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2012 Presidential Election part 6

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New Mason-Dixon Poll Has Romney Up 51-44, Biden, Moderator Lose Control at VP Debate

 

October 12, 2012 | Filed under: Election 2012 | Posted by: Admin

by Lone Shark

The latest Mason-Dixon poll of likely voters in Florida conducted for the Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9/Miami Herald has Mitt Romney surging ahead of President Barack Obama 51-44 with 4% undecided, a substantial change from last month’s survey which had Obama up by a point 48-47.

The poll of 800 likely voters was conducted subsequent to last week’s commanding debate performance by Romney, and the poll reflects the likelihood that many people were indeed swayed Scissors-32x32.png

http://shark-tank.net/2012/10/12/new-mason-dixon-poll-has-romney-up-51-44-biden-moderator-lose-control-at-debate/

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Wasserman Schultz’s ‘Mile-High’ Campaign Dilemma

 

October 16, 2012 | Filed under: Florida Review | Posted by: Javier Manjarres

By Javier Manjarres

Questions regarding possible campaign finance violations continue to plague Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz as her Federal Elections Commission (FEC) reports are coming under increased scrutiny. Just last month, the Shark Tank pointed out that Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz had violated FEC laws when she failed to affix the proper disclaimer to one of her campaign solicitations.

But now her campaign appears to have committed another possible FEC violation with Scissors-32x32.png

http://shark-tank.net/2012/10/16/wasserman-schultzs-mile-high-campaign/

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There is an ad that I can't find. It apparently shows a recent question asked of Joe or Obama and then shows Kennedy answering it,using an old clip of him. Has anyone seen it?

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Draggingtree, check post #93 above. Rheo found it.

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Which countries are freaking out most about Romney's surge?

Posted By Uri Friedman, J. Dana Stuster Tuesday

October 16, 2012

 

With the U.S. presidential election now closer than ever, the press is brimming with speculation about whether Barack Obama, after turning in a lackluster performance in the first debate, can reverse Mitt Romney's momentum during his second outing tonight. And not just the U.S. media. News outlets from India to Israel are busy dissecting Obama's setback, Romney's comeback, and what the new state of play in the race means for their countries. Here's a snapshot of some of the most colorful coverage in recent days:

 

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Jim Amato@TekJim

If Gallup numbers hold thru Tuesday, in next debate expect Bob Schieffer to start every question with, “So after you killed Bin Laden…”

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Jim Amato@TekJim

If Gallup numbers hold thru Tuesday, in next debate expect Bob Schieffer to start every question with, “So after you killed Bin Laden…”

 

 

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From an e-mail:

 

 

As the mom of a twice-deployed American soldier, I am VERY glad to see this ad.

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From an e-mail:

 

 

As the mom of a twice-deployed American soldier, I am VERY glad to see this ad.

 

One of the problems I have with many on the Left is they would be embarrassed by this.

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Election 2012 Likely Voters Trial Heat: Obama vs. Romney

 

Among likely voters

Obama Romney 10/10-16/2012 45% 51% 10/9-15/2012 46% 50% 10/8-14/2012 47% 49% 10/7-13/2012 47% 49% 10/6-12/2012 47% 49% 10/5-11/2012 47% 49% 10/4-10/2012 47% 48% 10/3-9/2012 48% 48% 10/2-8/2012 47% 49% 10/1-7/2012 48% 48%

 

All registered voters are asked: "Suppose the presidential election were held today, and it included Barack Obama and Joe Biden as the Democratic Party's candidates and Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan as the Republican Party's candidates. Who would you vote for [ROTATED: Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the Democrats (or) Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, the Republicans]?" Those who are undecided are further asked if they lean more toward Obama and Biden or Romney and Ryan and their leanings are incorporated into the results.

These results are for likely voters, who are the respondents Gallup deems most likely to vote based on their responses to a series of questions asking about current voting intentions, thought given to the election, and past voting behavior. Each seven-day rolling average is based on telephone interviews with approximately 2,700 likely voters; margin of error is ±2 percentage points.

See registered voter results here.

For a complete explanation of Gallup's likely voter procedures, please click here. Scissors-32x32.png

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WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: Second Debate: Obama Won – But Romney Didn’t Lose (UPDATED)

 

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(Image by Jon McNaughton)

by Ulsterman on October 17, 2012 with 36 Comments in News

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A brief update from a longtime D.C. political operative shows calm in the storm that is the final weeks of a presidential campaign – and regarding last night’s most recent debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the sentiment appears to be NO WORRIES.

Ok, I got no time to give right now but you made it more than clear you want to hear what I have to say on the debate. So here goes.

Obama won. Just deal with it and move on. I’d call it a toss up until the moderator stopped the governor’s momentum on Benghazi. You already did something on that yourself. That was about as blatant a moment of media bias smack in the middle of a debate that I can recall. Then she has the nerve to go on her

network right after the debate and say “oops, Romney was actually right”!!!!!

Whatever. That’s how it happened and there isn’t anything anyone can do to change that. I’ll put it to you this way. Obama won last night but Romney didn’t lose. That isn’t me trying to doctor up what happened. It’s fact. People saw what Crowley did. Her own network was uncomfortable with it. My guess is that for the first debate the word to the moderator was to help Obama. This time it was to save Obama. That’s what she did. We expected they would try and help. We were caught maybe just a bit off guard on how aggressive she was in being so open about saving him. The questions she chose. That group of so called “undecideds”???? Nope. It was about 80% pro-Obama all the way.

Again, I’ll say whatever. So what. Scissors-32x32.png

http://theulstermanreport.com/2012/10/17/white-house-insider-second-debate-obama-won-but-romney-didnt-lose/

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At Best a Fleeting Tie for Obama. The Reality is a Cancer on His Campaign

By: Erick Erickson (Diary) | October 17th, 2012 at 12:31 AM | 183

RESIZE: AAA

I think Mitt Romney won the debate, but not by much. He flubbed a few good opportunities to really score decisive blows on the President, but definitely drew more blood. The CNN polling and CBS News polling confirm it. While more thought Barack Obama won the debate, largely because his last performance was so bad, clear majorities outside the margin of error thought Mitt Romney would be best on the economy, jobs, the deficit, etc. That suggests Romney did win, but people viewed Obama’s debate performance as an improvement over the first one. In fact, while other areas of the debate may overshadow this point, Romney deftly dispatched Obama on his economic record. That is the one issue that matters. It got so bad, Obama had to trot out Planned Parenthood and Big Bird.

Additionally, if you ever wondered who could be undecided at this point snip

http://www.redstate....n-his-campaign/

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WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: Second Debate: Obama Won – But Romney Didn’t Lose (UPDATED)

 

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(Image by Jon McNaughton)

 

 

 

Oh That is brutal!

 

 

I like it.

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MORON PLEDGES TO CLOSE GUANTANAMO

 

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"I still want to close Guantanamo. We haven’t been able to get that through Congress," Obama said, according to a White House pool report.

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When does this whiner ever take accountability??

 

Never mind, don't answer that question.

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Obama (appearing on "The Daily Show"): Benghazi murders not "optimal."

 

 

http://www.breitbart...ers-not-optimal

 

There are no words. Well, there ARE words, but they would get me banned, I fear.angry.png

 

Edited to add: I can't keep the phrase "Cold-hearted BASTARD" in any longer.

 

There. I feel better.

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Romney For President Announces Military Advisory Council

 

“I am deeply honored to have the support of so many of our most accomplished military leaders,” said Mitt Romney. “Together we will restore our military might and ensure that America can defend and protect our interests, our allies, and our people, both at home and abroad. I will never forget that the greatest responsibility of an American president is in exercising the role of commander-in-chief. That role is sacred, and when I am president, I will never put my own political interests ahead of our military and our men and women in uniform.”

 

“I’m proud to be supporting Mitt Romney in this critical election about our nation’s future,” said General Tommy Franks, USA (Ret.), Past Commander, U.S. Central Command. “Governor Romney is committed to restoring America’s leadership role in the world. Instead of playing politics with our military, he will strengthen our defense posture by reversing the President’s devastating defense cuts. The fact of the matter is that we cannot afford another four years of feckless foreign policy. We need level-headed leadership which will protect our interests and defend our values with clarity and without apology.”

 

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