Skip to comments.Obama’s New Firewall: Ohio, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada(goodbye N Carolina, Va, Florida)
Posted on 10/17/2012 5:46:51 PM PDT by drewh
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Want to feel better about OH?
Ohio was more like +5 D in 2008 instead of +8 D. So any polls weighted to more than +5 D are wrong. I think it’s going to be more like +1 D with a whole lot of crossovers for Romney.
I always thought the states of the Old Confederacy would go to Mitt. Nevada is a strange state—my bet—it will go for Mitt as well.
An Ad if I were Mitt Romney and the Only Ad I would Show in Every Swing state until Election day Is one showing Obama at a Town Hall Meeting when he ran in 2008,Obama States the George W Bush Took out a Credit Card from the Bank Of China In the Name of your Children and Grand Children and Increased the Nations Debt in 8 years by 4.9 trillion dollars,It Is Irresponsible and Unpatriotic.
Well after 4 years, Obama has increased that Debt by 6 trillion dollars,4 more years and it will be 22 trillion,if we are still here
After the first debate, Romney actually returned to Iowa. Obama isn't doing as well here as he once was, and I have seen places where the signs switched.
The last polling I knew of had Iowa in a dead heat.
It’s about the same here, 3-1 R-R yard signs vs O-B. In 2008 it was the other way around. But this is Okaloosa County, home of Eglin AFB, so we are quite conservative area, as is Santa Rosa County. Walton County to the east is about half Dem, but rural not metro, and so is Escambia/Pensacola county.
Haven’t seen a lot of O-B support in either of those counties like in 2008 when that’s all you could see was O’bummer stickers and yard signs everywhere.......But you have to remember Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Orange Counties are very heavy Dem/liberal.........
Obama isn’t running commercials in Northern Nevada.
Everything is going to Vegas.
We're ****ing DOOMED. It's just a matter of time. One or two generations, tops. Count on it.
Drop the Democrat polling firm PPP out of the average and the trend is our friend in PA. With three weeks to go and NJ turning from Like Obama to Leans Obama, PA is not out of reach.
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