The New York Times' Nate Silver spots a trend: Mitt Romney's polling fortunes have improved significantly in swing states in the last few weeks. He's right. Even in last night's generally poor NBC/WSJ poll (Obama's overall lead was 4 points in a D+6 sample), the battleground sub-sample had closed to within three points, down from eight in July. And among the survey's undecided, "up for grabs" population, the president's job approval rating sat at a measly 34 percent. Last evening we highlighted new Romney-friendly numbers out of Wisconsin...
WinniePoo is playing word games here. Ron Paul has hijacked enough state delegations and subverted the will of the people expressed by the election and caucus results to get control of those states delegates in order to placed Ron Paul's name in nomination. Assuming that Ron Paul wants to be humiliated with another election loss, since he has nowhere near the delegates to win the nomination, he will lose, just as he lost all the prijmaries. My money would be on Ron Paul taking what is left of his campaign funds and retiring comfortably, smiling that crooked smile as he thinks about all those who donated for his retirement fund.
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