Obama won all the so called swing states last time. Can Romney steal enough of them t

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    Does the addition of Ryan help him and if so where?
     
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    Dreadnaught1968 Oh crap!

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    I think as soon as you see a debate between Paul Ryan and drunken Joe, things will start to move in Romney / Ryan's direction.

    TDM accusing Republicans of stealing elections in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1...
     
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    I doubt it, I think Ryan, killed any chance mittens had for the moderate and independent votes he needed there to win.
     
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    My two cents:

    It'll obviously help in Wisconsin - and very likely in Colorado and perhaps Nevada.
    It will likely hurt him in Florida and Ohio.
    I think it will hurt in PA but I don't really think that's such a swing state.
     
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    I am not 100% sure yet if it will help him in Wisconsin.

    The oldest GM plant is there. 339,000 union workers in WI
     

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