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DiabloViejo
10-02-2012, 10:34 AM
<span style='font-size: 17pt'>Polls Leave Romney Desperate, Targets Enthusiast Groups: Ballet Fans Not Amused</span>
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KENNEBUNKPORT: Bending to the reality of the upcoming election, Mitt Romney has chosen to target enthusiast groups he can relate to. Polling experts believe that he his little to no chance to win support from women, minorities, students or retirees, who constitute 84% of the electorate.

His new approach, an outreach program to Ballet enthusiasts, is a group his campaign managers feel is winnable. “We don’t have much to work with, so we’re going to micro target these elitists,” said campaign manager Karl Rove. “Let’s face it, rich people love other rich people, and we thought it wise to show how Mitt is really trying to win their vote.”

The visual includes Mitt Romney posing with the same look and makeup as Natalie Portman’s character in the movie, Black Swan. The photo shoot took place in Kennebunkport Maine over the weekend.

“I have to say, I was a bit taken aback with the final picture, but if it secures votes from Ballet enthusiasts, I’m all for it,” said candidate Romney.

Annie Leibovitz, the photographer, provided some perspective. “Are you kidding me? He whined the entire time we were on location, bitching about Obama this and Obama that. I told him, shut the fuck up already. This guy needs new advisors, he’s out of his element.”

Ms. Leibovitz is not the only one concerned that Mitt Romney is receiving bad advice. The acclaimed conservative pundit, Peggy Noonan, voiced her concern in her Wall Street Journal blog last week.

During Mitt’s downtime, he is trying out elitist sports and hobbies in preparation for other outreach initiatives. Polo is next on the target list, where fans of the sport will see a similar visual approach.

“As you know, my family’s horse won silver at the Olympics. I’ve been collecting thoroughbred horses since I was a teenager. I hope riding one wins me a gold with voters,” said Mitt Romney.

Esther Rockefeller, an avid Ballet fan, summed up her response to the Black Swan picture and Polo initiative. “I’d advise him to be cautious, the worst thing he could do is look like an ass riding on an ass, but it’s probably too late for that.”

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eg8r
10-02-2012, 10:43 AM
No reason to be desperate...

Batlle remains pretty even (http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/01/battle-for-presidency-remains-close-in-new-cnn-poll/?hpt=hp_t2) <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Washington (CNN) – Two days before the first presidential debate, a new national survey indicates a very close contest between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the race for the White House.

And according to a CNN/ORC International poll, neither candidate appears to have an edge on the economy, which remains the top issue on the minds of Americans and which may dominate Wednesday night's debate on domestic issues in Denver.

– Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker

– Check out the CNN Electoral Map and Calculator and game out your own strategy for November.

Fifty-percent of likely voters questioned in the CNN survey, which was released Monday, say that if the election were held today, they would vote for the president, with 47% saying they would support Romney, the former Massachusetts governor. The president's three point margin is within the poll's sampling error.

Three other national polls of likely voters released in the past 24 hours also indicate a tight race. The other surveys are from ABC News/Washington Post, Politico/George Washington University, and American Research Group. A CNN Poll of Polls which averages all four surveys plus a Fox News poll released late last week puts Obama at 49% and Romney at 46% among likely voters.
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eg8r

DiabloViejo
10-02-2012, 11:47 AM
Desperate? Not at all. No need for you to be humor impaired, after all it's just a spoof. We'll see what's really up on November 6th.

If Obama wins it would be cool if all the Tea Tards decided to pull a Jim Jones Guyana style mass arsenic and kool aid party out of anguish at losing. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif

Gayle in MD
10-02-2012, 01:12 PM
I will definitely supply the Kool Aid!

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Romney has been losing this election since he announced!

Still, some remain in La La Land.

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Gayle in MD
10-02-2012, 01:18 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: DiabloViejo</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><span style='font-size: 17pt'>Polls Leave Romney Desperate, Targets Enthusiast Groups: Ballet Fans Not Amused</span>
The Goose--All The News That's Fit To Spoof (http://thegoose22.wordpress.com/2012/10/01/polls-leave-romney-desperate-targets-enthusiast-groups-ballet-fans-not-amused/)

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/557083_10151067741345885_1099868158_n.jpg

KENNEBUNKPORT: Bending to the reality of the upcoming election, Mitt Romney has chosen to target enthusiast groups he can relate to. Polling experts believe that he his little to no chance to win support from women, minorities, students or retirees, who constitute 84% of the electorate.

His new approach, an outreach program to Ballet enthusiasts, is a group his campaign managers feel is winnable. “We don’t have much to work with, so we’re going to micro target these elitists,” said campaign manager Karl Rove. “Let’s face it, rich people love other rich people, and we thought it wise to show how Mitt is really trying to win their vote.”

The visual includes Mitt Romney posing with the same look and makeup as Natalie Portman’s character in the movie, Black Swan. The photo shoot took place in Kennebunkport Maine over the weekend.

“I have to say, I was a bit taken aback with the final picture, but if it secures votes from Ballet enthusiasts, I’m all for it,” said candidate Romney.

Annie Leibovitz, the photographer, provided some perspective. “Are you kidding me? He whined the entire time we were on location, bitching about Obama this and Obama that. I told him, shut the fuck up already. This guy needs new advisors, he’s out of his element.”

Ms. Leibovitz is not the only one concerned that Mitt Romney is receiving bad advice. The acclaimed conservative pundit, Peggy Noonan, voiced her concern in her Wall Street Journal blog last week.

During Mitt’s downtime, he is trying out elitist sports and hobbies in preparation for other outreach initiatives. Polo is next on the target list, where fans of the sport will see a similar visual approach.

“As you know, my family’s horse won silver at the Olympics. I’ve been collecting thoroughbred horses since I was a teenager. I hope riding one wins me a gold with voters,” said Mitt Romney.

Esther Rockefeller, an avid Ballet fan, summed up her response to the Black Swan picture and Polo initiative. “I’d advise him to be cautious, the worst thing he could do is look like an ass riding on an ass, but it’s probably too late for that.”

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LMAO!

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And he looks so natural! He was made for make-up, and high heels. He has such a dainty walk, doncha think?

No amount of make up can hide that scowling mug! Same thing with Dick Cheney! The Scowl of Repiglican evil and greed!

Seeing the same scowl showing up on Scott Brown's face, these days, and it's always been on Cantor's face.

They are both sliding, BTW!

Hip, Hip, Hooray!

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