Dick Morris: Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Even New Jersey Is in Play (Video)

Dick Morris tells Sean Hannity tonight that states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and even New Jersey are in play this year.
“Minnesota is within if four points… And maybe even New Jersey.”

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  • Conservative Ken

    Is anyone else’s gut telling them BLOWOUT.

  • Sasja

    Yep. Mine is.

  • SM-WI

    God bless Dick. He’s been a great cheerleader and analyst!

  • cecil dildine

    Yes….but I don’t want to gloat….and i don’t want false hope…we must stay focused and HUMBLE the work is only started Tea Party should stand for TAXED ENOUGH ALREADY not TIME for EXTRA ANALYSIS or TAKING EXTENDED APPROPRIATIONS, Congress and the White House needs to know WHO sent them there!!! and what we expect

  • Spider

    “Blue” Jersey for Mitt?

    Not so crazy. This state is home to a lot of the people that make livings supporting the big money Wall Street firms that are being killed by the current administration.

    Its always about jobs, and Jersey needs jobs like everybody else.

  • Mari

    Dems r going to spill their “BigBird” sippy cups!!

  • Amash

    While I believe Romney’s performance helped raise his polls numbers, I also believe these polls tried to skew their results for Obama. Now, closer to the election, these pollsters don’t want to look like fools when Romney wins so they are polling without giving huge Democratic advantages.
    I also believe Romney will win big. He’ll have to so that the Dems don’t steal the election with fraud.

  • well now

    I’m going out on a limb here,but judging by the people I talk to and I talk to a lot of people-I think New York State is in play also. The city most likely will go for Obama, though Staten island went for McCain in08 I do’nt think that will change, but if the Upstate turnout is high for Romney it’s going to be tight.
    People think all of NY is the 5 boroughs. It’s not. It’s a big state.

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  • jb books

    I do not want to get too ahead of things, but I smell a drubbing.

  • donh

    I was in PA last weekend. I saw the number of Romney signs in places around Allentown. Then there is a wide vein of territory from Scranton to Harrisburg that is solid coal mining economy. Obama is relying entirely on Philadelphia and the government workers who live in surrounding suburbs. If its a cold rainy day in Phily Nov 6 , the 47% won’t come outside.

  • http://astuteblogger.blogspot.com/ reliapundit

    if the gotv effort by priebus is all it’s cracked up to be then we will win in a landslide.

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    like i said, she’ll “swallow”..


  • American Daughter

    You mean even the folks, the liberal folks in New Jersey, actually do have some common sense?

    I’ll only believe it when I see it. MA, NY, NJ, DE, NH, CT. These were part of the original 13. What incredible disappointments you have become in upholding the very idea of throwing off the yoke of tyranny. Geo. III may be gone, but you’ve invited in his place liberalism and collectivism to the nth degree.

  • Spider

    well now, I live in Orange County (hour or so north of NYC). We went for Obama in ’08 51-48. This year we will reverse that in Mitt’s favor. In ’10 we threw out an ultra leftist congressman and elected Republican Nan Hayworth. I see a big upstate swing to Mitt as very likely.

    But the Buffalo, Rochester, and Albany counties will still go to Obama. Maybe by smaller percentages than ’08, but still blue.

    Obama won NYC by such an overwhelming amount over McCain that I can’t see that changing enough to help Mitt.

    But, boy is it great to even be talking about it!!

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    October 15, 2012

    Swing States poll: Women push Romney into lead

    [In the swing states, the power of women

    A new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll of the Swing States shows Mitt
    Romney with a lead among likely voters as he strengthens his
    standing with women in the nation’s top battlegrounds.]


  • Patriot Girl

    Amen, American Daughter! I have never understood this phenomenon. With all the history and reminders of the birth of our great nation, I would think it easy to stay true to the US’s original values.

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    OT.. (not really)

    powerful write up, whether you agree with some,
    all, or none of it, hope you read it in it’s entirety..

    by Ezili Dantò

    The author supported Obama in 2008, for the sake of Haiti, the U.S. and the world. But no more. “Under the Obama tenure, indefinite military detention of U.S. citizens is lawful in the land of the free and the brave and Haitians are saddled with George Bush and Bill Clinton.” When a duopoly rules, voting is a sham. “Susan Rice takes over the role Colin Powell played for the Bushes while Cheryl Mills is out there pushing the Duvalierist agenda in Haiti previously championed by Bill Clinton’s commerce secretary, the late Ron Brown.”

    Not Voting for Obama: We’re Not Even
    Buying a Voting Ticket to the Show

    [We wrote then our dissent. “Give us a 100 right-wing Republicans to
    face any day. Keep the namby pamby Democrats or progressive left
    selling their constituents out in the name of some mythical, so-called
    bipartisanship. They are the worst and most dangerous enablers of
    neoliberal globalization masturbating on the poor’s imposed pain,
    poverty and suffering.”


    Obama betrayed the American voters who expected he would not
    gut the US Constitution. But he has. And, some of us here at HLLN
    are lawyers.

    This writer herself is a member of two US State bars where the oath I made was to protect the US Constitution. Moreover, as a born-Haitian who spent what seems a lifetime advocating against the US destruction of legitimate elections in Haiti, against the US and the wealthy’s support of apartheid and ethnocide in Haiti; against US destruction of the 1987 Haiti Constitution with illegal US regime changes in Haiti; as an advocate who has had to deal with the poor Haitians’ indiscriminate INDEFINITE DETENTION simply because the US and Haiti’s repugnant undemocratic forces suspect these poor voted and supported Lavalas, I find NOTHING redeeming about the Constitutional lawyer, named Barrack Obama. ]


  • Bob

    Just go vote and make sure you get a few others.