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I speak reality again and I will be pounded for it but please never forget it because like it or not it is still a driving force in this election just as it was in the last 'The Race Card Lies There Waiting"
Pay no attention to polls in this election and remember that the Main Stream Media (the old cronkite media) are all in the bag for "Their Poster Boy Obama"
I'm not a Romney fan and I have said repeatedly that I don't think Romney has a chance given the Racism that runs rampant in the Left Wing Media and in the Minds of Liberal America but as some news sources are reporting this morning the Crowds that Romney is drawing is scaring the ***** out of the Obama people.
America gave Barack Hussein Obama his chance, he failed miserably, he is a Socialist Communist
(he also eats fried twinkies that can drive you nuts)
Harry Boy (Genius)
In The Absence Of Law And Order Society Will Surely Destroy Itself
On October 27, CBS-New York Times has Carter ahead 42-39. On October 30, the Washington Post has Carter ahead by 43-39. [LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
The actual vote takes place on November 4. Ronald Reagan receives 51 percent of the vote, Carter a paltry 41 percent. It is a landslide.
What is it about a Reagan 10 point margin of victory that confuses you when only 5 days earlier Reagan was down by 4 points?
What you do not reference is:
The CBS-New York Times poll of November 1, 1980 shows some Reagan movement as the race reaches the wire, with the governor inching ahead 44-43, well within the margin of error. Gallup has Reagan up by three points that day. Finally, on election eve, November 3, 1980, the New York Times headlines this story by Adam Clymer: "Reagan and Carter Stand Nearly Even in Last Polls[.]"