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Published: Saturday, Nov. 3 2012 7:30 p.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

The Title of this article should be for both Obama and Romney. Obama depends on the independents even more as his strength as an incumbent is definitely not there as it was 4 years ago when ACORN and the Unions were out doing everything they could. The auto industry and banks may have voted with him 4 years ago but even with the bailout and TARP monies in their pockets, the individual workers in all the side industries didn't necessarily get the directly dollars for their families and retirement. National polls, traditional and potentially more valid don't show the same statistics as Obama uses with the less established and not as well founded state type polling and their own internal statistics. He should use those statistics for the national economy instead of bending BLS statistics for his campaigning.

This article could state: "President Barack Obama has got to prevent Governor Romney from sweeping Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin — or win Republican-tilting Pennsylvania, where he's making a last-ditch effort while prevailing in most other competitive states.

The news - slanted journalistic programs on Sunday morning were basically campaigning for the President with their hardball tactics.

Truth is Truth. Facts change.

WHAT NOW?
Saint George, UT

The slanted FOX programs on Sunday morning were basically campaigning for candidate romney, with their hardball tactics.

Truth IS Truth.

worf
Mcallen, TX

* Libyan Ambassador
* fast and furious
* additional six trillion to the debt
* higher unemployment
* over a billion spent on vacations after we're told to tighten our belts. Any taxes paid on that?
* most of our stimulus money to other countries, building factories and creating jobs, while we suffer.
* support of gay marriage and abortion, while giving billions to mid-east countries who execute them.

I don't get it! This is a close race?

An Obama win will be the most shameful thing this country has ever done.

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