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Panda Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 6:46 AM
I just love how Robert1260 comes on here telling us not to vote for Romney/Ryan because of how much spending they've been involved in during past administrations. Hey Robert, do you also go on pro-Obama sites and tell them not to vote for Obama because of how much spending he's been involved in? Would you care to provide pre-dated examples of you doing this? What? No? That's because Robert1260 is lying, Soros-paid scum.
anti-neocon Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 11:39 AM
you're just angry because you don't like it when someone makes you face the fact that the democrat-lite republican party has left us without any conservative candidate to vote for in the general election. there needs to be a REPUBLICANS IN DENIAL therapy group for you republican party loyalists.
Panda Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 6:47 AM
If you only try to split the anti-Obama vote but not the pro-Obama vote, THEN YOU ARE WORKING FOR OBAMA.

Or did you really think we were too stupid to figure that out?

Let's don't sound like some dopey pundit on cable TV reading the talking points you got in an email and pretend that Barack Obama did not get a bounce out of his convention.

He did. But not as much as the Barack Obama campaign might have wanted.

On August 27 - the day the GOP convention was supposed to have started, the average of national polls had Obama leading Mitt Romney 46.8 percent to 45.7 percent. That is a difference of 1.1 percentage points.

As of last evening, the five national polls that were current showed Obama...