Poll: How can Romney win the debates?

October 1, 2012
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11 Responses to Poll: How can Romney win the debates?

  1. Trent Telenko on October 1, 2012 at 11:08 am

    You all realize that these choices are not exclusive…?

  2. Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on October 1, 2012 at 12:33 pm

    Yes, it is OK to vote for “more than one” 🙂

  3. Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on October 1, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    You know, I read a flurry of articles this morning that all said the same basic thing: the election is over. It’s history. Obama has won, the result is locked in and the chances of the result changing are miniscule at best.
    This is a pretty good marker.

    I hope Poli and other pundits are saving off these juicy quotes.
    On the one hand, you may have to throw them away and move to Costa Rica or something.
    On the other hand, you may have the chance to throw in the media’s face from now till the end of time.
    Jeez, one of the articles said North Carolina will go for BHO.
    “Bring it”.

  4. Giaco's Backhand on October 1, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    LMAO that such topics are posted here. If Romney is looking here for advice, he deserves to lose. (which he probably will anyways based on the #’s)

  5. ken_phd on October 1, 2012 at 1:29 pm


    All Romney needs to do is show up and ask if voters would be happy with $8 per gallon gas.
    It’s pretty much over at that point.

    • Rubio's RINO on October 1, 2012 at 4:11 pm


      please explain how $8 gas will arrive under Obama but be avoided under Romney. Let’s back up our claims rather that state absurd platitudes (your sounding like the Obama and Romney campaigns!)

      • ken_phd on October 1, 2012 at 7:48 pm

        Rubio’s RINO:

        “please explain how $8 gas will arrive under Obama but be avoided under Romney. ”

        Elementary my dear Rubio. Supply and demand. Obama will tighten restrictions on drilling. Romney will ease them.

        Feel better now?

        • MikeN on October 1, 2012 at 8:07 pm

          Perhaps her moniker is not ignorance. She really is a RINO.

        • Rubio's RINO on October 2, 2012 at 10:51 am

          ok … fair enough argument. though I’m not sure Obama will tighten restrictions to that degree nor am I so sure Romney will ease them that much (he’ll do some, just for show). But yes, supply and demand will affect the price.

          but I was thinking of another factor — the biggest factor really. that is the depreciation of our Dollar that has been occuring and will continue to occur under the massive QE efforts of the Federal Reserve (which has nothing to do with our government, it is a private banking cartel). Gas is paid in $’s, so if the dollar is depreciated then the price of gas inflates. Both candidates are pro-Fed and won’t do anything to stop them from doing QE (not sure they really could unless they are able to enact legislation to harshly crimp the power of the Fed). Yes, Romney, has TALKED about limiting powers of the Fed in recent months … but we all know that is just a veiled attempt to pick up conservative votes. Even if he follows through on his recent words to fire Bernanke (and He was out supporting Benernake just a couple years ago), that won’t be enough to limit the Fed and will be just for show to temporarily placate the public.

      • MikeN on October 1, 2012 at 8:14 pm

        Secretary of Energy that wants gas prices to rise to the level of Europe. Dutch pay $9 a gallon for gas, so you could say we were too low with our price.

        Romney has not yet embraced Newt’s call for $2 gas.
        Open ANWR and the Keystone pipeline, as well as release the oil permits that have been blocked, and along with the Bakken shale, prices will go below $2 a gallon.
        Obama admin does not want that result.

  6. Trent Telenko on October 1, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Score one for Polipundit —

    The percentage of whites who are Democrats is tubing, see:

    Hiding the Decline: What Polls Over-Sampling Democrats Mask


    The key line from the post:

    The over-sampling of Democrats may not be showing the bias of polling organizations but it is likely hiding the decline of dwindling White support for Obama.