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It's looking like Obama may go down BIG

Grampa Murked U

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Romney 50%, Obama 46% Among Likely Voters

All the trends are against him. All his numbers from 08 are drastically down. He got wallopped in the first debate and didn't do enough in the second to stem the bleeding. He likely didn't lose anymore votes but he sure as fuck didn't gain any.
I'm starting to believe it's over for Obama outside of some drastic new incident or revelation.

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While Romney's four-percentage-point advantage is not statistically significant, he has consistently edged ahead of Obama each of the past several days in Gallup's seven-day rolling averages conducted entirely after the Oct. 3 presidential debate. Prior to that debate --*regarded as a decisive Romney win*by political experts and Americans who watched it -- Romney averaged less than a one-point lead over Obama among likely voters.The latest result, from Oct. 9-15, is based on 2,723 likely voters drawn from more than 3,100 registered voters.
 

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Romney 50%, Obama 46% Among Likely Voters

All the trends are against him. All his numbers from 08 are drastically down. He got wallopped in the first debate and didn't do enough in the second to stem the bleeding. He likely didn't lose anymore votes but he sure as fuck didn't gain any.
I'm starting to believe it's over for Obama outside of some drastic new incident or revelation.

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While Romney's four-percentage-point advantage is not statistically significant, he has consistently edged ahead of Obama each of the past several days in Gallup's seven-day rolling averages conducted entirely after the Oct. 3 presidential debate. Prior to that debate --*regarded as a decisive Romney win*by political experts and Americans who watched it -- Romney averaged less than a one-point lead over Obama among likely voters.The latest result, from Oct. 9-15, is based on 2,723 likely voters drawn from more than 3,100 registered voters.

I'm in agreement. Romney's on a roll, gaining momentum with each passing day.
 

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How does this translate to Obama going down...BIG?

It doesn't.

I would actually be very surprised if Romney won, though it is possible.

But Romney winning big is about as likely as the Sun exploding in the next ten minutes.



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Romney 50%, Obama 46% Among Likely Voters

All the trends are against him. All his numbers from 08 are drastically down. He got wallopped in the first debate and didn't do enough in the second to stem the bleeding. He likely didn't lose anymore votes but he sure as fuck didn't gain any.
I'm starting to believe it's over for Obama outside of some drastic new incident or revelation.

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While Romney's four-percentage-point advantage is not statistically significant, he has consistently edged ahead of Obama each of the past several days in Gallup's seven-day rolling averages conducted entirely after the Oct. 3 presidential debate. Prior to that debate --*regarded as a decisive Romney win*by political experts and Americans who watched it -- Romney averaged less than a one-point lead over Obama among likely voters.The latest result, from Oct. 9-15, is based on 2,723 likely voters drawn from more than 3,100 registered voters.

It's not ever till it's over, But it does appear the Momentum is on Romney's side.


I think this is one of those Rare Elections where the Debates do/did matter. There were a lot of people out there, Either on the fence or Leaning Obama but unsure. looking for an Alternative to Obama because of Obama's Poor Record.

I think all 3 debates, Regardless of who you think one them on that Night, Have had the effect of Convincing Many People Romney is that Alternative.
 

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How does this translate to Obama going down...BIG?

It doesn't.

I would actually be very surprised if Romney won, though it is possible.

But Romney winning big is about as likely as the Sun exploding in the next ten minutes.



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Depends on what you call winning big.
 

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So the question is, are you confident enough to make a wager?
 
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How does this translate to Obama going down...BIG?

It doesn't.

I would actually be very surprised if Romney won, though it is possible.

But Romney winning big is about as likely as the Sun exploding in the next ten minutes.



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That's the beauty of opinions. You're allowed one too.
 
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So the question is, are you confident enough to make a wager?

Not interested. I come here for my entertainment not yours.
 

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I don't think any of the polling includes the debates from Tuesday. I'm still waiting for November 7th, it's the only one that matters.
 
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I don't think any of the polling includes the debates from Tuesday. I'm still waiting for November 7th, it's the only one that matters.

Gallop has one with Romney outside the margin of error now but i couldn't find it. My droid sucks for internet searches
 

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Romney 50%, Obama 46% Among Likely Voters

All the trends are against him. All his numbers from 08 are drastically down. He got wallopped in the first debate and didn't do enough in the second to stem the bleeding. He likely didn't lose anymore votes but he sure as fuck didn't gain any.
I'm starting to believe it's over for Obama outside of some drastic new incident or revelation.

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While Romney's four-percentage-point advantage is not statistically significant, he has consistently edged ahead of Obama each of the past several days in Gallup's seven-day rolling averages conducted entirely after the Oct. 3 presidential debate. Prior to that debate --*regarded as a decisive Romney win*by political experts and Americans who watched it -- Romney averaged less than a one-point lead over Obama among likely voters.The latest result, from Oct. 9-15, is based on 2,723 likely voters drawn from more than 3,100 registered voters.

Never underestimate the ability of the Democrat voter fraud machinery to cause very "strange" election results.

All of this "early voting" that is going on around the country is the latest scam perpetrated by the left.

We'll see PLENTY of mystery absentee ballots, full ballot boxes turning up in the car trunks of precinct workers, illegal aliens voting with fake idenitifications, dead people voting, liberal judges ordering predominantly Democrat voting locations to stay open past their official closing time, voting machines that are preset with Obama votes before the voting locations open, "double-dip" voting by people who have residences in two states, and non-Obama votes being challenged and disallowed, especially overseas votes from our military personnel.

The Obamanistas will do ANYTHING to stay in power. ANYTHING!
 
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Watch out. Today i might post 34 time just to piss you off. Lol

Seriously
 
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