The media continues their bullshi!t "statistical tie" meme when almost every poll confirms the steady and rising Obama advantage. The news networks confirming without a doubt they're purely for entertainment not reporting news.
This time it's the media freaking out that facts are ruining their scripted story.
This evenings PPP Obama Leading in OH 52-47 AND VA 51-46.
The '08 election showed us how the Obama campaign knows exactly when to pull the trigger and ride momentum to peak on election day. Deja vu at this moment.
First, I believe Obama's debate #1 performance was not nearly as bad as the pundits have said and that Romney defined himself as a liar with major character flaws. I think it was a good thing that he let Romney dig himself into that hole …. the drop in Obama's polls was probably much more severe than anyone expected, but it happened with 3 weeks to build momentum to where it is today. Could Obama have maintained a steady lead since the convention? That might have been very rough too. Hurricane Sandy helped Obama show bipartisan leadership at a crucial time. But Obama's done this with integrity and lots of hard work, and Romney continues to act like a dick.
What I think is pathetic, a real commentary on American democracy, is the explanation of the asterisk in the second table you included in the first post, Gary. The expected turnout is 58% of the voting population. I don't know what "voting population" means, though--is that people of age to vote or is it registered voters? Either way, it is simply pathetic.
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An early concession? (CNN) - Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour on Sunday argued Superstorm Sandy not only wreaked havoc on the Northeast this week, but blunted Mitt Romney's campaign as well. "The hurricane is what broke Romney's momentum. I don't think there is any question about it," he said on CNN's "State of the Union."
Those numbers will mean very little tomorrow in OH if Husted has his way. I'm thinking of bringing a portable shredder with me so I can destroy my ballot after I fill it out. Ya know... save the MF-ers the trouble.
Told my daughter to be ready to head to the polls by 5:30 tomorrow AM. Opens at 6:30 and it's just around the corner, but I don't want to be in line half the day. But I know I won't sleep much at all tonight because I'm so f'n pissed off at this bastard.
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