Skip to comments.As Election Draws Near, Romney Crowds are Surging(AP)
Posted on 10/12/2012 5:07:51 PM PDT by HannibalHamlinJr
SIDNEY, Ohio (AP) -- The crowds tell the story. As Election Day nears, Mitt Romney is drawing large and excited throngs. Look to dusty Iowa cornfields, rain-soaked Virginia parks, the muddy fields of the Shelby County Fairgrounds, where a crowd of 9,500 - almost half of this western Ohio town - gathered among the barns and stables on a frigid October evening this week to glimpse the Republican presidential contender. "Where else would we want to be?" ...
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"One recent night, at a concert hall in San Francisco, Obama showed he can still whip 6,000 supporters into building cheers."
... and hmmm ...
Marty: The last time Tap toured America, they where, uh, booked into 10,000 seat arenas, and 15,000 seat venues, and it seems that now, on their current tour they're being booked into 1,200 seat arenas, 1,500 seat arenas, and uh I was just wondering, does this mean uh...the popularity of the group is waning?
Ian: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no...no, no, not at all. I, I, I just think that the.. uh.. their appeal is becoming more selective.
It’s just a feeling that I have but I’m starting to sense that last night was the last hurrah for the commie ‘RATS. Their fling with the American taxpayers’ checkbook is coming to an end. American have had it with these childish brats.
What? No buses with Kalifornia license plates?
If you’re someone who took the first debate to mean that you should pick RR or switch to RR, last night’s debate only confirmed you made a wise choice.
Obama and Biden at the campaign's election closing party:
Derek Obama: We're lucky.
David St. Biden: Yeah.
Derek Obama: I mean, people should be envying us, you know.
David St. Biden: I envy us.
Derek Obama: Yeah.
David St. Biden: I do.
Derek Obama: Me too.
LOL- The boys at the New York Times believe it... then again there no excuse for dems sooooo lame they don't buy it.
“It’s a welcome development for the Republican businessman, who is hardly a natural politician and has long struggled to match Obama’s ability to inspire excitement.”
Keep clinging to that Democrat talking point, AP. Can’t wait to pry it from your cold dead hand on election night.