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Thread: Who would have thought Pennsylvania would become a questionmark for Obama - IT IS!

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    Who would have thought Pennsylvania would become a questionmark for Obama - IT IS!

    The land of "guns and bibles" may NOT be the automatic shoe in for Obama. Even allowing for a margin of error, it's a dead heat for Obama and Romney in the Keystone state now...



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    Pennsylvania remains too close to call

    President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney entered the final days of the presidential race tied in a state that the campaigns only recently began contesting, a Tribune-Review poll shows.
    The poll showed the race for Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes locked up at 47 percent in its final week. Romney was scheduled to campaign in the Philadelphia area on Sunday, and former President Bill Clinton planned to stump for Obama on Monday. The campaigns have begun to saturate the airwaves with millions of dollars in presidential advertising.
    “They’re both in here because of exactly what you’re seeing” in this poll, said Jim Lee, president of Susquehanna Polling & Research, which surveyed 800 likely voters Oct. 29-31. Most of the interviews occurred after Hurricane Sandy inundated Eastern and Central Pennsylvania. The poll’s error margin is 3.46 percentage points.

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    You know - I spend the weekend in Pittsburgh and I'm seeing now more Obama and Romney ads now than I did there for a while, which tells me that the Commonwealth might be up for grabs.

    This is the problem with sending in an absentee ballot early - I already voted for Johnson at this point. Can't take it back now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    You know - I spend the weekend in Pittsburgh and I'm seeing now more Obama and Romney ads now than I did there for a while, which tells me that the Commonwealth might be up for grabs.

    This is the problem with sending in an absentee ballot early - I already voted for Johnson at this point. Can't take it back now.

    I warned you not to. The Keystone state is definitely in play.

    Love it if Obama wins by one vote...

    You will have to find a new forum


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    Again, all this goes back to what I said long ago...never answer truthfully on polling questions. Now, a day before the election the truth is coming out and why? because most conservatives saw the wolf in sheeps clothing and kept quiet about what they were going to do. Now a day out, it's too late to make changes in a campaign. The liberals are probably fuming. I know that here in Virginia we are going for Romney...the polls always showed differently until the 11th hour...because wise conservatives kept their mouths shut.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Obvious View Post
    You know - I spend the weekend in Pittsburgh and I'm seeing now more Obama and Romney ads now than I did there for a while, which tells me that the Commonwealth might be up for grabs.

    This is the problem with sending in an absentee ballot early - I already voted for Johnson at this point. Can't take it back now.
    <grrrrrrrrrrr>

    Don't vote early or often.

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    They're going to pull something there...mark my words. It will be about electricity.



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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwalker View Post
    Again, all this goes back to what I said long ago...never answer truthfully on polling questions. Now, a day before the election the truth is coming out and why? because most conservatives saw the wolf in sheeps clothing and kept quiet about what they were going to do. Now a day out, it's too late to make changes in a campaign. The liberals are probably fuming. I know that here in Virginia we are going for Romney...the polls always showed differently until the 11th hour...because wise conservatives kept their mouths shut.



    I always lie when polled. I lie about my age, my religion, my race and my political leaning.

    I especially like "push" polls where there is this veiled and subtle attempt to get you to agree with them. I always do, except when I already do, then I don't.

    And if that made sense to you, PM me, we'll start our own group.


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    Look for widespread ballot fraud in Philly. Sounds like it is already happening.

    It is amazing how people switch sides. For example, my uncle voted Republican for 50 years before he died.

    Now he votes Democrat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    I always lie when polled. I lie about my age, my religion, my race and my political leaning.

    I especially like "push" polls where there is this veiled and subtle attempt to get you to agree with them. I always do, except when I already do, then I don't.

    And if that made sense to you, PM me, we'll start our own group.
    LOL I just got a call. First time and from DC. I never say who I am voting for at the polls, it's my business not theirs.

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    I have never been polled in my life. I would probably f' with them if I were. See how long I could keep them on the line, to waste their time.

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