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Crito
11/04/12 2:25 am

And no it's not close. Sorry but come on reps, be honest. I gave NC and Florida to Romney if I'm honest about it. Why can't most of you be too?

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Crito
11/04/12 2:24 am

Anyone who believes dick Morris is an imbecile. What has that man ever predicted correctly?

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zenithapex
11/03/12 10:07 pm

Dick Morris's track record is phenomenal. Remember when he correctly predicted the 2008 election would be between Hillary Clinton and Condi Rice. Look online for yourself, the guy is a frickin genius!!!

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MrWolfe Nashville
11/03/12 1:27 pm

I think Morris' theory is mainly based on the idea that there is an eerily quiet Tea Party-esque populace that's rather large... And they are relatively silent simply because they will show up in droves on Election Day. I don't really buy it, but we shall see.

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RJ1969 SoCal
11/03/12 1:02 pm

That was hilarious!

Wait.........you're serious, aren't you?

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timeout Boston Strong
11/03/12 11:16 am

Close one but I'm going with Obama.

paulg
11/03/12 6:19 am

Talking about polls... None of them are correct, I agree with Dick Morris, the landslide is looming.

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Bulleiver Earth
11/02/12 9:16 pm

Name calling is a double edged sword...

snuffulufugus Missouri
11/02/12 9:08 pm

Politics

Poly - meaning many

Ticks - meaning blood sucking parasites

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veritas1 Panda
11/02/12 9:04 pm

They are the same for states. The candidate who wins the popular vote gets all the delegates (with the exception of Nebraska and Main, which have multiple delegate sectors).

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honored
11/02/12 8:04 pm

Tony, I have one question. Are we trying to predict which candidate will win by popular vote or electoral vote?

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brothernai
11/02/12 7:13 pm

According to this, even republicans think Obama will win

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cairochris
11/02/12 6:19 pm

Of all swing states, I am the most confident in saying Nevada goes for Obama. Too large a Hispanic vote. Too big and effective a Reid political machine. The question will be the Senate election, but I'm pretty certain Obama wins the presidential one in NV.

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MrWolfe Nashville
11/02/12 5:51 pm

I doubt very seriously that Mitt Romney will be able to win Nevada with Harry Reid calling the shots. Remind yourself of how it turned out when Mr. Reid trailed slightly during a close election in 2010.

obamasuxx
11/02/12 5:45 pm

There's a shitload of unemployed union casino workers here that are to stupid to think for themselves, and will have plenty of free time to vote for barry

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kut17
11/02/12 4:15 pm

It's probably Obama again.

kytoaltoky
11/02/12 1:09 pm

Nevada's pretty "blue" these days.

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palindrome California
11/02/12 12:10 pm

It's a close one in Nevada but looking more stable "for Obama" than the other major battleground states. Since Obama has been polling ahead, and since LV-metro and the Reno-Sparks areas are doing better than it was when the recession hit, I think Obama will capture NV as well.

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