Ohio Slipping Out Of Romney's Reach

Ohio Slipping Out Of Romney's Reach

There are 2841 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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#3056 Dec 1, 2012
ALICIA BANKS wrote:
hobama is the new hitler/nixon/gwb 3.0
selection 2012 was stolen by hobama nazis...
wwiii and civil war ii loom...
cc ndaa/africom/hobamacare's designer poverty etc
shame on the sheeple!!!
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Don't worry about it. We only have 21 Days left on the Earth anyway. Maybe you can spend your remaining time working toward getting 'Raptured Up' so you won't perish with the rest of us.
Getting Raptured is a pretty tall order, though, so you should get busy, getting holy.
Independent

Alice, TX

#3059 Dec 1, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Don't worry about it. We only have 21 Days left on the Earth anyway. Maybe you can spend your remaining time working toward getting 'Raptured Up' so you won't perish with the rest of us.
Getting Raptured is a pretty tall order, though, so you should get busy, getting holy.
Let me educate you, you ignorant, leftist ,atheist, hood rat. December 21, is the Mayan calender doomsday scenario, it has nothing to do with "Rapturing". Or the Christian faith....Dumbo!

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#3060 Dec 1, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>Let me educate you, you ignorant, leftist ,atheist, hood rat. December 21, is the Mayan calender doomsday scenario, it has nothing to do with "Rapturing". Or the Christian faith....Dumbo!
Well it is worth a shot. Gotta try something. What is the new date for Rapture?

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#3061 Dec 1, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>Let me educate you, you ignorant, leftist ,atheist, hood rat. December 21, is the Mayan calender doomsday scenario, it has nothing to do with "Rapturing". Or the Christian faith....Dumbo!
That is funny.
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#3062 Dec 1, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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I assume you mean the Holiday Tree.
CORRECT!(:
Independent

Alice, TX

#3063 Dec 1, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Well it is worth a shot. Gotta try something. What is the new date for Rapture?
Not sure, even though I am a Christian and apologize for getting mad at you, the rapture itself is unknown to anyone. As it should be.

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#3064 Dec 1, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>Not sure, even though I am a Christian and apologize for getting mad at you, the rapture itself is unknown to anyone. As it should be.
No apology necessary, but thank you. It is just the nature of the business. I am curious about the Rapture thing, and wondering if Harold Camping has come up with a new date, since the previous dates, predicted have come and gone.
Independent

Alice, TX

#3065 Dec 1, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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No apology necessary, but thank you. It is just the nature of the business. I am curious about the Rapture thing, and wondering if Harold Camping has come up with a new date, since the previous dates, predicted have come and gone.
You know I stumbled upon his radio show one day and was astonished at how knowledgeable he was about the bible and he would explain scriptures and their meanings. But when I heard him predicting the rapture, I was disappointed , because the bible states that no one will know the time or the day, not the angels or even Jesus. The rapture is intended to be a surprise, therefore all who believe should be prepared for it will arrive unannounced. Cousin Duprees, are you an atheist?
chickpea

Seattle, WA

#3066 Dec 1, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>Not sure, even though I am a Christian and apologize for getting mad at you, the rapture itself is unknown to anyone. As it should be.
There is no rapture.
Some religious lady added to the bible in the 1800's

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#3067 Dec 2, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>You know I stumbled upon his radio show one day and was astonished at how knowledgeable he was about the bible and he would explain scriptures and their meanings. But when I heard him predicting the rapture, I was disappointed , because the bible states that no one will know the time or the day, not the angels or even Jesus. The rapture is intended to be a surprise, therefore all who believe should be prepared for it will arrive unannounced. Cousin Duprees, are you an atheist?
I am a non believer.
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#3068 Dec 2, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
You dolts think middle easterners just party up with RPGlaunchers.....
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And you have the audacity to call me racist?
You think detailed information sufficient to reliably discern civil unrest from terrorism in a country rife with both always flows instantly from one side of the globe to the other, and everything you hear on fox/bain is true?

And you have the audacity to call yourself intelligent?

woof

Since: Aug 12

United States

#3069 Dec 2, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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No apology necessary, but thank you. It is just the nature of the business. I am curious about the Rapture thing, and wondering if Harold Camping has come up with a new date, since the previous dates, predicted have come and gone.
Why worry about it PIGH? You'll just convince yourself its aliens taking people...or whatever huffington post says is the reason we all disappeared.
Independent

Alice, TX

#3070 Dec 5, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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I am a non believer.
So you believe we all came from a mud puddle, millions of years ago? The whole ape theory? Well, for one, we always walk upright, we are extremely intelligent, we can have sex all yr around. We can reason, create music, fine arts, create civilizations, reached space, medical cures and advances, great architecture, agricultural advances, the list goes on and on as to why we are so different from the rest of earth creatures. I see purpose here, not chance. Chance is too far fetched occurrence to lead us and so many other creatures to just appear out of evolution. Science still finds it difficult to "create" animated life in a lab under the best of controlled conditions, and we are to believe that life happened on it's own millions of yrs ago in a mud puddle? Think I will go with the creator concept.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#3071 Dec 5, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>So you believe we all came from a mud puddle, millions of years ago? The whole ape theory? Well, for one, we always walk upright, we are extremely intelligent, we can have sex all yr around. We can reason, create music, fine arts, create civilizations, reached space, medical cures and advances, great architecture, agricultural advances, the list goes on and on as to why we are so different from the rest of earth creatures. I see purpose here, not chance. Chance is too far fetched occurrence to lead us and so many other creatures to just appear out of evolution. Science still finds it difficult to "create" animated life in a lab under the best of controlled conditions, and we are to believe that life happened on it's own millions of yrs ago in a mud puddle? Think I will go with the creator concept.
I've watched Fox/Bain "News" today and daily body counts from the Vietnam War 45 years ago, hiked in the Appalachian Mountains numerous time in all types of weather, and I pay special attention to the diversity of the music that can be heard there when there's not another person to be seen for miles.

I'm sticking closer to the mud puddle theory, perhaps assisted by something with a very twisted sense of humor. Perhaps not.

The fun thing is, neither one of us can prove we're right.

woof

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#3072 Dec 5, 2012
Independent wrote:
<quoted text>So you believe we all came from a mud puddle, millions of years ago? The whole ape theory? Well, for one, we always walk upright, we are extremely intelligent, we can have sex all yr around. We can reason, create music, fine arts, create civilizations, reached space, medical cures and advances, great architecture, agricultural advances, the list goes on and on as to why we are so different from the rest of earth creatures. I see purpose here, not chance. Chance is too far fetched occurrence to lead us and so many other creatures to just appear out of evolution. Science still finds it difficult to "create" animated life in a lab under the best of controlled conditions, and we are to believe that life happened on it's own millions of yrs ago in a mud puddle? Think I will go with the creator concept.
I should have said 'Former believer.'
I was raised to believe, but also never had Religion forced on me. I was able to come to my own conclusions naturally.
Life experience, Facts, Science and Education have led me to where I stand now concerning religion. What I have concluded does not jive with the mythical, creationist version of our 'being.'

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#3073 Dec 5, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Why worry about it PIGH? You'll just convince yourself its aliens taking people...or whatever huffington post says is the reason we all disappeared.
I am not worried about it Kennesaw. Don't you get that yet? Aint skeered.

Since: Aug 12

United States

#3074 Dec 5, 2012
You asked when the new date was.

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#3075 Dec 5, 2012
UdintBuildThat wrote:
You asked when the new date was.
Just ironic that it keeps getting changed to fit the facts.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#3076 Dec 6, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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I should have said 'Former believer.'
I was raised to believe, but also never had Religion forced on me. I was able to come to my own conclusions naturally.
Life experience, Facts, Science and Education have led me to where I stand now concerning religion. What I have concluded does not jive with the mythical, creationist version of our 'being.'
I was raised a Catholic and had religion forced on me until my early teen years. I had to go to church every Sunday and holidays, had to go to a private Catholic school, and to go through all the rituals of being Catholic.

With the exception of weddings and funerals, I haven't been to church in decades. That doesn't mean I don't believe in God, it's just I question the religion aspect.

When I do start to lose faith in God, I don't go to the Bible. I don't return to church either. What I do is turn on a nature show or two, and watch insects, animals and the planet in full force.

Ever try to build a bee hive? How about a birds nest? Where would you start? Ever question how this planet has been here all this time without suffering extinction from space debris? A giant meteor or something?

This strange planet of ours. Water comes falling from the sky like magic. It may not be the amounts we desire, but on average, it's usually just enough to grow food. It does not happen by water alone, we have this star hundreds of millions of miles away that provides us with energy. Combined, food grows out of the ground like magic. And what makes that star stay alive anyway? There's no oxygen or fuel up there.

So now we have this planet complete with all necessary amenities to sustain life and even make it quite comfortable. We have trees to burn wood and create shelter. We recently discovered nearly endless amounts of fuel to replace burning trees. We have water and hundreds of species of animals--some of which we use for food. Everything we use comes from this planet and nowhere else.

After you watch a few hours of nature shows, you can only come to one conclusion; all these things don't happen by chance. They are conducted some how by somebody. The thousands of things that take place every day on earth--how insects all have a job as if programmed somehow. How animals do the same even though they interact with earth and insects without any training whatsoever are all orchestrated.

Dumb luck? Sure, there is dumb luck. Dumb luck is hitting a lottery number. Dumb luck doesn't take place in multitudes every day. That's how you believe in God.
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#3077 Dec 7, 2012
But ants and bees are what some people (like RepubliSCUM) would call COMMUNIST...yet you marvel over bee hives and ant nests and the harmony of other animals and insects on this planet, while cursing liberal Democrats for trying to build the same financial bee hive in America. Republicans tend to believe that Communists are devils. What did your Catholic religion tell you about devils, xxxrayted? Are you to put your faith into devils that Republicans have deemed to be evil, even though in nature, these 'devil' concepts work? Maybe God is trying to show YOU that what these Republicans are calling evil is not necessarily so, and that it REALLY is the Republican doctrine that is wicked and evil, by showing you how nature seems to THRIVE when animals are part of a collective (like those bees that build Vatican-esque bee hives), and thus trying to get through to you that socialist ideals that Democrats are trying to introduce to the American public is the future salvation for your nation!

God works in MYSTERIOUS ways, doesn't he xxxrayted? It was God's will for Obama to remain in the White House for 4 MORE YEARS, and to keep Republicans from ruining the Earth He created...and now God wants you to support His decision, and work with your President. Can you abide by the will of God, xxxrayted? Stray ye not from the will of God, xxxrayted, alright?

AMEN!
xxxrayted wrote:
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I was raised a Catholic and had religion forced on me until my early teen years. I had to go to church every Sunday and holidays, had to go to a private Catholic school, and to go through all the rituals of being Catholic.
With the exception of weddings and funerals, I haven't been to church in decades. That doesn't mean I don't believe in God, it's just I question the religion aspect.
When I do start to lose faith in God, I don't go to the Bible. I don't return to church either. What I do is turn on a nature show or two, and watch insects, animals and the planet in full force.
Ever try to build a bee hive? How about a birds nest? Where would you start? Ever question how this planet has been here all this time without suffering extinction from space debris? A giant meteor or something?
This strange planet of ours. Water comes falling from the sky like magic. It may not be the amounts we desire, but on average, it's usually just enough to grow food. It does not happen by water alone, we have this star hundreds of millions of miles away that provides us with energy. Combined, food grows out of the ground like magic. And what makes that star stay alive anyway? There's no oxygen or fuel up there.
So now we have this planet complete with all necessary amenities to sustain life and even make it quite comfortable. We have trees to burn wood and create shelter. We recently discovered nearly endless amounts of fuel to replace burning trees. We have water and hundreds of species of animals--some of which we use for food. Everything we use comes from this planet and nowhere else.
After you watch a few hours of nature shows, you can only come to one conclusion; all these things don't happen by chance. They are conducted some how by somebody. The thousands of things that take place every day on earth--how insects all have a job as if programmed somehow. How animals do the same even though they interact with earth and insects without any training whatsoever are all orchestrated.
Dumb luck? Sure, there is dumb luck. Dumb luck is hitting a lottery number. Dumb luck doesn't take place in multitudes every day. That's how you believe in God.

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