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        Another batch of national surveys were made public this week but the results were quite puzzling, ranging from a 13-percentage point lead for President Barack Obama to a 5-point advantage for his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

        Huffington Post made an average of all those polls and the result is that Obama still holds a narrow advantage in the national polls, just under 1 percentage point.

        So I'm asking all the American LCBers and not only, which candidate will win and which one will you vote for?
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        many polls target registered voters,  not "LIKELY" voters.  The few polls that  target "likely" voters give a much more accurate vision of what will happen in Nov. elections.......it is going to be a complete trainwreck for the current administration as all the voters who flocked to the polls for "hope and change" will not vote this time around due to the "lies and excuses" that have produced absolutely no positive change or steps forward for the country. this election will be a sweep for republicans across the board.
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        i know the question is who will be likely to win,at this point i just want someone in who can change things for the better
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        I support Obama all the way.....He is just getting started on improvements...There is quite a bit I would imagine, that we don't know about that goes on "secretly" that is priority.....But I have always believed that Democrats are move for the under dog than the Republicans....Now I have voiced my opinion and I won't say no more about it...I think political views only start arguments.....
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        I know what you mean rena,part of the problem is no matter who is president they usually have their hands full with Congress and the House of Reps. voting against everything they try to pass.

        Romney voted against the auto bail-out and he's from Michigan and if that hadn't happened...the bail-out, my hubby would be out of a job.He seems to be more for the rich...his millionaire buddies than for the average Joe. The 1% scare me to tell you the truth!

        I'd vote for Obama because I think he is trying and seems more down to earth to me.
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        I have to agree with homeandhap about not talking politics because it only causes arguments. IMHO this election seems to be a matter of picking the lesser of two evils...

        I think I will fall back on my old plan... Don't vote because it only encourages them! 

        katt
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        I happen to abstain myself as i see politicals as criminal to begin with by influencing government with an agreement of policies.heck in my opinion government is merely suggesting their law upon us and the only functions of sustenance we need to answer to is state territorial function.
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        homeandhap.....Please tell what successful thing Obama has done?
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        I cannot wait to get Obama out of office and while I am not in favor of some of Romney's policies, I will vote for him because the current administration is taking our country down a very dark path of which we may never recover from.  Quite frankly, our entire political system needs a complete overhaul but that will never happen!
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        Well, after having caught the tail end of Nixon, I then looked at Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr. Clinton and Bush Jr. With ALL of them, they knew they had to "Give some to get some" Nobody got everything they wanted, but they got what they liked. But they ALL worked with the House and Senate and came together and got the job done.

        With Obama, it was a "Take or leave it" attitude and that is what has held him back from greatness.

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        The Mind Doc wrote:

        homeandhap.....Please tell what successful thing Obama has done?
        that is sort of what i was thinking.....what is the thing?  is there one??
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        I know a fair bit about politics, and being from the uk, i would say i actually would like to see obama do his second term in office, as i feel he is and has been a good president overall, yes he had his bad moments, but he has accomplished some good things for america soo far in my eyes

        i wont go in any more detail because i do also agree with 2 other members who said politics can cause arguments , so i will just say, lets see what happens come the election

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        The Mind Doc wrote:

        homeandhap.....Please tell what successful thing Obama has done?
        that is sort of what i was thinking.....what is the thing?  is there one??


        Actually i wont answer what i think obamas *good* things he has done are, because like i said, lets keep politics out of discussion for sake of arguments

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        Please note:  This thread mimics real life.  If you ask an "Obama" supporter what great thing(s) he has done, you really get no answers.  Or...you might get some nebulous answer about it being "Bush's fault." 
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        I know a fair bit about politics, and being from the uk, i would say i actually would like to see obama do his second term in office, as i feel he is and has been a good president overall, yes he had his bad moments, but he has accomplished some good things for america soo far in my eyes

        i wont go in any more detail because i do also agree with 2 other members who said politics can cause arguments , so i will just say, lets see what happens come the election

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        The Mind Doc wrote:

        homeandhap.....Please tell what successful thing Obama has done?
        that is sort of what i was thinking.....what is the thing?  is there one??


        Actually i wont answer what i think obamas *good* things he has done are, because like i said, lets keep politics out of discussion for sake of arguments

        LuckyRJ








        you are right on mark,its always going to be differences in opinion and i myself think politics for some reason will lead to the biggest arguments in the world.This is one HOT topic but like i posted earlier, i just want things to get better
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        LuckyRJ wrote:

        I know a fair bit about politics, and being from the uk, i would say i actually would like to see obama do his second term in office, as i feel he is and has been a good president overall, yes he had his bad moments, but he has accomplished some good things for america soo far in my eyes

        i wont go in any more detail because i do also agree with 2 other members who said politics can cause arguments , so i will just say, lets see what happens come the election

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        dabigdog wrote:

        The Mind Doc wrote:

        homeandhap.....Please tell what successful thing Obama has done?
        that is sort of what i was thinking.....what is the thing?  is there one??


        Actually i wont answer what i think obamas *good* things he has done are, because like i said, lets keep politics out of discussion for sake of arguments

        LuckyRJ

        this is not an answer based on fact, it is based on fantasy.  please give examples...or if you cant)  and living abroad,  how would you know anything that is going on in the states???

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