It has come down to Ohio. The corporate vampire Willard Romney has cut into Obama's lead here. But Obama retains one key advantage. He saved the auto industry. One out eight jobs in Ohio is related directly or indirectly to the auto industry. People haven't forgotten what Obama did or what Willard Romney wanted which was NO BAILOUT and the death of the auto industry. Obama is hanging on because of the bailout for now. It is 17 days to D day.
The crisis seems to be easing a little. NO poll shows Willard the Vampire ahead in Ohio. The national polls may be underestimating Obama's get out the vote effectiveness. Looks like Ohio is going to Obama and with it the EC. The popular vote nationwide is still likely to go to Obama because of his organization in the key states.
"The national polls may be underestimating Obama's get out the vote effectiveness."
You mean Obamas ability to get his minions to cheat and swindle votes? Maybe some "double voting", crossing state lines to vote in another state? Maybe some illegals voting?
It's 16 days to DD. Obama clings to a narrow lead in most polls. I wonder how big his lead would be if he were a white Republican?? Certainly nobody else has ever done as much for the state of Ohio.
13 days to go and Obama clings to a small lead in most state polls for Ohio. Willard is desperate to confuse the issue on the auto bailout. One thing is clear: Obama DID bail out the auto industry. Willard can only lie about what he would have done.
9 days left. Obama is holding on. It looks like the evil vampire Willard Romney will fail. We can only hope the state polls are correct. If they are wrong a certified sociopath will win the White House. Nate Silver gives Obama a 75% chance to win. Let's hope he's right. I have every reason to believe he is.
10 days to go and the situation looks good for Obama in Ohio. No poll shows Willard Romney ahead. Obama has a small but consistent lead. Without Ohio Willard has to take almost all of the remaining battleground states. Not likely. Some national polls show Willard ahead but these are Republican polls assuming a low turnout. If Obama does take Ohio it is likely he will take the national vote as well.