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Hey liberals, you're right: The polls are telling us something
| Dean Chambers
Posted on 10/07/2012 11:40:42 AM PDT by GilGil
As the polls become less skewed closer to the election, so too will the RCP average. In fact, I predict the RCP average will reflect a Romney lead before election day. When both the RCP average and the UnSkewedPoll.com average show Romney leading before the election, which is going to happen, we'll know two things. The polls are fairly accurate, because the pollsters care more about their credibility as the election is near, and that Mitt Romney is going to win the election. I stand behind both predictions.
Those three polls released yesterday
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This reminds me of when the American Armed forces went against the Iraqi Republican Guard. The Republican Guard was supposed to be the fiercest most well trained fighters. They crumbled in a matter of hours defending Baghdad. Romney will follow through with a good clean kill and throw the scumbags out of the White House. Obama's White House does not know how to compete on a level playing field and it shows. The biggest thing we have to watch out for is the fly-swatter-Freeper brigade that is going to tell us why we are going to lose at every turn. We don't need them. We can win handily without there know-it-all fly swatting.
posted on 10/07/2012 11:40:48 AM PDT
It’s become more of a fly swatter platoon since the alternative—four more years of the Kenyan—is too disgusting to contemplate.
United we stand and win.
Completely agreed - anyone who “stays home” (unless actually dead or completely incapacitated) because they didn’t get the nominee that they wanted has no business gloating over, or (God forbid) bemoaning the next four years.
posted on 10/07/2012 2:06:05 PM PDT
by The Antiyuppie
("When small men cast long shadows, then it is very late in the day.")
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