Obama Slipping In Polls

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In the first presidential debate, Romney lectures the Empty Chair

Rasmussen has Romney over Obama in Virginia and Florida. Obama is ahead by 1 percent in Ohio:

Note: He is slipping in other polls too.

” (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney has narrowed to just 2 percentage points since Romney’s strong performance in their first debate, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.

In more bad news for Obama, one in five voters said the Democrat’s performance in the contest in Denver on Wednesday made them feel more negative about him, while almost a third said they felt more positive about Romney.

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49 Comments

  1. It’s good to see Virginia and Florida snap back into regular voting behaviour.

    We await Michigan though.

  2. This is just spin. I don’t care how bad Obama does in the debates, no liberal or minority will ever vote for Romney. Right now, because things are falling apart faster than imagined, anyone should be 8-12 points ahead of Obama. The fact that the numbers are within 2-3 % shows that the race is still up for grabs. There is still plenty of time for the Dems to mobilize their troops. And plenty of time for the unexpected. As another Hunter once quipped, “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” So expect plenty of weirdness in the next month and a half.

    The question to be asked is how many whites will show up at the polls? If most Whites with a stake in the system show up, Obama is toast, because there is no other choice for them. If not, he’s set for another four. Also, on a more sober note, we must remember that no matter how bad Obama is, that does not change the fact that Romney is an anti-White (or at least not a pro-White) neocon.

  3. Talk is cheap, and we have a month to go.

    If Biden tanks on the VP debate, and he has a “heart attack”

    Hillary LEGALLY becomes VP. Think about that one, folks.

    Stand by for really odd “surprises.”

  4. Excellent analysis m. It’s deeply distrubing to see that the race is, as you properly observe, still “up for grabs”. And the implications of that simple fact are very unsettling.

  5. Wait ’till next election….. a minority incumbent or challenger would have to publicly kill and eat a white baby while begging for the media to NOT spike the story to lose by just a small margin.

    It’s been said before but it’s worth repeating: That this blue-gummed moron is not facing a -40% polling margin in this economy after his “performance” is the real story about how dumb and brown this country is.

  6. I reckon romney’s up tick is not about liberals or moderates, but about him giving White men who were previously uninterested a reason to vote for him.

  7. Not to rain on your pity party all of you are having, but do you Really Trust the Jewsmedia Polls? Seriously?

    Because dem Judenvermin NEVER LIE! HAHAHAHAHAHHA!

  8. The Doonsbury cartoon of Bush was funny. An oversize Stetson and an asterix. It’s seems the New Yorker has found a good way to depict Obama finally. An empty chair.

  9. The polls are one thing, but the electoral college map is another:

    Can Obama even win without Florida???

    Obama better try to executive order another Amnesty to get the Browns in Florida to vote for him, and fast, otherwise BRA just may be down for the count and Obama becomes the next Dinkins.

  10. Can Obama even win without Florida???

    Good point, but not an easy one to parse. Florida is a transition state. That is, demographically it is transitioning from rural and citified White, to Third World status. The South–Dade , Broward, and Palm Beach counties, are going Democrat, whether the majority voters vote that way or not (remember hanging chads?). Jews, blacks, and the willy-nilly mix of Central and South American invaders will probably be able to more than counter the Republican oriented Cubans. Turnout is the key. While the Jews will get out their vote, blacks and browns will have to be coerced and bribed (the fried chicken is being cooked, and the Four Loko is chillin’ as we speak). And as I suggested, even if these “people” don’t go to the polls, their votes will be counted in the blue column.

    Hillsborough County (Tampa-St Pete) has been historically Republican, but went for the Obamanator last time around. It would not surprise me if this year the county went for Romney, but it’s a close call.

    Central (Orlando area) has become Little San Juan. Also, the Orlando city fathers are pushing to make Orlando their version of “queer friendly” San Fran East. Expect Central Florida to go O.

    Duval (Jacksonville) is Republican, since, amazingly, there are more Whites than negroes-browns.

    The remainder of the state (sans the university areas) is Republican, but sparsely populated. Also, the heavily Republican panhandle is in a different time-zone, and the media bastards could call the election for Obama if they get the chance, before the polls close in the west, hoping to discourage those voters.

    The Florida Republican governor is not popular at all, so he will not be a factor for Romney. In fact, Romney has been chumming it up down south with Marco Rubio, and staying away from the Governor. The legislature is Republican, and the courts Democrat leaning. So if the race it tight, we could have a replay of Bush-Gore.

  11. A couple more Florida thoughts: Retirees (of which there are many) get pretty worked up over Social Security, and tend to think liberal in the scheme of things, even though they might at first blush appear conservative.

    Also, retired military folks who are hooked on VA welfare present a mixed bag. In many respects they are like the Social Security crowd. Who knows what they will do in the booth, if they think Romney is going to cut their benefits? Not saying he would, but these people enjoy hanging out at the VA-it’s kind of a social club for them. So, if Romney wants the Florida vote, he better be pandering to oldsters and vets, and not messing with their direct deposit.

    Finally, in spite of Romney assuming the position for Netenyahu, and squealing like a kosher piggly-wiggly, most of the professional Jews I know are so liberal that his act doesn’t seem to faze them. These folks are Israel firsters, but I can’t see them pulling the handle for Mitt. It will be interesting to see how the demographics of this race play out, once the election is over.

  12. I can’t wait for November 7th.

    The “uncertainty” will be gone and we will be faced with reality.

  13. Imposible!

    What we really need is more race real/pro-White blogs telling us how bad it will be for us to have a White President over another four years of the mullato Marxist.

    I’m sorry Hunter, I know I promised not to come back, but I must admit to lurking and an “I told you so” was just too tempting.

  14. Obama is a fraud created by white and jewish libs to be their stalking horse, and I don’t even think he wants this job anymore. Basically it sucks, half the country hates your guts, but his cult is worse being comprised of morons and whiners. (you want to talk “black” and then have to go listen to some whiny jew?, I didn’t think so)

  15. m, thanks for the two posts delving into what is going on in Florida!

    Man that would really be something if the liberal/ Jewish media called it for Obama before even all of Florida could vote, but I won’t put it past them.

    It seems BRA is getting more and more brazen with the lies. First it was ‘Blacks are ekweelz to Whites’, then it was ‘Brown immigrant peepz just wanna’ work hard, not taka’ da TANF and EBTz’, now they are even lying about the unemployment rate, to make Obama look better!

    Officials Reject Conspiracies On Unemployment Rate

    http://www.witn.com/news/headlines/Officials-Reject-Conspiracies-On-Unemployment-Rate-172950721.html?ref=721

  16. “….Obama is a fraud created by white and jewish libs to be their stalking horse, and I don’t even think he wants this job anymore….”

    It would be funny as hell if he’d just quit.

    People in higher positions have started to do that (coz hey, it’s just one more freaking bureaucrat job, in this day and age where we’re all just equally “documented” and where illegal foreigners have the vote, anyway, isn’t it?)

    And m is right about SOME of the military being the WORST when it comes to living on the public, and cutting down the people who pay their bills. 80% of the public is living on the past inheritances of Generational Americans— whether warfare, welfare checks, administrating some form of benefit, government contracts, etc, etc.

    They do not even know they are on welfare.

    The (White) immigrant who called MY TELEPHONE, to argue for Mitt, did not want it explained to him how HE, despite him thinking otherwise, has benefitted HUGELY by the republican-immigrant ticket.

    If it weren’t for the Cubans—- the third world would not be in Florida. The south of the border “third world” speaks SPANISH (which they now started printing everything in, against the will of the Americans)—- and the Cubans are MORE THAN HAPPY to take jobs “teaching English” to the others, and they LIKE them mowing their lawns, just like back in the good old days they had in Cuba.

    The White Cubans— were just the “first pawn out” in an area going third world. (Watch the Irish, also, lol). Hate me—- but you can’t deny that these are weaker links when it comes to seeing an area get “changed.” (EG: the “New South.”)

    The WHITE immigrant who called was a hardcore pro-Mitt Neo-Con—- who just wants the others to be “legal.”

    He said “America had been good to him,” and allowed him to “travel the world.” He never learned shit about the country, its people, the fact that (positioned as he was in NYC) he never MET Generational Americans, he knows nothing about it, not really, and has been a real TOOL.

    He NEVER bothered to take one of his fancy trips across the country HE HAD MOVED TO. And when I asked about his loyalties— if the U.S-anti-muslimism brought them to bomb HIS HOME COUNTRY (where lots of muslims are) how he would feel about it— he said, he would be dead by then anyway, b/c he’s old, and so he didn’t care.

    Now, that’s a traitor, lol. He had nothing in him for anyone, lol!

  17. Seriously—- as described above, there’s your usual WHITE “immigrant.”

    The only real non-traitors may be the loyalist, lol. They got stuck in a country where a revolution happened. They did not leave their home country just for money, or because they might get to travel around on some cheesy cruise ship or something and feel like a big shot honcho. Yes…there were really people like that.

  18. Hunter, your readers are really dumb. Or is that d-u-m? Sec State is NOT 3rd in line for Prez, that would be speaker of house (Pelosi). Heheh. Let ’em try that, Romney would win by a landslide.

    Regarding the evil Jooz, Bernie Marcus (co-founder of Home Depot with Catholic wop Langone) filmed a commercial for Mitt.

    It should go w/o saying that I admire both Langone & Marcus very much. But to your idiot readers, we have to spell things out literally.

    Latuh.

  19. Hunter, looks like jim the moron is vomiting in his usual bromidic and uninspiring manner. But that’s OK , he’s toopit.

    Latuh.

  20. The Jews are pesky. They are not the rot that has set in. That appears to be northern whites. They actually think equality is a fact instead of a rhetorical flourish.

  21. “The South–Dade , Broward, and Palm Beach counties, are going Democrat, whether the majority voters vote that way or not (remember hanging chads?).”

    They already have been for some years. You don’t really think all these yankee transplants down here vote Republican, do you? (Unless, of course, it is for Republicans like the ever so white Allen West.)

    Between yankee transplants, Haitians, and latinos, Romney has no chance in South Florida. The white Cubans are normally the only Republicans down here, and that is a generational thing. Their numbers are still formidable, but dwindling.

    It is interesting to watch as some of the yankees (especially the Jewish ones) defect to the Romney camp down here. Jewish Republicans are right in the middle of an add campaign against Obama’s treatment of Israel. What a hoot!

    I think it may have dawned on some of them that “black and brown” power will eventually devour them. Then again, maybe not…

    Deo Vindice

  22. “Also, retired military folks who are hooked on VA welfare present a mixed bag. In many respects they are like the Social Security crowd.”

    Why would anyone want to advertise that they plane to cut someones well-earned pension? And since when did pensions become “welfare.” Mind you these pensions will be toast when the government defaults on everything but there seems to be no rational reason for any politician to advertise that fact.

  23. Dixiegirl wrote: They do not even know they are on welfare.

    That is very true. Just the other day I was speaking to a man who was retired from the military. I don’t mean to demean his character, for he is a very admirable man who is really a combat war hero in many respects. But all his life his and his families expenses have been paid by the Feds (military salary, benefits, etc.)-meaning paid by taxpayers. He was whining about Obamacare, and exclaimed, “I don’t know why people think it’s the government’s business to provide folks with health care.” He was serious, and completely missed the irony in his statement.

  24. “He was whining about Obamacare, and exclaimed, “I don’t know why people think it’s the government’s business to provide folks with health care.” He was serious, and completely missed the irony in his statement.”

    Well, the constitution does say that .gov will provide for the common defense. Not sure where it says doctors should service niggers.

  25. YT, that would be “general welfare” in the Preamble. “General Welfare” is a loophole for just about anything related to the welfare state, along with the Elastic Clause, and it doesn’t matter what strict constructionist morons say about it.

  26. OK, I’m a moron. But I’m right about line of succession to the prezdency. Aren’t I, Hunter? (And aren’t you ashamed of the level of commenters here?)

  27. “Regarding the evil Jooz, Bernie Marcus (co-founder of Home Depot with Catholic wop Langone) filmed a commercial for Mitt.”

    I believe it’s now called ‘HOMO Depot.”

    We don’t shop there, and tell others not to, as well. Amazingly, all new Mega- Menards are popping up everywhere. Hmmm. Wonder why?

  28. Hunter said, “Amanda,
    The election will be over in a month. Then it will be back to normal around here. You should stick around.”

    I may. In the meantime I’ll be preparing.

    Took the family to a corn maze in central MS today… 100 miles from nowhere. Only saw two interracial couples the whole day & one orc family. Just about as close to Heaven on Earth as you can get these days.

  29. Rudel: Why would anyone want to advertise that they plane to cut someones well-earned pension? And since when did pensions become “welfare.”

    Your’re right. Why would they? One thing is certain, military pensions are, in the scheme of things, pretty liberal. Whether they are, in most cases, well deserved is a big question. It is a judgement that should be open to political debate, but hardly ever is. After all, a negro recruiter somewhere in Georgia is not exactly defending Pork Chop Hill.

    But I was thinking mostly of health care. Military are provided essentially free medical care through military facilities. Dependents may enroll in Tricare, which is more or less a low cost HMO subsidized by the government. When active duty jump ship, they can join up with the VA.

    Individual mileage may vary, but VA is set up to provide global treatment, and members may apply for liberally construed service connected disability payments. Some of it is hard to put a handle on. For instance, PTSD is the big thing now. Psychologists coddle the men (and, I guess, women, also) into a general dependence mindset. Group “feel my pain” sessions are not uncommon. These are men that General Patton would have called “yellow bellies,” but that was then, and this is now.

    However it is, the psychology of the modern day warrior is somewhat peripheral to my points. First, the military is a huge supporter of individuals through direct payments (“welfare” was a poor choice of words on my part, I admit–we must speak by the card or equivocation will undo us…). And second, the Federal government, through the military, is already a huge health provider, yet no one seems to connect the dots with this program and civilian health care. One big difference, though, is that unlike pure welfare payments, soldiers do have to show up for work. At least it was that way when I was pounding the ground.

    To stay on topic, and back to the topic at hand, expect the polls to even out in the next week. While it should be a landslide against Obama (not necessarily “for” Romney), I think this will be a close one.

  30. Pensions for soldiers should be connected to physical injury. Or demonstrable heroics.
    Or some brilliant action that brings about victory.

  31. “Pensions for soldiers should be connected to physical injury. Or demonstrable heroics.
    Or some brilliant action that brings about victory.”

    Or for being on the job for 20 or 30 years just as they are earned in working for other institutions. Pensions like healthcare and paychecks are simply part of the contractual terms of employment in the U.S. Most public employees don’t qualify for Social Security here. They have to work prior or subsequently to their 20 or 30 years of government service in order to pay into it and therefore qualify for it.

  32. “These are men that General Patton would have called “yellow bellies,” but that was then, and this is now.”

    “Shell shock” has been a medically recognized condition since at least WWI. If you have ever been subjected to an artillery barrage you’ll know what I’m talking about. The “thousand yard stare” is a well known symptom of the repeated and continuous psychological stress of combat. I used to go on mine sweeps 45 years ago. I still jump about three feet whenever a construction crew inadvertently drops one of those temporary steel plates from any appreciable height over a pothole in the street.

    PTSD does seem a bit over-diagnosed nowadays but I’d just as soon leave it to the medical professionals to treat it or not as they see fit.

  33. Certainly, if a soldier lasts for that long. It would be quite telling to see exactly who manages to claim long service pensions. Officers mainly? Drill sergeants? Who else?

  34. My Grandad was both a soldier in Ww1 and 2 and clearly had such symptoms. No pension for him. Indeed between wars he was on “special branch” shit lists for organizing a miners union during the great strike and Fenian sympathies. The man was at war with someone all his life.

    We have become soft these days. He also hunted Afghans in the 1920s. I should write a book on that biography. It’s a crazy one.

  35. “Certainly, if a soldier lasts for that long. It would be quite telling to see exactly who manages to claim long service pensions. Officers mainly? Drill sergeants? Who else?”

    Since WWII it’s always been up or out with officers so nowadays you don’t see them retiring after 20 years at anything below the rank of Lt. Col. Wartime has increased the need to pay for highly trained technicians and has resulted in grade inflation among enlisted personnel. There are a lot of Master Sergeants with less than 20 years service, something that was not the norm before Gulf War I. I imagine if we see a drastic reduction in the Pentagon’s budget you will see a lot of them let go before their 20 years is up.

  36. “We have become soft these days.”

    With all due respect, as a civilian I don’t think you are qualified to make that statement however true it may be. In my experience White men are capable of amazing feats if properly trained even if they are trained the “hard way” (and manage to survive) through actual combat experience.

  37. The sad fact is most men are not cut out for war, and the world calls you all sorts of bad names when you are.

    A good number of vets I know fully expect to have their pensions killed when things get bad. Historically it’s a common event, which has never made sense to me. Why would you fuck over the men you trained to do bad things? I reckon it’s because we are small in number vs the welfare rolls

    The whole pension system is messed up IMO. Lots of military people have jobs where you can do 20 years and then go get a normal job. However, the most dangerous men have jobs where 20 years on the line takes a huge toll on your body and you don’t have much left afterward. Like all govt programs, they have a one size fits all solution that doesn’t match the real world

  38. Ps, this is the best I’ve ever seen the military with young jr leaders who have 4 years trigger time and technology that is straight out of scifi from 20 years back. Long tab, scroll, Budweiser badge etc nothing beats experience and I know men under 30 who have a lot of combat. Pulling triggers and leading men. There is nothing soft about that group of men. It’s the ROE’s and politics that are making a hash of things

  39. PTSD is very real I can assure you, but it generally only lasts six to eighteen months, it fades as the brain “chills out” and goes back to it’s normal state. Most people it constant F or F situations get it. The brain actually changes shape. HOWEVER, many nut jobs were nutty when they went in, and use PTSD diagnosis as an excuse for their failure. You can usually spot them because they are still complaining about their PTSD five years later, or more.

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