this country stating “Tired of paying double the price a gallon than 4 years ago? Vote Romney.” The gas price issue, as well as the immense profits that the energy industry has made during the first Obama term, has not been as big an issue as it should have been and if Romney loses, it’s because he didn’t play up this issue enough.”
Yet, even if Bloomberg is right, I don’t want him or any government leader to limit
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by Steven Kurlander
Thoughts about upcoming election:
With one week to go, the 2012 presidential election is drawing to a close, instead of making an endorsement of a candidate like most writers, I would like to give you some random thoughts:
1. At this point, I don’t think that there are many voters who have not made up their minds who they are voting for — or who they are voting against.
The election is, in practical terms, over already. Close to a majority of voters in many states have already taken advantage of absentee ballots and early voting, so messaging to them is a big waste. No matter how many millions of dollars will be spent on advertising this week, people have already made up their mind.
I’d bet that 99.99 percent of Americans are tuning out the messaging from both mainstream media and social media …Continue Reading | Contact Kurly
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