Bigger clue may be paths of candidates, not money trail

  • Article by: DAN BALZ , Washington Post
  • Updated: October 31, 2012 - 11:17 PM

Where candidates spend time likely more telling than where they spend money.

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wavettoreOct. 31, 12 8:54 PM

Once again, the next US presidential election will be fixed. Mitt Romney will be elected even though Barack Obama would have received more votes in the 2012 election. The political assassination will be perpetrated by Bush hiding behind Crossroads GPS, the most influential group of Neocons. The Neocons will have Mitt Romney elected to first use him and then let him fall easy prey. All blames and responsibilities will fall on the new Mormon president for the events already planned. The new World War of Religion is already a done deal behind the backs of all people to bring chaos and poverty and to favor in the end one New World Order. Soon you will see revolutions everywhere. Entire populations will be first reduced to poverty and then pitted one against the other until exhausted they will accept to live submitting to new rules in a World dressed in chains. The lack of effective governments will set the stage for one World Tyranny It will be just from chaos that one voice will rise with the promise to fix all and everyone. That will be the forked tongue of the New World Order. One Solution once it happens. http://www.wavevolution.org/en/humanwaves.html

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avejoeconOct. 31, 12 9:04 PM

Obama is taking us faster and faster to the distruction of this country. When the gov't runs out of money and the people continue to be given everything, they will riot in the streets Someone has to put a stop to the vote buying scheme of giving everything to everyone for the sole purpose of buying votes!

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orangeveningOct. 31, 12 9:11 PM

It really looks like it comes down to Florida, Ohio and Virginia. Obama wins Florida he is in. If he wins Ohio OR Virginia and loses Florida Obama stills wins but it will be close. Romney needs all three and that's very unlikely. Check out 270towin.com. Goes through every likely outcome. Gives Obama 76% to win.

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jackster4Oct. 31, 1210:54 PM

Romney will win Florida, Virginia AND Ohio. It's a landslide, folks. Don't believe the the Lefty pundits who can't admit their guy is an empty suit. Take a close look at the numbers. This thing is OVER!

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benturnerOct. 31, 1210:58 PM

re: avejoeconOct. 31, 12 9:04 PM Obama is taking us faster and faster to the distruction of this country. When the gov't runs out of money and the people continue to be given everything, they will riot in the streets..... joe your desperation is showing. Romney is done. You are going to have to accept that.

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crystalbayOct. 31, 1211:02 PM

" Check out 270towin.com. Goes through every likely outcome. Gives Obama 76% to win."...............Fivethirtyteight, Nate Silver's site has Obama's chance of winning today at 77%; Romney 23%. Obama will win, but I'm expecting a bevy of contested states, delays in securing the final results, and mass chaos In FL and OH. Ohio has over 1.4 million absentee ballots out - they have a deadline of Nov 17 for having all votes tallied. Obama's also consistently shown over the 270 electoral votes needed on numerous tracking maps. What I will say is that, regardless of which way this goes, there will be a whole lot of folks who post regularly with egg on their faces!

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pustule2Oct. 31, 1211:33 PM

Mitt Romney is backed by the full force of a large and growing religious cult. They are perfectly capable of pulling strings in all of these states.

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kleindropperNov. 1, 12 7:16 AM

I like all the Dems who are complaining about vote fraud when they are the ones being exposed Project Veritas. Do you Dems even know that one of your CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES got caught voting in two states (Wendy Rosen)? And tell me again which side is fighting tooth and nail against a sensible and widely supported voter id amendment?

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comment229Nov. 1, 12 7:24 AM

I think Romney's people did the math and figured out that they are going to need one or two traditionally blue state to turn red. What this all boils down to, is which political party gets their people to the polls. Same old statement is true here: if you don't vote; don't complain on January first.

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kebu80Nov. 1, 12 7:25 AM

We can only hope that the catastrophe to our Country called Obama is in its last days. Chalk the last four years up to a huge mistake and ignorance at the ballot box 4 years ago. Has your health care cost gone down as promised? Has the deficit been cut in 1/2 as promised? NO and NO! This joker has to go! And, remember to vote YES and YES on the marriage amendment and voter ID. Say YES and YES to our Country moving forward.

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