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March 31, 2011


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I Am Iron Man

Not great numbers (I hate to see Romney within two points) but pretty darn good. Also nice to see Bush down in Florida --- seems like if he cant win Florida then he would pretty much be doomed.The GOP really cant win without Florida so its encouraging to see them down.I also like seeing Huckabee down by 7! Hes really starting to freak me out. Hes almost as bad a dude as Gingrich.


If you look, Florida was actually one of Obamas weaker states in 2008. He only won by 2.8 points...the only states that were closer were Indiana and North Carolina.He doesnt really need it. He could win prettty solidly and still lose Florida. Ohio, too. The electoral math has changed...NM, NV, IA, CO and VA would be more than enough.Thats why Im convinced hell be reelected...as long as he can hold the 2004 states, he has a very clear path to 270.

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