Thread: TN Poll (Mccain-48 Obama-36 Adults) (Mccain-55 Obama-35 LV) (Sep. 15-27th)

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  1. #1 TN Poll (Mccain-48 Obama-36 Adults) (Mccain-55 Obama-35 LV) (Sep. 15-27th) 
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    TN Poll (Mccain-48 Obama-36 Adults) (Mccain-55 Obama-35 LV) (Sep. 15-27th)

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    Why do you continue to post polls from states that nobody really cares about and are not contested?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by xavierob82 View Post
    Why do you continue to post polls from states that nobody really cares about and are not contested?
    I care. What I don't understand is why somebody posting from a NON-State would object to results from an ACTUAL State.
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    I can post Obama's poll numbers in California (5 times the electoral votes as TN) and Illinois (nearly double) and they would be just as indicative as to the elections outcome. You dont get a prize for winning the states you were supposed to win, I can show off some states that matter like Virginia, Florida and Pennsylvania... but I dont think you'd like the news.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    I can post Obama's poll numbers in California (5 times the electoral votes as TN) and Illinois (nearly double) and they would be just as indicative as to the elections outcome. You dont get a prize for winning the states you were supposed to win, I can show off some states that matter like Virginia, Florida and Pennsylvania... but I dont think you'd like the news.
    I'm sorry, did I miss something? I thought the election was in November. Maybe only absentee ballots counted.That must mean SenatorMcCain is now "Mr. President.":D

    Look Eyelids, your boyish enthusiasm for the Socialist is noted. I'm glad you take an active interest in politics. The folks around here have seen your kind before. All perky and giddy, nay, downright orgasmic when you thought your moronic candidate had a lock on the election. We also have seen your kind slink away in shame after your bubbles get burst. Try to contain yourself until the ACTUAL ELECTION results are posted.
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    Do not ever say that the desire to "do good" by force is a good motive. Neither power-lust nor stupidity are good motives. (Are you listening Barry)?:mad:
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    I would like to point out Kerry was not polling nearly as well 4 years ago as Obama is now. It's not even close.
     

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    The Swift Boaters had hit by now.

    We are waiting till October this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    The Swift Boaters had hit by now.

    We are waiting till October this time.
    Kerry was still not ahead in the states he needed to be ahead in at any point. Right now Obama has all but clinched Iowa and New Mexico and looks great in Colorado and Virginia. Mind you that's all he'll need to win the election but he's also forced what amounts to ties in Nevada, North Carolina, Florida and Indiana. That means even in worst-case scenarios in the states where Obama is winning he still has a 50/50 shot in 4 states that would tip it right back in his favor. It would take a fluke of magnificent proportions for McCain to win the election, it would be totally unprecedented.
     

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    This is your first election, isn't it?













    bwahahaahhahahaha.................
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    Propose to me a realistic ELECTORAL scenario in which McCain wins the election.
    Last edited by Eyelids; 09-30-2008 at 10:33 AM.
     

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