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http://www.collegehumor.com/video/6830834/mit...

Mature language - you have been warned....lol

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Immature response to fear from the left huh Jessicarp ?? But hey did you read this ?

New poll shows Romney, Obama appear tied in Ohio

Published October 28, 2012

FoxNews.com



Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.(AP)

A late surge by Mitt Romney has made the contest between him and President Obama to win Ohio too close to call, according to a poll released Sunday.

Romney and Obama appear tied at 49 percent among likely voters, according to an Ohio News Organization poll. The margin of error in the poll is 3.1 percentage points.

The biggest movement since the group’s poll in September is Romney's lead with male voters -- from 1 percentage point to 12 points.

The president held 51 percent of the vote in the September poll.

“Momentum is on our side,” Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman said on “Fox News Sunday.”“Energy and enthusiasm is on our side.”

Portman, who played Obama in Romney’s debate practices, said the margin has closed since the first date, on Oct. 3, which most people say Romney decisively won.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/28/ne...
Jessica Rabbit

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Sniper II wrote:
Immature response to fear from the left huh Jessicarp ?? But hey did you read this ?
New poll shows Romney, Obama appear tied in Ohio
Published October 28, 2012
FoxNews.com
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.(AP)
A late surge by Mitt Romney has made the contest between him and President Obama to win Ohio too close to call, according to a poll released Sunday.
Romney and Obama appear tied at 49 percent among likely voters, according to an Ohio News Organization poll. The margin of error in the poll is 3.1 percentage points.
The biggest movement since the group’s poll in September is Romney's lead with male voters -- from 1 percentage point to 12 points.
The president held 51 percent of the vote in the September poll.
“Momentum is on our side,” Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman said on “Fox News Sunday.”“Energy and enthusiasm is on our side.”
Portman, who played Obama in Romney’s debate practices, said the margin has closed since the first date, on Oct. 3, which most people say Romney decisively won.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/28/ne...
You didn't even bother to look at the link so go stuff yourself, sniguppy.

Oh, and your opinions are not the opinions of everyone in the Denver Metro area.

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Jessica Rabbit wrote:
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You didn't even bother to look at the link so go stuff yourself, sniguppy.
Oh, and your opinions are not the opinions of everyone in the Denver Metro area.
No, you are right, there is two or three that will disagree with it.
Jessica Rabbit

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_Wrath_ wrote:
<quoted text>No, you are right, there is two or three that will disagree with it.
Wrath, have you read the rider that is attached to amendment 64?

If not, get busy.

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Romney opens up 7-point lead over Obama, as electoral map begins to shift

Mitt Romney's national lead over President Obama grew even more Thursday, with the latest Gallup survey showing the Republican nominee up 7 points -- as polling in the battlegrounds indicates the electoral map may be shifting in Romney's favor.

In a significant development, the RealClearPolitics electoral map, which offers predictions of which states favor which candidates, for the first time is showing Romney ahead in terms of electoral votes he is likely to win on Nov. 6.

Obama had a big advantage over Romney for months in those projections. But in the past few weeks, states thought to favor Obama like New Hampshire and Pennsylvania were moved into the "toss-up" column. Meanwhile, RCP just moved North Carolina from "toss up" to "leans Romney." The projections -- while subject to change any time of any day -- show Romney with a likely 206 electoral votes and Obama with 201. That leaves another 131 electoral votes up for grabs in the battlegrounds.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/18/ro...
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Sniper II wrote:
Romney opens up 7-point lead over Obama, as electoral map begins to shift
Mitt Romney's national lead over President Obama grew even more Thursday, with the latest Gallup survey showing the Republican nominee up 7 points -- as polling in the battlegrounds indicates the electoral map may be shifting in Romney's favor.
In a significant development, the RealClearPolitics electoral map, which offers predictions of which states favor which candidates, for the first time is showing Romney ahead in terms of electoral votes he is likely to win on Nov. 6.
Obama had a big advantage over Romney for months in those projections. But in the past few weeks, states thought to favor Obama like New Hampshire and Pennsylvania were moved into the "toss-up" column. Meanwhile, RCP just moved North Carolina from "toss up" to "leans Romney." The projections -- while subject to change any time of any day -- show Romney with a likely 206 electoral votes and Obama with 201. That leaves another 131 electoral votes up for grabs in the battlegrounds.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/18/ro...
A second 7-11 is opened by Romney . Sniper applies for a job and is not qualified to even mop floors .

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Sniper II wrote:
In a significant development, the RealClearPolitics electoral map, which offers predictions of which states favor which candidates, for the first time is showing Romney ahead in terms of electoral votes he is likely to win on Nov. 6.
You and FoxNOISE do nothing but LIE

Here is the FACTS and TRUTH

Electoral college map

President Obama 201

Romney 191

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

With Obama in the lead in Ohio by 2.1% with Romney trailing in EVERY poll
Gluteus Maximus

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karlVII wrote:
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You and FoxNOISE do nothing but LIE
Here is the FACTS and TRUTH
Electoral college map
President Obama 201
Romney 191
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...
With Obama in the lead in Ohio by 2.1% with Romney trailing in EVERY poll
EVERY poll huh??

5:00 AM, Oct 29, 2012 The bipartisan Battleground Poll, in its “vote election model,” is projecting that Mitt Romney will defeat President Obama 52 percent to 47 percent. The poll also found that Romney has an even greater advantage among middle class voters, 52 percent to 45 percent. The projected outcome by the Battleground Poll is close to that of the Gallup Poll. Last week, Gallup said Romney leads Obama 49 percent to 46 percent in its model of the electorate’s composition on November 6. The Battleground Poll is conducted by Goeas of the Tarrance Group and Celinda Lake of Lake Research Partners. Goeas is a Republican, Lake a Democrat. The survey is affiliated with Politico and George Washington University

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Gluteus Maximus wrote:
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EVERY poll huh??
5:00 AM, Oct 29, 2012 The bipartisan Battleground Poll, in its “vote election model,” is projecting that Mitt Romney will defeat President Obama 52 percent to 47 percent. The poll also found that Romney has an even greater advantage among middle class voters, 52 percent to 45 percent. The projected outcome by the Battleground Poll is close to that of the Gallup Poll. Last week, Gallup said Romney leads Obama 49 percent to 46 percent in its model of the electorate’s composition on November 6. The Battleground Poll is conducted by Goeas of the Tarrance Group and Celinda Lake of Lake Research Partners. Goeas is a Republican, Lake a Democrat. The survey is affiliated with Politico and George Washington University
2012 President - Likelihood of Victory (Electoral College)

President Obama 303

Romney 235

http://www.predictwise.com/maps/2012president

Check out a site that is NOT a POLL predictwise is INVESTORS that predict the winner based on the MARKET and MONEY!!!!!

Real people with real MONEY not some robopoll that twists distorts and manipulates the numbers to suit their agenda.
why the Democrats lost

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Jessica Rabbit wrote:
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A second 7-11 is opened by Romney . Sniper applies for a job and is not qualified to even mop floors .
But you are planning to run a call girl site there for A discount on hookers that are really ugly.
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why the Democrats lost wrote:
<quoted text> But you are planning to run a call girl site there for A discount on hookers that are really ugly.
You remain off topic.

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