And history also suggests that undecideds break for the challenger.
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And Dick said a +5 or more lead for Mitt.
And Jay Z couldn't fill the place up for OBY who spoke to a half
empty house. So it turns out that Mitt is a prob for him. ILAMO
Springstein struck out.
Stevie Wonder struck out.
Jay Z struck out.
That's like MITT striking out the Yankies. Three up and three down-lol.
Gillespie was right. All the enthusiasm and crowds are for Mitt.
Someone in PA is worried. An activist group shredded all GOP
registrations. Sounds like ACORN at work. In 08 they entered
the roster of the Dallas Cowboys in 22 states and their offices
were raided by the FBI. See Philly pic of shredded registrations.
Plus, Rasmussen's ID numbers are the same as Gallup's and Pew.
Hume said the same thing about that +1% lead.
The good people of Ohio didn't come out to see The Boss??
No more concerts dates for you :hammer:
You can't look at a generic ballot poll or a national poll and say that's a win in an election that's determined by the states.
Everything I've see where Rasmussen drilled down to the state level shows Mitt within the margin of error at best. Hardly definitive.
Here we go again:
Obama caught asleep at the switch with his Pennsylvania (read: Philly) ground game, now taking desperate measures. It's "everyone vote twice" time at the moment in Philly.
Take this news with an EXTREME grain of salt. But there are reports coming out of Ohio that Romney is vastly overperforming Obama in early voting. Now these numbers aren't completely confirmed, but if it holds up, Romney wins tonight:
I posted that back on Thurs and Fri and GOP was over-perfoming by 75,000 and OBY was
under-performing by 181,000 compared to 08.
Look for Hamilton County. That is the key and you will here them talking all night about it.
More comedy from Philly:
Full-blown "By Any Means Necessary" status for Democrats in Philly today.