You have to have Ohio Mitt...and it won't happen.

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  1. JimH52
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    Mitt's magic is gone and Ohio is lost. 1 in 8 jobs in Ohio is related to the auto industry. Obama will continue to hammer home Mitt's objection to the auto bailout. It will eventually sink the Mittster.

    The Gallup poll sees Mitt's gains as short lived. Obama comes back after the next debate with a 5+ point lead in the Buckeye state. Watch and Learn!:clap2:
     
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    You have to win four in a row, Boston. and it won't happen.


    Oh wait.
     
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    Not if he takes Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, VA, NC...which is entirely plausible considering the scandals, high unemployment, low gdp, stagnant econcomy that surrounds O.
     
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    Obama's looking pretty anemic in Ohio. According to RealClearPolitics, he's at only a +0.8 average.
     
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    Obama gets his butt handed to him in the next debate, and I think it's entirely possible the Ohio could be in play again.
     
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    Trust me, I know and work for alot of people from Ohio and none seem to favor Obama. Unemployment rate has been good under Obama. However, the quality of the job and living is poor.
     
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    No he doesn't.
     
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    If Obama gets clowned in the next debate, he's in a whole lot of trouble.
     
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    Didn't we hear the Romney surge would end with last Fridays unemployment numbers? The Obama lead in Ohio +0.8 Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have now gone from lean Obama back to toss up this election is not looking quite like the Obama blowout the left was predicting a couple of weeks ago Today. Of course this could all change again we will see.
     
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    The new line is 'OHIO ISN'T NECESSARY, that's a fallacy.'
     

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