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Romney Finds Those Extra 7 States Obama Lost

by James Denison / October 20, 2012 7:43 AM PDT
LOL, this was just too funny in coincidence to not think of Obama looking for 57 states.

Karl Rove's weekly analysis of his updated Electoral Map is here:
"Seven states changed status and strengthened for Mitt Romney after
two weeks of favorable state polling following his impressive
performance in the first presidential debate.
"Montana moved from 'lean' to 'safe' Romney; North Carolina moved
from 'toss up to 'lean' Romney; Ohio, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and
Nevada moved from 'lean' Obama to 'toss up;' and Connecticut shifted
from 'safe' to 'lean' Obama.
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