Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Resurgent Republicans close gap in key states

Fear of Big Gov at all time high. Gallup. Even Democrats. So what's the fallout? This: USA Today with cool interactive map of swing states:
Since the heady days of 2008, a new USA TODAY/Gallup Swing States Poll finds the number of voters who identify themselves as Democratic or Democratic-leaning in these key states has eroded, down by 4 percentage points, while the ranks of Republicans have climbed by 5 points.
Republican voters also are more attentive to the campaign, more enthusiastic about the election and more convinced that the outcome matters. [snip]
In swing states, Obama trails former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney among registered voters by 5 points, 43% vs. 48%, and former House speaker Newt Gingrich by 3, 45% vs. 48%.
O supporters hit hardest by his Obamanomics recession, and the number of independents rise.

Obama thinks he can run as a middle class warrior--get real, those you called bitter clingers aren't fooled. One of the few Blue Dog Dems left tells it like it is. And unions in the real world ask--where are the jobs?

 P.S. Michelle does jumping jacks, she's proud of her country now, Romney sends in his spouse too:
Anne Leary
Yup RT : Is your Prez. campaign over when they send in your wife?
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