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Bounce: Romney Surges in Ohio, Florida, Virginia

Voodoo111 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 12:47 PM
Our school systems suck because we got arrogant teacher unions protesting in states like Wisconsin to make more money. 84, 000 a year average in Wisconsin when the national average is 45. But it's for the children. Lol. Our system sucks because bad teachers don't get punished for doing a poor job. And good ones don't get rewarded. No teacher will lose his/her job if all they're students fail. I know if I fail at my job I get canned.
econoline Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 2:01 PM
Wow. You're amazing! I hope you have lots and lots of children who are just as smart as you. Sigh...
Voodoo111 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:24 PM
Common sense which I have and you don't, makes for a conservative, "grammar" makes for your candy a s s liberals. You enjoy your spelling and grammar skills. I'll enjoy my life and my money.
Voodoo111 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:20 PM
I think it's more of reflection on you which is why your an Obama supporter. Couldn't handle life so your looking for someone to do it for you. My father came here from kosovo couldn't read or write but started his own construction conmpany and is one of the ones Obama calls lucky and privileged. That's right my dad who can write and has a thick accent is eating your lunch you low life. Enjoy my families money. You were born here and your still a hack. Where are you today? You got your knee pads on so you can bark like a trained seal for this president? Weezle!!!
econoline Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 12:56 PM
Amusingly, your posts illustrate how bad the U.S. school system is. Both your spelling and grammar are abysmal.
Voodoo111 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 12:49 PM
If its because of teachers Romney became a millionaire, what happens to all the other 27 kids in the class?

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