I would expect a ‘conservative columnist’ with an experienced background in national politics to be smart enough to see how much the sands have shifted under the media and look into the sampling data of these contrived polls and the voting models they are using based on the 2008 election rather than the 2010 mid term.
I agree. Romney and Ryan look calm and confident based on their internal polls. Turnout is probably the most difficult thing to predict in any election, but there's no question we will see a strong anti-Obama turnout of Romney voters in this election. Mitt may well end up winning by default, just by being the last man standing who is acceptable to the majority of voters. But I believe he will win.
This writer is forgetting that the United States has become more liberal in the last 25 years and it is more difficult for a Republican to win the White House than it was in 1988 and 2000. The Hispanic percentage of our population increases every year and Hispanic people tend to vote for democrats. Our best response to the increasing percentage of registered democrats is to work really hard to increase the turnout on election day of Republicans and conservative-leaning independents. That's our best strategy, and we need to focus on strong turnout and stop this useless infighting.
posted on 09/22/2012 9:11:48 AM PDT
(...and communism stinks even worse!)
Yes and Romney obviously has more spark than Mccain or Dull for heaven sakes!
posted on 09/22/2012 10:56:54 AM PDT
(" And a new day will dawn for those who stand long, and the forests will echo with laughter"you min)
This guy Don falls into the easily deceived narrative that Romney is underwater and flailing, when in reality it is Obama who is flailing and failing. He doesn't know how to read poll internals which is inexcusable.
posted on 09/22/2012 1:25:38 PM PDT
(The Obama Administration is circling the wagons. But the Truth Indians are using flaming arrows.)
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