Poll: White House race still even, despite Bain attacks

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    "Attacks" is right, that's exactly what it has been, Obama trying to make capitalism look evil.

    Too bad he hasn't anything positive to say....................................oh wait, he hasn't done anything positive so no wonder negativity is the centerpiece of his campaign.

    Poll: White House race still even, despite Bain attacks


    Poll: White House race still even, despite Bain attacks | The Ticket - Yahoo! News
     
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    Vote other!
     
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    Other than Obama. Good advice.
     
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    Alternate party, you bet. Done.

    The poll number that interests me the most is 9%, which is roughly the amount of people who haven't committed either way yet.

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    The polls in question are meaningless.....this election is a foregone conclusion.

    What you see are registered voters who are as much afraid of giving their true appraisal of Obama, as Hollywood folks are of criticizing Scientology.


    Here is a peek at November's results:

    "Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Likely U.S. Voters now say the country is heading in the right direction, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey taken the week ending Sunday, July 15.

    That's down four points from 32% the week before which marked the highest level of optimism since early March.

    The national telephone survey of 3,500 Likely Voters was conducted by Rasmussen Reports July 9-15, 2012."
    Right Direction or Wrong Track - Rasmussen Reports™



    The only pertinent question is whether or not President Romney will keep his promises....
     
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    Until the Koch-Soros Axis is overthrown, things won't change. Support public financing of elections.
     
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    Yes, and certainly other than Romney.
     

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