I'd love to know who these 46% are who trust Obama's national security policy. Did they even understand the pollster's question? D-U-M-B A-S-S-E-S all!! Talk about the clueless enemy within, America's "useful idiots". Wow!
According to the fair and balanced network I watch, ALL the polls are not being truthfully reported. Romney is actually way ahead.
Pay no attention to the polls. Other interests are at work. Business's rise and fall on the polls. Big money is at stake folks. We don't matter. PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE POLLS.
Great to finallly see some good news in terms of polls but anyone who trusts obama more than Romney on national security should be locked up for stupidity!
Let's keep a look out for the polls in the next few days ... to see if people are digesting the news out of the Middle East. Hopefully, the DNC propaganda would have faded and voters are dealing with the reality of a clueless Prez.
My daughter sent me an email this morning with the following truism: "Re-electing obama is like backing-up the Titanic and hitting the iceberg a second time!"
How true is that???????
Well, although it's nice to hear that Romney has a small edge on the national level, it's still all about electoral votes, so if he doesn't carry big states like Florida and Ohio, it's going to be tough to win. I still think Romney will win, but he's going to have to do real, real, well in the debates to seal the deal. And he should hit Obama with everything he has. The only way Romney is going to win is if he looks and sounds tough, and the best way to do that is by making Obama look foolish (which shouldn't be that hard to do).
This is my post from another thread but it applies here because he could go way higher if he did this: "If I were Romney I would get Paul Ryan and hold a press conference and just blow my stack about this whole mess with the ME and the treatment of Netanyahu. It would electrify the electorate and tap into the energy, anger, and frustration people are feeling currently. We have dumped a lot of blood and treasure into the sh**hole known as the ME and it has been for naught."
Mitt should meet with Bibi while he is here in the states, as good friends of course. That will REALLY get BO PO'd along with his lap dogs in the press.
And then I woke up........ah, well.
I like it. If Romney wants to be Mr Clean, then he should turn the predators loose. They are easy to find - the ones he did not invite to speak at the convention. ;)
I was just saying yesterday to my husband that we arent going to listen to any polls……. But seeing how Romney is ahead in this one, and its friday…and I really want to have a good weekend……..
Have you seen the results of the new NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll in battleground states? The RINO, Joey Scarborough and friends acted like this was proof that Obama will win another 4 years. Yet this poll, like so many others are deliberately oversampling liberal Democrats - their model in these states actually projected a higher turnout for Obama in 2012 compare to 2008. Forget about the voters who turned out in 2010.
This is the only way they can get demonstrate that their Messiah will be reelected, so please disregard them and have faith in your fellow Americans who will fire Obama.
I'm sitting here watching the pundits making these very 'thoughtful' observations about Romney's presser the other day. It's rather striking to watch some of them 'supposedly' on our side say that Romney made the wrong move? All I have to say about their reactions. You guys are on these shows because you were too dumb to have or create a WINNING campaign!!! For you to come out and give Romney advice is rather hilarious!
Yes, I have been harsh on Romney in the past. Yes, I wish he would just take it to them. There is a time to be nice. This is NOT that time!!!
And I realize I'm giving some advice. But I'm not paid to do this for a living like these schmucks!
Rasmussen swing state polls are now tied at 46%, too. http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/obama_administration/daily_swing_state_tracking_poll
With what is occurring in the Middle East I think the 6% number for those interested in national security will rise especially if things continue into October. I also believe with Obama's snub of Israel more Jewish voters will move toward Romney. Numbers are trending badly for Obama and I don't think they will improve because I don't expect any thing to change domestically until after the election.
I think we're now going to see the polls swing more and more toward Romney. I know Ryan will win the VP debates and I pray Romney has the chutzpah to face the president and the American people as a leader who knows who he is and what he believes. If Mitt can do that we will have a new administration in DC next January.
Those polls that showed Obama getting a bounce after his convention were taking most of the undecideds and putting them in the Obama column. They are now going back to undecided and Obama will continue to fall as this Middle East fiasco affects the voter sentiment.
Swing state polls are starting to turn. I'm moving North Carolina from the swing state column to the Romney column, and Colorado is heading there, as well.
The Lame Stream Media won't be able to hide it for much longer. Time is getting shorter.
One of our Right Scoop Brother re-christened the LSM as the KPM-'Knee Pad Media" in honor of the lady from Virginia!
If people would just look at the 2010 election in NC they would know what is coming. We elected the first Republican House and Senate in 100 years. If the Governor's seat had been in play, we would have put an elephant in there too.
The big risk in NC for the long run lies in the government employee unions, growing muslim influence and liberal cesspools around the big universities.
Between what's happened in NY, like you mentioned, and reports that Illinois could be in play (a longshot, I know), is it any wonder that we feel confident to take the swing states? I'd like to see Romney take Ohio (and I think he will) but he doesn't even need Ohio now, in spite of what Rove and all the pundits say.
Colorado and North Carolina are polling in Romney's favor by several points now. Iowa, Wisconsin, Florida, and Virginia are all easily in play. Those six will give Romney 273. Then Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan are all just icing on the cake.
After that, even Oregon, Nevada, Minnesota,New Hampshire, Maine and Connecticutt could fall, if the swell is increased any in the next 50 days.
And it will swell.
Paul RYan just commented that Obama has no intention to protect the weakest among us--those waiting to be born in America,
I like it how Ryan and Romney are being still about the muslim scum creep crises. Let the boy Prince handle it without adding ideas, he like a ghetto burglar can steal.
SIGN I'D LOVE TO SEE ON A PLANNED PARENTHOOD DRIVE THRU:
ABORTION FREE! *
*with each sterilization
This is encouraging. Polls really mean nothing... but it is encouraging.
If America wasn't a 50% moocher nation, this would and should more realistically be around 80-90% in favor of Romney - even though it is Romney (sorry, but he is still a right leaning moderate at best).
If Romney was black, it would be nearly 100% in his favor. Sorry, but I can't help digging up the fact that the Dems and liberals is so race-focused on everything... this would steal some of that thunder.
I told Mrs. WFM, who very life hangs on the next poll, that I prefer the polls that show President Fouls Himself ahead because it encourages more of the unwashed, ignorant commies slime to stay in their hives on election day.
Yeah, I agree. Polls can be manipulated to psychologically affect the opposition...
I hope the great unwashed stay home because Obama is a lying, incompetent dog.
Yep, I agree.
Tell the misses, we've got this, no matter how it falls. The very best of them aren't worthy of wiping the backside of the worst of us.
The math seems to say that Romney can’t lose
I cannot get out of my mind what a huge opportunity is being lost in the Romney timidness to attack Hussein Obama and his party of marxists................
"""I am impatient with those Republicans who after the last election rushed into print saying, "We must broaden the base of our party” - when what they meant was to fuzz up and blur even more the differences between ourselves and our opponents.
Our people look for a cause to believe in. Is it a third party we need, or is it a new and revitalized second party, raising a banner of no pale pastels, but bold colors which make it unmistakably clear where we stand on all of the issues troubling the people?
Let our banner proclaim our belief in a free market as the greatest provider for the people.
Let us explore ways to ward off socialism, not by increasing government's coercive power, but by increasing participation by the people in the ownership of our industrial machine.
It is time to reassert our principles and raise them to full view. And if there are those who cannot subscribe to these principles, then let them go their way."
Five years later, Ronald Reagan was elected President of the United States.
Romney can't lose, but why not POWER BOMB Obama? Why not utterly humiliate him in the electorate?
My money is on 344 Romney.
I have to agree with this report and I recently came to the same conclusion. And this report does not mention that unemployment among blacks and young adults is much higher than the national average.
Simply put, Obama has eroded away too much of his base of support. All it takes is for him to lose a percentage point or two of blacks, young adults, Jewish Americans and Catholics and he'll be fired on November 6th.
More importantly, I am beginning to see a number of conservatives (especially Palinistas) who were very anti-Romney get on board recently because of what happened at the DNC convention and now the chaos in the Middle East.
I am a Palin supporter, and simultaneously was a Gingrich supporter. But Romney is the nominee, and I have no problem with him now. Even with all her justified attacks against the GOPe and her unfair treatment, what she has talked about more is that we absolutely CANNOT have a second term of Obama. Of course, I didn't need her to tell me that. Anyone who supported her but is now lukewarm about Romney needs to have a major priority shift.
Excellent post sdee... Excellent.
A soda can shouldn't lose to Obama... but here we are.
I still see a viable 3rd party in 2016... the Constitution Party?
I'd like to see a coalition of Libertarian, Constitution and Conservative Party types coalesce under a Patriot Party banner. None of them can stand alone successfully.
I think that suggestion has merit. I agree with around 80% of what Libertarians believe. If they can reconcile the military angle, then we'd be even closer. As a veteran, I agree that we can be more efficient in the military... just reducing the Government's red tape asmd influence would be a great start.
Through in a heavy helping of the Tea Party and this would be a solid and the only sane political party out there in 2016.
I hope we can come together and form a solid, unified, viable 3rd party. It's this nation's only hope.
Nope. We won't lose this November.
It will be that Democrats that fracture. I foresee that the "stealth Commies" in their ranks will officially join the Communist USA party. The last greenies will go over to the Green Party, and the muslims will form a Muslim Brotherhood Party. The DNC will lose at least 15% of their traditional voting block after the fallout is over.
Obama has been good for the RNC. The landslide that started in 2010 will continue again in November. I can't wait.
For the good of the country, sure hope you're right. But that combination of a glittering smile, arrogant self-assurance and amiable veneer is dangerously seductive to millions of fawning idiots. That said, history tells us that if an incumbent prez goes into the election with less than 50% electoral support, he will lose. Let's hope history doesn't fail us.
All very plausible.
I expect it's over for him right now... he's looking like too much of a lying, selfish arse now.
I expect your hypothesis to pan out. And I too cannot wait.