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Obama gains in Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, Southwest keys to early 2012 battleground

There are 115 comments on the The Washington Post story from Apr 14, 2012, titled Obama gains in Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, Southwest keys to early 2012 battleground. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

The numbers reflect electoral votes: - President Barack Obama speaks at the Port of Tampa in Tampa, Fla., ,Friday, April 13, 2012, about trade with Latin America before heading to Colombia for the Summit of the Americas.

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Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#1 Apr 14, 2012
That's because most of us aren't paying attention yet. He'll do better than that when it sinks in that Romney of national ROMNEYCARE will be the "conservative" alternative!!! Romney is to the left of Obama.

“Make America Great Again”

Since: Jun 07

Bring Obama Back!

#2 Apr 14, 2012
Great article pointing out President Obama’s strong position in his re-election bid for a second term… women, Hispanics, Blacks and young adults will come out strong in support of our Osama-killing President. Obama is being spotted at the gate with about 215 electoral votes…
serfs up

Kissimmee, FL

#3 Apr 14, 2012
You gotta love bullchitt polls. That tin plated stalin wannabe is a traitor. And he is only president to a segment of the population and has proved it.

“Secular Human and AntiParty”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#4 Apr 14, 2012
Well, it looks like Romney is the GOP's choice. I guess he's better than that wacko Santorum, Newter the serial husband or that really old whiny guy with two first names. Do the repubs ever want to win the Whitehouse again? Willard better pick a strong running mate to make up for his myriad of weaknesses. Maybe a former half term governor from Alaska. That should do it.
Lance Winslow

Alameda, CA

#6 Apr 14, 2012
Spent Bastard wrote:
Well, it looks like Romney is the GOP's choice. I guess he's better than that wacko Santorum, Newter the serial husband or that really old whiny guy with two first names. Do the repubs ever want to win the Whitehouse again? Willard better pick a strong running mate to make up for his myriad of weaknesses. Maybe a former half term governor from Alaska. That should do it.
You hit it on the nailhead! Now that Romney's cinched the nomination, Republicans are gonna have to bite the bullet. Romney has something to distress or disgust everyone and the more the voters know about him...well, you figure it. And as bad or worse, more voters will stay home when they know which other loser he picks as a running mate (if there were one decent candidate out there, Romney wouldn't have the nomination).
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#7 Apr 14, 2012
At this time , what they say Obama is gaining ground from women and Latinos, reflects it is too early to call.

However, Obama is still a few % points behind Romney.

Men voters go for close to 59% Romney to 40% Obama.

When Romney get women, and other voters later months to come , it is all over for Obama.

“Sustainability Now!”

Since: May 08

Vadnais Heights

#8 Apr 14, 2012
Spent Bastard wrote:
Well, it looks like Romney is the GOP's choice. I guess he's better than that wacko Santorum, Newter the serial husband or that really old whiny guy with two first names. Do the repubs ever want to win the Whitehouse again? Willard better pick a strong running mate to make up for his myriad of weaknesses. Maybe a former half term governor from Alaska. That should do it.
How about Sharron Angle or Christine (I am NOT a witch) McDonnell? Steve King of Iowa or Allen West of Florida? Herman Cain or Michele Bachmann?

There are PLENTY of available wingnuts to choose from. It really doesn't matter, anyway. Romney only has appeal to the Rich, and Rich wanna-be types.

Bob Dole was a much stronger candidate in 1996, and no one remembers him today. In a couple years you will hear, "Mitt who?"

“Secular Human and AntiParty”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#9 Apr 14, 2012
Madaman wrote:
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How about Sharron Angle or Christine (I am NOT a witch) McDonnell? Steve King of Iowa or Allen West of Florida? Herman Cain or Michele Bachmann?
There are PLENTY of available wingnuts to choose from. It really doesn't matter, anyway. Romney only has appeal to the Rich, and Rich wanna-be types.
Bob Dole was a much stronger candidate in 1996, and no one remembers him today. In a couple years you will hear, "Mitt who?"
It's amazing that this is what rises to the top of the GOP. You almost have to feel sorry for them. Even the teabaggers here can only spout the same, tired rhetoric; socialism, obamacare, death panels. I enjoy intellectual debate, but the right is unarmed. No wonder they do so well with the uneducated.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#10 Apr 14, 2012
Romney gets women, and other voters increasingly to come .

Romney will get lots of women and Latinos when time goes by , Obama will be finished for sure.
Florida

Tampa, FL

#11 Apr 14, 2012
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The Polls of Hope are never Honest or Rev. wRight... Polls of Hope are for the "Hopelessly" enslaved...
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liberals are... As Lenin said - "Useful idiots"... Mind Readers... Clueless Idiot Clowns...
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Ross

Summerfield, FL

#12 Apr 14, 2012
A reading of the headline to this article, you cause you to believe that odummy is really gaining momentum. When you read the article, you see that he is a solid favorite in states that democrats have been winning for the last 60 years; MD, DC, NJ, NY, VT, etc.

This is just one more illustration of the press, in this case the Washington compost, carrying water for this idiot president.

...latest polls show odummy down to Romney by 4 points. In the right/wrong track, voters say by almost 70% that the nation is heading in the wrong direction. Odummy has an approval rating of 41%.

The liberal media keeps trying to spread positive propaganda for odummy...and the liberal media is continuing to see its profits tumble.

The American people have caught on.
drink the hivE

New York, NY

#13 Apr 14, 2012
What Is the Purpose Of The Electoral College BS?...

http://kikirikipics.com/wp-content/uploads/20...

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#14 Apr 14, 2012
JBH wrote:
At this time , what they say Obama is gaining ground from women and Latinos, reflects it is too early to call.
However, Obama is still a few % points behind Romney.
Men voters go for close to 59% Romney to 40% Obama.
When Romney get women, and other voters later months to come , it is all over for Obama.
Except for the Rasmussen Propaganda outlier, there's not a poll that show the President behind. Romney will get the clap before he gets the women's voe.

Obama led Romney 57 to 38 percent among registered female voters surveyed....Romney led Obama among men, 52 to 44 percent...both genders surveyed were grouped together, Obama led Romney 51 to 44 percent. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/OTUS/women-boo...

Since: Sep 08

Huntsville, AL

#15 Apr 14, 2012
Madaman wrote:
<quoted text>
How about Sharron Angle or Christine (I am NOT a witch) McDonnell? Steve King of Iowa or Allen West of Florida? Herman Cain or Michele Bachmann?
There are PLENTY of available wingnuts to choose from. It really doesn't matter, anyway. Romney only has appeal to the Rich, and Rich wanna-be types.
Bob Dole was a much stronger candidate in 1996, and no one remembers him today. In a couple years you will hear, "Mitt who?"
Bob Dole? Last I heard he was pimping Vigra.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#17 Apr 14, 2012
who="PlacitasRoy"]
Except for the Rasmussen Propaganda outlier, there's not a poll that show the President behind. Romney will get the clap before he gets the women's voe.

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From the ABC news as follows:

Obama led Romney 57 to 38 percent among registered female voters surveyed, the president's largest margin among women to date, according to Langer Research Associates ( pdf), which produced the April 5-8 poll for ABC.=èdifference is 21 %

Romney led Obama among men, 52 to 44 percent è(è difference is only 8%? And How come? It would be more than 18%s that has shown consistently for al t least last few months, dating to a week ago, soit doesn’t make sense all of a sudden men voters would drop 10% in a few days.), but that wasn't enough to blunt the edge provided by the president's female support. When voters of both genders surveyed were grouped together, Obama led Romney 51 to 44 percent.è=>> difference is 7%?

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The ABC poll is a biased and inaccurate poll at this time
Men are more interested in politics, as traditional voters and as bigger number of voters than women.

Again, there is no doubt Romney lacks behind women and Latino voters, and virtually gets nothing from Blacks. So that Is why Romney has to go to get women and Latino votes and increasingly in coming day and months.

As of a day ago, some independent college poll showed Romney leading Obama by 46% to 40%--It was just yesterday news coming from Topix .

They are the final votes that determine by the time comes, which is way ahead of now, as of time.

Right now, you are talking about trivials, which do not make sense--just based on Gathering recent facts finding.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#18 Apr 14, 2012

1 min ago

who="PlacitasRoy"]
Except for the Rasmussen Propaganda outlier, there's not a poll that show the President behind. Romney will get the clap before he gets the women's voe.

_+_+__+_+_

From the ABC news as follows:

Obama led Romney 57 to 38 percent among registered female voters surveyed, the president's largest margin among women to date, according to Langer Research Associates ( pdf), which produced the April 5-8 poll for ABC. <<<<<====differ ence is 19 %>>>>>>

Romney led Obama among men, 52 to 44 percent <<<<<===differe nce is only 8%? And How come? It would be more than 18%, As that has shown consistently for at least last few months, dating to a week ago, so it doesn’t make sense all of a sudden = men voters would drop 10% in a few days.>>>>>,
but that wasn't enough to blunt the edge provided by the president's female support. When voters of both genders surveyed were grouped together, Obama led Romney 51 to 44 percent.=>>>> >> difference is 7%?<<<<<< <

*&()_(*&)_+)(*)_(*

The ABC poll is a biased and inaccurate poll at this time

Men are more interested in politics, as traditional voters and as bigger number of voters than women.

Again, there is no doubt Romney lacks behind, FROM women and Latino voters, and virtually gets nothing from Blacks. So, that Is why Romney has to go to get women and Latino votes and increasingly in coming day and months.

As of a day ago, some independent college poll showed Romney leading Obama by 46% to 40%--It was just yesterday news coming from Topix .

They are the final votes that determine by the time comes, which is way ahead of now, as of time.

Right now, you are talking about trivials, which do not make sense--just based on Gathering recent facts finding.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#19 Apr 14, 2012
You have a bunch of dummies and nuts over here and everywhere.

This Obama has been doing all the wrongs, worse than Bush

Every one single thing is damn wrong with this dummy Obama.

But you know what --- the worse will get , as these nutty bummers here still can’t figure out how bad it is about the dumb psycho Obama.

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#20 Apr 14, 2012
JBH wrote:
Romney gets women, and other voters increasingly to come....
Other voters? You mean the Log Cabin Republicans?

LOL!!!
wewewewewe

Charleston, SC

#21 Apr 15, 2012
Tens of millions of Americans want Obama dead. Why is that?
Curtis Lowe

United States

#22 Apr 15, 2012
Nobody is going to vote for this fool again. His army of black thugs scared the crap out of every senior citizen in Florida.

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