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  •  Actually, that one is true (4+ / 0-)

    15% said Sandy was the biggest factor in making their decision.

    •  And why? (1+ / 0-)
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      ladybug53

      Just extrapolating here, but...

      could it have been because in the aftermath of the storm, Obama looked like a take-charge kinda guy and

      (a) they remembered W NOT being a take-charge guy; and

      (b) O looked like he cared about all the people who got socked by Sandy, and Mitt looked like HE only cared about a photo-op?

      D'ya think that might have a tiny bit to do with O's trouncing the Rs at the polls?

      To make the argument that the media has a left- or right-wing, or a liberal or a conservative bias, is like asking if the problem with Al-Qaeda is do they use too much oil in their hummus. Al Franken

      by Youffraita on Fri Nov 16, 2012 at 01:41:34 AM PST

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    •  15% of the electorate (1+ / 0-)
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      or 15% of the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast?

      That's an incredible statistic if 15% of all voters were persuaded to vote for re-election because after 4 years they recognized leadership when they saw it.

      I wonder how many people voted for Romney because of all the kvetching about Benghazi.

      We've been spelling it wrong all these years. It's actually: PRO-GOP-ANDA

      by Patriot4peace on Fri Nov 16, 2012 at 03:22:25 AM PST

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