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The race in Ohio is already over....for

Katzndogz

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Maybe Ohio doesn't want to be relevant in future elections any more.
 

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Left wing garbage

I and many others have not voted yet

Geez, counting votes before the actual election is typical.
 
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Left wing garbage

I and many others have not voted yet

Geez, counting votes before the actual election is typical.

Read the Ohio comments on Nate Silver 538. The people on there are in Ohio and they say no enthusiam for romney from republicans. Also Obama has been picking up voters who voted for McCain last time.:cool:
 

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Here we go with 538 again.

The liberoidals were all about RCP until it started trending away from their boi. :lmao:
 

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Left wing garbage

I and many others have not voted yet

Geez, counting votes before the actual election is typical.

Read the Ohio comments on Nate Silver 538. The people on there are in Ohio and they say no enthusiam for romney from republicans. Also Obama has been picking up voters who voted for McCain last time.:cool:

Ohio has a lot of blue collar workers (47%'ers ;) ) who don't particularly appreciate mittens views on their contributions to society :nono:
 
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Left wing garbage

I and many others have not voted yet

Geez, counting votes before the actual election is typical.

Read the Ohio comments on Nate Silver 538. The people on there are in Ohio and they say no enthusiam for romney from republicans. Also Obama has been picking up voters who voted for McCain last time.:cool:

Ohio has a lot of blue collar workers (47%'ers ;) ) who don't particularly appreciate mittens views on their contributions to society :nono:

Yep. Good on them for doing whats best for them. Down south its a different story. Completely race driven.
 

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Well, Im sure if you truly believe that then you should encourage Obama to pull ads and money and place them where he is more vulnerable. LIke PA, WI, MI, NH, IA, FL, NC, CO, NV

Because if it's all wrapped up then spending more money in ohio would be a waste for Obama.
 

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Read the Ohio comments on Nate Silver 538. The people on there are in Ohio and they say no enthusiam for romney from republicans. Also Obama has been picking up voters who voted for McCain last time.:cool:

Ohio has a lot of blue collar workers (47%'ers ;) ) who don't particularly appreciate mittens views on their contributions to society :nono:

Yep. Good on them for doing whats best for them. Down south its a different story. Completely race driven.


Two words: Republican Governor.

You morons
 

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Hold onto your hats, Kiddies!

This is the part where the Main Stream Media starts doing everything it can to dampen Republican turnouts by calling races early for Obama...in this case before the polling stations even open.

It's the same thing they did in Florida back during Bush/Gore...declaring Florida to be won by Gore hours before the polls closed in the heavily conservative Panhandle area. When you call a race "over" then the natural reaction of voters is to go home.

We're about to get a steady stream of reports and polls from the Main Stream Media showing Obama leading everywhere. Don't even bother going to vote, Republicans!!! That's what you're going to be hearing a lot of over the next week.

Don't buy it for a second. This race is going to be close. Get out there and cast your votes for Romney so we can get this mess straightened out. Another four years of zero leadership is going to mean millions of Americans still unemployed and millions more making less and less money.
 

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Here we go with 538 again.

The liberoidals were all about RCP until it started trending away from their boi. :lmao:

I found out the RCP was a conservative site.

RealClearPolitics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Right....A site that includes Gallup, New York Slimes, and the overtly lefty partisan Public Policy Polling is slanted toward "conservatives" (whatever the hell that's supposed to mean anymore)...And we know this because, of all people, Wiki told us so!

Good God, are you liberoidals a hoot and a half! :rofl:
 

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Hold onto your hats, Kiddies!

This is the part where the Main Stream Media starts doing everything it can to dampen Republican turnouts by calling races early for Obama...in this case before the polling stations even open.

It's the same thing they did in Florida back during Bush/Gore...declaring Florida to be won by Gore hours before the polls closed in the heavily conservative Panhandle area. When you call a race "over" then the natural reaction of voters is to go home.

We're about to get a steady stream of reports and polls from the Main Stream Media showing Obama leading everywhere. Don't even bother going to vote, Republicans!!! That's what you're going to be hearing a lot of over the next week.

Don't buy it for a second. This race is going to be close. Get out there and cast your votes for Romney so we can get this mess straightened out. Another four years of zero leadership is going to mean millions of Americans still unemployed and millions more making less and less money.


Exactly, it is indeed a tactic.
 
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The link from your article and I quote...

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Ohio Voters, taken the night after the final presidential debate, shows both President Obama and Mitt Romney attracting 48% of the vote. Two percent (2%) plan to vote for some other candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

First rule, need to check your sources, the members here will cut you up into little pieces...
 

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The polls RCP is factoring in show either a tie or Obama up.

I wouldn't call the race in Ohio over, but If you're Obama, you have to be a bit optimistic about Ohio and if you're Romney, you have to be a bit worried about Ohio. Obama isn't at the 50% threshold in most of the polls, but up is good and with Romney's personal unfavorables, the undecideds might not break for the challenger as they usually do.

Ohio will almost certainly decide this. It is mathematically possible for either candidate to win without Ohio, but it is a tough proposition.
 

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Left wing garbage

I and many others have not voted yet

Geez, counting votes before the actual election is typical.

Read the Ohio comments on Nate Silver 538. The people on there are in Ohio and they say no enthusiam for romney from republicans. Also Obama has been picking up voters who voted for McCain last time.:cool:

Ohio has a lot of blue collar workers (47%'ers ;) ) who don't particularly appreciate mittens views on their contributions to society :nono:

And a lot of 53%ers that don't particularly appreciate paying to support leeches.
 

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