Obama holds big 2012 lead over Republicans

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    Obama holds big 2012 lead over Republicans - Yahoo! News

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    Again.. small sample polls this far out mean squat... you can find a poll to fit most any preconceived notion.. and I think, if I am not mistaken, that we had someone else posting a poll saying just the opposite...

    Only 1 poll counts people....
     
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    Good news. I think he has Paul Ryan to thank for that..and a possible upset in the House.:clap2:
     
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    The debates should be interesting this time. Obama can't bullshit. He'll actually have to defend his firt 4 years. That should be real interesting.
     
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    Obama will still be preaching change. The problem is he will want change from his own policies.
     
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    It will be funny when he pulls out his 2008 campaign speaches and tries to dust them off.

    Patriot Act -Ooooops can't talk about that one.
    Closing Gitmo - next
    Reducing unemployment - no no
    Oil Man Bush high gas prices - I don't think so
    Wars - Did I end two or start two more?
     
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    A sitting president usually does, being that he was just elected in a couple years ago, dipshit.
     
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    that article is, well....

    here-

    really? so palin has declared? can you link to that please?

    and can you link to the poll?

    thx in advance.

    here try this-

    Poll Date Sample Obama (D) Republican (R) Spread

    RCP Average 5/5 - 6/5 -- 44.5 38.0 Obama +6.5

    Rasmussen Reports 5/30 - 6/5 3500 LV 42 45 Republican +3
    Pew Research 5/25 - 5/30 1227 RV 48 37 Obama +11
    Gallup 5/5 - 5/8 886 RV 43 40 Obama +3
    NBC News 5/5 - 5/7 RV 45 30 Obama +15

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep...ident_obama_vs_republican_candidate-1745.html
     
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    Fuuuuuckkk.

    Means Dems will keep the Kennedy seat.

    Oh wait.
     

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