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Jim you know you cover ads for political races and we know that there's a line between the campaigns supposedly in the super pac which is run by the former deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton but when you see.
The Obama campaign coming -- saying we didn't know the whole cancer story and then you listen to the conference call.
They weren't listening.
It's a -- day and -- we've been waiting for these moments all year and and we're gonna see more of them and these outside groups.
Walked these campaigns it it you know through the door that has the bucket that -- -- -- their heads.
Or it's more cynical than that but -- you know in terms of just not being coordinated they can't predict what date outside groups are gonna do when they get caught off guard.
Yeah let's talk about the latest polls and it's run.
Quinnipiac CBS news and the New York Times.
Three swing states interesting -- numbers Colorado.
Where you see Mitt Romney has a lead there.
Five points and there you see the plus or minus two point six.
As you look at Virginia.
Present Obama with a four point lead over Mitt Romney and then Wisconsin.
And the president also lead their what did you find -- -- -- poll numbers today.
Well -- partisan terms the horse race numbers Colorado with surprising good Ron you know Romney is looking surprisingly strong there however it is within that margin of error of the poll.
-- what we thought was most interesting was that for all the attacks on Romney in -- working class he has great working class support.
Probably attacks trying to put a -- speech and a -- on women he has great women's support.
We often talk about polls and how they're all they had taken differently.
One look at this polls suggest that -- there was a little bit of a plus democratic.
It does that factor -- I mean that's how we have our pluses and minuses in these polls and you know on the guy who gets it right the muffin and report them out we -- some pollsters who can.
-- has the stats but we have margins of error of plus or minus --
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