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Amazing!  They weren't just repeating the Romney Talking Points either -- about how the Polls don't matter etc. (Matthew Dowd actually said when you're saying THAT, it's a sure sign your campaign is losing.)

'This Week' Roundtable Election Day Predictions
ABC -- Nov 4, 2012

Link to video   (which unfortunately won't embed)

For a summary of how the Pundits think this Election will go, simply make the jump to Reality, right over the spinning rhetorical wheel of fortune ...  watch your step.

'This Week' Roundtable Election Day Predictions

by George Stephanopoulos, ABC -- Nov 4, 2012 1:03pm

With just two days until Election Day, the members of  the “This Week” roundtable made their final election predictions before Tuesday’s vote between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney.


Electoral College
Romney: 321
Obama: 217

Popular Vote
Romney 49.7
Obama: 48.4


Electoral College
Obama: 294
Romney: 234

Popular Vote
Romney: 49
Obama: 49


Electoral College
Obama: 288
Romney: 250

Popular Vote
Obama: 49.6
Romney: 49.0


Electoral College
Obama: 303
Romney: 235

Popular Vote
Obama: 49.1
Romney: 48.3


Electoral College
Obama: 313
Romney: 225

Popular Vote
Obama: 51.8
Romney: 48.2

4 out of 5 Pundits agree -- it's not looking good for Mr Romney.

I thought for second, I had passed through "some sort of portal" or something,

where honesty and objectivity actually mattered, on the Traditional Media again.

Simply amazing!   Don't forget to GOTV.  

WE have to make those predictions become the Reality.  While that portal of opportunity is still an open door ...

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