I said it before. This storm likely saved Obama’s presidency. It got Bengazi and Romney out of the news just in time. And when that ahole Christie sings his praises, those soft undecided types see that and think “Maybe he is a good President after all...”
Settle down...in two days, power will be restored and the news is going to shift back to the election.
A storm is not going to change the fundamentals of this race.
Wow, bring it down a notch here. Obviously none of us know whether some surprising voter response could come out of this weather event, but you basically would need the the independents who Romney appears to be winning (who probably lean a little more conservative anyway) to then SWITCH their intended vote to Obama because “he seems to care about us”. It could happen, but that is what you are calling as fact it would seem.
Get a frigging grip and stop being such a damned weak sister! Better yet take a valium and go to bed!
I guess we didn’t get the memo. We’re supposed to put our heads in the sand like we did in 08.
Another unfulfilled election promise. He told people the sea levels were going to retreat once he was elected. So if he had done what he promised NYC subway system would have been safe. Blame it on
Benghazi wasn’t really having an impact.
Romney will be back in the news later this week when people really make final decisions.
Look, I am a little concerned as well the storm may help him, but even if it does (which I still kind of doubt because I think people are so turned off it will not change minds), it’s not going to save Obama I believe.
We will see.
Christie is doing what he has to do, as well. He can’t come on and attack him without a true problem....that would be put on Romney by the media.