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    http://www.examiner.com/article/mitt...ing-state-poll

    MMM, This map has Romney 283 and Obama 255 in electoral votes . Obama can't even get a 50% approval rating ..ha,ha,All responses in this survey were obtained before the first debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTIMADATOR2007 View Post
    Obama has been exposed as the fraud he is on national TV, The race for president will not be close ...Romney in a landslide !

    keep digging that hole...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAlex View Post
    That too....

    In fact, right now most of the Swing states are leaning towards Obama, including Ohio which is at 51 -46 Obama as of Oct. 4.

    And guess what.....The GOP has NEVER won the white house without Ohio!

    And no president has won re-election with unemployment above 6% except Ronny and young man Obama isnt Ronny.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by duwal View Post
    keep digging that hole...
    I'm digging and I'll be here election day to eat my words or Gloat like you've never seen ...lol..
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTIMADATOR2007 View Post
    I'm digging and I'll be here election day to eat my words or Gloat like you've never seen ...lol..
    Those polls have Michigan leaning Romney? He pulled his money from Michigan last month (he may infuse a bit now). I still don't think Michigan or PA (and I'm a PA resident, so I have ears to the ground here) goes for Romney. His surge in the polls will likely be short-lived, as all poll surges are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pghin08 View Post
    Where are our "polls are biased" people?
    The sampling in this poll is pretty even in terms of key demographics, but only 74% polled are likely voters and 79% are registered voters. Thus, I wouldn't put a ton of weight in it. It does show that Romney has the momentum though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AUTaxMan View Post
    The sampling in this poll is pretty even in terms of key demographics, but only 74% polled are likely voters and 79% are registered voters. Thus, I wouldn't put a ton of weight in it. It does show that Romney has the momentum though.
    He definitely does, but this will probably only be short-term, like all bumps at this stage. There's only one poll that counts though. Like all elections, I think the media wants to make the race as close as possible (close race = more paper sales + better ratings). No matter, the debate was just the boost that Romney really needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTIMADATOR2007 View Post
    I'm digging and I'll be here election day to eat my words or Gloat like you've never seen ...lol..
    In other words, you don't really care what happens to the country before or after election day, you just want to WIN!

    That's what's wrong with America, folks. More emphasis on winning the election than fixing the problem, and people buy into it so easily. It's sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickabee View Post
    In other words, you don't really care what happens to the country before or after election day, you just want to WIN!

    That's what's wrong with America, folks. More emphasis on winning the election than fixing the problem, and people buy into it so easily. It's sad.
    You are wrong. In his view, Romney's winning does more to "fix the problem" than Obama's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AUTaxMan View Post
    You are wrong. In his view, Romney's winning does more to "fix the problem" than Obama's.
    Sure, sure. Americans are more worried about who's going to do a better job than who's going to win. That's why everyone has been focused on election day for the past 4 years. That's why the only difference between political rallies and tailgate parties is the logos on the shirts. That's why INTIMIDATOR talks so much about how Romney is going to win, but says nothing of what Romney is going to do.
    It's also why neither Romney nor Obama has really told us what they intend to do if they win. It's not because nobody cares. It's not because election day is "Superbowl Lite", no, it's because Americans genuinely care about where the country is headed. That's why they spend more time on election polling than asking any questions. That's why each candidate spends more time trying to be a stereotype of wherever he is today, instead of telling the people how they will lead the country.

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