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Obama's lead shrinks further

Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Libsmasher, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. Libsmasher

    Libsmasher New Member

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    http://www.gallup.com/poll/110608/Gallup-Daily-Obama-Holds-3Point-Edge.aspx

    Gallup has him 3 points ahead. He was six points ahead a few days ago, when the lib media talking heads were competeing with each other to see how many times they could link the credit crisis with republicans and McCain, with zero facts or argument to do the linking. Looks like some people are tiring of the brazen lib media shilling for Obama.
     
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    I think in the next few days it will go lower still.

    PA polls will go lower after the no clean coal stuff
    clusters of Jewish support will fall after the crap they pulled at the anti Iran rally

    those things wont show for a day or so, but they will have an effect. Then friday the debates and that all depends on who does the best.

    Who is hosting? I figture they will throw snow balls at Obama and bombs at McCain but I cant say for sure till I know who is hosting it
     
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    today's Gallup Poll 9/24/08

    Obama lead back up to 9 points again!!!! Plus ahead by 2 to 6 points in Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado and Ohio.


    McCain camp so shook up they try to coward out of the debates!
     
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    No it isn't - it's still three points - so now you've taken to outright lying, or is it you can't read graphs? :D

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    Out of the last 10 national polls released, Obama leads in 9 of them. McCain is in trouble as long as this financial crisis takes center stage and he knows it...which is why he pulled that stunt today.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/national.html
     
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    This pole was sort of dishonest. they over polled black people and democrats. It wasnt really an honest poll.

    I thought you always stuck with electoral-vote. com?

    or do you just go with what ever poll shows your lord and master on top?
     
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    electoral-vote. com is a electoral vote projection site. The link is to RCP's aggregate of the national polls...take a look there are 10 of them there, Obama leads in 9 of them. You can't find fault with all of them.
     
  9. PLC1

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    Libsmasher is posting polls showing Obama losing his lead, while Popeye is posting a thread about how he is gaining in Washington.

    Can anyone say, "wishful thinking"?

    Right now, it's a coin toss.
     
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    I'm not sure "coward out of the debates" is the correct term here...
     
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    all the polls have bamma up now...
    juan is frantic

    we are suspending all polls while juan solves the banking crisis
    T O M O R R O W

    ahahahahahahahah
    ahahah
    ah

    shiet....
     
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