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October 6, 2012 4:00 am

Obama Lead Narrows to 2 Points

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Ynet – US President Barack Obama‘s lead over challenger Mitt Romneyhas narrowed to just two percentage points since the Republican’s strong performance in their first debate, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.

In more bad news for Obama, one in five voters said the Democrat’s performance in the contest in Denver on Wednesday made them feel more negative about him and almost a third said they felt more positive about his Republican challenger.

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  • Chaya

    He IS a chameleon. He’s a hollow man. He’s a narcissist. It’s dangerous to have him in the White House now and it will be dangerous to have him the White House, G-d forbid, for the next four years. And you know what’s even scarier?
    Having him as a lame duck.

  • Lawrence kulak

    I think Governor Romney’s new saying should be: “Vote for your Mama over Obama.”
    Now the reason I say this is because in the wake of his decimation in the debate, Obam is now trying to make the race a contest of “who can speak better like a black man”. In oh so subtle tones, Obama is now trying to magically turn his trouncing into something other than that. He recently turned on his African American accent in a rally saying “you can talk down about the economiii” Yeah, there he goes again like he did in 2008. The well coached would be second term neophyte is once again trying to rally his main source of support – his black base into thinking that he is being ‘bullied’ rather than bested by the superior Romney. So he begins to start pronouncing his Y’s like I’s in order to feign a black accent which is easy for him since he is half black. What are we electing, for heaven’s sake, a leader or a chameleon? The answer is the latter, as well as a Black Supremacist.

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