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Las Vegas Sees Obama Second Term as Solid. Wanna Bet?

• Sportsbook.com
I started here looking at the odds for Republican Nomination, and laughed:
 
 
Team Lines
2012 Republican Party presidential nomination - Odds to Win (All Bets Action) Lines at Sportsbooks
Michael Bloomberg 15-1
 
Mike Huckabee 7-1
 
Mitch Daniels 5-1
 
Mitt Romney 5-2
 
Newt Gingrich 12-1
 
Ron Paul 20-1
 
Rudolph Giuliani 30-1
 
Sarah Palin 12-1
 
Tim Pawlenty 5-1
 
Bobby Jindal 25-1
 
Charlie Crist 25-1
 
David Petraeus 25-1
 
Jeb Bush 25-1
 
John Boehner 12-1
 
John McCain 30-1
 
Jon Huntsman 12-1
 
Jon Thune 12-1
 
Mark Sanford 30-1
 
Daniels or Pawlenty!?!  I was amazed.

3 Comments in Response to

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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It's a REPORT, Oh Grand Dumbass.  What do you want, hand signals!?!

My laughter was generated by the idea that Mitch Daniels and Tim Pawlenty are the tying front-runners with the best odds in the GOP list; but that is questionable by Romney having the best GOP odds in the overall list.

That, and the cumulative list of those with 50 to 1 odds...  Humor abounds.

As for a 'bet', I'd rather spend my fiat money on spray paint - it has a better return value. 

Comment by Powell Gammill
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My prediction--and I am notoriously wrong--is that Obama will not run for re-election or will withdraw in a similar manner as Johnson did leaving the Dems in a hole with less than a year to go before the election.  Just waiting to s whom the TLC endorses.

Comment by Doug Nusbaum
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He laughed, but I do not see where he put up any money. He could bet on Obama to loose, but he did not do that. All mouth 


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