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Finally the NY Times has endorsed Obama… The reasons are clear.

Sunday, October 28, 2012


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COACHPENNY 10/28/2012 8:12PM

    I thought they put it very well in their endorsement. I'm early voting tomorrow.

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CARRAND 10/28/2012 7:25PM

    The New York Times is right.

I just heard that The Des Moines Register endorsed Romney. What's up with that? I'm from Iowa (I left 40 years ago, but my family is still there) and I respect the Register, but now I'm wondering.

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RUSSELL_40 10/28/2012 7:17PM

    Since it is so clear that Obama is the best choice ( I voted for him already )... I wonder why it took till 8 days before the election to endorse him.

If you are worried, check out Nate Silver's electoral map. No swing states, just a percentage of probability, and who is currently leading. He has Obama at 74% chance of a win, and winning 296 electoral votes. He was off by 2 electoral votes in 2008.. 352-354.


He is the most accurate poller, and thinks WI and OH are not swing states at all. WI he has as an 86% chance going to Obama, and OH is at 73.5% chance for Obama. Other than Colorado, and Virginia being at 57, and 60% for Obama respectively, the others are pretty much decided.

We should be celebrating an Obama victory in just over a week. Make sure you, and everyone you know votes.

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MARIANTONIA2 10/28/2012 7:02PM

    I hope he wins. I already voted.


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ANDROMEDA1967 10/28/2012 6:45PM

    Fenwaygirl 18, i totally agree. i saw that the NY Post endorsed Romney--I never liked that paper anyway.

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FENWAYGIRL18 10/28/2012 5:44PM

    Let's hope he gets in cause if not we're in HUGE TROUBLE!

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