Poll: Obama has edge in three battleg...

Poll: Obama has edge in three battlegrounds

There are 21 comments on the KCCI-TV Des Moines story from Jun 27, 2012, titled Poll: Obama has edge in three battlegrounds. In it, KCCI-TV Des Moines reports that:

Polls released Wednesday showed President Barack Obama narrowly edging his Republican rival Mitt Romney in Florida, Pennsylvania and Ohio -- three battlegrounds that went for Obama in 2008 but will be toss ups in November.

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Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#2 Jun 27, 2012
b4its2late wrote:
It makes my head spin, that any significant number of people still support this guy. Im not trying to be confontational. I just dont get it.
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I wonder if the pols are anywhere near being accurate. I personaly think obama is going to lose big. But the pols dont show that.
The key for Obama is the race card and he has been playing more every day as the election approaches. As long as he can get the racist voters to turn out to vote for him he has a chance. I do not know one white person that voted for Obama in 08 that will vote for him again because they have seen the truth about him but there are many non-white voters that had never voted before 08 and have not voted since that may vote in the next presidential election just because they want a "black" president. The sad truth is that racism is alive and well in the United States and all Americans are suffering because of it. Personally I don't like Romney either but perhaps if the American people keep switching from Democrat to Republican and back sooner or later one of the parties will get the hint and listen to the American citizens rather than their corporate masters.
poe

United States

#3 Jun 27, 2012
He has got to go that's for sure. I found this video on you tube, I laughed so hard, the guy is SO angry (and rightfully so) that, I swear if he had false teeth, they would have flown right out of his mouth. Check it out.

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conservative crapola

Bethlehem, PA

#4 Jun 27, 2012
Bloomberg: Obama double-digit lead.

Hahahahahahaha

The end is nigh for the cons and their hallucination of the Presidency. Maybe next time, you'll select a real CONdidate to attempt to defeat Hillary.
2012 Romney

De Soto, KS

#5 Jun 27, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
Bloomberg: Obama double-digit lead.
Hahahahahahaha
The end is nigh for the cons and their hallucination of the Presidency. Maybe next time, you'll select a real CONdidate to attempt to defeat Hillary.
You probably have a bid in for that infamous bridge that's for sale, don't you?

SIR LANCELOT

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#7 Jun 27, 2012
More liberal media bullsh*t.
Don't believe it as i travel across America all i hear from people is how this azzhole is going down in November no matter how much the liberal media tries to outright lie for him.
He is going back to ChiCongo along with his sasquatch wookie wife.
conservative crapola

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Jun 27, 2012
SIR LANCELOT wrote:
More liberal media bullsh*t.
Don't believe it as i travel across America all i hear from people is how this azzhole is going down in November no matter how much the liberal media tries to outright lie for him.
He is going back to ChiCongo along with his sasquatch wookie wife.
Listening to the rush dickless staged callers and passing them off as America's opinion, while doing your travelling salesman thing, is hardly a credible source.

SIR LANCELOT

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#9 Jun 27, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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Listening to the rush dickless staged callers and passing them off as America's opinion, while doing your travelling salesman thing, is hardly a credible source.
I think you have been listening to Rachel MadCow and fatass Ed Shultz way too much, considering both of them put together would be lucky enough to garner 0.2% viewership.
LOL

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Jun 27, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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Listening to the rush dickless staged callers and passing them off as America's opinion, while doing your travelling salesman thing, is hardly a credible source.
Find Mark Levin on your radio and learn a few things about the constitution. something Nobama tramples upon.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#11 Jun 27, 2012
Back in 2008 Barack Obama said during a stop in Ohio Americans had it too good and we have to worry about what the world thinks. The people sitting behind him applauded wildly.
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I see Ohioans haven't learned anything these past 3.5 years.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#12 Jun 27, 2012
b4its2late wrote:
It makes my head spin, that any significant number of people still support this guy. Im not trying to be confontational. I just dont get it.
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I wonder if the pols are anywhere near being accurate. I personaly think obama is going to lose big. But the pols dont show that.
I have come to the conclusion Americans have been sliding into a welfare state mentality.
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So few Americans have bothered to understand economics and history it is understandable why so many still fall for Obama.
conservative crapola

Bethlehem, PA

#13 Jun 27, 2012
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>Find Mark Levin on your radio and learn a few things about the constitution. something Nobama tramples upon.
Did he dedicate his show to flubya's whole 8 year puppet regime and his violations?
Bob Lewis

AOL

#14 Jun 27, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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Listening to the rush dickless staged callers and passing them off as America's opinion, while doing your travelling salesman thing, is hardly a credible source.
I didnt' know there were enough Mexicans in Ohio to swing the vote to Obama??? Interesting.
imaginaryfriend

Sterling Heights, MI

#15 Jun 27, 2012
Pro-democracy voters will vote for Obama. The repugs are trampling on it to put forth their neo-fascism. Dumb Americans need to wake up. Why else would the repugs want to suppress the voting rights of American citizens? Including WW11 vets who fought against fascism in the 40s.
All Democrats should walk out in the House tomorrow. The repugs are representing their Special Interest group: the NRA, instead of We the People.
SHAME on THEM!

SIR LANCELOT

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#16 Jun 27, 2012
imaginaryfriend wrote:
Pro-democracy voters will vote for Obama. The repugs are trampling on it to put forth their neo-fascism. Dumb Americans need to wake up. Why else would the repugs want to suppress the voting rights of American citizens? Including WW11 vets who fought against fascism in the 40s.
All Democrats should walk out in the House tomorrow. The repugs are representing their Special Interest group: the NRA, instead of We the People.
SHAME on THEM!
Did your imaginary friend tell you that?
LMAO

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Jun 27, 2012
imaginaryfriend wrote:
Pro-democracy voters will vote for Obama. The repugs are trampling on it to put forth their neo-fascism. Dumb Americans need to wake up. Why else would the repugs want to suppress the voting rights of American citizens? Including WW11 vets who fought against fascism in the 40s.
All Democrats should walk out in the House tomorrow. The repugs are representing their Special Interest group: the NRA, instead of We the People.
SHAME on THEM!
I'd love it if the Dems walked out, after cleaning out their desks, never to return again!
imaginaryfriend

Sterling Heights, MI

#18 Jun 27, 2012
They will after finishing the firing squad on all the repUGLYcons whose intentional obstructionism is TREASON. Then they can help the American people by passing the Jobs Bill, lowering student loan interests, and so on. After the repugs's funerals, they can go on a well deserved recess.
Dane T

AOL

#20 Jun 27, 2012
imaginaryfriend wrote:
Pro-democracy voters will vote for Obama. The repugs are trampling on it to put forth their neo-fascism. Dumb Americans need to wake up. Why else would the repugs want to suppress the voting rights of American citizens? Including WW11 vets who fought against fascism in the 40s.
All Democrats should walk out in the House tomorrow. The repugs are representing their Special Interest group: the NRA, instead of We the People.
SHAME on THEM!
It is terrifying that any American citizen would object to Voter ID. I don't see how unpatriotic trash like that could look themselves in the mirror or look their children in the eyes.
Cat74

United States

#21 Jun 27, 2012
Six weeks ago the President led in 12 battleground states. Three weeks ago the President led in 7 battleground states, now 3? Makes one wonder how long he will lead in any states.
CarolO

Lawrence, MI

#22 Jun 28, 2012
Some of these old time Republicans don't seem to want to talk about Romney and their Social Security and Medicare. I guess because Romney refuses to discuss it, people don't care to ask the questions.
CarolO

Lawrence, MI

#23 Jun 28, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
Six weeks ago the President led in 12 battleground states. Three weeks ago the President led in 7 battleground states, now 3? Makes one wonder how long he will lead in any states.
Sorry to disappoint you but Obama is still ahead in numerous states. This article is talking of only three of them. This is not the ONLY three he is leading in.

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