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After Obama’s Weak Debate Performance, I’m Now Predicting a Razor-Thin Election

The Common Conservative Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 8:17 AM
Sorry Daniel, but OHIO will go Romney. As will Wisconsin. The Republicans in Wisconsin are STILL in place from the Walker recall win. THAT never went away as the press for Republicans to win the Presidency in that state is strong and the fervor is still there. Not to mention that in many of these "battleground" states, the requests for REPUBLICAN absentee ballots is nearly 2:1 over Dems, you are missing the "enthusiasm" gap that Owebama is lacking. Look at the rallies in these states and the attendance. Romney is 3:1 or more in attendance. THOSE numbers speak volumes. Here in Jacksonville, Romney turned out over 8,000. Owebama couldn't get 2,500 and they had to move his venue to avoid looking like a flop. And that was BEFORE the debate
michigander4 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 9:40 AM
RE: "Sorry Daniel, but OHIO will go Romney. As will Wisconsin."

Michigan is also back in play since the debate. Many Michigan repubs were going to stay home because it looked so futile. They've been energized by the debate.
Patrice3 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 10:01 AM
Obama's fundraising was only 2% reportable. Read: he cannot even get American (voting) citizens to support him. He has to go out of the country for cash. Thankfully, that 98% aren't voting. I say landslide.

On the big issue of who wins the presidential election, I’ve been as constant as the north star.

But for state-by-state estimates, I’ve been flipping back and forth like a corrupt politician (pardon my redundancy) trying to decide between two interest groups.