Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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Since: Sep 12

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#41586
Nov 5, 2012
 
LQQK HERE wrote:
http://www.electoral-vote.com/


LMAO I see you're still posting the most liberal electoral map on the net. Desperate are we Muffins? Do you have your excuses ready for when Obama loses?
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#41587
Nov 5, 2012
 
Romney saw 23 million people out of work and made a four year five point plan to create 12 million jobs.

Why didn't he make a four year 23 million jobs plan ?

I'd say that was a tactical error on his part, if you're going to lie may as well lie big Mr. Romney.

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
THE CLEAR CHOICE
OBAMA 2012!!!!!!
YEAHHHHH BABYYYYYYYYYYYY!!
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#41588
Nov 5, 2012
 
Romney made his plan for two reasons:

1) He knows he can't create 23 million new jobs with his policies (at least not in the U.S.)

2) He knows the majority of voters, being low information, are unaware that many impartial economists have already predicted the economy, on its current track, to create 12 million jobs -- whether his plan is instituted or not.

It's not so much a lie as an obfuscation of the truth -- that all his plan does is create more wealth for the wealthy and the jobs have nothing to do with the plan as much as the timing.

Since: Sep 12

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#41589
Nov 5, 2012
 
LQQK HERE wrote:
Obama 52%
Romney 48%
298 Electoral votes for Obama ..........lights out for Mutt!
Romney 52%
Obama 48%

298 Electoral votes for Romney. Back to crime city for Obama.
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#41590
Nov 5, 2012
 
Ohio moved into SAFE OBAMA
Nov. 6, 2012 at 12:29 a.m
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#41591
Nov 5, 2012
 
Florida just turned a pale shade of blue!
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#41592
Nov 5, 2012
 
Great! Florida finally turns blue, BUT with the brewing fiasco down there, we might not have confirmation for several days. Does Rick Scott really not understand that he is hampering the GOP for years to come?

Because the demographics of this country are rapidly changing, all of these desperate actions--the restriction and reduction of voting options (Florida, Ohio, & elsewhere), the 'scaring' of legitimate voters (billboards in Ohio), the unscrupulous poll watchers targeting minority precincts (Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, et al)--are just misguided, shortsighted, last second failures that will severely damage the long-term viability of the Republican Party. And I haven't even mentioned the Tea Party...

I know many Republicans--family members, even--who have legitimate concerns and positions. Their voices have been silenced by the lunatic fringe.

Paul Ryan may generate some heat in 2016, but that will only serve to tease the extreme members of the party into believing that the nation can somehow return to some sort of "Puritan Camelot" (think about it...). They won't be able to see Arizona and parts of Texas turn light blue. They won't be able to see Colorado and Nevada turn deep blue. They just won't be able to see.
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#41593
Nov 5, 2012
 
LQQK HERE wrote:
Ohio moved into SAFE OBAMA
Nov. 6, 2012 at 12:29 a.m
OK.

Time to call all the Ohio Democrats you know and tell then to stay home.

Do them a favor.

It's 'safe' for Obama.

No need to vote.
Ted

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#41594
Nov 5, 2012
 
LQQK HERE wrote:
Florida just turned a pale shade of blue!
OK.

Time to call all the Florida Democrats you know and tell then to stay home.

Do them a favor.

It's 'safe' for Obama.

No need to vote.

Since: Sep 12

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#41595
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BREAKING NEWS: Obama, Romney Tie In Dixville Notch, NH In First Official Votes Of 2012 Presidential Election

In a sign that the 2012 presidential election is likely to be a close race, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney each received 5 votes in the town of Dixville Notch, NH. The votes are the first official votes tallied in the 2012 Presidential race.

In 2008, President Obama defeated GOP nominee John McCain 16-5 in Dixville Notch, en route to a convincing electoral win.
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Romney 52%
Obama 48%
298 Electoral votes for Romney. Back to crime city for Obama.
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I'v thought all along that Obama would prevail in Nevada. Those who live and work their would have to be nuts to believe Bush revisited, tax breaks for the wealthy coupled with deregulation will bring back prosperity. Not.

You and your fellow right wingers have lost this election.

Will you commit now to accepting the results and working with the rest of us to move America forward? Or are you planning to extend the Republican plan of complete non-cooperation as long as the President of the United States is black?
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Mitt wants 2 trillion increase in defense spending and 5 trillion in tax cuts. And this is going to reduce our deficit? Not without increasing the burden on the middle class.???
Anyone explain?
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When Romney loses tomorrow -- President Obama should send him a framed copy of his “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" piece to hang in his LaJolla study.

And a framed copy of "I'm going to do away with Planned Parenthood," and " I don't believe in a woman's right to choose,"
and, finally, " I'm going to dissolve FEMA and turn it back to the states or better still, privatize it."
LOL!

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Hell no they can't. They only a club of racial hating tea bags. What do you expect? honesty and integrity? Ha ha ha ha that will be the day.ahhhhhh come on buddy
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Rigged Elections for Romney?

LQQK HERE:
http://www.opednews.com/articles/Rigged-Elect...
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UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!

LOOK HERE!!!!!!!!

http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012...
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Nov. 5: Late Poll Gains for Obama Leave Romney With Longer Odds

Mitt Romney has always had difficulty drawing a winning Electoral College hand. Even during his best period of polling, in the week or two after the first presidential debate in Denver, he never quite pulled ahead in the polling averages in Ohio and other states that would allow him to secure 270 electoral votes.

But the most recent set of polls suggest another problem for Mr. Romney, whose momentum in the polls stalled out in mid-October. Instead, it is President Obama who is making gains.

Among 12 national polls published on Monday, Mr. Obama led by an average of 1.6 percentage points. Perhaps more important is the trend in the surveys. On average, Mr. Obama gained 1.5 percentage points from the prior edition of the same polls, improving his standing in nine of the surveys while losing ground in just one.

Mr. Romney’s chances are less, however, of winning the Electoral College. The large majority of polls in battleground states over the past three days have shown leads for Mr. Obama. On Monday, for example, 19 battleground state polls found leads for Mr. Obama, as compared with just three for Mr. Romney.

LQQK HERE:

http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012...
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The most notable recent case of a candidate substantially beating his polls on Election Day came in 1980, when national surveys had Ronald Reagan only two or three points ahead of Jimmy Carter, and he won in a landslide instead. That year is not comparable to this one in many respects: the economy is much better now, there is not a major third-party candidate in the race, and Mr. Obama’s approval ratings are about 50 percent rather than 35 percent for Mr. Carter. And in 1980, Mr. Reagan had late momentum following the presidential debate that year, whereas this year the momentum seems to favor Mr. Obama.

All of this leaves Mr. Romney drawing to an inside straight. I hope you’ll excuse the cliche, but it’s appropriate here: in poker, making an inside straight requires you to catch one of 4 cards out of 48 remaining in the deck, the chances of which are about 8 percent. Those are now about Mr. Romney’s chances of winning the Electoral College, according to the FiveThirtyEight forecast

As any poker player knows, those 8 percent chances do come up once in a while. If it happens this year, then a lot of polling firms will have to re-examine their assumptions — and we will have to re-examine ours about how trustworthy the polls are. But the odds are that Mr. Obama will win another term.

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http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012...

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