I'm not sure what "take back the initiative" means in this context. Seems to me 
she needs to make the most of her inherent advantages and not eff up. It's more 
likely Trump who will jump the shark; we haven't yet seen reaction to his 
"birther" stunt reflected in the polls. Finally, "momentum" per se isn't really 
germane at this stage of the campaign; things change too rapidly, and momentum 
tends to swing back and forth. 

 I understand the impulse to reconcile oneself to the worst before one can 
possibly be sure it's going to happen. If it makes you more emotionally 
comfortable, OK, but I hope it doesn't keep you from doing whatever you can to 
keep the worst from happening (not much in Iowa, as you say) rather than just 
giving up.



 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 This is the way I see it: say two runners are competing in a one-mile race. 
For the first three laps, one of them is clearly ahead. But then on the last 
lap, the other runner starts to catch up. With just half a lap to go, he pulls 
level. I would say that then he is "on course" to win, because he has the 
momentum and only has to keep on doing what he is doing in order to win. At the 
moment, I can't see that Hillary is going to be able to take back the 
initiative. So my prediction is a narrow victory for Trump in the Electoral 
College and the narrowest of margins in his favor in the popular vote. I am 
trying to reconcile myself to a Trump presidency. Maybe it won't be so bad, 
although the signs are not encouraging. I am, by the way, totally embarrassed 
at living in a state, Iowa, that looks like it will emphatically go with Trump. 
It's sad and incomprehensible to me.    

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 feste, he really isn't "on course to win." He's on course to give Hillary a 
run for her money, but at this point most experts are giving her a 
significantly (albeit not overwhelmingly) better chance. 



 ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 I agree it is hilarious and absurd. However, sometimes people can be right for 
all the wrong reasons. 

I am also predicting a Trump victory, although I have neither the robes nor the 
beard. After Election Day, I sincerely hope you will be able to mock and 
ridicule me for being wrong. But unless something dramatic happens, Trump is on 
course to win. 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote :


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <hepa7@...> wrote :


 DONALD TRUMP WILL BE THE PRESIDENT | Sadhu Sundar Selvaraj | Prophecy | 2016 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqMDSURQPuU Lancaster Prophetic Conference | 
2016 Session 10 Courtesy: ShekinahWorshipTV 

 View on www.youtube.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqMDSURQPuU 
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 This is one of funniest things I have ever watched. Hilarious. Now this guy 
can take off peach robes and fake beard and hair and reveal himself as Chris 
Christie. Snort. I think the Trump campaign should use this as their next 
election ad.

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