Barack Obama and Mitt Romney answered questions from a town hall audience at Hofstra on Oct. 16, 2012.
Who won the second Presidential debate of 2012
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This poll is not accurate since people can vote multiple times – this signifies NOTHINGn
Iu00a0am stunned–stunned–that in Santa Cruz, a Democrat bastion, Mitt Romney is within 25 points of ‘winning’. I also agree with Laulauna that this poll is mostly worthless.u00a0
The Polls do not decide, nor do they predict the outcome of an election. I too am shocked that ANYONE would poll positive for Romney, except for the fact that the man is a good salesman.u00a0 I guess he gets points for that.u00a0 But remember, the product Romney is pushing, is mythical.
u00a0The Polls do not decide, nor do they predict the outcome of an election.n I too am shocked that ANYONE would poll positive for Romney, except forn the fact that the man is a good salesman.u00a0 I guess he gets points for nthat.u00a0 But remember, the product Romney is pushing, is mythical.
Wow, we have witnessed 30 years of liberal Democratic failure in Santa Cruz County, 40 years of continuous liberal Democratic failure at the State of California level, and Barack Obama has been by far the worse president in modern history, and the liberals in this thread wonder why Mitt Romney is getting more votes.nnMaybe people in Santa Cruz have finally decided to unplug themselves from the Matrix of liberal Democratic politics that have systematically destroyed this country, this state, and this nation.nnHow can anybody in their right mind look the empirical evidence of the record of any liberal Democrat in California or at the national level and think they have done a good job?nnA good job at what?nnHigh unemployment.nMore poverty.nMore debt.nMore dependency on the welfare state.nLower wages.nA social and education system that is corrupt, wasteful and does a horrible job.nnThat is your legacy, liberals, and no amount of propaganda can destroy the reality.
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