Multiple polls show OBAMA WINNING in virtually ALL SWING STATES -- Romney's hopes fading

  • KissTheSky

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    Jun 22, 2012 4:38 AM GMT
    Latest polls show Obama ahead in Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. The only swing state Romney is leading in is North Carolina.
    How humiliating would it be for Romney to lose 8 of the 9 swing states?
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/elections/
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    Jun 22, 2012 4:47 AM GMT
    Well, he doesn't have a campaign, really. It's just a bunch of lies and half-truths about Obama and an record in the private sector that offends a lot of Americans. Combine that with his relentless gaffes and the fact that most people don't like him and this isn't the least bit surprising.

    I can't wait for the debates. Obama is going to eviscerate him.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Jun 22, 2012 4:47 AM GMT
    KissTheSky said
    How humiliating would it be for Romney to lose 8 of the 9 swing states?
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/elections/

    Probably only slightly less humiliating than if Obama lost 8 of the 9 swing states.
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    Jun 22, 2012 4:48 AM GMT
    Poor Mitt. He was born with a silver foot in his mouth!
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    Jun 22, 2012 5:21 AM GMT
    KissTheSky saidLatest polls show Obama ahead in Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. The only swing state Romney is leading in is North Carolina.
    How humiliating would it be for Romney to lose 8 of the 9 swing states?
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/elections/





    If President Obama wasn't pro-gay marriage he'd be leading in NC too.
    There are still too damn many anti-gay bigots in NC.
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    Jun 22, 2012 5:28 AM GMT
    Men, you better hope, that Romney doesn't get elected, we all should be working hard to influence people against the trend that might put the IDIOT REPUBLICAN PARTY in near total control of the US.

    Obama has taken a lot of dissappointing actions, used a lot less spine than he should have in dealing with the Party of no and he's done far too much leaning toward big money and the Lobby. All that aside he is far and away the better choice over going back to the Bush era by ending up with Romney.

    I'll make a prediction, if Romney gets elected chances of him caving to the Lobby and going to war with Iran will greately increase and our economy will definately suffer just as under Bush. Romney on every subject is leaning toward policies that put more money in the hands of the few and take it from the many, which is a recipe for further strangling our economy. Because policies giving to those who already have more than they need will not increase demand for goods and services, Take more from the masses who are already short on money to spend and you'll see things get worse because orders for goods and services will decrease, that will further cut in to revenues and the spiral going down will broaden.

    The republicans have had years of tax breaks for the rich and supposed job creators but no jobs to show for it, They're pushing for Austerity which will further cut the money circulating in the economy while planning increases in Military expenses and even greater tax breaks for the rich. That plan will sink the economy deeper into recession.

    The only way to save our economy is to increase revenue by doing away with Bush cuts for the rich, cut the military expense by huge amounts, Cut corporate welfare completely, (especially to very profitable big oil corps) Cut wastefull and duplicative programs and spend on infrastructure to help put america back to work, which will also put more money in circulation and improve employment because orders for goods and services will increase. in the end that will also increase Revenue the government can use to pay down the debt.
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    Jun 22, 2012 5:40 AM GMT
    KissTheSky saidRealClear Politics polls show OBAMA WINNING in virtually ALL SWING STATES -- Romney's hopes fading
    In other news, South Park Studios (southparkstudios.com) has too many commercial breaks in their episodes, so now they're not fun to watch anymore.
  • KissTheSky

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    Jun 22, 2012 1:08 PM GMT
    I know individual polls fluctuate, but when Romney is consistently losing in virtually every swing state, he has clearly hit a wall.
    There are many reasons voters don't trust him, but I think the main one right now is that he has no new ideas on the economy.
    What does Romney stand for? Other than tax cuts for millionaires and persecuting gay people, he's got nothing to offer.
    Instead of endless whining about Obama, he has to give voters a reason to trust him with the country. So far, he's clearly failed at that.
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    Jun 22, 2012 1:47 PM GMT
    Yep, Romney's honeymoon appears to be over.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Jun 22, 2012 2:02 PM GMT
    If my memory serves me correctly, Senator John Kerry was leading in the polls pretty significantly among women, young people, blacks & latinos, and lower income brackets in 2004 leading up to the election. In fact, even the exit polls the day of the election gave the nod to Kerry. Things didn't quite work out that way now did they. Nobody should be feeling terribly comfy right now on either side, as this election could go either way.
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    Jun 22, 2012 2:11 PM GMT
    Typical that democrats think they win the election months before the actual voting. Wisconsin anyone? There was a lot of screaming going on about Governor Walker and then it went silent after voters got a chance to vote. I hope those of you screaming about the polls will still be screaming in November, after Karl Rove and the Koch brothers pour a billion dollars of negative ads down the stupid throats of those undecided voters out there.
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    Jun 22, 2012 2:34 PM GMT
    Well, Romney has capped off a rocky week by offering a vague "long-term solution" to illegal immigration, with very few details. It seems he is already running out of new ideas.
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    Jun 22, 2012 2:39 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidWell, Romney has capped off a rocky week by offering a vague "long-term solution" to illegal immigration, with very few details. It seems he is already running out of new ideas.



    Or maybe you're just not listening. Romney has plenty of ideas that he has been laying out throughout the campaign (read his "59 Point Plan" to get America back to work for starters...http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files/shared/BelieveInAmerica-PlanForJobsAndEconomicGrowth-Full.pdf ) Romney I am pretty certain will be laying this out in greater detail as we march towards the election, and in the debates. America will decide if he had no new ideas worth supporting, or if Obama has taken the country in the direction they want to go.
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    Meanwhile:

    http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2012/06/14/500022/rob-portman-fire-gay/
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    Jun 22, 2012 2:58 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidIf my memory serves me correctly, Senator John Kerry was leading in the polls pretty significantly among women, young people, blacks & latinos, and lower income brackets in 2004 leading up to the election. In fact, even the exit polls the day of the election gave the nod to Kerry. Things didn't quite work out that way now did they. Nobody should be feeling terribly comfy right now on either side, as this election could go either way.

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    Sounds like you and the rest of the 'Conservaposse' are ignoring the warning signs and still hoping that Romney will win. Explain to us how you can ignore all the obvious signs that he plays his game only to his loudest base, The Christian Fundi base, the large Corporate Funders, the lobby and their sympathetic PAC's led by the likes of the discredited William Krystal and Rove and last but not least The Dual National Donor Adelson who promised his open ended millions to influence this election toward 'his' interests. Romney will go any direction these groups money points, and this is OK with you ?

    But carry on !!! you've got yours, hell with the damage another Bush will do the country and for civil rights.
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    Jun 22, 2012 3:03 PM GMT
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    Ex_Mil8 saidWell, Romney has capped off a rocky week by offering a vague "long-term solution" to illegal immigration, with very few details. It seems he is already running out of new ideas.



    Or maybe you're just not listening. Romney has plenty of ideas that he has been laying out throughout the campaign (read his "59 Point Plan" to get America back to work for starters...http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files/shared/BelieveInAmerica-PlanForJobsAndEconomicGrowth-Full.pdf ) Romney I am pretty certain will be laying this out in greater detail as we march towards the election, and in the debates. America will decide if he had no new ideas worth supporting, or if Obama has taken the country in the direction they want to go.


    Well, we know he has your support, whatever he does.
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    Jun 22, 2012 3:05 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Ex_Mil8 saidWell, Romney has capped off a rocky week by offering a vague "long-term solution" to illegal immigration, with very few details. It seems he is already running out of new ideas.



    Or maybe you're just not listening. Romney has plenty of ideas that he has been laying out throughout the campaign (read his "59 Point Plan" to get America back to work for starters...http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files/shared/BelieveInAmerica-PlanForJobsAndEconomicGrowth-Full.pdf ) Romney I am pretty certain will be laying this out in greater detail as we march towards the election, and in the debates. America will decide if he had no new ideas worth supporting, or if Obama has taken the country in the direction they want to go.


    Well, we know he has your support, whatever he does.



    Not true...I don't even know if he has my support, so how could you? I am keeping an open mind however, and his V.P. choice, as well as performance in the debates by BOTH candidates, will be the deciding factor for me personally.
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    Jun 22, 2012 3:56 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said

    Not true...I don't even know if he has my support, so how could you? I am keeping an open mind however, and his V.P. choice, as well as performance in the debates by BOTH candidates, will be the deciding factor for me personally.


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  • DalTX

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    Jun 22, 2012 4:12 PM GMT
    Poor Willard, he's losing in both of his "home states."
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    Jun 22, 2012 4:15 PM GMT
    Guys, it is waaaay too early to place much credence in these polls, especially in swing states.
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    Jun 22, 2012 6:53 PM GMT
    smartmoney saidTypical that democrats think they win the election months before the actual voting. Wisconsin anyone? There was a lot of screaming going on about Governor Walker and then it went silent after voters got a chance to vote


    That would be prescient if the same polls that showed Walker winning didn't also show Obama winning. But I guess Wisconsin is all Obama-haters have to hold onto now, since Romney's campaign of lies, flip-flops, no jobs, no solutions, and right-wing anti-gay bigotry is falling flat.

    Romney has no path to 270 electoral votes. Scott Walker surviving the recall hasn't changed that...at all.
  • GQjock

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    Jun 22, 2012 7:02 PM GMT
    While the polls are looking good and the more the public gets to know the Mittster the less they like him

    But the election is a long way off in election terms and the last thing we need now is complacency
    The republicans have a plan in place to steal the election and they have shown us before that they can do it
    Which led to the worst Presidency in the history of the united States
    Lets not repeat that mistake again
  • jock_1

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    Jun 23, 2012 12:37 AM GMT
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    smartmoney saidTypical that democrats think they win the election months before the actual voting. Wisconsin anyone? There was a lot of screaming going on about Governor Walker and then it went silent after voters got a chance to vote


    That would be prescient if the same polls that showed Walker winning didn't also show Obama winning. But I guess Wisconsin is all Obama-haters have to hold onto now, since Romney's campaign of lies, flip-flops, no jobs, no solutions, and right-wing anti-gay bigotry is falling flat.

    Romney has no path to 270 electoral votes. Scott Walker surviving the recall hasn't changed that...at all.


    Scott Walkers huge win was a big deal here. His win means we dont have to put up with another piece of shit democratic Governor. Dont worry, the O-blame-a haters will be out in full force in November, I think the silent majority in Wisconsin will be heard from again
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    TroyAthlete said
    smartmoney saidTypical that democrats think they win the election months before the actual voting. Wisconsin anyone? There was a lot of screaming going on about Governor Walker and then it went silent after voters got a chance to vote


    That would be prescient if the same polls that showed Walker winning didn't also show Obama winning. But I guess Wisconsin is all Obama-haters have to hold onto now, since Romney's campaign of lies, flip-flops, no jobs, no solutions, and right-wing anti-gay bigotry is falling flat.

    Romney has no path to 270 electoral votes. Scott Walker surviving the recall hasn't changed that...at all.


    Scott Walkers huge win was a big deal here. His win means we dont have to put up with another piece of shit democratic Governor. Dont worry, the O-blame-a haters will be out in full force in November, I think the silent majority in Wisconsin will be heard from again


    Doubtful, since the vast majority of Democratic voters in the Walker/Barrett election were philosophically opposed to the recall and voted against it for that reason.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Jun 23, 2012 5:08 PM GMT
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    Doubtful, since the vast majority of Democratic voters in the Walker/Barrett election were philosophically opposed to the recall and voted against it for that reason.



    Yes, because there is ALWAYS an excuse among you people as to why your side loses an election...."philosophically opposed to recall"...."They Stole The Election"...."Voter Fraud"...the list goes on and on. It seemingly can never be simply that the majority of voters preferred, and therefor voted for, the winner