President Obama today went into human robot mode and ran straight into a major gaffe during his get-out-the-vote event appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, saying the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans was “not optimal.” Well, that’s certainly “affirmative.” After the show, Obama campaign aides immediately escorted the president back to the laboratory where they gave him new batteries
Gov. Mitt Romney has extended his lead in the latest Gallup tracking poll of likely voters to seven points, a sizable number well outside the poll’s margin of error of two points. He now leads 52-45 percent. The polling at the swing state level is closer, and the Obama people go on and on about how Romney can’t win without Ohio, but let’s be clear:
A newly released poll suggests Michigan is up for grabs, with President Obama’s lead over Gov. Mitt Romney at less than 4 points – within the poll’s margin of error – and some 13.5 percent of voters still undecided, according to the Lansing State Journal. With polls tightening up in neighboring Wisconsin and Romney close in Ohio and ahead in Florida, Michigan has become a
First Lady Michelle Obama asked donors Wednesday to “max out” on their contributions, a demand that could amount to nearly $46,000 per person. Mrs. Obama made the offhand request for tens of thousands of dollars during a fundraiser at the opulent 583 Park in New York City. Numerous celebrities were in attendance, including Chris Rock, Sigourney Weaver, Cynthia Nixon, Blair Underwood, Cherry Jones, Sam Waterston, Geena Davis,
Well, White House Dossier readers are pretty unambiguous about who won the debate. In a poll we did from yesterday through this morning, you were clear: Mitt Romney bested the president again. As of 9:30 this morning, with 1,079 votes cast, 871 one of you said Romney won, just over 80 percent. Only 174 votes, or 16 percent, were cast for “It was a tie,”
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