Real Clear Politics electoral map

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    This is hokum. It's mostly guess work as there aren't active polls on most of those states. I doubt they did an actual Massachusetts poll for example. That was listed as dark blue for Obama. And lately it has went for Dems, but I doubt that the idiots bothered to remember that Romney is well liked in Massachusetts and he has a real shot.

    Ohio was given to Obama to put him over the edge. They conveniently ignore today's Rasmussen poll (listed on their own site) that has Obama and Romney tied 45-45. What is that all about?
     
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    *Checks calendar*

    Yup....It's still 7 months until the election.
     
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    Really? On most of them? I just clicked on like 5 of them and they all had polls within the last couple of weeks. What are the chances that "most" of them could not have active polls and yet the first 5 in a row I pick have polls?


    Maybe you can tell us which ones to click on.

    Or did you just assume that most of them didn't have active polls because it sounded right?
     
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    Obamas going to lose 55, 56 states
     
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    The GOP primary is over.

    Obama will be lucky to have 28 when this is over.
     
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    He's running against a guy who thinks 3 years at Harvard is a longer time than 4 years at Harvard.
     
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    We'll see what happens when they go after Obama....

    And while they do...they'll go after Eric Holder.

    Obama sounds desperate.

    Let the games begin.
     
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    Do you think that maybe a guy who says "Obama spent too much time at Harvard" when he himself spent more time there might just take his constituents for morons?
     
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