A recent survey shows secret romances costs an average of $2,664 over six months. The reason is simple: unlike your wife or your girlfriend, you have to really impress a secret lover who has other options.
A new study finds that more women are marrying dumber men than men are marrying dumber women.
The roles have reversed in the past 4 or 5 decades when men preferred the dumb blond stay-at-home mom types who didn’t question a man’s authority as king of his castle.
But times have changed and now men are stay-at-home mom types and women are kings of their castles.
These are the best of times for shiftless, lazy, girlie men who weren’t raised with a strong father figure who taught them how to be men.
They were raised mainly by man-hating women who transferred their hate onto their sons.
Everyone knows electoral college votes decides the winner of a presidential election.
According to the Gallup poll Mitt Romney leads President Obama by 7 points among “likely voters,” but “according to both Nate Silver and InTrade, President Obama has a better-than-60-percent chance of winning the election.”
Despite Gallup’s numbers, other polls show Obama comfortably in the lead in battleground states such as Iowa that will decide the election.
According to national polls, President Obama is slightly ahead of challenger Mitt Romney among early voters. Obama is under pressure to turn in a sparkling performance in tonight’s 2nd presidential debate. Romney dominated Mr. Obama in the 1st presidential debate. It’s a sure bet that the president won’t take the governor lightly tonight.
The Huffington Post reports that “Obama leads Romney by 59 percent to 31 percent among early voters, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling data compiled in recent weeks.” The lead is small but it is over the 10% measurement of polls’ accuracy.
President Obama’s supporters are having a hard time understanding how the momentum could have swung in Mitt Romney’s direction so swiftly. A national poll shows Romney leading Obama by 4 points among likely voters.
In a post titled “Did Obama just throw the entire election away?,” the Daily Beast writer Andrew Sullivan expressed his dismay that Romney has overtaken Obama in the polls following the president’s shockingly vapid performance during the first presidential debate last week.
“I’ve never seen a candidate this late in the game, so far ahead, just throw in the towel in the way Obama did last week,” wrote the unapologetic Obama crusader.
According to a new Gallop poll out yesterday, President Obama will suffer huge losses in red states no matter who the GOP candidate is.
From the Washington Examiner:
Gallup released their annual state-by-state presidential approval numbers yesterday, and the results should have 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue very worried. If President Obama carries only those states where he had a net positive approval rating in 2011 (e.g. Michigan where he is up 48 percent to 44 percent), Obama would lose the 2012 election to the Republican nominee 323 electoral votes to 215.
My how time flies. Just 3 years ago, black Americans couldn’t get enough of president-elect Barack Obama. And now Americans can’t get enough of black presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Today, new polls show the former pizza maker surging ahead of President Obama and his closest GOP rival Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
Whether Herman Cain’s surge in the polls is temporary or has staying power, he’s enjoying a big enough bounce to take a very slight lead over President Obama in a hypothetical 2012 matchup. At the moment, the Georgia businessman is the only Republican with a lead of any kind over Obama, although former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has held a similar advantage several times and is currently trailing the president by just two points.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters shows Cain attracting 43% support, while Obama earns 41%.
According to Rasmussen Reports, Cain is tied with Romney for the lead in the race for the GOP presidential nomination. Nobody else is even close at the moment.
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