Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39781 Oct 22, 2012
That racist warrior tea bag yap yap is sure funny, ha ha ha ha ha but your problem is Ohio for president Obama.
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#39782 Oct 22, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember seeing these same comments on here from your side before the election back in 2008. LOL!
Grow your own identity, troll.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39784 Oct 22, 2012
The tea bag racist warrior must be taking it hard that president Obama is winning in Ohio so in his dillusional pea brain with the aide of mental health drugs that must not be reality. You keep that false hope alive tea bag

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39785 Oct 22, 2012
Ha ha ha ha ha a just another dumb ass tea bag
Really

Clearfield, PA

#39786 Oct 22, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember seeing these same comments on here from your side before the election back in 2008. LOL!
I remember those same comments, but they weren't mine. I knew McCain never had a chance. No republican could win in 2008.

This year the main issue is the economy and Obama failed there. It doesn't matter who, how or what party affected our economy. Obama was elected because he promised to fix the economy in his first term, never happened. People don't believe him, don't trust him don't like were he has taken America or where its headed.

Bottom line is whatever happens during a presidents term good or bad for America he gets the credit, positive or negative.

Obama and the democratic party have blamed, lied, deceived, misled, protected Holder, forced Obama-care onto the people, to many regulations on business and the list goes on. You can deny all this, point out truth from lies it just doesn't matter....Obama gets the credit. People want change, the same as they did when Bush was in office. Romney was not the best candidate for the republicans, but that's who they got. I feel many of those voting for Romney are actually voting against Obama...lessor of the two evils.

Obama is going to need a miracle to happen tonight during the debate. I don't see it happening. He will need to beat Romney hands down, a tie will not benefit him.

Polls, most polls show Obama leading with electoral votes. Most of those polls are from liberal sources.

November 6th will be the day Romney is elected President and I predict a landslide victory.
Dan the Man

Reading, PA

#39787 Oct 22, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Grow your own identity, troll.
Get bent, troll.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39788 Oct 22, 2012
Really, your flipper needs Ohio but your tea bag ignorance can pretend that ain't true so please do that. I know that makes it easier for you to sleep at night. The president will win Ohio so do prey for your corporate god

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#39789 Oct 22, 2012
i got your flipper right here

LQQK

..!..

obama failed.. next up, romney. we see what he can do. must be tuff to see your hero goin down in flames before your very eyes and not be able to help him.

a chic fila sandwich could be on the ticket and win against the four year failure. poor bobby. poor poor lil bobby. what will you do after obummer not only loses but is remembered as one of the worst presidents in americas history ?
bobby6464 wrote:
Really, your flipper needs Ohio but your tea bag ignorance can pretend that ain't true so please do that. I know that makes it easier for you to sleep at night. The president will win Ohio so do prey for your corporate god

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39790 Oct 22, 2012
Pennsylvania Is The New Ohio

With Romney gaining ground gradually in the swing state of Ohio, people have not paid enough attention to his surge in next door Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania casts 20 electoral votes and Ohio casts 18. And all electoral votes are created equal. It is possible to lose Ohio if you carry Pennsylvania and still win.

In Pennsylvania, polling by Republican John McLaughlin shows Romney three points ahead of Obama and a poll by The Susquehanna Polling organization shows Romney four points ahead in the Keystone State.

In Ohio, most polls have the race tied although all show significant progress by Romney in the past two weeks.

Why is Pennsylvania, nominally a more Democratic state, more hospitable to Romney than Ohio? Because Obama has run tens of millions of dollars of negative ads in Ohio smearing Romney, but has not done so in Pennsylvania. Indeed, current polling suggests a very good shot for Romney in a variety of usually Democratic states that are not on the official map of battleground states. Having been spared Obama’s negative ads, these states are very much more inclined to back Romney.

• Latest polls in Michigan find Obama only one point ahead

• In Wisconsin, the candidates appear to be tied

• In Minnesota, Romney is only two points behind

It may be that on Election Day, we are all waiting for Ohio to be called (eventually it will go for Romney) while, in the meantime, he sweeps Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota and wins the election.

And don’t forget the impact of a Romney victory on the U.S. Senate races. In Pennsylvania, Republican Tom Smith now leads Democratic incumbent Bob Casey according to McLaughlin’s survey. In Wisconsin, former Governor and Republican candidate Tommy Thompson is locked in a close battle with Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin for an open Senate seat. And in Michigan, former Congressman Pete Hoekstra (Republican) is hot on the heels of Democratic incumbent Senator Debbie Stabenow.

With Republican Senate takeaways increasingly likely in Virginia, Florida, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, and Ohio, victories in these other northern tier states could provide a needed cushion to assure control of the Senate (since Republicans will lose Maine and may lose Massachusetts).

By Dick Morris

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39791 Oct 22, 2012
In Virginia and Iowa, the electorate is shifting right
By Jennifer Rubin

The Romney camp and GOP operatives on the ground in key swing states think the wind is at their back.

A senior Republican told me Sunday night that Mitt Romney is up by two to three points in Virginia, which President Obama won by nearly seven points in 2008. That is consistent with public polling since early October. This Republican expects Romney to keep Obama’s lead in populous Fairfax County below 100,000 (in 2008 Obama racked up a 110,000-vote advantage in Fairfax and won the state by more than 230,000 votes). Republicans are optimistic Romney can carry the exurb Loudoun County in Northern Virginia, which Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) lost in 2008.

A key indicator will be another Northern Virginia county, Prince William, which has a larger Hispanic population and more people of modest incomes. McCain also lost this county in 2008.

The senior Republican says that Romney is going to tally big margins in “vote-rich areas like Chesterfield.” He adds,“He’s strong where he must be strong, which is a sea change from 2008.”

The Romney camp has always been bullish on Iowa, in large part because the candidate has been campaigning there since 2006. The state also has the lowest per-capita personal credit card debt, which, the Romney camp argues, makes it a receptive audience for his message on the federal debt. President Obama will be spending more time in the state, a sign it is still in play.

Two recent polls have Romney tied or up one point in Iowa, while two others have Obama up eight and three points. Private Republican polling has Romney up by one point.

I asked Tim Albrecht, the communications director for Gov. Terry Branstad (R), how he sees the state. He says Democrats perennially exaggerate success in early voting.“They’re making the same mistake they make every year in thinking paid staff and early votes translates into victory. They significantly outpaced Republicans in early voting [for governor] in 2010, but Branstad won by 10 points. They turn out Democrats early who have voted in 4 of the last 4 elections and claim victory. Paid staff does not equal genuine, grassroots enthusiasm. In contrast, Republicans are targeting soft Republicans and right-leaning independents.”

Albrecht sees another batch of positive factors including: a 130,000 swing in voter registration in the GOP’s direction since 2009, the potential for Republicans to seize control of the state senate and the “No Wiggins” grass-roots campaign against keeping Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins, one of the justices who found a state constitutional right to gay marriage, on the court. All of these have fired up the grass roots, Albrecht said. He predicts,“If Romney is down 2-3 in the polls going into election day, our enthusiasm will trump and Romney wins.”

It is nothing new that Republicans are bullish on winning close states, but unlike a month ago you can sense the confidence that a Romney win is in the offing. The shift in tone, matched by public polling, has a real impact on turnout.

Democrats imagine that, while national polling and state polling in Virginia, Iowa, North Carolina, Colorado, New Hampshire and Florida are trending toward Romney, Obama can maintain a “firewall” in the remaining states. The underlying logic escapes Republican operatives, who see swing-state voters, by definition, as representative of the country as a whole. In the GOP’s view, it is just a matter of time before the other swing-state dominoes begin to fall.

By the same token, if Romney stumbles badly enough in tonight’s debate or another game-changing event occurs, the map could move in the other direction. For that to happen, something big would need to occur fast. Otherwise the electoral map will continue tilting in Romney’s favor.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39792 Oct 22, 2012
The flipper is not winning pencilvania and the desperate tea bag retarded boxsoft knows this. President Obama is winning in Ohio which is a fact tea bags can't except but unable to do any thing about it. Each and every tea bag needs to prey harder to comfort there corporate god

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#39794 Oct 22, 2012
one of the most difficult stages of recovery is the first one: admitting that there is a problem.

16 trillion dollar debt
8% unemployed last four years

poor poor lil bobby please use the twelve step program not just for addiction but also to help control your love for the obama dong. addiction comes in many ways and in no way will you ever fully recover but you can make strides for a better way and life.

i would suggest picking up your beer cans in the front yard to be a good start. doing so will not only give you some self respect but also put a couple grand in your bank acct.

good bye obama !!

NOBAMA!
NOBAMA!!
NOBAMA!!!
bobby6464 wrote:
The flipper is not winning pencilvania and the desperate tea bag retarded boxsoft knows this. President Obama is winning in Ohio which is a fact tea bags can't except but unable to do any thing about it. Each and every tea bag needs to prey harder to comfort there corporate god

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39795 Oct 22, 2012
Racist warrior moronic tea bag, your corporate gods need you to prey for them so do it.
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#39796 Oct 22, 2012

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#39797 Oct 22, 2012
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/2597-libera...

bye bye obama !!

let the excuses from the left begin...

HANGING CHADS !!!

HANGING CHADS !!!

VOTING MACHINES !!

HANGING CHADS !!

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39798 Oct 22, 2012
No excuse tea bag. Your not winning Ohio's, dumb ass
The Great Gadsby

Baltimore, MD

#39799 Oct 22, 2012
Really wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember those same comments, but they weren't mine. I knew McCain never had a chance. No republican could win in 2008.
This year the main issue is the economy and Obama failed there. It doesn't matter who, how or what party affected our economy. Obama was elected because he promised to fix the economy in his first term, never happened. People don't believe him, don't trust him don't like were he has taken America or where its headed.
Bottom line is whatever happens during a presidents term good or bad for America he gets the credit, positive or negative.
Obama and the democratic party have blamed, lied, deceived, misled, protected Holder, forced Obama-care onto the people, to many regulations on business and the list goes on. You can deny all this, point out truth from lies it just doesn't matter....Obama gets the credit. People want change, the same as they did when Bush was in office. Romney was not the best candidate for the republicans, but that's who they got. I feel many of those voting for Romney are actually voting against Obama...lessor of the two evils.
Obama is going to need a miracle to happen tonight during the debate. I don't see it happening. He will need to beat Romney hands down, a tie will not benefit him.
Polls, most polls show Obama leading with electoral votes. Most of those polls are from liberal sources.
November 6th will be the day Romney is elected President and I predict a landslide victory.
So, the last time you're were right was for Bush?

He was fantastiic...
more bad judgement coming right up

Haahahahhhahahaaha

Very scientific observation.....
Oh sorry I forgot you people are anti-science too...
So sorry for insulting you with reason and logic
The Great Gadsby

Baltimore, MD

#39800 Oct 22, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Pennsylvania Is The New Ohio
With Romney gaining ground gradually in the swing state of Ohio, people have not paid enough attention to his surge in next door Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania casts 20 electoral votes and Ohio casts 18. And all electoral votes are created equal. It is possible to lose Ohio if you carry Pennsylvania and still win.
In Pennsylvania, polling by Republican John McLaughlin shows Romney three points ahead of Obama and a poll by The Susquehanna Polling organization shows Romney four points ahead in the Keystone State.
In Ohio, most polls have the race tied although all show significant progress by Romney in the past two weeks.
Why is Pennsylvania, nominally a more Democratic state, more hospitable to Romney than Ohio? Because Obama has run tens of millions of dollars of negative ads in Ohio smearing Romney, but has not done so in Pennsylvania. Indeed, current polling suggests a very good shot for Romney in a variety of usually Democratic states that are not on the official map of battleground states. Having been spared Obama’s negative ads, these states are very much more inclined to back Romney.
• Latest polls in Michigan find Obama only one point ahead
• In Wisconsin, the candidates appear to be tied
• In Minnesota, Romney is only two points behind
It may be that on Election Day, we are all waiting for Ohio to be called (eventually it will go for Romney) while, in the meantime, he sweeps Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota and wins the election.
And don’t forget the impact of a Romney victory on the U.S. Senate races. In Pennsylvania, Republican Tom Smith now leads Democratic incumbent Bob Casey according to McLaughlin’s survey. In Wisconsin, former Governor and Republican candidate Tommy Thompson is locked in a close battle with Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin for an open Senate seat. And in Michigan, former Congressman Pete Hoekstra (Republican) is hot on the heels of Democratic incumbent Senator Debbie Stabenow.
With Republican Senate takeaways increasingly likely in Virginia, Florida, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, and Ohio, victories in these other northern tier states could provide a needed cushion to assure control of the Senate (since Republicans will lose Maine and may lose Massachusetts).
By Dick Morris
By King shthead
Ted

Boswell, PA

#39801 Oct 22, 2012
The Great Gadsby wrote:
<quoted text>
By King shthead
!LOL!

When you can't argue the content then vilify the source.

Thanks for the in-depth rebuttal, "King shthead".

You sound childishly desperate. Hear the footsteps, do you?

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#39802 Oct 22, 2012
Poor Obama, all he has is jokes!

WHAT a total fail in the debate, Romney knows more that the Prez!

4 GREAT Americans DEAD, fly to Vegas....

WHAT A POS!

BYE, BYE!

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