Romney and Obama make final dash as hurricane becomes campaign X-factor

Oct 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Guardian Unlimited

Mitt Romney speaks with his campaign adviser while flying from Canton, Ohio, to Pensacola, Florida, on Saturday.

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Pinot

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Try reading the polls of Real Clear and see where they call the swing states.
If that is too hard for you, find someone that does that for you.
I have NEVER misquoted, knob job, you must have had spooge splash in your eyes.
I'm looking at the national map, including swing states. Obama, 201; Romney 191; toss up 146

Name calling....how "liberal minded" of you.

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I'm looking at the national map, including swing states. Obama, 201; Romney 191; toss up 146
Name calling....how "liberal minded" of you.
And then you go to the toss up states and you look at the polls for each state.

I know: it's more reading then what you do in a week.

Colorado (9)
Florida (29)
Iowa (6)
Michigan (16)
Nevada (6)
New Hampshire (4)
North Carolina (15)
Ohio (18)
Pennsylvania (20)
Virginia (13)
Wisconsin (10)

Call them, dipstick.

Let me help, here's what MIGHT go Romney
North Carolina (15)

Here's which go Obama (he needs 70 more):
Wisconsin (10)
Pennsylvania (20)
Nevada (6)
Ohio (18)
Michigan (16)
Iowa (6)
New Hampshire (4)

Still too close:
Florida (29)
Colorado (9)
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And then you go to the toss up states and you look at the polls for each state.
I know: it's more reading then what you do in a week.
Colorado (9)
Florida (29)
Iowa (6)
Michigan (16)
Nevada (6)
New Hampshire (4)
North Carolina (15)
Ohio (18)
Pennsylvania (20)
Virginia (13)
Wisconsin (10)
Call them, dipstick.
Let me help, here's what MIGHT go Romney
North Carolina (15)
Here's which go Obama (he needs 70 more):
Wisconsin (10)
Pennsylvania (20)
Nevada (6)
Ohio (18)
Michigan (16)
Iowa (6)
New Hampshire (4)
Still too close:
Florida (29)
Colorado (9)
I see the steady move to Romney.

Thanks for pointing it out.

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I see the steady move to Romney.
Thanks for pointing it out.
You keep telling yourself that.

I go with the electoral results.

Maybe you can take your draft dodger's poster into the closet and amuse yourself.
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You keep telling yourself that.
I go with the electoral results.
Maybe you can take your draft dodger's poster into the closet and amuse yourself.
Baseless ad hominens. The "liberal mind" at work.

LOL.

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Baseless ad hominens. The "liberal mind" at work.
LOL.
Ad hominem remarks?

TEa baggers: m four years of whining, four years left to go.

PS: the difference is Mitt Romney **IS** a real draft dodger.
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Ad hominem remarks?
TEa baggers: m four years of whining, four years left to go.
PS: the difference is Mitt Romney **IS** a real draft dodger.
Liberal mind. A president who has yet to have a budget passed. A singular achievement. All other presidents have managed to get a budget passed. Even as Nancy Pelosi likened President Bush to Nazi's, he was able to get a budget passed, while the current president couldn't get one through a Congrss that was fully his for the first two years.

The "liberal mind" welcomes all thought and facts as long as they comport with theirs.

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Liberal mind. A president who has yet to have a budget passed.
It isn't up to the President to pass a budget, tea bagger.

And you moved the goalposts.

You claimed Obama didn't have a budget.

Now you changed that to he didn't have one pass.

What we do know is: the Republican party has refused to do anything to help this country get out of the mess Bush & they caused.

It comes from the party that made it's #1 priority to defeat the President instead of #1 priority of getting the country back to work.
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It isn't up to the President to pass a budget, tea bagger.
And you moved the goalposts.
You claimed Obama didn't have a budget.
Now you changed that to he didn't have one pass.
What we do know is: the Republican party has refused to do anything to help this country get out of the mess Bush & they caused.
It comes from the party that made it's #1 priority to defeat the President instead of #1 priority of getting the country back to work.
Two years he had his own congress and didn't get a budget passed. He passes obamacare without a single republican vote, but can't get his own houses to pass a budget. For two years.

Perhaps had this prez not come in the door chirping for the republicans to get to the back of the bus, he might have had a slightly more enthusiastic group. Bush had Nancy Pelosi's comparing him to Nazis, so it's fair to say she wasn't an enthusiastic supporter. Bush still got his budget passed.

Leadership, cooperation. Sadly Obama lacks both.

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Two years he had his own congress and didn't get a budget passed.
Let me know when you pass that civics class.

Obama 299
Romney 206
Ties 33

http://electoral-vote.com/

290 Obama/Biden
Romney/Ryan 248
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...

PS: Numbers go up for Obama tomorrow.
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Let me know when you pass that civics class.
Obama 299
Romney 206
Ties 33
http://electoral-vote.com/
290 Obama/Biden
Romney/Ryan 248
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...
PS: Numbers go up for Obama tomorrow.
Obama 201
Romney 191
Toss up 146

Most folks acknowledge statistical ties and undecided, but Wednesday is the day, unless of course, the democrats don't like the outcome, then it'll drag on for months.

Obama is the first president in American history to not have a single budget approved, despite holding majorities in both houses. Feel better now? The bottom line remains the same, he is a failure as a leader and consensus builder.

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Obama 201
Romney 191
Toss up 146
You keep telling yourself that, honey.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...

You keep pretending Ohio is going to swing to draft dodger after he lied about Chrysler sending Jeep to China.

HAHAHAAHAHAHAHA

RCP Average 10/23 - 10/30 ---- 48.9 46.6 Obama +2.3
Ohio Poll/Univ of Cin. 10/25 - 10/30 1182 LV 2.9 48 46 Obama +2
Rasmussen Reports 10/28 - 10/28 750 LV 4.0 48 50 Romney +2
SurveyUSA 10/26 - 10/29 603 LV 4.1 48 45 Obama +3
Gravis Marketing 10/27 - 10/27 730 LV 3.6 50 49 Obama +1
PPP (D) 10/26 - 10/28 718 LV 3.7 51 47 Obama +4
CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac 10/23 - 10/28 1110 LV 3.0 50 45 Obama +5
Purple Strategies 10/23 - 10/25 600 LV 4.0 46 44 Obama +2
CNN/Opinion Research 10/23 - 10/25 741 LV 3.5 50 46 Obama +4
ARG 10/23 - 10/25 600 LV 4.0 49 47 Obama +2

I told you two weeks ago: coward Romney's biggest problem is he runs his mouth when his staff isn't around to issue "clarifications".

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Obama 201
Romney 191
Toss up 146
Here's a third:

http://www.examiner.com/article/latest-presid...

Obama 285.

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a fourth:

http://www.electionprojection.com/index.php

Obama 290
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Yawn.

What were the Ohio polls before the recall effort?

What were the polls before the Reagan-carter election.

Like I said, I'll wait until Wednesday, though the dems will prolong it if they don't like the result.

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Yawn.
What were the Ohio polls before the recall effort?
Maybe you want to take it back to the Civil War.

I'm going between today and Tuesday.

It's looking like draft dodger is going to lose both Florida and Virgina.

You do know he has to win all three?
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Maybe you want to take it back to the Civil War.
I'm going between today and Tuesday.
It's looking like draft dodger is going to lose both Florida and Virgina.
You do know he has to win all three?
Just back to June, lol, but in liberal years that might equate to the 1800's.

And the incompetent, integrity/maturity challenged narcissist in the WH may win. I've never claimed any differently. A former chief of the labor stats department projected 8 to 10 years to get back to pre recession levels of employment at the present anemic rate. That's not good enough for me, or my kids, or my country.

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Just back to June, lol, but in liberal years that might equate to the 1800's.
And the incompetent, integrity/maturity challenged narcissist in the WH may win. I've never claimed any differently. A former chief of the labor stats department projected 8 to 10 years to get back to pre recession levels of employment at the present anemic rate. That's not good enough for me, or my kids, or my country.
really?
because even Romney says his plan will take 8-10 years.
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really?
because even Romney says his plan will take 8-10 years.
Really? Which part of his plan? Energy independence perhaps? How about jobs?

Source?

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That's not good enough for me, or my kids, or my country.
I guess increasing the national debt to $24 trillion without a way to pay for it is okay, though, huh?

Florida and Virgina, tilting to Obama... as of today...

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