Obama Leads Romney By 9 Points

Obama Leads Romney By 9 Points

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“Ignorance is not Patriotism.”

Since: Dec 11

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#1 Sep 30, 2012
No Republican presidential candidate has ever captured victory without the help of Ohio. Mitt Romney's road to continuing that trend was hit with another uphill poll on Sunday.

A Columbus Dispatch survey shows the former Massachusetts governor trailing President Barack Obama by nine points, 51 percent to 42 percent. The Dispatch notes that this is the fifth recent poll showing Romney trailing by at least five points in the Buckeye State.
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Saint Louis, MO

#2 Sep 30, 2012
How many towns are you posting this stuff on?
Polls don't me squat.
47%

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Sep 30, 2012
blah blah blah wrote:
How many towns are you posting this stuff on?
Polls don't me squat.
Answer: What is the line Republicans say when the polls are not in their favor.

Since: Jul 11

Dexter

#4 Sep 30, 2012
Anything Buckwheat posts is never factual.
Wishful thinking

Bell City, MO

#6 Sep 30, 2012
I wish I may I wish I might vote out Obama on that fateful night. If he should win , 4 years of Hell. If he should lose ... You dumbassas will go out and destroy your own sh*t. This says a lot about your intelligence , or lack of. Lol
thinkaboutit

United States

#7 Sep 30, 2012
Buckwheat Rules wrote:
No Republican presidential candidate has ever captured victory without the help of Ohio. Mitt Romney's road to continuing that trend was hit with another uphill poll on Sunday.
A Columbus Dispatch survey shows the former Massachusetts governor trailing President Barack Obama by nine points, 51 percent to 42 percent. The Dispatch notes that this is the fifth recent poll showing Romney trailing by at least five points in the Buckeye State.
Let me be nice Mr. Troll, an unscientific bias poll like that doesnt mean anything you want. The race is close but your 9 points does not add up when compared to the 2010 sweep out of the progressives. Polls arent working for either side right now, things are too different<Too many christians are coming in as new voters to help save the country, your polls dont cover them, sorry.
47%

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Sep 30, 2012
thinkaboutit wrote:
<quoted text>Let me be nice Mr. Troll, an unscientific bias poll like that doesnt mean anything you want. The race is close but your 9 points does not add up when compared to the 2010 sweep out of the progressives. Polls arent working for either side right now, things are too different<Too many christians are coming in as new voters to help save the country, your polls dont cover them, sorry.
Polls are always said to be sampling the wrong demographic or over sampling Democrats when the polls don't return in favor of Republicans. I find it funny the Faux News poll shows Obama leading.
Humor

United States

#9 Sep 30, 2012
[QUOTE who="47%"]<quoted text>Polls are always said to be sampling the wrong demographic or over sampling Democrats when the polls don't return in favor of Republicans. I find it funny the Faux News poll shows Obama leading.[/QUOTE]

So happy you can find some humor with Fox News. That's probably the last smile for awhile.
Mark

Wappapello, MO

#10 Sep 30, 2012
Buckwheat Rules wrote:
No Republican presidential candidate has ever captured victory without the help of Ohio. Mitt Romney's road to continuing that trend was hit with another uphill poll on Sunday.

A Columbus Dispatch survey shows the former Massachusetts governor trailing President Barack Obama by nine points, 51 percent to 42 percent. The Dispatch notes that this is the fifth recent poll showing Romney trailing by at least five points in the Buckeye State.
Woohoo!!!!
Obama!!!!
Yes we can !!!!!!
You just keep right on believing them there polls boy. Hell ifn i was you i wouldn't even bother goin to vote.
Sounds like its a done deal why waste your time.
mark

Chaffee, MO

#11 Oct 1, 2012
I'm not gonna vote, because romney is losing, as a matter of fact i am gonna vote obamma
Mark

Wappapello, MO

#12 Oct 1, 2012
mark wrote:
I'm not gonna vote, because romney is losing, as a matter of fact i am gonna vote obamma
Hell yeah son. "Yes we can!!"
Yeeeeeehaw. Obama. Obama. Obama.
Hes our savior.
Hes done so much for us in his first term i cant wait to give him another 4 years.
Ima get me one of them free disability phones. Hes gonna make my house payments and buy my gasoline. Hell yeah son. Obamas gonna take all the money away from them no good hard workin people and give it to us lazy welfare takin mfrs.
yes we can if we vote him back in.
Guest

Chesterfield, MO

#13 Oct 1, 2012
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>
Hell yeah son. "Yes we can!!"
Yeeeeeehaw. Obama. Obama. Obama.
Hes our savior.
Hes done so much for us in his first term i cant wait to give him another 4 years.
Ima get me one of them free disability phones. Hes gonna make my house payments and buy my gasoline. Hell yeah son. Obamas gonna take all the money away from them no good hard workin people and give it to us lazy welfare takin mfrs.
yes we can if we vote him back in.
Once again, you're talking out your ass. Obama has nothing to do with the phone service provided by "Lifeline". The program was created by Congress with the Telecommunications Act of 1996, although an earlier version of the program was in operation as far back as the early 80ís. It provides an average discount of $9.25/mo on basic service and in some cases a one time installation allowance of up to $100, to eligible low income households. The FCC administers the program, but it is fully funded and always has been by commercial phone service providers. They in turn, can, but donít always, impose a small monthly fee on their regular customers to recoup the cost. Do you morons EVER check the validity of this crap BEFORE you pass it on?
Mark

Wappapello, MO

#14 Oct 1, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>Once again, you're talking out your ass. Obama has nothing to do with the phone service provided by "Lifeline". The program was created by Congress with the Telecommunications Act of 1996, although an earlier version of the program was in operation as far back as the early 80’s. It provides an average discount of $9.25/mo on basic service and in some cases a one time installation allowance of up to $100, to eligible low income households. The FCC administers the program, but it is fully funded and always has been by commercial phone service providers. They in turn, can, but don’t always, impose a small monthly fee on their regular customers to recoup the cost. Do you morons EVER check the validity of this crap BEFORE you pass it on?
Nuh uh!!!
Its all obama!!
Hes our man. The bestest president weve ever had.
Hes the only one who cares about us poor folks. Hes gonna take the money away from those rich people that got rich stealing it from us poor folks.
Yes we can!!! Go obama go !!
Hes the greatest president ever!!!
Spend more money obama. More social programs and handouts. Im too lazy to work and i shouldnt have to. Them rich people got more than they need give me some it. I mean hell, if they got a business we all know they didnt build it anyway. It was obama that paved the roads and built the bridges that allowed them to have that. They owe it to him.
Go obama !!!!! Woo hoo !!!!!
Humor

United States

#15 Oct 1, 2012
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>Nuh uh!!!
Its all obama!!
Hes our man. The bestest president weve ever had.
Hes the only one who cares about us poor folks. Hes gonna take the money away from those rich people that got rich stealing it from us poor folks.
Yes we can!!! Go obama go !!
Hes the greatest president ever!!!
Spend more money obama. More social programs and handouts. Im too lazy to work and i shouldnt have to. Them rich people got more than they need give me some it. I mean hell, if they got a business we all know they didnt build it anyway. It was obama that paved the roads and built the bridges that allowed them to have that. They owe it to him.
Go obama !!!!! Woo hoo !!!!!
Lol, Mark, love it! You're a Master!
blah blah blah

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Oct 1, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Once again, you're talking out your ass. Obama has nothing to do with the phone service provided by "Lifeline". The program was created by Congress with the Telecommunications Act of 1996, although an earlier version of the program was in operation as far back as the early 80ís. It provides an average discount of $9.25/mo on basic service and in some cases a one time installation allowance of up to $100, to eligible low income households. The FCC administers the program, but it is fully funded and always has been by commercial phone service providers. They in turn, can, but donít always, impose a small monthly fee on their regular customers to recoup the cost. Do you morons EVER check the validity of this crap BEFORE you pass it on?
About a week ago, there was a news report about either this program or another one just like it. It showed how people are abusing it. Some of the people had 8 or 9 free cell phones with free minutes. One woman said she could get a free phone every day if she wanted to.

Isn't it amazing how everyone got along just fine before cell phone were invented. Now it's your right to own one at someone elses expense.

By the way, there is a tax on your phone bill to cover this program. Just so you know.
God Bless America

Jackson, MO

#17 Oct 1, 2012
The election polls are a left wing lie ... Obamas Jew masters who run the media are pushing this lie .... dont fall for it ... The real polls show Romney 99% to Obummers 1% Dont let the left steal this like they did in 2008 folks!!!!!!!!!!

Romney/Ryan 2012

Attention all porch monkeys you cant vote untill december the first ... thats the law!
My phone

United States

#18 Oct 1, 2012
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Billy Bob

Florissant, MO

#19 Oct 1, 2012
Most of these idiots that are voting for Obama would vote for Bill Ayers if he were democrat. There mind is closed. They watch the news on the bias news channels that will not report what this man stands for or some of the ridiculous things he does. They are out of touch and will be the first ones to say "what has happened to the USA" in 4 years when it is to late.
Look at your family and your children, is this what you want for them? I guess it is for the sake of not being a racist...I will never understand the closed minds of liberals. I growed up a democrate myself, but in the last 15 to 20 years I realized these people were a buch of crazys that does not have the best interest of this country at heart. Think about it when you go in to vote and think real,real hard.
thinkaboutit

United States

#20 Oct 1, 2012
When you have an margin of error of 3 or 4 points and the poles show them 2 or 3 points difference that means its a vitural tie.
If you dont know this fact study up on it a little
It Romney wins, we hve a chance if he can hange things quick enough, If Obama wins it is the end of this country
thinkaboutit

United States

#21 Oct 1, 2012
[QUOTE who="47%"]<quoted text>
Polls are always said to be sampling the wrong demographic or over sampling Democrats when the polls don't return in favor of Republicans. I find it funny the Faux News poll shows Obama leading.[/QUOTE]
You told who was polled, how about I sample people from a Klan meeting and see who they say will win, just as accurate

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