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Obama Schedule || Thursday, October 18, 2012

9:35 am || Departs White House 11:10 am || Arrives Manchester, new Hampshire 11:55 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Veterans Memorial Park, Manchester 1:05 pm || Departs Manchester 2:10 pm || Arrives New York City 3:30 pm || Tapes an appearance on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” 4:20 pm || Attends a campaign event; Waldorf-Astoria Hotel 7:55 pm || Delivers remarks

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Romney Up Six in New Gallup Poll

The latest Gallup tracking poll puts Romney up by six points, 51-45 percent. And this AFTER Gallup submitted to bullying by Axelrod and changed its methodology. The results are based on a seven day rolling average and do not include interviews done after last night’s debate.

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White House Dossier Transcribes the Debate! Sort of.

This is a very special White House Dossier transcript of the second presidential debate. Please excuse us if it’s not a perfect rendering, but we believe it is basically accurate. ******* Candy Crowley: I want to thank all of you here at Hofstra University for joining us for the second debate between the presidential candidates, Councilman Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. The debate will

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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 17, 2012

9:25 am || Departs White House 10:50 am CT || Arrives Mt. Vernon, Iowa 11:45 am CT || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa 1:55 pm CT || Departs Mt. Vernon, Iowa 4:15 pm || Arrives Athens, Ohio 6:00 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 7:35 pm || Departs Athens, Ohio 9:00 pm ||

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Crowley Lends Support to Obama’s Benghazi Deception

As predicted by many on the right, presidential debate moderator Candy Crowley of CNN Tuesday evening came to the aid of President Obama, lending clear support to his effort to deceptively suggest that he had on Sept. 12 characterized the Sept. 11 attack on the Benghazi consulate as terrorism. Obama noted during the debate that he had referred to the incident as an “act of

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Obama Given Edge Over Romney in Post-Debate Polls

Both the CBS and CNN post-debate snap polls gave President Obama an edge over Gov. Mitt Romney, though Obama’s victory was so narrow it’s not clear whether it will help him make up the drop in the polls that occurred after his disastrous performance in the first debate two weeks ago. CBS found that 37 percent believe Obama won the debate compared to 30 percent

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