Gallup is pretty useless, as far as I'm concerned. Their polling is consistently different from the other pollsters and they were one of the most inaccurate in 2008. I wouldn't give much weight to their results.
The funny thing is you wouldn't say that if Gallup had Obama up by seven points. You're so consistently dishonest. The aggregate of the polls, as far as RCP is concerned, is Romney up by just under a point - this bodes badly for Obama considering the Democrats typically dominate the two most populous states. More importantly, Romney's leading in key swing states, and RCP's electoral college has it with Romney at 206 and Obama as 201.
Either way, we'll find out on November 6. The funny thing is how drastically the narrative has changed from one of an inevitable Obama reelection, parroted by non-thinking drones like yourself, to one of panic.
Did your self-loathing increase once you realised that you had passed the point in life to get married and raise a family? All you do is project venom onto others, and it's clearly rooted in self-hatred. It's not my fault that you didn't accomplish what you wanted in life and ended up eternally lonely and bitter. The good news is perhaps you can serve as a cautionary tale to others about what it's like to never grow up; you and BlackDog can do a tour of university campuses entitled, "Don't End Up Like Us - Eternal Manboys".
"The blockade of Gaza continues to violate international law, the experts concluded"
Ridiculous to base any position on any 'experts'. Experts have agendas. You can find an expert to support any position. I am declaring myself an expert, or pundit, or maven on the subject having read extensively and weighed all the actors. I declare the blockade legal by Israel.
I also, with te same credentials, declare as an expert,that Bud is biased and would not accept the truth on anything that would defend even ONE Israeli. (Qualifier; Israeli JEW.)
Yeah, Navi Pillay, Richard Falk,and Louise Arbour are TOTALLY reliable "experts".
I think people are putting the wrong spin on what Mourdock said.
Of course, we're supposed to look the other way when Obama supports legislation that virtually legalises infanticide. Nevermind the fact that Obama is actually the president and nobody has ever heard of Mourdock until today. Most folks fall somewhere in the middle of the abortion question, wanting certain limits on access to it without removing it completely.