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Fox News Poll: Romney Edges Obama as Approval of President Drops

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. snerd

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    I would imagine each network has a different picture.
     
  2. juggy4711

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    Great. Last thing we need is more encouragement to vote for Obamney. Seems like we are collectively determined to keep playing two card monte.
     


  3. 427

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    These polls are snapshots in time. Anything can happen between now and election day - the only poll that matters.
     
  4. snerd

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    True. That's why the term "if the election were today" is used. :supergrin:
     
  5. Interesting.... Would you take the poll for what's it is worth if it came from CNN? Fox, CNN and MSNBC regularly cater to their viewers to keep them watching.
     
  6. snerd

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    Perhaps you didn't read my post? It was really long, I guess. It plainly states that each network would probably have a different result. That meant that polls mean nothing. Nothing more, nothing less. Geez, drop the conservative hate for a few, huh? :wavey:
     
  7. Snowman92D

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    I dunno that I'd go that far. Rumor is that Romney is brokering a deal with Ron Paul. Reportedly Romney will agree to disband the DEA (or at least severely curtail its activities), and RP will urge all his doper supporters to vote for Romney.

    Obama may live to regret allowing his DEA JBT's to close down medical marijuana shops like they've been doing. A couple million stoners could swing this election for Romney. :whistling:
     
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  8. cowboywannabe

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    well we can count on all the ron paul santorum voters to pull for obama.
     
  9. Lethaltxn

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    We can? :dunno:
     
  10. Goaltender66

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    Interesting that the D/R split is at 40/40 registereds. That's a grain of salt to keep in mind.
     
  11. RC-RAMIE

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    You come up with the craziest crap.
     
  12. Snowman92D

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    Hey...now don't you be mean. The deal being hammered out between Romney and RP will very likely pull votes away from Obama from among his staunchest supporters. There's a huge number of stoners who self-identify as Democrats and liberals/libertarians. Obama's DEA has definitely alienated them with their JBT seizures of herb at nirvana-purveying medical-MJ shops. :supergrin:
     
  13. RC-RAMIE

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    There is NO deal and Romney is not gonna stop or change the Federal war on drugs. RP supporters are not behind RP because of marijuana. Also there is some "self-identify" conservative republicans that are stoners to.
     
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  14. RC-RAMIE

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    You are a one trick pony and not very good at that trick.
     
  15. Snowman92D

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    I prefer to think I dispense with extraneous issues and focus on the heart of the matter. :smoking:
     
  16. RC-RAMIE

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    Nope you don't. You just repeat the same old BS that is not true.
     
  17. juggy4711

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    Where the hell did the concept that people that want to get high are liberal by default come from? And how many of those so called conservatives enjoy getting a buzz drinking alcohol? Or are those that like to get drunk also not conservative?