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Stalling Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

anonymous Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 6:27 PM
The problem is spending. We are spending more than what we bring in as a country. You have to make cuts in spending and reform social security, medicare and medicaid in order to reign in spending. All the democrats want to do is spend, spend and spend some more.
They need to check the rest of Florida, Pa., Ohio for sure. I have seen reports of fraud and over voting. The numbers do not add up to the registered voters. Should probably check all the swing states.
Ramussen released his Party voter Id for the 2012 race. He has it +5.8R on the national level. His polls that is has been using were under sampling the republican vote, if this turns out to be true.
Harry may not have to worry about working with Romney. Their are 14 toss up senate races. If the republicans can win 8, then will be at 50.
The smirk comes off his face Tuesday night/Wed. morning.
Mitt's son Tagg is in Harrisburg, PA. tonight and just found out that Ryan will be at the Harrisburg airport on Saturday. Republican super pac is spending money in ads. Romney has a very good shot at winning Pa. if you look at the most recent polls and look inside the numbers. I have seen a lot more Romney signs, but I live in a republican area in south central Pa.
Romney is winning more of his base vote than Obama and is also winning the independent vote by +16. They republicans are also more willing and ready to vote. The poll has it is has 50% D, 37% R, 11% Ind. under voter breakdown by party.Axelrod will need to shave his mustache come Wed., PA. is turning red.
Has anyone else noticed that a lot of the most recent polls are having a bigger democrat sample Polls that used to be +4-7 D are now +8-13.The polls and the main stream media are trying to give the image that it is a close race or that Obama is winning in the swing states. I believe Romney will carry most of the swing states. Romney will win PA. He we win the election.
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Swing State Round-Up

anonymous Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 12:56 AM
Romney should win most of them. Obama may win Iowa, Nevada and Mich., but Romney should win Ohio, Va., Wisconsin, Pa., NH. Minnesota and Oregon are tossups.
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Swing State Round-Up

anonymous Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 12:53 AM
That as well as drinking the Kool-Aid.
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