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And They Wonder Why Voters Are Angry

lillith70 Wrote: Apr 07, 2012 1:39 PM
Right Wing fundamentalist Mormonphobes have an interesting situation in their hands. End the last openly accepted bigotry and plain out false witness bearing. They have been generationally and institutionally taught that Mormons are fiends of Hell, heretics to their religious and to they and Catholics, and all others in popular, traditional Christianity. It will be soul stretching and mind bending to vote for Romney. The nation at a crossroads and we evolve or devolve and all out old cultural assumptions are in flux. Working class same thing, country and economy or unions devolving into socialism. Clear choice but God and the Devil are still sparring over the souls of men. The working class also has a choice, vote economy fixer R

As Mitt Romney assumes the role of presumptive Republican nominee, polls suggest a competitive general election matchup between the former Massachusetts governor and President Obama. Typically, both candidates poll in the mid-40s, while 10 to 12 percent remain uncommitted to either side.

Among these uncommitted voters, Rasmussen Reports polling shows that just 22 percent approve of the way the president is handling his job. Seventy-two percent (72 percent) disapprove. As for intensity, just 2 percent strongly approve, and 40 percent strongly disapprove.

At first glance, this seems like good news for Romney. These uncommitted voters will be difficult for the president...