Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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Spiro, president Obama don't like you. What part of that does your racist tea bagging ass does not understand, dumb ass? President Obama winning Ohio, vent anger alright boy? Don't allow tea bag desperation be the cause of your flip flopping. Let you ignorance run show
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Wow right from the American Prospect. Lol you sir have no idea, you can read what you want but truly have no idea what is at stake, or what Obama will do to this country. If he has a glimmer of hope left it will be decided tomorrow when the unemployment numbers are released. If they are good and not altered as his last 7.8% jive. It would have been well above 9% had the 330,000 people not stopped reporting. REAL NUMBERS junior.
Spiro Agnew

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As muttch (sp intended) as I would like to put you in your place on Pa. I can not. And Bender, there is plenty of real facts we can use to keep him in his place. Let him have all his glory on the Fact that the O will take Pa, and it will not be close.

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Spiro, you loving men won't win Ohio for flipper but you are free to keep working on it. Your tea bag brethren does not expect any less. The warrior tea bag wants you

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Spiro Agnew

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just trying to get my name on the forum list the most, Bobby your a dork too.
Mutt vs Mitt

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GOP Voter Fraud Accusations Suddenly Blowing Up In Their Faces

GEE I only thought Democrats use voter fraud, I was surprised to even see the Republicans even did this,,,,,,,,, Florida in 2000 election was just a fluke...LMAO!

GOP Voter Fraud Accusations Suddenly Blowing Up In Their Faces :

Republican officials, who have used hysteria about alleged voter fraud as an excuse to support measures that disproportionately block Democratic voters, are furiously trying to distance themselves from a growing number of GOP voter registration drives that either submitted false applications or threw away authentic ones.

The latest drama began to unfold on Oct. 17, when the manager of a Tuesday Morning discount store in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley saw a man throwing a garbage bag into the store's private dumpster. Inside the bag was a file folder containing eight completed Virginia voter registration forms.

A few weeks earlier, the GOP had been under fire following reports of suspicious registration applications that had been submitted in 10 Florida counties by a company run by Nathan Sproul, a Republican operative who has long been trailed by allegations of voter fraud. The Republican Party paid Sproul's company, Strategic Allied Consulting, about $3 million this year for registration drives in five swing states: Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, Nevada, and Virginia.

In Palm Beach County, Fla., alone, about 100 questionable voter registrations were flagged, more than half of which involved changing a voterís party affiliation to Republican or independent. Discrepancies were also found in North Carolina.

LOOK HERE:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/25/gop-...
Mutt vs Mitt

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Spiro Agnew wrote:
Wow right from the American Prospect. Lol you sir have no idea, you can read what you want but truly have no idea what is at stake, or what Obama will do to this country. If he has a glimmer of hope left it will be decided tomorrow when the unemployment numbers are released. If they are good and not altered as his last 7.8% jive. It would have been well above 9% had the 330,000 people not stopped reporting. REAL NUMBERS junior.
Keep sipping the Romney nut juice ace.....LOL!

The numbers are out already ( they got lead out ) over 120K jobs were made and the 7.8 will go down to 7.4..........HAAA!!!
Check your facts there skippy...LOL!
Richard Nixon

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Sorry you had to resign Spiro, but at least you didn't become the historic disgrace I've become.

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Spiro, all your tea bag babble and flipper losing Ohio, huh?
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What ever, stop trying to take over the main page, I have to get my name for every shown topic as last poster Dang it.
Mutt vs Mitt

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Latest poll numbers in Pa...

Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama

LQQK HERE:
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...
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The O isnt going to win, I already told you he will take Pa without a problem. You want a cracker?
Mutt vs Mitt

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The national polls--with the exception of Gallup, which is undersampling minorities--are very close, but as always, it is the electoral college that matters. If Obama wins the states the Democrats have won in the last five elections (which seems likely) plus New Mexico (which is almost certain), he has 247 electoral votes. Throw in Ohio and he is at 265. From there, winning just one swing state bigger than New Hampshire is enough. Without Ohio, Romney has no chance. If Romney wins only his base plus Ohio, he's not home free yet, but if he wins Ohio, he is very likely to win North Carolina, Virginia, and Florida as well, and that would get him very close to 270. So in the last two weeks, there will be a lot of focus, energy, and money poured into Ohio.

The other states that will get attention are Florida and Virginia, because they are big enough to change the dynamics. The only other states likely to get much play are Colorado, Nevada (although it may be too late for Romney there), Iowa, and maybe New Hampshire. These are the big seven. The rest don't count. Sorry about that if you live in one of the other 43--although there might be an exciting Senate or House race nearby.

Looking at today's map is instructive. It shows that Obama can get to 270 electoral votes even without Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Iowa, and Colorado, as long as he holds Ohio. But if he loses Ohio and gains any one of those four states, he still wins.

OBAMA 2012!
YEAHHH BABYYYYYYY!!!!
Mitt vs Mutt

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#40159
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North Carolina, Virgina and Colorado can offset Ohio, Mitt has a shot in New Hampshire as well.

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#40160
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Spiro like any other tea bag relies on feelings as not one tea bag has stated how flipper gets to 270 which Spiro has and will always failed to do, huh tea bag posse clown?
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#40161
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In the pollsí early-voting results, Obama leads on average by 20 points. There are indications that the GOP has shrunk the Democratic advantage in this category significantly from 2008, but it is unclear how much. Either way, Obamaís early-voting advantage gives him a lead that Romney is only scraping away at with his Election Day voter lead. But if pollsters are finding more respondents who are claiming to have already voted than what the records show, some of this early-voter advantage is illusory.

This is why it is increasingly difficult for Romney to show an lead in the Ohio polls. But even with Obama currently enjoying a 2.1 point lead, Romney is still in great shape to win Ohio on Election Day. Here are some of the reasons for the optimism coming from
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Romneyís strength with independents keeps growing: Last week when Obama led the Real Clear Politics average by 2.5 points, Romney led among independents by an average of 8.7 points. Romney has since increased that lead with independents to 12.3 points, which is why heís been able to cut Obamaís overall lead even as the polls have leaned more Democratic. In 2008 Obama beat McCain with independents by eight points. It would be almost impossible for Obama to win Ohio while suffering a 20-point swing among independents.

The polls give Democrats a better turnout advantage than they had in 2008: As I explained in my last Ohio post, in 2008 Democrats beat Republicans in turnout by five points. The current polls show an average of D+6.6. A D+5 turnout in 2008 gave Obama a 4.5-point victory, while he is currently leading by only 2.1 points on an even greater D+6.6 turnout. Again, we know it should be very difficult for Democrats to match their 2008 turnout, let alone increase it.

History suggests late deciders will break against the incumbent: This is a rule that always receives some skepticism, but itís very likely to benefit Romney at least some on Election Day. In 2004, late deciders broke against George W. Bush heavily, even though he was a wartime president. John Kerry beat Bush by 25 points among voters who decided in the last month, 28 points among voters that decided in the three days prior to Election Day, and 22 points among day-of deciders. Those voters were 20 percent of the Ohio electorate; while this year there are expected to be fewer late deciders, Obama cannot afford to lose among by those margins and still win.
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Without Ohio, says Jim Geraghty at National Review, the Nevada-Iowa two-fer is probably the most likely way for Romney to make up the nine-electoral-vote gap. He could also do it by picking up Wisconsin, though, and with the help of local son Paul Ryan, his running mate, Romney has whittled down Obama's lead to just two or three percentage points. Obama's still favored, but he's got to defend Wisconsin or it could be the state that puts Romney over the top. Of course, if Romney can put Ohio in his corner, he's the "genuine favorite."
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TAKE BACK THREE KEY STATES: The "3" in that plan consists of recapturing the three states that Obama won in 2008 that historically have voted Republican in presidential elections: Indiana, North Carolina, and Virginia. While Indiana appears to be safe for Romney, recent polling in North Carolina indicated a competitive race, and the new numbers out Thursday in Virginia suggest the Romney campaign has a tough job ahead in the Commonwealth.

WIN FLORIDA, OHIO: The "2" in the strategy calls for regaining Florida and Ohio, which George W. Bush won in his 2004 re-election but that Obama flipped in his 2008 victory over Sen. John McCain. Again, the NBC/WSJ/Marist polls indicate that the Romney campaign will have to work hard to achieve this goal.

GRAB ONE MORE: The "1" in the Romney pathway to victory is to win just one more competitive state that Obama carried four years ago. They include Colorado, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Wisconsin.

The Michigan variable

While Romney was born in Michigan and his father served as a popular two-term governor of the state in the 1960's, a poll released Thursday indicates turning the state "red" in November is looking more difficult. According to an EPIC/MRA survey conducted for the Detroit Free Press and WXYZ-TV, 47% of likely voters in Michigan support the president, with 37% backing Romney and a high 16% unsure. Some surveys conducted prior to the two parties' political conventions indicated a closer contest in Michigan.

The auto bailouts of General Motors and Chrysler may be a factor. They were prominently showcased during all three nights of the Democratic convention, as was Romney's opposition to Washington's intervention.

President George W. Bush began the auto bailout in 2008 but the next year Obama grabbed the keys to the program, managing and funding the rescue of GM and Chrysler, and pushing them into bankruptcy. Romney, whose business past included investment in troubled companies, opposed the bailout and pushed for a privately financed and managed restructuring of the automakers in Chapter 11.

The auto bailouts may be impacting the race in Michigan, home to the domestic auto makers, and next door in Ohio, which is also a major base for the auto industry.

Then there's Colorado and New Hampshire

Two of the other "1" states appear to be much more in play, according to new surveys. An ARG poll in Colorado indicates Obama at 49% and Romney at 47% among likely voters. And according to a WMUR-TV/Granite State Poll, 45% of likely voters in New Hampshire (where Romney owns a vacation home) back the president, with 40% supporting Romney and a high 12% unsure. The president's margins in both polls are within the sampling error.

More NH voters undecided in split race

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