Obama raises $150 million in September

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    I hope these contributors are happy with their investment. They get so pissy when they don't get wht they think they paid for.
     
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    And with all that money, a Repubilcan president with a 26% approval rating, a recession looming, record high gas prices and his opponent took public resources....he has managed to accrue a 5 point lead in the polls...down from 7.

    What an incredible candidate you have.

    RCP National Average - Obama up 5 (10-19-08)
     
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    I know, he is such a failure. I mean he is only putting states like West Virginia, North Dakota, and Georgia into play. To really be a success he would have to win Mississippi.
     
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    I agree.

    He is incredible.
     
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    You mean like 1984 when Ronald Reagan took every state but one? :D

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    You can spin and deflect, but if you were to tell the truth, with the kind of wind he has at his back, he should be doing MUCH better.
     
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    He would be but he's black. So that knocks him down least five overall points. :eusa_whistle:

    Very great and huge accomplishment by Senator Obama. A great sign too.
     
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    Republicans are incredibly loyal to their party. In general, they'd still vote for a candidate who will drive us over the cliff, as long as he has an (R) next to his name.

    Democrats are much more fickle about their candidates. The Reagan Democrats, the Dixiecrats, and even the far left liberals are willing to cross party lines to vote.
     
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    Oh, I think he is doing all right....

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    Sure they are. How many Republicans have you voted for on the National level?
     

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