The exit polls were probably wrong on Obama by at least as much as they were wrong on Walker. Romney (yuck! Is that really the best the GOP could do???) should consider WI in play and campaign hard there. Florida, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin are all worth trying for too. Besides the fact that even Romney might win most or all of those states, contesting them seriously will force Obama to defend a lot of territory that he carried four years ago and make him weaker in the most competitive swing states.
Bozo will not take North Carolina.
Which category WI falls in is not entirely clear, but I suspect it is indeed in play.
You're exactly correct. Someone from the Romney campaign should've paid more attention to what was happening and seeing the Walker win last night, should've made damn' sure Romney was in Wisconsin this morning standing side by side with Walker.
The fact that Romney's campaign isn't that "on the ball" with what's happening and Romney himself isn't on the ground in Wisconsin this morning speaks volumes to his campaign staff's ineptness.
BTW: KUDOS to my friends north of the Cheddar Curtain from a poor FIB stuck here in the People's Socialist RepubliK of the Sick and Illannoyed. Well done!!!