I don't necessarily want Romney to win, but I did correctly predict (I still believe) that he would...like 10 months ago. How did I do it? I used statistics related to the only thing people care about when they vote for a president, which shouldn't hardly be part of their presidential voting decision - the economy.
I then began charting these statistics out alongside presidential election results from the Truman re-election onward, found the one with the highest probability of correlation, and posted it.
And no one cared.
Ultimately, I'm OK with that, but it's not like the idea was revolutionary once it was able to be reviewed by anyone who has lived through an election or two and paid attention to it, and even if it ends up being wrong, it was a lot better than "Mitt Romney is an asshole, so he can't win", because in my understanding of how these things usually go, being an asshole improves your chances by like 10 fold.
So, who do I need to fuck around here so an idea like mine can get some consideration and I'm no longer forced to be subject to the chronicles of the coked-out-stripper on the home page, because while the 1st time around it was gutsy and well written, now I'm at the point where if she doesn't coke up and strip for me, I don't wanna fucking hear about it any longer.
Anyway, this concludes a stupid meta-post. Don't let the door hit ya in the ass on the way out.