Sunday, September 23, 2012

The reality of the polls

Romney's terrible month
Pay no attention to the national tracking polls

Obama campaign manager Jim Messina told reporters on Saturday that despite national tracking polls showing the president and Romney tied, Obama is still winning.

“In all the battleground states, we continue to see all our pathways there,” he told the White House pool at an Obama fundraiser in Milwaukee. “We’re either tied or in the lead in every battleground state 45 days out.”

And if those tracking polls weren’t heavily weighted in favor of the Democrats, Obama would be 3-7 percent behind.

Another Reason Obama will lose

It seems over 1 million copies of an anti-Obama movie has been mailed out to Ohio voters.   That should move the scales a bit.

LA Times explains why it won’t release the Khalidi Video—because

A disappointing story and explanation.  Readers should be grateful to know that it exists seems to be the explanation. 

The Chicago Teacher’s Strike may have national implications

This is an interesting article on the Chicago Teacher’s strike.  But one of the unintended consequences (at least by the union) is an increase in charter schools which are not unionized

Romney’s release of his tax records

But the release of these tax records leaves no doubt about one thing: Mitt Romney is an extraordinarily, remarkably, astonishingly generous man. A good man. Maybe even a great man.
That is all. There is no “but.” Anyone who says otherwise is ignorant, stupid or a liar.

Obama claims he never said change would happen right away

"From the day I ran for this office last year -- er, four years ago, it seems like just last year -- I've always said change take more than one term, one president, one party," Obama said at a fundraiser in Milwaukee.

Although in February 2009 he did say, his presidency would be a one termproposition if the economy didn’t recover in three years. 

And for President Obama “always said change takes more than one term, one president, one party” it doesn’t show up in goggle. 

MSNBC Panel baffled that anyone would question redistribution of wealth

The echo chamber of the left has completely isolated many MSM reporters.  They simply believe that everyone sees the world as they do, that is, the government is good.  Yet recent polls by Gallup show the American population who think government has too much power is at 51% while those thinking it doesn’t have enough is 8%. 

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