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Huge Problem for Obama With Two Weeks to Go: More Polls Say GOP Ahead

With virtually every single major poll now showing Obama trailing Romney Nationwide by anywhere from 1 % to 8 % and now even including liberal bastions like CBS and NBC, optimism for Romney/Republican VICTORY just 2 short weeks away now gives growing hope for REAL change.

See this morning's - Wednesday, October 24 San Francisco Chronicle - on how critical youth oriented public mother loads like Facebook and Twitter among others that were a huge resource for Obama are all showing that same vote bonanza drying up for Obama. Even the liberal bastion SF Chronicle is now saying "more bad news for Obama."

When you include the almost shocking turnaround from Obama to Romney in numerous critical swing state polls, the news grows brighter yet. Stunners (to the mainstream media anyways) like Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, Nevada and New Hampshire are swinging moderately to solidly for Romney and are now suddenly secure. Recent Obama "lock ins" like Colorado, New Mexico, Virginia and Iowa moving to toss-up, I imagine the liberals must be in panic mode.

The Obama stumble and trip, First Debate debacle took its toll on him. The virtually "guaranteed rebound" has not materialized. With the debates all behind us now, and many millions spent by liberal special interest groups and unions not budging the meter, hope springs eternal for republicans.

Let's all of us each continue to do our part whatever way we can - only two weeks left - we can carry the day and Mitt Romney into the White House. Be it phoning, skype, letters to editors or visibility or any little last donation of whatever size we are comfortable with.

Mitt Romney's popularity is rising, Obama's is stagnant and falling. Hope and change of the real kind are in the air.

Ken Hodges,
Teacher,
Walnut Creek, CA

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