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And moving on to the 2000.
Well presidential race it is time for a look at his talking and -- read his breaking down some of the up Fox News poll yet and this is interesting he was talking about the 1980.
Presidential race and rove was -- our Bill O'Reilly.
That there is still enough time in a campaign.
For things to change listen -- best.
If Fox News poll came out and has pres Obama often three key states Florida 4944.
And Virginia 5043.
If that's true and if that holds in the governor lose its correct.
Yeah but you know -- again we have above we have a plethora of polls fuselage of a word you can use in your little daily word games left -- AFC a -- an -- we've got more polls and you can ever imagine you know how many national polls and daily tracking polls have been in the last thirty days.
So you can imagine if -- in the national polls -- state polls we've had.
And we got to be careful about him.
First of all we gotta be careful about reading too much into the polls in mid September of 1980.
Ronald Reagan was trailing Jimmy Carter 44 to forty despite.
Double digit inflation double digit unemployment in double digit interest rates.
In fact by mid October Reagan had dropped one point to 39 and I -- and Carter had risen three points to 47.
And yet as we all know it turned out a big blow out.
Well Dick Morris is also talking this morning and he's responding to the criticism.
That Mitt Romney has faced this week for those comments about the 47%.
Of Americans who aren't likely to vote for him.
Well despite what some are saying Boris says that this could actually work as a positive for the Republican presidential hopeful.
This was not a rough week for Romney the media loves to paint something didn't do it out of proportion and then -- gaps gaps gaps and try to make the story that -- shoring up.
The fact of the matter is at the beginning of this week Romney was still suffering from the democratic ballots by the middle of this week by Monday and Tuesday he had caught up.
And the balance was over.
Now he's finally told the truth about the 47%.
First one with the guts to say it and the media is assuming that's going to be a big negative.
I think it may be a positive.
And inject the issue of welfare and entitlements into this campaign.
And I also feel that the crisis abroad.
Is going to really sap Obama's credibility.
On what had been his strength national security well I'm -- suspect.
I want that.
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