We've heard how Obama will lose by a landslide. We've heard the race is very close. We've heard Obama is ahead. Polls change constantly, I mean constantly as in daily! What is it going to take to get people to stop listening to the lies and just look at what's happened? And happening! If people are going to keep changing their minds because of a speech, then we are sunk.
The main message I want to get across is we can't rest. We can't think Obama isn't going to make it. When I runner is running a race, no matter if they are in first or last place, they don't slack off 10 yards from the finish line. They envison the finish line 20 yards past the real one and put all effort beyond the line. We must do the same!
People who are voting for someone other than Romney are giving a vote for Obama. People who don't believe their vote will count, are giving a vote to Obama. There's only one way to save this country and that's to get progressives out of our govt. Then and only then can we risk the chance of voting for a third party. Until that day arrives, people need to understand the severe risk to voting for a candidate that cannot win.
Here's the latest Bloomberg poll:
President Obama holds a big lead over Republican rival Mitt Romney in the presidential race, a new poll shows.
Results of a Bloomberg National Poll released Wednesday showed Mr. Obama leading Romney 53 percent to 40 percent among likely voters, despite six in 10 respondents saying the nation is headed down the wrong track. The 13-point lead for the president was far bigger than in most other recent national polls, which show a much tighter race.
Fifty-five percent of respondents said Mr. Romney is more out of touch with average Americans, compared with 36 percent who said the president is more out of touch. The survey also showed 39 percent of voters hold a favorable opinion of Mr. Romney, while 48 percent view him unfavorably.
Of voters who said they enthusiastically support a candidate, 49 percent back Mr. Romney compared with 48 percent for Obama.
Thirty-eight percent of those surveyed in the Bloomberg survey say they consider themselves Democrats or independents who lean that way, while 33 percent consider themselves Republicans or independents who lean Republican — a five-point Democratic advantage.