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Obama (D) 224 63.46%
Romney (R) 62 17.56%
Other 67 18.98%
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:31 PM   #701 (permalink)
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A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll has found that President Obama holding a 3-point lead

Independents, are leaning more toward Obama. Barely a third supported him last month, but that number has grown to 43 percent.

The poll was conducted among 8,000 likely voters .Lake is not fond of any of the presidential choices but says Obama should get another term.

"No one is going to fix something in four years that was ruined in eight," the 54-year-old said.

Is Wisconsin the new Ohio? It's beginning to feel that way. As the presidential race hurtles toward a dramatic conclusion, both campaigns are suddenly locked in an intense battle to win the Badger State and its 10 Electoral College votes. Vice President Joe Biden stormed through the state on Friday, beginning with a stop in Oshkosh and finishing with an afternoon rally before some 1,500 raucous supporters in Kenosha.

“Folks, we need you” Biden exhorted the crowd at the end of his 30-minute speech. “Together we can win Wisconsin, and when we win Wisconsin, we will win this election!”

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports underscored just how close the contest has become here: President Obama and Mitt Romney were tied at 49 percent each in the poll of likely voters, conducted Thursday. Overall, Obama leads by just 2.3 percent in the RealClearPolitics Average in Wisconsin

Ohio remains the focal point, thanks to the electoral math; whichever candidate wins the Buckeye State and its 18 electoral votes has a much easier route to reach the magic number of 270.Obama IS UP 5 points in Ohio

President Barack Obama has an advantage in the battleground state of Virginia, a new poll released Saturday shows.

Likely Virginia, voters are 51% for Obama to 47% for GOP challenger Mitt Romney in the Washington Post poll and CNN out Saturday.
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:43 PM   #702 (permalink)
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Lol @ citing the Washington Post and CNN as your polls.

Also, registered voters don't matter. It's the likely voters that matter, and Romney is winning by a decent margin there.
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:48 PM   #703 (permalink)
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It's very likely that the winner of the popular vote in this election won't be the winner.
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Yeh I was being serious, I am not American and had no idea how it worked. Kinda makes sense now though.

However, I have a different question, when Bush got into power didn't something questionable happen with one of the states and he shouldn't of actually got in? What happened here?
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Yeah the 2000 will always be controversial. The state of Florida couldn't get their vote count right and dragged on for months. In their defense it was incredibly close and the consequences were enormous. The Supreme Court finally weighed in and gave the presidency to Bush. We'll never know who actually won that state and thus the presidency.
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Yeah the 2000 will always be controversial. The state of Florida couldn't get their vote count right and dragged on for months. In their defense it was incredibly close and the consequences were enormous. The Supreme Court finally weighed in and gave the presidency to Bush. We'll never know who actually won that state and thus the presidency.
The vote count just so happened to get messed up in the state where Jeb Bush was governor? Wow what a coincidence...
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The money is going to not come from the likes of Trump, but from everyone to pay for health care. EVERYONE's taxes here in the United States would go up. How do you think it gets paid for Down Under? Don't know how old you are, but if you're old enough to work, your taxes pay for it. If you're still in school, then your parents pay for it with their taxes. TANSTAAFL.

The war in Iraq was not for oil, we have not seen any of this oil everyone talks about. That's why we are now paying nearly $4 a gallon for gas and Iraq enjoys cheap gas. The intel that Bush went on was what the rest of the world was using also in regards to believing Saddam Hussein still had a weapons program, which he clearly did at one time when trying to build a nuclear program and using poison gas on the Kurds and on Iranian soldiers during the Iran-Iraq war. Besides, he was a monster that murdered many of his own people and had to go. I think Bush had no idea what he was doing when going in, but Saddam had to go and I'm good with that. I wish he would have let our troops do the job rather than handcuff them, or we would have been out long before we were.

I understand the economy needs time to recover, but we have not seen any progress. Obama has made things worse. Four times the debt, the deficit is up as well. Unemployment hasn't improved as we still have people looking for jobs and many have given up. In reality, our unemployment is understated and probably closer to 13-14%. Our government hasn't seen a budget in about two years passed by Congress so naturally the wealthy and small-business owners are sitting on their money right now as they don't know what's going to happen. If a decision is not made about the tax cuts by the end of this year, all taxes are going up. This will push our economy over the fiscal cliff. The same is being played out right now throughout Europe and China. Obama has had four years to change things and it ain't working. It's time to move on and find someone who will make the changes needed, including cutting down on wasteful government spending.

As for the Wall Street folks, notice that people like Ken Lay and Bernie Madoff were arrested during Bush's tenure. Not one single person that has taken advantage of the rules has seen arrest since Obama took office.

UN Resolution 1441 provided the U.S. with the approval to go to war with Iraq. Congress had authorized military action also prior to the invasion. On the other hand, Obama sends American planes and attacks Libya with no OK from the UN or Congress. Obama violated international law and the U.S. Constitution. At least Bush got permission and followed all laws in the U.S. and internationally.

What happened in Libya was a tragedy and there is no denying that. The problem I have is that someone in the government dropped the ball and needs to be held accountable for not having adequate security for our embassy there, especially when no other Western nation had their embassy open there. I want heads to roll and careers to end if people are that damn incompetent. The problem is that there are people in this country that put politics over principle. When it comes to our security, I don't play that. The media is strangely silent for the most part, and many of the same people (Dems and liberals) that screamed about Bush's being accountable for Iraq, etc...are silent or defending Obama. If this happened to Bush, the media would have been tracking this story the way my dog tracks a deer during hunting season. Those people are unpatriotic and dangerous. That double-standard can't happen.

Again, I don't care that Clinton got a hummer from an intern, although he could have upgraded as he was leader of the Free World and gotten his freak on with a supermodel or head of state or top government official instead. I care about the fact he lied to a grand jury and committed perjury, which is a crime. Obama flouts the law also, with his refusal to enforce immigration laws, passing of the DREAM act creating amnesty for children of illegals which should be Congress' call, and military action against other nations without consent from Congress. You talk about Rupert Murdoch, there are assclowns like George Soros trying to buy the election for Obama this time around.
Um, the likes of Trump and anyone very similar..they make like hundreds of millions of dollars, they would surely be okay to take a tax cut for the Health care reform process.

Bush was trying to fit his Daddy's war, he got carried away and put a ton of troops lives in danger in the process. No WMD was found, it was all a lie in order to get oil, it's pretty simple.

Saddam was an extremely evil man but the normal thing to do would not to put innocent civilians in harms way with bombing the shit out of some places that didn't even ignite 9/11. You take care of Saddam by tracking him down, similar case with how they took care of Osama.

You really though that ANYONE from 2009 to 2012 would be able to fix the economy up? It's impossible, it's going to take a ton of small steps here and there to get it rolling again.

Yeah, those two did get put in jail but the three wise men sure didn't go in, they are off now on their yachts, spending millions of dollars from the pay outs they got from Bush and co. They escaped without any scars.

The Libya and Iraq "war" are two different things, granted there were deaths in both incidents but the Iraq "war" was drawn out a lot, and what were the US even doing there? A ton of troops have spoken out on it...everything is so messy and cluttered atm that Obama has been forced to keep them in Iraq, it's fucked.

You are comparing Soros to Murdoch? Hahahaha. Wow. Murdoch is a piece of shit who approved the Iraq war, he has a stronghold here in Australia by bashing people on the left in the newspapers, media etc. Left wingers need their voices to be raised otherwise all you would get is News Ltd bullshit, because News Ltd have done so much good for the world, right?

If Romney wins, a lot of people will lose their jobs even more, and it will get worse.
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Pictured:The mindset of every left winger when it comes to Obama.

Bush goes to war= BAD
Obama goes to war= GOOD

Bush kills innocent civilians with drones: PURE EVIL
Obama kills innocent civilians with drones: IT HAPPENS

Bush curtails civil liberties= IMPEACH HIM AND PUT HIM ON TRIAL FOR TREASON
Obama curtails civil liberties= IT'S IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY.

Stop it.
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Good post, GOON. Irrefutably correct observation of the hypocrisy of the partisan hacks which make up most political Americans.
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Pictured:The mindset of every left winger when it comes to Obama.

Bush goes to war= BAD
Obama goes to war= GOOD

Bush kills innocent civilians with drones: PURE EVIL
Obama kills innocent civilians with drones: IT HAPPENS

Bush curtails civil liberties= IMPEACH HIM AND PUT HIM ON TRIAL FOR TREASON
Obama curtails civil liberties= IT'S IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY.

Stop it.
What in the...

Bush started that Iraq mess..and things only got worse when time went on..similar to the economy mess..Obama has been forced to stay there. You are so blind.

Civil liberties? Bush turned the whole economy upside down and screwed everything up. Bush is like the little kid who made a mess and Obama is the preschool teacher who has to come and clean up the mess.

Right wingers hate reality.
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