Poll: Obama, Romney head to debate de...

Poll: Obama, Romney head to debate deadlocked

There are 2 comments on the CBS News story from Oct 2, 2012, titled Poll: Obama, Romney head to debate deadlocked. In it, CBS News reports that:

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will head to the stage for their first debate Wednesday night tied among likely voters, according to the latest United Technologies/National Journal Congressional Connection poll .

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Occupy this

San Francisco, CA

#1 Oct 2, 2012
Oh but I thought it was hopeless for Romney! The liberal media's polls said so!

Oh wait, the polls are crap? Yeah, I thought so.

If you ask a room full of democrats - and the token Republican - who they're going to vote for, what do you think the results will be?

Proud liberal

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Oct 3, 2012
Romney will probably do better than Obama. But we know America needs to be cut down to size, so Obama will win.

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