Ohio Slipping Out Of Romney's Reach

There are 20 comments on the ABC News story from Sep 26, 2012, titled Ohio Slipping Out Of Romney's Reach. In it, ABC News reports that:

OHIO NOW LEANS OBAMA: ABC News Political Director Amy Walter notes that today's New York Times-CBS News-Quinnipiac poll is the fourth non-partisan media poll in a row to show President Obama not only ahead by a significant margin, but at or above 50 percent of the vote.

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Since: Aug 12

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#2975 Nov 28, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Thrive In Ohio Ad Campaign Celebrates Successes Of Ohioans And ... www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/thrive-in-oh... ...
Nov 16, 2012 ... Driven by the tagline "Live. Work. Thrive.," the Thrive in Ohio campaign launches Sunday and runs through early December, reaching ...
Say , Thank you John Kasich! We won't miss all this good economic news when we vote in a moonbat lib.
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#2976 Nov 28, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Say , Thank you John Kasich! We won't miss all this good economic news when we vote in a moonbat lib.
I don't think its legal to be voting in two different states bubba.

I know you only made it through third grade, but you CAN, count that high, right?

woof
Beyond

Santa Fe, NM

#2977 Nov 28, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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It is amazing that Norquist has so much power. Nobody elected him to anything. Sounds like some are ready to break the pledge, but we will see.
that it is total corruption and violation of the legistlator's oath to not consider each piece of legislation on its individual merits instead of outsourcing your duty to a lobbyist forever in exchange for campaign funding and support.

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#2978 Nov 28, 2012
Beyond wrote:
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that it is total corruption and violation of the legistlator's oath to not consider each piece of legislation on its individual merits instead of outsourcing your duty to a lobbyist forever in exchange for campaign funding and support.
Borders on Treason doesn't it?
What the hell happened to Country First? Once again they are holding middle class,(98%) of us hostage and Boner is set to pull the trigger. What a whining little baby he is. Grow some balls Boner.

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#2979 Nov 28, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Say , Thank you John Kasich! We won't miss all this good economic news when we vote in a moonbat lib.
Thank you Kasuck, for what? For throwing Ohio under the bus from day ONE with his 'Take care of the wealthy' agenda. Hell no we won't. His ass is out.

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#2980 Nov 28, 2012
Tweet!!@#My2K
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#2981 Nov 28, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Borders on Treason doesn't it?
What the hell happened to Country First? Once again they are holding middle class,(98%) of us hostage and Boner is set to pull the trigger. What a whining little baby he is. Grow some balls Boner.
Let's see, DumBama is willing to let us go over the cliff because he wants to raise taxes on people he dislikes, but the Republicans don't want a tax increase for anybody. But it's the Republicans fault.

I would tell DumBama that if he wants to increase taxes on those who typically don't vote Democrat, get rid of Commie Care and we have a deal.

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#2982 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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Let's see, DumBama is willing to let us go over the cliff because he wants to raise taxes on people he dislikes, but the Republicans don't want a tax increase for anybody. But it's the Republicans fault.
I would tell DumBama that if he wants to increase taxes on those who typically don't vote Democrat, get rid of Commie Care and we have a deal.
Quit yer whinin' dumbass loser.

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#2983 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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Let's see, DumBama is willing to let us go over the cliff because he wants to raise taxes on people he dislikes, but the Republicans don't want a tax increase for anybody. But it's the Republicans fault.
I would tell DumBama that if he wants to increase taxes on those who typically don't vote Democrat, get rid of Commie Care and we have a deal.
Guess you figured it out. Majority wants health care and majority wants taxes to go up on top two percent. That is why Obama won re-election. Now we expect him to do what we elected him for.

Poll: More Americans Blame Republicans For Fiscal Cliff Impasse www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/11/26/P... ...

1 day ago ... And Congressional Republicans should be blamed for the fiscal cliff, given that ... if the fiscal cliff turns out to be not deal republicans will be blamed for ... i agree and at least they would not have turned their voter base a like 1 ...
Republican Obstruction: Poll Shows Voters Will Blame - PolicyMic www.policymic.com/articles/19047/republican-o... ...

Republican Obstruction: Poll Shows Voters Will Blame Congressional GOP if ... they would blame congressional Republicans if talks on the “fiscal cliff” failed.
GOP Should Back Down: More Americans Blame Republicans for ... voices.yahoo.com/gop-back-down-more-americans... ...

Nov 14, 2012 ... Voters will blame them for any failure to compromise on the budget ... blaming the president, for fiscal cliff failures is a warning in bold red.

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#2984 Nov 28, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Guess you figured it out. Majority wants health care and majority wants taxes to go up on top two percent. That is why Obama won re-election. Now we expect him to do what we elected him for.
Poll: More Americans Blame Republicans For Fiscal Cliff Impasse www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/11/26/P... ...
1 day ago ... And Congressional Republicans should be blamed for the fiscal cliff, given that ... if the fiscal cliff turns out to be not deal republicans will be blamed for ... i agree and at least they would not have turned their voter base a like 1 ...
Republican Obstruction: Poll Shows Voters Will Blame - PolicyMic www.policymic.com/articles/19047/republican-o... ...
Republican Obstruction: Poll Shows Voters Will Blame Congressional GOP if ... they would blame congressional Republicans if talks on the “fiscal cliff” failed.
GOP Should Back Down: More Americans Blame Republicans for ... voices.yahoo.com/gop-back-down-more-americans... ...
Nov 14, 2012 ... Voters will blame them for any failure to compromise on the budget ... blaming the president, for fiscal cliff failures is a warning in bold red.
Tax people who make over $250k?

Are you kidding me?
The

Santa Fe, NM

#2985 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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he wants to raise taxes on people he dislikes,
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dumbest thing I've seen posted all day.

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#2986 Nov 28, 2012
The wrote:
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dumbest thing I've seen posted all day.
Indeed! Takes the cake, almost wins the STUPID POST OF THE DAY AWARD.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#2987 Nov 28, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Guess you figured it out. Majority wants health care and majority wants taxes to go up on top two percent. That is why Obama won re-election. Now we expect him to do what we elected him for.
That's what we Republicans have been saying all along. DumBama won because he is the hand-out President. He bought the election because Americans have become so greedy they found their Robin Hood that will take from the wealthy and give to them.

No kidding people say they want the wealthy to pay more tax! If somebody said that we are going to tax Cuz and give to me, I would vote for that too!
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#2988 Nov 28, 2012
The wrote:
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dumbest thing I've seen posted all day.
Then maybe you should read even more liberal blogs. After all, the dopes on liberal blogs actually believe that taxing the wealthy will do anything for our country. Few libs have taken the time to read their own liberal newspapers which clearly spells out that taking money from couples who make over $250,000 per year only nets us 80 billion per year. That's it! We spend more than that on food stamps every year. How is that going to do squat to a 1.2 trillion dollar annual deficit? It doesn't. All it does is slow down the economy even more.

DumBama has been on this "tax the wealthy" for over two years now. It's the only thing he has in his empty head. The man is a failure and will continue to be a failure, and you supported him.

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#2989 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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That's what we Republicans have been saying all along. DumBama won because he is the hand-out President. He bought the election because Americans have become so greedy they found their Robin Hood that will take from the wealthy and give to them.
No kidding people say they want the wealthy to pay more tax! If somebody said that we are going to tax Cuz and give to me, I would vote for that too!
U make $250k per year bro?
The

Santa Fe, NM

#2990 Nov 28, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Say , Thank you John Kasich! We won't miss all this good economic news when we vote in a moonbat lib.
dope reads a state government press release...

Thank you democrats for saving a million jobs in that region.

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#2991 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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Then maybe you should read even more liberal blogs. After all, the dopes on liberal blogs actually believe that taxing the wealthy will do anything for our country. Few libs have taken the time to read their own liberal newspapers which clearly spells out that taking money from couples who make over $250,000 per year only nets us 80 billion per year. That's it! We spend more than that on food stamps every year. How is that going to do squat to a 1.2 trillion dollar annual deficit? It doesn't. All it does is slow down the economy even more.
DumBama has been on this "tax the wealthy" for over two years now. It's the only thing he has in his empty head. The man is a failure and will continue to be a failure, and you supported him.
Better to do nothing like tea bag Republican con tards right?
Why are

Santa Fe, NM

#2992 Nov 28, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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Then maybe you should read even more liberal blogs. After all, the dopes on liberal blogs actually believe that taxing the wealthy will do anything for our country. Few libs have taken the time to read their own liberal newspapers which clearly spells out that taking money from couples who make over $250,000 per year only nets us 80 billion per year. That's it! We spend more than that on food stamps every year. How is that going to do squat to a 1.2 trillion dollar annual deficit? It doesn't. All it does is slow down the economy even more.
DumBama has been on this "tax the wealthy" for over two years now. It's the only thing he has in his empty head. The man is a failure and will continue to be a failure, and you supported him.
you so stupid?$80 billion is a great start and helps straighten out the imbalance and demonstrate to the rest of us that we are all in this together. The top 1% has become 250 times more wealthy since Reagan and then Bush screwed up the tax rates and everyone else has stagnated. It has clearly been demonstrated that they are not creating any jobs.

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#2993 Nov 28, 2012
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you so stupid?$80 billion is a great start and helps straighten out the imbalance and demonstrate to the rest of us that we are all in this together. The top 1% has become 250 times more wealthy since Reagan and then Bush screwed up the tax rates and everyone else has stagnated. It has clearly been demonstrated that they are not creating any jobs.
If you are a tea bag, you don't care about $80 billion or anything else. You just whine a lot and cry about not getting your way.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#2994 Nov 28, 2012
Why are wrote:
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you so stupid?$80 billion is a great start and helps straighten out the imbalance and demonstrate to the rest of us that we are all in this together. The top 1% has become 250 times more wealthy since Reagan and then Bush screwed up the tax rates and everyone else has stagnated. It has clearly been demonstrated that they are not creating any jobs.
And how many jobs has DumBama created? No, I don't mean the jobs he claims, I'm talking about the actual amount of people working today.

Four years, and we have less people working today than when he took office. We have around the same amount of unemployment. We have record poverty levels. And you want to blame Bush and Reagan?

The top 10% of wage earners in this country pay 71% of all collected federal taxes. If that's not enough, then what is? Give me a number. Is it 80% 85%, 90%? What percentage should the top 10% pay for the rest of us 90%?

There is no solution by taxing couples making over $250,000 per year. It's one thing if we could solve a problem or two, but quite another when it doesn't do one bit of good. We have plenty of money to run the government. Our problem is what we spend.

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