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Here's the latest from Newsmax/Zogby

Now that the local news are holding Romney's feet to the fire about his lies regarding Chrysler shipping jobs to China, we should see more erosion from Romney's numbers in the few days ahead.

The only poll showing Romney gaining any ground in Ohio is the Rasmussen poll showing Romney up by two points.  We all know how discredited a polling firm Rasmussen has become given that their polls are skewed to the GOP and were off by a margin of 5.8% in the last elections. give a good explanation of their right wing skewing and are commissioned primarily by Fox News the fair and balanced network for sheep.  

Anyhow here is the good news for today.   Poll done 10/26 - 10/28 (Post debate 3)

Obama   49.5
Romney 45.6
Undecided 4.6  (this number continues to shrink and even if Romney took 60%, Obama still wins)


Obama 46.7
Romney 48.4
Undecided 5.0

Again, I see nothing but momentum for Obama after the Chris Cristie's praise for the President.  Obama is gaining here.  However,  Nate Silver still has Romney the clear favorite.

(Romney hasn't been able to seal the deal.  This state can be greatly effected by the Hurricane).  It is still a Nail Biter

Obama 48.1%
Johnson .9%

Undecided 2.5%  

Hope this is better news on a somber day for the Eastern part of the Country.

My thoughts and Prayers are with you folks....

*  Update:  Wow, the recommended list.  It's been four years since I have made it to the recommended list.  I think it's safe to say that Obama has momentum at this point.  

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