#41144 Nov 3, 2012
Hope you sleep well, wingnuts.
Latest Swing State Polls
Here are the latest polls from the battleground states:
Colorado: Romney 47%, Obama 45%(Reuters/Ipsos)
Florida: Romney 51%, Obama 45%(Miami Herald/Mason-Dixon)
Florida: Obama 49%, Romney 47%(NBC/WSJ/Marist)
Florida: Obama 47%, Romney 47%(Reuters/Ipsos)
Iowa: Obama 47%, Romney 42%(Des Moines Register)
Iowa: Obama 47%, Romney 44%(Project New America)
Michigan: Obama 52%, Romney 46%(Public Policy Polling)
New Hampshire: Obama 47%, Romney 47%(WMUR)
Ohio: Obama 50%, Romney 46%(We Ask America)
Ohio: Obama 51%, Romney 45%(NBC/WSJ/Marist)
Ohio: Obama 46%, Romney 45%(Reuters/Ipsos)
Ohio: Obama 49%, Romney 45%(Project New America)
Pennsylvania: Obama 52%, Romney 46%(Public Policy Polling)
Virginia: Obama 49%, Romney 48%(We Ask America)
Virginia: Obama 48%, Romney 45%(Reuters/Ipsos)
Wisconsin: Obama 52%, Romney 45%(We Ask America)
Wisconsin: Obama 51%, Romney 48%(Public Policy Polling)
Wisconsin: Obama 48%, Romney 43%(Project New America)
It just gets harder and harder to see how Romney can possibly get 270 electoral votes, doesn't it?
#41145 Nov 3, 2012
So that's all you got now...
You must be giving up hope ...awwwww geeeeeeee schucks..
Where the usual diatribe of lies and nonsense?
Ohhh...here the come now...
Cha cha cha
Vroom vroom vroom
And all the other vulgarities you can muster....
#41146 Nov 3, 2012
This just in: Carlo408FollowRSS
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Does Ann Romney Know Something We Don't?
I was watching Alex Wagner on MSNBC, where she showed highlights of Romney campaigning in Colorado. As I watch, one thing particularly stood out to me-Ann Romney.
She was introducing her husband, and she looked ragged, worn, and virtually in tears. She was trying her best to pump up Mitt, and she seemed to be having a really hard time doing it.
Here's what was even worse. You know how when a candidate's wife introduces them, they always thank them, hug them, ask the crowd to give her some applause, anything? Well, Mitt was having none of that. He grabbed the mic from his wife and just started yapping. For the first time since the beginning of this campaign, I actually felt sorry for Ann Romney. Her husband is a real douchebag.
After showing the clip, Alex's panel noticed what they described as a "very emotional" Ann Romney. All this time, I thought she was incapable of showing any emotion besides indignation, snobbery, and anger. I think I know what the problem might be.
That moment, that moment that Ann Romney took the microphone today in Colorado, they discovered something. They discovered the stuff of their worst nightmares, the thing that challenges everything they ever believed about themselves, who they are, their superiority, their privilege, their entitlement, their turn.
They just realized that they really are, indeed, going to lose. Maybe they will be sent on a voluntary deportation to the Planet Kolub.
Peut-être la vérole sur les maisons de Koch, Adelson, et Romney!
Peace and Blessings--
#41147 Nov 3, 2012
Your post....not normal Ted Rogers, oops I mean Mitt vs Mutt. Why is it when you can't respond to facts you always bring out your pervert side?
Try posting truth instead of lies and altering what you copy/steal and paste.
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
There's going to be a party on Nov 7th in Dave Rogers mouth and everyone is cumming......... right after Romney concedes and wishes Obama well in the next 4 years!!!!!!
#41148 Nov 3, 2012
I'm not Mitt vs Mutt
So zing your wrong again
I've been Mr Crumpets, Dr Sardonicus, Jose Menedez, and The Great Gadsby and Ted Rogers now.
If I were Mitt vs Mutt Id tell you Davey
Oh yeah by the way Davey, I'm not Mutt vs Mitt either hahahahhahaa
Yeah you could have got me on a technicality there ...
I'm onto your phoney superficial superiority complex..
This is you mask for low self esteem...your psychologist has explained this to you though...
#41149 Nov 3, 2012
MSNBC's Alex Wagner: Mitt Romney Has "Castrated" Paul Ryan
Ryan was chosen ostensibly because he was going to be the policy guy and we were going to have this big, fundamental debate about the issues that matter.
In the week that we've seen with Ryan as the VP, Mitt Romney has sort of castrated him in the way that he can no longer talk about any specific policy, because as we know, Mitt Romney's plank is to not say anything substantive about anything at all, including what he bought at the hardware store. Like, he won't say he bought a hammer and a bucket.
#41150 Nov 3, 2012
I want send a big thanks and shout-out to the poster 'Close it down' for first instigating this wild sh*t-storm of a topic two years ago.
Wherever you are, I hope you're smiling down on this thread.
#41151 Nov 3, 2012
Women could play deciding role in 2012 election
A recent Pew poll shows President Obama is 25 points ahead of Mitt Romney among single women voters. With issues like reproductive health and equal pay on the line, could this group be the deciding factor?
Romney certainly ran a much better campaign this time around:(1) unlike his 2008 run at the Republican presidential contest, he didn't dump $10s of millions of his own money into this race, so -- as many of his supporters have noted -- Romney does learn from experience.(2) unlike in 2008 he stayed in the race to the end, thereby amassing a sizeable number of Marriott bonus points, which will allow him to stay for free for weeks and weeks at Marriott inns world-wide should have get wander lust again after visiting his three houses in rotation (and rotation, and rotation).
#41152 Nov 3, 2012
Now that's the first intellegent thing you've said...
This actually has potential
Since: Oct 12
West Mifflin, Pa
#41153 Nov 3, 2012
Keep those delusions alive Danny
#41154 Nov 3, 2012
Wow, George Clooney in "Up in the Air"
About a dude whose job is flying around the country firing people. One of the elements of the movie is the race to get the Gold Key from one airlines for frequent flyer miles, etc.
Well. What an irony...
I hope Mitt acheives this goal of attaining the most Marriott points at the expense of Adelson and the Kock brothers.
I think Mitt just using those suckers to get the points.
#41155 Nov 3, 2012
Presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama criticized President George W. Bush in 2008 for adding $4 trillion to the national debt. It was “unpatriotic” and “irresponsible” to saddle future generations with such a large national debt Obama said.
“The problem is, is that the way Bush has done it over the last eight years is to take out a credit card from the Bank of China in the name of our children, driving up our national debt from $5 trillion dollars for the first 42 presidents -- number 43 added $4 trillion dollars by his lonesome, so that we now have over $9 trillion dollars of debt that we are going to have to pay back --$30,000 for every man, woman and child. That's irresponsible. It's unpatriotic.”
--Barack Hussein Obama, July 3, 2008
Barack Hussein Obama has since added 5 TRILLION dollars to the national debt in only four years.
Talk about irresponsible and unpatriotic.
Obama's clueless fiscal incompetence does the near-impossible by making Bush look like a genius.
#41156 Nov 3, 2012
Latest Presidential Election 2012 Polls: Obama Leads 19 of 22 New Polls Including in Swing States Virginia, Iowa and Colorado
Over 20 polls of voters in critical swing states were released on Friday and Saturday, and President Obama led Republican challenger Mitt Romney in all but three of them.
The lone outlier was a Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald poll in Florida that showed Romney with a 6-point lead in Florida, the widest margin he has enjoyed in the state since the last TBT poll over three weeks ago.
But in every other swing state, Romney racked up loss after loss.
In Colorado, three polls averaged to a 2-point lead for Obama, up from a solid tie after the first presidential debate.
In Virginia, two polls average to a 2-point lead for Obama.
In Iowa, two polls average to a 3-point Obama lead.
Two polls in New Hampshire give Obama an average 3-point lead.
Besides the TBT poll in Florida, two other polls show Obama leading, though by less than Romney's lead in the first poll.
Obama leads in all the polls out of Michigan and Wisconsin, but the worst news for Romney comes from Ohio.
Four polls show Obama winning in the crucial swing state, with a fifth predicting a tie, but they average to a 3-point advantage for Obama.
While no polls came out of Nevada, Pennsylvania or North Carolina, those states' preferences are well-known. Nevada and Pennsylvania will go for Obama, while North Carolina will support Romney.
A few positive polls out of North Carolina could have helped Romney's average in Friday's avalanche of data, but the trend is undeniable.
In what looks like a best-case scenario for Romney, he could take Florida, Virginia, North Carolina and New Hampshire, but that still leaves him 18 electoral votes shy of securing the presidency
Read more at http://www.latinospost.com/articles/6403/2012...
#41157 Nov 3, 2012
The NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist College survey of likely voters put Obama ahead of Romney in Ohio, 51 percent to 45 percent, and in Florida, 49 percent to 47 percent.
In Ohio, 52 percent of likely voters viewed Obama favorably and 45 percent viewed him unfavorably. Forty-eight percent viewed Romney unfavorably and 45 percent favorably. By 48 percent to 46 percent, they said Obama would do a better job than Romney in handling the economy.
The Battle for the Presidency... of Ohio?
Likely voters in Florida viewed Obama positively, 50 percent to 46 percent, as well as Romney, 48 percent to 45 percent. Forty-eight percent said Romney would do a better job handling the economy, compared with 46 percent that said Obama.
Three other surveys out this week also had Obama ahead in Ohio, a state without which a Republican has never won the presidency.
A CNN/ORC International survey out yesterday put Obama ahead of Romney, 50 percent to 47 percent, among likely voters in Ohio. Both candidates campaigned there yesterday.
Two surveys released Oct. 31 also found Obama ahead in the state. A CBS News/New York Times/Quinnipiac University poll had Obama leading, 50 percent to 45 percent, and the Ohio Poll by University of Cincinnati’s Institute for Policy Research gave Obama a two-point lead, 48 percent to 46 percent.
Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion in Poughkeepsie, New York, said Obama’s numbers in Ohio match his support there from four years ago, when he carried the state.
An Obama victory in Ohio this time will make it easier for him and harder for Romney to get the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency, Miringoff said.
#41159 Nov 3, 2012
What would eclipse my own flash of intelligence is you admitting your man is little better than his adversary. That all of the mud-slinging is a facade and that you ultimately act in the interest of the same masters, both bought and paid for by the interest you claim to be against.
He's maintained policies enacted by Bush that
invade freedom and privacy in the form of the
Patriot Act. Maintained the Bush tax cuts that give the wealthiest Americans a death grip hold on the middle class.
I have no faith in either candidate. And I don't recall seeing such a divisive election period wrought with so much vitriol and hostility; Senate and House seats have taken a backseat to what's amounted to a Cold Civil War between the presidential candidates. For a while I gave the left credit as being the more civil side, but I don't even subscribe to that charade anymore.
I hope 2016 gives a viable contender I can proudly vote for. This is easily the worst field in 30+ years. And everyone buying completely into the promises of one or another without question should feel shame.
#41160 Nov 4, 2012
I know, I know
But you think your guy is better too.
So, everything applies to you too if you have a dog in this hunt.
Hey Libertarians aren't always what they seem either.
I will come back later with some Libertaarain follies for you to contemplate but I don't want to disillusion you so that you don't vote at all.
I'm very comfortable being a Democrat though So yes I think my guy is better but don't think in on here about trying to change peoples minds.
That would not be living in this universe
The Dems on here I like and support them. I don't like some of the republicans that post on here and I enjoy responding to their nonsense when appropriate (which just happens to be all the time)
But, believe it or not I do not respond to them because their.republicans. I have respect for some republicans and would not direct such scathing criticism to some...well there's a few.
But I just don't like some these individuals who are sucking up pablum spewed by Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck.
So I respond to some of that garbage.
By the way ...like I said before and whether you want to accept it or not there are disticnt difference in outcome depending on who you vote for this time.
None are perfecr and those Libertarians aren't showing all their cards yet either...once they gain power they will thouugh.
But don't be discouraged that's how it works in our system. I'm not however condoning corruption either.
Any types of actual law breaking should be punished to the full extent on either side.
Unfortunately though the republican just stack the Supreme Court with justices who are taking away liberties.
This should really piss you off more than anything be a so called "Libertarian"
Now, if you're a Tea Bagger I understand the dilemna ahead...your republican party just couldn't produce a good enough candidate.
He's corrupt in the sense that he wants to limit more freedoms and if he were to get into office. Roe vs Wade, not stopping the legislation that says money is free speech, and a host of others that he's not telling us about as well.
So....vote for whemever suits your fancy but I enjoy seeing the splintering effect that is evident here.
The splintering is begining and more will follow you into the desert but good luck anyway.
Sorry for any typos ..its 3:40 am and my eyes are going
#41161 Nov 4, 2012
Last night President Obama and Bill Clinton attract 24,000 on a cold November night and without Stevie Wonder.
Barack Obama mainaining edge in the swing states too
Since: Oct 12
#41162 Nov 4, 2012
Has there ever been a more dishonest presidential candidate than Mitt Romney? Has anyone pandered, changed positions, or flat out made things up the way this guy has? Most politicians lie to get votes, but the Team Romney and his supporters have eagerly embraced and repeated the bald lies. His latest ads claiming Chrysler is outsourcing Jeep production to China has been flat out debunked and yet on this forum that lie is repeated as if truth.
I am profoundly astounded by the ease in which Romney spouts his lies, it's just straight fabrication, not the the normal half truths put out by Politicians.
#41163 Nov 4, 2012
LOL! Denying the reality of polling results is what's delusional.
But that's pretty much your only refuge now, isn't it Roger? Now that Barack Obama's re-election is a foregone conclusion. LOL!
#41164 Nov 4, 2012
Dan the Man
And like the majority of voters this year, I will again.
BTW - you really should listen to the speech.
He did not say what you think he said.
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