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    Republicans whom the Gods would destroy, they first give hope in Pennsylvania

    Republicans whom the Gods would destroy, they first give hope in Pennsylvania

    The ancient “heathen proverb,” often applied to those who attempt to settle the Arab-Israeli conflict, seems appropriate to Republican presidential candidates and Pennsylvania.

    New GOP-commissioned poll puts Romney 1 percentage point behind in Pa.

    In contrast to other recent surveys, a new Pennsylvania poll commissioned by the Republican State Committee shows Mitt Romney trailing in the state by just one percentage point, party Chairman Robert A. Gleason Jr. said Thursday.

    A number of polls have shown President Obama leading in Pennsylvania by either double digits or close to it. A Muhlenberg College poll released Tuesday had Obama up by 9 points, 50-41. An Inquirer poll published Sunday had the president up by 50-39.

    Gleason said his party’s polling, conducted Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, showed the race a statistical dead heat, with Obama at 48 percent, GOP nominee Romney at 47, and 3 percent of voters undecided.


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    Trent Telenko | September 24, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    There is a very good catholic voting history at this link:

    SPECIAL REPORT: Catholics in 2012, a series: Wisconsin/Ohio/Florida

    NeoConScum | September 24, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    And, Mitt is ahead by 14%+ for middle class voters. Normally both parties are neck & neck.

    May As Well not Even Waste The Gas To Go Vote As The PAers Would Say? You know The Very Ones Who Had The Arlan Spector Switch Senator. May Their Memories Of This Be Remembered At The Polls Who ‘Cling To Their Guns And Religon’ That It Was OTUS himself. In Other Words “Little People Whom Serve Me And I Give Them White House Beer Making Recipts And RSVP Choomp? No, These Are Decent Caring Individuals. If We Had More Like The Ones I’ve met In PA, It ould Be A Better World.

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