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Old 01-28-2008, 09:51 PM   #61
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Doesn't address the problems with Mitt Romney, now does it?

I think the fact that you're a bitch is pretty relevant though.

Yes or no?
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Old 01-28-2008, 10:11 PM   #62
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as if working with Democrats is some sort crime.
It is...

Wait, I'm having a hard time breaking character.
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Old 01-28-2008, 10:57 PM   #63
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My people in I.D.A have told me of this poll, I don't know how accurate will be-but Romney is up by 7.

These same polling people predicted a 20 point blow out for Obama in So. Carolina, last week-they we're accurate there.

Anyway here's the poll my ppl:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: DEAN DEBNAM
January 28, 2008 888-621-6988 / 919-880-4888
Romney expands lead in Florida
Raleigh, N.C. – Mitt Romney has opened up a seven point lead over John McCain in
Florida, according to the newest survey by Public Policy Polling. Romney is at 35%,
followed by McCain at 28%. Mike Huckabee has 13% and Rudy Giuliani is at 12%.
40% of respondents reported making their decision on who to vote for either over the
weekend or in the last week. Romney has a 36-26 lead over McCain among those
surveyed who said they made up their mind over the weekend and a 47-28 lead with
voters who made their decision in the last week.
6% of voters remain undecided. If their choices distribute the same way as those polled
who had made a decision the final result in Florida will be 37% for Romney, 30% for
McCain, 14% for Huckabee, 13% for Giuliani, and 5% for Ron Paul.
“The tide in Florida has been breaking Mitt Romney’s way over the last week,” said
Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “It looks like he’s picking up support
both from voters who had remained undecided and from folks who no longer think
Huckabee or Giuliani has a chance.”
25% of survey respondents indicated they had already cast their ballots during the early
voting period. Romney’s advantage with that group is 39-30.
The race among those who intend to vote on election day is tighter. Romney leads
McCain 34-28 with that group.
PPP surveyed 680 likely Republican primary voters on January 27th. The survey’s
margin of error is +/- 3.8%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and
weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.
Complete results are attached and can be found at www.publicpolicypolling.com.
If you have questions about this release or would like an interview regarding this release,
please contact Dean Debnam at (888) 621-6988 or 919-880-4888.
###
January 27, 2008
Survey of 680 likely
Florida Republican
primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27604

Florida Republican Primary Survey Results
Q1 The Republicans still running for President
include Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John
McCain, Ron Paul, and Mitt Romney. If the
primary was today, who would you vote for? If
Rudy Giuliani, press 1. If Mike Huckabee,
press 2. If John McCain, press 3. If Ron Paul,
press 4. If Mitt Romney, press 5. If you’re
undecided, press 6.
Giuliani................... .12%
Huckabee............... .13%
McCain................... .28%
Paul ....................... . 5%
Romney ................. .35%
Undecided.............. . 6%
Q2 Do you intend to vote on Tuesday, or have you
already cast your vote either through early
voting or an absentee ballot? If you plan to
vote on Tuesday, please press 1 on your
keypad now. If you have already voted, please
press 2.
Vote on Tuesday............................................. 75%
Already voted.................................................. 25%
Q3 Which statement best describes when you
decided who to vote for: this weekend, in the
last week, in the last month, or before that? If
you decided who vote for this weekend, press
1. If you decided who to vote for in the last
week, press 2. If you decided who to vote for
in the last month, press 3. If you decided who
to vote for more than a month ago, press 4. If
you can't remember or you're not sure, press 5.
Decided who to vote for this weekend ............ 15%
Decided who to vote for in the last week......... 25%
Decided who to vote for in the last month ....... 35%
24%
Decided who to vote for more than a month
ago..................................................................
Can't remember or not sure ............................


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Old 01-28-2008, 11:17 PM   #64
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WEll my friend....

My guy just came out with his poll three minutes ago.

He has MccAIN UP 3%. With 8% undecided....and breaking his way due to a rather important endorsement.
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You just want to punch him square in the face, don't you?
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but are these Florida Republican voters aware that McCain is an evolutionist?

i'd think twice before getting so excited, my friend.
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Old 01-28-2008, 11:23 PM   #67
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WEll my friend....

My guy just came out with his poll three minutes ago.

He has MccAIN UP 3%. With 8% undecided....and breaking his way due to a rather important endorsement.
Your ppl are not my ppl nor members of the illustrious I.D.A. , now are they?

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Old 01-28-2008, 11:25 PM   #68
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Your ppl are not my ppl nor members of the illustriousI.D.A. , now are they?

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Romney is too liberal to hold the conservatives....McCain is gaining in support from the Middle of the road conservatives....




Do not be too worried......There are 8% undecided. If they all go Romney's way.....he has it wrapped up.
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This is tense. I won't be able to sleep tonight. Fortunately, I don't have class until the afternoon

If McCain wins, that's pretty much the nomination. He's already leading in most Super Tuesday states.

I just have this gut feeling that Romney pulls it off, though.
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This is tense. I won't be able to sleep tonight. Fortunately, I don't have class until the afternoon

If McCain wins, that's pretty much the nomination. He's already leading in most Super Tuesday states.

I just have this gut feeling that Romney pulls it off, though.
It won't be decided until late.

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Rudy ppl are leaning towards Mitt right now.
Rudy came out and said John has twisted Mitt's word regarding the surge.

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This is tense. I won't be able to sleep tonight.
It's a long long road, don't lose any sleep over it...
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Don't worry, he'll change his tune in the general. One might say he will FLIP FLOP quickfast when those independents become relevant.

McCain disgusts me. I think Mitt knows he's a fake, and he doesn't even try hard to pretend otherwise. McCain has his ass kissed by the media and lies on a daily basis and yet he's got gravitas. This guy has really managed to bamboozle otherwise thinking people into some kind of unintelligent stupor.
I know, I know. I keep holding out hope that he hasn't totally sold his soul.

Obviously, my vote would be going Democratic anyway, but if a Republican had to be in the White House I'd still rather it be McCain. I mean he can't be worse than Bush can he? (And I fear Romney WOULD be).
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Obviously, my vote would be going Democratic anyway, but if a Republican had to be in the White House I'd still rather it be McCain. I mean he can't be worse than Bush can he? (And I fear Romney WOULD be).
I actually don't think Romney would be worse. Romney really strikes me as a Canadian-type Conservative, basically an economic conservative who doesn't really give a shit about social issues, but talks about them to pander to the base during the election. Generally these sorts get voted out quickly when the inevitable recession hits or when they cut enough taxes and limit social spending to the point where the public is no longer tolerant of them. But they by and large stay away from major non-economic clusterfucks.

I don't really believe there will be a war with Iran. But of the two of them, McCain would certainly be the one I'd see pushing it more than Romney.

I sincerely dislike McCain and feel he is a man of absolutely no principles left. Romney probably never had any principles, but at least he knows it.
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McCain and Obama.
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