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Final Gallup, Rasmussen Polls: Romney 49, Obama 48

pzaqwer Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:12 PM
Here's what card-carrying Republicans or dupes of the Republican party respond with after being told that the Republican party took more time to get sufficient number of troops into Iraq than it took America to win all of World War II. -- "It was all the Democrat party's fault." But guess what, the president of the United States was a Republican during that time, the Speaker of the House was a Republican from January, 2001 all the way through January, 2007, and the Senate Majority Leader was a Republican from January, 2003 through January, 2007. Obviously, the Republican party cared more about making a buck during the Iraq war than the lives of the troops out in the field.
Cal29 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:17 PM
But really I would prefer some electroshock.
Cal29 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:17 PM
Seeing as he's already had a lobotomy, Uber, that might be the way to go.
Uber Dave Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:14 PM
...schedule an exorcism instead.

Uber Dave Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:14 PM
Sybil, you posted briefly under the screen name MyNameisLegion, the biblical reply to Christ from a demon possessed man; doesn't this mean that Ray Ancle/Ancel is Satan's spawn?

And how many of the various and sundry personalities who haunt your addled, diseased, fevered, tortured, turgid, squirming, pulsating, crippled, damaged, non-functioning, atrophied brain are the minions of the "Angel of Light"?

Could this be why the well-meaning staff at the Happy Acres Sanitarium and Rest Home is having no success with the electro-shock therapy, Lithium and Seroquel cocktails and extensive lobotomies in combating the evil that infests your crippled mind?

Perhaps when the men in the white coats catch up to you this time they could...

No promises, but this may well be my last post devoted to polling before the ultimate poll is taken and tabulated tomorrow.  These surveys are the crack cocaine of politics, and we're all going to need to detox on Wednesday.  And with that, voila: Gallup's final pre-election poll has fallen in line with virtually every other national poll, showing Romney ahead by a mere point, 49/48.  The bad news for Republicans is that this lead is diminished from the GOP ticket's five point edge prior to Gallup suspending its polling due to the storm. The good news is that...