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December 06, 2011


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If Obama wants to win Florida in 2012, I think he just needs to link the GOP nominee to the far-right radicalism of the Scott administration and I think he could win the state. The same goes for the other extreme right Governors in Ohio and Wisconsin. 2010 was a bad year for the Dems, but it might help in 2012.


Well, if you think the Dems are going to win the House back, it must be based more on hope than any polling. Due to reapportionment, winning back seats in PA, Ohio, NY and I could name a whole bunch of other states has become very difficult unless of course, there is a huge Democratic romp. At the moment, even if Obama wins, it doesn't look like a romp.

Tina Rocha

Obama win? Please don't make me laugh, I have chapped lips. Let’s see, Triumph the Insult Dog or Barack Obama? Here ya go Triumph......

Josef Stalin

Polls are just made up for whoever comes up with the cash. Might as well believe in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy to believe this poll.

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