Skip to comments.Beware Crappy Battleground State Reporting in the Wall Street Journal
Posted on 10/13/2012 5:15:42 AM PDT by Perdogg
Neil King in the Wall Street Journal assesses the Battlegrounds following Mitt Romneys post-debate surge. But before we get to that lets get the disclaimers about King out of the way first. He is the opposite of Jon Ralston below. King is a lefty hack who does consistently partisan reporting in what are supposed to be news stories. This one is no different. After President Obama threw up all over himself in the debate and is hemorrhaging support, King writes a piece on the state of the race and every section is a glass-half-empty scenario for Romney despite the overwhelming weight of evidence that Obamas campaign is reeling in the polls, in the news cycle (Benghazi) and in fundraising (he spent 3 days fundraising in California rather than campaigning in mid-October not good). As for positive mentions of Romney, no where is there a mention of the dramatic increases in voter registration in most every state relative to Obamas overwhelming advantage in 2008. I redacted as much of the tripe as I could leaving in some of the factual nuggets but it really is an embarrassingly partisan effort. But thats nothing new for Neil King, Democrat Advocate.
(Excerpt) Read more at battlegroundwatch.com ...
Wow, good analysis of the battleground states Romney needs. PLEASE OHIO come home! Step away from the cliff and come home! We are still a tad behind in that state, but NOTHING is impossible to God...PRAY and pray some more!!
Today’s Rasmussen Poll has R%R up 2% in Ohio with momentum.
2%? Really? I missed that poll. Do you know the internals?
I’m sorry. Romney is up 1% in Ohio Rasmussen Poll with 2% undecided. Posted earlier today on FR.
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