Someone from the GOP explain how Romney can win with these 3 states going for Obama.
I'll spot you Florida, Virginia, NC.
As in any serious endeavor, show your work.
The GOP should be abandoning Romney and trying to take the Senate.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
The second presidential debate doesn’t appear to have made a difference in Rasmussen Reports’ first post-debate look at the race in Ohio. It’s still a toss-up.
The latest telephone survey of Likely Ohio Voters, taken last night, shows President Obama with 49% support to Mitt Romney’s 48%. One percent (1%) prefers another candidate, and two percent (2%) are still undecided.
Don't tell them that! To keep them wasting resources in the POTUS race is why Barack intentionally lost the first debate. Thank goodness the Koch Brothers took the bait line, hook and sinker.
Lay off the pipe unc. The level of excuses you make for Obama is astounding. He lost the first debate on purpose? Your inability to find fault with the man on anything falls nothing short of a person who had found a deity on Earth to worship.
We will take both...perhaps you should show your work....because all the polls on drudge have romeny ahead in ohio, and wisconsin, along with PA....in fact he only trailed in Nevada.
We will see what happens in a couple of weeks.
A few days ago I looked at one of those polls that gave Romney a 1% edge over Obama nationwide. They provided a very interesting breakdown of the polling by region of the country. Although I'm not sure I remember the exact numbers, this is very close to what they showed:
Northeast: Obama 53%; Romney: 47%
Midwest: Obama 52%; Romney 48%
West: Obama: 52%; Romney 48%
South: Romney 62%; Obama: 38%
So, it looks like Romney will take Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, and Alabama, by a lot, while Obama takes much of the rest of the country by a little. That's similar to how Abe Lincoln won, as well, although Lincoln also had the help of a couple of 3rd party candidates.
Because of this some are even speculation that there might again be a disagreement between the popular vote, and the electoral vote winners.
I saw that Romney may actually only be behind by 3 points in Neveda. Margin of error terrirory. I know for sure the Republican Heller has a very comfortable lead of about 6 points in that state which is a good sign for Romney and Republicans. Billy and the liberals are certainly getting nervous. Obama can still win this but it will be no cake walk for either. And with the electoral poll moving in Romney's favor..... well we will see soon enough. It is beginning to look like the election of 1980.