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Colorado's Undecided Voters Are A Hot Election Commodity

There are 37 comments on the National Public Radio story from Oct 2, 2012, titled Colorado's Undecided Voters Are A Hot Election Commodity. In it, National Public Radio reports that:

Throughout our series First and Main, Morning Edition has been traveling this election season to America's Main Streets to contested counties in swing states to find out what is shaping voters choice for the White House.

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goose

Des Plaines, IL

#24 Oct 2, 2012
too funny Don Joe! I can imagine if Al Gore had one! hahahaha

“Life is Good”

Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#25 Oct 2, 2012
FOXNEWS TONIGHT: OBAMA'S OTHER RACE SPEECH
This should be good........in his own words.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#26 Oct 2, 2012
Hilarious Romney wants to extend the deadline for overseas voters after republicans cut the time voters in the US have to vote. Romney wanting his foreign cronies to vote for him.
goose

Des Plaines, IL

#27 Oct 2, 2012
So Tony, you don't think American citizens should be able to vote? No matter where they currently at?
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“Life is Good”

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Perpignan

#29 Oct 3, 2012
Tony wrote:
Hilarious Romney wants to extend the deadline for overseas voters after republicans cut the time voters in the US have to vote. Romney wanting his foreign cronies to vote for him.
stupid lie, try again......this time with a straight face.
Razors Edge

Oak Lawn, IL

#30 Oct 3, 2012
News Flash,

Obama desperate,breaks law,to help with elections,
makes innocent tax payers criminals!!

This maniacal narcissistic will do whatever he wants to get reelected. Can you imagine the media outrage had a republican tried this.

Since the taxpayers will be paying the cost of breaking the law, could they be considered accomplices????

OMB: We’ll Reimburse Employers for WARN Act Fallout
Alana Goodman |@alanagoodman 10.01.2012 - 4:03 PM

The Office of Management and Budget is now promising to compensate defense contractors for any legal penalties that would stem from violating the WARN Act, a federal law that requires employers to warn employees at least 60 days in advance of mass layoffs. The Obama administration had already been urging contractors to ignore the WARN Act in the case of the looming sequestration cuts, since the 60-day-minimum would mean hundreds of thousands of employees could get notices of pending layoffs just days before the presidential election.

But it’s one thing for the Obama administration to tell contractors that they shouldn’t worry about the law. It’s quite another to promise that the cost of any resulting lawsuits will be covered by the government (read: the taxpayers):

But the Friday guidance from the Office of Management and Budget raised the stakes in the dispute, telling contractors that they would be compensated for legal costs if layoffs occur due to contract cancellations under sequestration — but only if the contractors follow the Labor guidance.

The guidance said that if plant closings or mass layoffs occur under sequestration, then “employee compensation costs for [Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification] WARN act liability as determined by a court” would be paid for covered by the contracting federal agency.

There’s also a catch: employers have to agree to play by the “Department of Labor’s guidance” if they want any potential legal costs covered. The DOL’s guidance asks them not to send out layoff notices before the election.

That seems to have satisfied defense contractors. Today, Lockheed Martin announced it would not issue layoff notices in advance of the sequestration cuts. Where is the campaign media on this? The Obama administration just told defense contractors that taxpayers would pay for any legal penalties for not complying with a law that would have complicated Obama’s reelection campaign. Does that not warrant some scrutiny, or do we need a billionth article on Romney’s “47 percent gaffe” instead?

yellowbullet.com

What a stinking Chicago Ghetto Style Cess pool this current admin
has made of our WH????? flat out buying votes!!!
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Storm Warning

Baraboo, WI

#32 Oct 3, 2012
yeah most of the pollsters are homo deviate types with an agenda

Since: Jul 11

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#33 Oct 3, 2012
I thought the Prez was reserved tonight and Mitt had a better overall showing, but Barack 'defined' his work (Wall St.,Healthcare) with confidence, and became stronger as the debate went on..Romney seemed to become more vulnerable in time
Taffy

Fort Worth, TX

#34 Oct 3, 2012
It appeared that the Prez was somewhere else or something else major on his mind. Mitt came out swinging ( and lying). Trying to nail jello to the wall.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#35 Oct 3, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
I thought the Prez was reserved tonight and Mitt had a better overall showing, but Barack 'defined' his work (Wall St.,Healthcare) with confidence, and became stronger as the debate went on..Romney seemed to become more vulnerable in time
I agree whole-heartedly. After weeks of catching Hell, after a bad convention, bad press and horrible poll numbers the right-wingers finally have a moment to celebrate something. The President has always been a bad debater but his messed a golden opportunity to knock Romney out for good. The only good news for Obama out of this is that he finished strong and Romney opened himself up with most of everything he said. Fact Checkers are going to destroy him over the next few days.
obarry

Oak Hill, WV

#36 Oct 3, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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I agree whole-heartedly. After weeks of catching Hell, after a bad convention, bad press and horrible poll numbers the right-wingers finally have a moment to celebrate something. The President has always been a bad debater but his messed a golden opportunity to knock Romney out for good. The only good news for Obama out of this is that he finished strong and Romney opened himself up with most of everything he said. Fact Checkers are going to destroy him over the next few days.
obama finished weak. You are dreaming, fake marine.
Don Joe

Minneapolis, MN

#37 Oct 4, 2012
obarry wrote:
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obama finished weak. You are dreaming, fake marine.
I agree that Obama finished weak, but he appeared weak all the way through. From the first moment when Romney started lying and trying to bully the president, Obama made almost no response. Obama refused to call Romney out on his lies and nasty behavior. Obama comes off as weak by tolerating such awful behavior.

Actually this has been a problem all along for Obama. He caves to every republican demand. He pretends they actually have a point, rather than just a power grab. Obama gives credibility to Romney by not pointing out the mis-information. Obama allows the lies to stand, letting people become more dysfunctional by believing that nonsense.

Will Obama ever get a back bone and stand up for those not on the far far right?

“Life is Good”

Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#38 Oct 4, 2012
Taffy wrote:
It appeared that the Prez was somewhere else or something else major on his mind. Mitt came out swinging ( and lying). Trying to nail jello to the wall.
Obama's Racial Hate Speech of 2007.........

The whole speech was based on a lie. The very law Obama used to say New Orleans was slighted with was passed to the tune of 9 billion dollars TWO WEEK BEFORE OBAMA'S SPEECH with no state participation. OBAMA VOTED AGAINST THIS BILL. ONE OF 14 TO DO SO. Another lie.

OBAMA BLAMED REPUBLICANS AND OTHERS AND NEGLECTED TO SAY HE VOTED AGAINST THE VERY BILL HE IS RANTING ABOUT.

The whole speech was a fabrication.

“Life is Good”

Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#39 Oct 4, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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I agree whole-heartedly. After weeks of catching Hell, after a bad convention, bad press and horrible poll numbers the right-wingers finally have a moment to celebrate something. The President has always been a bad debater but his messed a golden opportunity to knock Romney out for good. The only good news for Obama out of this is that he finished strong and Romney opened himself up with most of everything he said. Fact Checkers are going to destroy him over the next few days.
It will take Obama two weeks to get the teeth marks out of his lips........part of the empty suits problem was with no teleprompter he didn't know where to look so he looked down........he was so used to bowing.
Slipped in Sh-t

United States

#40 Oct 6, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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A part-time resident, Romney may be finding his message losing ground in New Hampshire
Romney trails President Barack Obama in polls here, as he does in most other presidential battlegrounds, despite spending considerable time and money to lock up the state's four Electoral College votes. Some New Hampshire voters say they are turned off by his shift to the right on issues like abortion, while others have absorbed the message from Obama campaign ads depicting Romney as a wealthy corporate titan who doesn't understand the concerns of ordinary people.
aka...the 47%
You mean the Welfare, liberal, socialists folks that want something for nothing
Suprise its beer

United States

#41 Oct 6, 2012
Tony wrote:
Hilarious Romney wants to extend the deadline for overseas voters after republicans cut the time voters in the US have to vote. Romney wanting his foreign cronies to vote for him.
Those Cronies you speak of are US Military Personal you liberal turd.

Since: Jul 11

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#42 Jun 28, 2013
Obama wins Colorado and Virginia twice in a row!

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