Skip to comments.It's Over
Posted on 09/28/2012 4:15:26 AM PDT by Flotsam_Jetsome
Give up -- Barack Obama has won. With the election only weeks away, it is clear from recent swing state polling that Mitt Romney has lost this election. According to the Quinnipiac numbers, in the battleground states of Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania, the president is ahead by 10%, 9% and 12%, respectively.
Romney can't win. Just ask any journalist or newscasters. He is toast -- stick a fork in him.
If anything, the closer we get to Election Day, the more apparent it is that Obama is not only losing, but losing big. The Obama campaign, and by "campaign" I mean members of the media and polling organizations, is trying to convince prospective Romney voters to believe that all is lost -- in which case, they hope, we will stay home.
But just because they say so, that doesn't make it true.
Everyone knew from the outset that Obama, with his sad record of continuous failure on almost every front, was going to air out his inner bitterness and envy, and campaign negatively. But did anyone suspect that his sole hope for victory would rest on trying to suppress the vote of his opponent with naked media bias and polling -- most of which assumes a higher Democrat turnout than in 2008, when the electorate, many Republicans included, swallowed whole Obama's vision of "hope and change"?
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
I wonder, does observation of widespread poll-rigging and a sycophantic Fourth Estate cum Fifth Column qualify as a nut-job conspiracy theory?
they are back to neck and neck in some polls but now FOX had a 5 point spread yeasterday for Obama..Are POLLS useless?wonder what the spread will be when the movie comes out..how much did it cost us to povide informants on the set.
A World Net Daily article has Tom Smith just 3 points behind Bob Casey and a Western Center for Journalism has a article saying : Why Tom Smiths Campaign Is A Sign Of Trouble For Obama In Pennsylvania.
Keep in mind that these media conglomerates all have a vested interest in promoting readership and viewership in this election season. It’s like the NFL trying to fabricate “parity” to avoid the blowout games that used to drive down fan interest in the Super Bowl. These polls would show a neck-and-neck race between Romney and Obama even if one of them had announced that he’s dropping out of the race.
Bork Obunga is no better than 46% in Rasmussen over the past two days and he is facing three nationally televised debates in which he will be giving away 40 IQ points. If I had to bet the thing, my money would be on Romney.
Well, we’ve got to find a new nut-job conspiracy theory and yours is as good as any.
Recently the CIA, FBI, SS and so on have shown themselves to be pathetic and inept, so old theories involving them must be abandoned.
I wish none of us would vote early. We should all show up in person on election day and vote in person. I don't trust absentee ballots or early voting at all. Too easy for absentee ballots to be doctored or just thrown out in the trash. With early voting, we are tipping our hand and showing the Democrats how many votes they need to steal.
I've read on other threads on how during the 2008 election, postal workers (who are unionized and overwhelmingly vote Democrat) would find ways for absentee ballots to not be delivered if they were originating from Republican strongholds or military bases overseas. I hope those stories are just Internet legends but unfortunately they are very believable and I would not put it past the current Administration in power to carry out fraud on a massive scale if that it what it took for them to hold power.
According to the newsers ... whom you can always trust ... we're winning!!!
good read,to pass around to friends,family.Just incase they are being psyched out by the MSM
Thanks for the heads-up on that.
I understand your sentiment, but as I'm currently overseas with the Navy, my options are limited. I can say that I Emailed a scanned copy of my ballot to my county recorder's office and received back an acknowledgement of receipt for my ballot, including the name of the person who received it.
The polling firms are not interested in credibility. They seek relevance to the liberal media’s desire to paint this as a horse-race.
The liberal media is in survival mode. If the truth were told, that this race has been over since the 2010 mid-terms, then what they desperately need-readers, viewers, and political ad buys-would not be there for them.
“media conglomerates all have a vested interest in promoting readership and viewership in this election season”
I agree that this is a major factor in the media strategy.
But he'll gain the equivilent of 80 IQ points because of the "home field advantage."
Lehrer to Romney: President Obama has been working hard over the last four years with some success to fix the economy that Republican President Bush nearly destroyed after stealing the election from our beloved Nobel Peace Prize Winner Al Gore. If you are elected President, what is the first step that you will take to prosecute Bush for economic crimes against humanity?
Lehrer to Obama: You and Michelle are obviously very much in love. How oftern do you think about her during the average day?
If the Fox Poll ever showed Romney up, BOR would have no show. His entire show is promoting any and all polls, and he could care less if they are slanted toward democrats.