Election 2012: Romney and Rubio ticket will win against Obama.

Election 2012: Romney and Rubio ticket will win against Obama.

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Sahit Muja: Election 2012: Romney and Rubio ticket will win against Obama.

Gov Romney has clearly become the candidate most likely to be able to beat Obama, and his business an political experience make him the best candidate able to repair our damaged economy

America needs a Leader with the depth of experience and business expertise of Mitt Romney to restore our economy and our standing in the world.

I trust Romney to deliver the simpler, smaller, smarter government he proposes

Romney is the most calm, rational personality, thoughtful, mature and respectful.

He is also the most moderate candidate, who can win over Independents and many Democrats.

In addition, he's been married for forty years and has a wife who would make a great first lady, educated, attractive, respectable and well spoken.

The other GOP candidates are too right extreme, too flaky and emotional, or are carrying too much personal or financial scandal baggage.

Senator Marco Rubio He's young, dynamic, smart, handsome, and well-spoken.

The conservative superstar Senator Marco Rubio will bring along the Hispanic vote, the elder Floridians and more moderates.

This next election will be won or lost in just seven states.

The following states are swing states, meaning that the outcome right now is about 50/50 democrat vs republican.

Florida(29), Pennsylvania (20), North Carolina(15) , Virginia (13), Colorado (9), Nevada. (6) and New Mexico (5).

The rest of the states, based on recent polls are quite predictable as either likely democrat or likely republican.

The republican ticket which is now most likely to beat Obama would be Romney and Rubio.

Rubio will lock in Flaorida. and will help with the Hispanic vote, which might also be enough to bring Colorado (9), Nevada (6) and New Mexico (5).

Sahit Muja

President and CEO

Albanian Minerals

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