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Bounce: Romney Surges in Ohio, Florida, Virginia

PCitro Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:45 AM
Obummer and all his minions are trying to smear Romney by saying everything Romney says is a lie. This will get worse as the election gets closer. I hope it backfires on the Chicago machine.
Jerry1 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 8:14 AM
Communist David "Cement Shoes" Axelrod is a Prime Example of the Chicago THUG.

He is one of Obozo's Top Advisors, any wonder.

He went into the BLS (Bureau of Labor) and, somehow, miraculously, the Unemployment dropped, a rate that is IMPOSSIBLE physically.

There is NO DOUBT, the he threatened the Labor Secretary, to drop this number below 8%.



In Reality it is about 20%.


Aura Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:53 AM
I don't think everything RMoney says is a lie. I believe him when he says that he thinks that anyone getting a check from from the government is a freeloader and not taking responsibility for their lives, which includes our veterans, senior citizens collecting social security that they paid into, people lost their jobs and are collecting unemployment that they paid into. I believe him!

When he lies about a tax plan he's been hawking for 18 months on national TV, that's when I think he's a liar.
Tincan844 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 8:09 AM
Nice talking point, but Romney told the truth. Obama lies and so do you.
Jerry1 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 8:09 AM
Aurufice,

Anything you say is a LIE, does that make me wonder in astonishment, that we have Communists like you in America, NO, but we need to remove this from the Government.

Lars795 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:48 AM
Chicago thugs always work on fear and ignorance. Eventually those they prey on learn and also become unafraid.

As Americans are beginning to process Mitt Romney's lopsided debate victory on Wednesday night, the Republican nominee has pulled ahead in three crucial swing states, according to a trio of surveys from pollster We Ask America:
 


Ed Morrissey notes the slightly generous (to Republicans) sample splits in Florida and Virginia, although the Ohio partisan breakdown looks about right.  To buttress this data, Rasmussen has released two new surveys -- his data shows Romney ahead by one point