Considering the way that Obama has crapped all over Las Vegas during and since his last run for President, it’s bizarre and self-defeating that anyone connected with Casino business would support Obama.
I hope and pray he is correct!!
If, as seems likely but not quite certain, Barack Obama is elected next Tuesday, a key question for public policymaking will be how many Democrats are elected to the Senate.
From his lips to God’s ears.
Prayer warriors, stick with it until the last votes are counted!
I think what will be talked about after this election is not just the over counting of democrats in polls BUT also the under counting of value voters. Value voters such as Evangelical and fiscal conservatives are going to be out in force. Remember what happened with Chick-fil-a this summer? That was all grass roots and that intensity is alive and well today. Both Catholics and Protestants know what a second term for “the chair” will bring. I have not seen these groups this energized in any election since 1980.
I love to watch and listen to Michael Barone. There is plenty going on behind those slowly blinking eyes. Watch carefully. That twitching mouth is anticipating what he is about to say. What he usually says reveals his genius. I believe he is correct this year. Romney will win and it will not be all that close.
From all I’ve read, Barone is as good as it gets when it comes to election analysis.
I’ll go a little further. Romney=332 EV.
Having said that, I think he may be wrong on Nevada...
My biggest concerns at this time is how Sandy will affect the election, and what depth the democrats will go to steal the election.
Update on this...the place was jammed: 20k to 30k and people have told me all kinds of people, families with kids notwithstanding the cold. To me, it sounded like Chick-Fil-A all over again.
Barone is great, and I think he may just be right about PA.
I believe George Will predicted about the same.
Make it so!
As you know, virtually every poll has the dems +8 (or thereabouts), but according to Rasmussen, in October the number was actually +5.8 for Republicans, which would mean that the “national polls” are potentially off by close to 14 points:
Romney will win Colorado for sure
Ohio easily Romney
North Carolina easily Romney
Florida easily Romney
Wisconsin leaning Romney but can go either way
NH up for grabs
Maine possibly some Romney Electoral College votes
*****This way I have Mitt Romney winning the Electoral College
BUMP. Michael Barone is the best election analyst out there today.