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Don't believe the odds experts sizing up Obama vs. Romney? Offbeat gauges track things like coffee cups and cookies, and some have uncanny records.
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comforting that the media plays up how Obama is going to win hands down... I sure hope not but can we please get some media outlet to acknowledge that a large number of us want Mitt to win?
I'm a independent who was on the fence until I saw the debate. Mitt Romney looked very knowledgeable, professional. The president look like I'd rather be somewhere else. Very poor performance.
Romney made up my mind, I'll vote for him.
Here we go again--media bias at it's best---can't believe a word they say either--it's just plain propaganda as usual, because they have their hand in the governments pockets too.
At this point anyone supporting Obama is essentially proving they are idiots, and proud of it. I voted for Carter, and still to this day am ashamed of it. But Obama on his best is still not as good as Carter was on his worst day.
What really is frightening is how the nation got deceived by this moronic, idiotic, pretender in the White House. Obama is not intelligent and has bullshi!!ed his way through his entire life.
Romney, as I have now discovered, is AMERICAN and Obama is NOT. I watched the movie 2016 about Obama and came to finally realize Obama is a DECEIT FILLED LIAR.
One 7-11 in Yorktown, Virginia area only had the blue cups...the clerk said that was the complete delivery to this particular location. She also mentioned they were told this location would not receive any red cups. That would make the stats skewed then, right?
A 7-11 IN FORT MYERS FLORIDA WAS GIVING AWAY FREE COFFEE DURING A PROMOTION.
THE CLERKS TOLD THE CUSTOMERS THAT THE BLUE CUPS WERE FOR THE FREE COFFEE NOT THE RED CUPS. THEY MUST WORK FOR ACORN!
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