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I'm Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight a pardon me allergy deal here Shepard Smith has the same thing his office is next to mine I think it's a contagious thing but.
-- well muddle through.
A bad week a bad week for Mitt Romney that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo.
Beginning with his reaction to the violence in the Middle East and extending to a secretly taped comments about Americans wanting entitlements the last seven days have not been good for governor Romney.
However polling still shows a very tight race.
A Rasmussen daily tracking poll actually as Romney leading by 14746.
He Associated Press has the president leading by 14746.
And NBC news has a -- Obama up by five.
So despite the national media's disdain for Mitt Romney the election remains very close.
By the way all those polls are among likely voters factors are reporting general pulling this season because it really doesn't matter.
Now many committed Republicans are frustrated -- Mitt Romney they believe he's made far too many mistakes comes across as a remote.
And is on defense rather than offense some of those criticisms of -- certainly the governor has not brought a sense of urgency.
To the campaigns.
And talk -- boys does believe America is in buyout trouble economically.
The directed pres Obama does not believe that and apparently his supporters do not either.
So does that for Romney to illuminate the problem.
He does not use scare tactics he just has these stats as we did here last night the talking points memo.
We just 47 days before the vote it looks like governor Romney will have to persuade the voters she needs to win the election.
By winning the debates there are three of them in October and if the governor does not come across well.
A fascinating part of the election cycle this year is how many Americans continue to believe in Barack Obama.
It's clear that his economic policies haven't worked they might work down the road it's possible but today the situation remains bleak.
So -- -- above the the president you're doing showing emotion you hope.
Things will turn around.
Same thing can be said for Mitt Romney's free marketplace strategy there's no guarantee -- -- but -- is a far stronger economic background and us President Obama.
Yet the race remains deadlocked and that's because both candidates have visible.
We're not talking money here.
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