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    WOW - MSNBC panel swayed toward Mitt



    This so called network is as pro DEM/LIBERAL as you can get and their panel of undecided voters is swayed to Mitt.

    On the flip side over on FOX, Hannity's panel of undecided voters was about 90% swayed to Mitt.

    His other panel after the first debate was swayed to Mitt too.

    His panel after the VP debate remained undecided. That means nobody pays attention to the VPs. It's only the prez debate they
    want to see.

    Gallup had Mitt up by +6 going into the debate
    and the battle ground states are tight.

    OBY blew and 11 point lead in Wisconsin. He still leads by about +2 but that means it's tied.

    He's slightly ahead in Ohio but not by much.

    The UK Guardian said Mitt only needs 2 more states to win it and Britt Hume said almost the same tonight.

    Rasmussen said over the summer that the electoral vote will end in a tie and it will go to the HOuse for final vote with each state getting 1 vote.

    That happened in the Thomas Jefferson vs Aaron Burr election which was tied. Jefferson called in some old markers and manipulated the congress to vote for him.

    Looks like Dick Morris was right all along saying the undecided voters will vote for Mitt.


    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/...ey_654728.html
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    Re: WOW - MSNBC panel swayed toward Mitt

    As for the debate itself, OBY finally showed up and came out swinging but Mitt stood his ground.

    Someone compared it to the Joe Frazer vs Ally fight that went 14 rounds.

    Mitt hammered him on Libya. He was right that OBY waited 2 weeks to say it was a terrorist attack, not a mob attack but spent too much time on his speech in the Rose Garden instead of showing exactly how he and Clinton contradicted themselves and how they knew there were deficiencies in security.

    He hammered him on oil, coal and the pipeline too.

    OBY got him on his wealth when Mitt got a little defensive and said, have you looked at your pension lately. OBY said no, mine's not as big as yours.

    Score one for him as low and cheap shot as that was. OBY lost his cool too for being the President. He should have been more professional.

    Also, the moderator gave OBY 9% more time and interrupted Mitt 28 times to 9 for OBY.

    Of course, she's from that liberal rag CNN.

    She's under fire today from the media and politicians for being bi-partisan.

    While coming out swinging OBY had to score like Mitt did the last time to win this debate. He had to score by more than 70% like Mitt did.

    He didn't even come close, Mitt scores on points while remaining strong but DEMs don't care about the points, just that their guy
    came out strong.
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    Re: WOW - MSNBC panel swayed toward Mitt

    Speaking on battleground states, Team O is very grim on
    losing FLA, NC, VA and Colorado and the races are tight in Wisconsin
    and Ohio after blowing big leads. If you read between the lines, they
    might even cut these states lose. Who knows?


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    Romney, according to RCP, has 191 electoral votes. If you add Florida (29), North Carolina (15), and Virginia (13), that brings his total to 248 electoral votes. Add Colorado (9) –which neither campaign is prepared to claim or concede–and Romney’s total rises to 257 electoral votes. If Romney wins Ohio (18) in addition to these states, he would have 275 electoral votes. If Romney loses Ohio, he would need to win Iowa, Nevada, and New Hampshire to reach 273 electoral votes.
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    Iowa, Nevada and NH are as tight as they can be at the moment - anywhere between
    1-3 pts for all 3 states. A virtual tie. Any state within 3 pts is a tie after allowing for
    the margin of error.


    The main issue blocking Romney in OHio is his opposition to the auto bailout.



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    You spin me right round baby right round...




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    oh WOW!




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