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October 19, 2012 11:01 pm

Romney Gaining on Obama in Ohio

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Mitt Romney addresses the 2012 GOP convention. Photo: YouTube.

Fox News – Despite a dip in support, Barack Obama retains a narrow 46-43 percent edge over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the Buckeye state.

That’s according to a Fox News poll of Ohio likely voters released Friday.

Obama topped Romney by seven percentage points in Ohio a month ago (49-42 percent).

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  • Lawrence Kulak

    To answer Mel, Mel sorry to say but you sound a little lacking in faith. Lying is the ultimate denial and chanllenge to G-d’s existence, so don’t you think that G-d wants to get involved? Al Gore was also somewhat of a fibber and look what happened to him in 2000. No, G-d is alive and well thank G-d, but if the American public has become so debased (as Obama’s base) then G-d has no choice but let things play out like they will. I don’t make claim to knowing the ways of G-d. But I do know that ‘Jeremiah was a bullfrog’ and that Obama is surrounded by homosexuals including probably his pastor.

  • Lawrence kulak

    TIN SOLDIER AND OBAMAS COMING…..Ohio buckeyes better start singing this verion of the song before they become ‘bullseyes’.

    • Chaya

      Jews, we’re finally on our own.

      Do not place your trust in nobles, nor in mortal man who has not the ability to bring deliverance. When his spirit departs, he returns to his earth; on that very day, his plans come to naught. Fortunate is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope rests upon the Lord his God.

      Tehillim 146

  • Mel

    When one major competitor for the Presidency thinks lying will land him in Heaven, while the other believes it will land him in Hell, how can the playing field be leveled?

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