Skip to comments.For Democrats, Itís (Ground) Game Over
Posted on 11/05/2012 6:48:27 PM PST by TigerClaws
The Obama camp has been firing off a number of memos in desperate attempt to convince the media (and themselves) that theyre not losing. What they arent telling you is this isnt 2008; the numbers show were doing much better in early voting, and they are doing much worse. But more importantly we are poised to blow the Obama campaign out on Election Day thanks to a superior GOTV program and a historical GOP Election Day advantage
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We’re definitely seeing more confidence out of the Romney/GOP camp right now.
“But more importantly we are poised to blow the Obama campaign out on Election Day thanks to a superior GOTV program and a historical GOP Election Day advantage”
The folks I have been working with at a certain Romney Victory Center in Ohio have been above-board professional, and the place has been FULL of volunteers for two months, every single day.
Marco Rubio came by Friday afternoon for a short chat, before everybody headed down to West Chester.
I’ll be back in Ohio by 8AM in the morning, so wish us luck!
“In Colorado there are over 26,000 (34%) more high-propensity Republican voters available than high-propensity Democrat voters. In Florida there are 166,000 (21%) more; 85,000 (47%) more in Iowa; and 16,000 (22%) more in Nevada.
And in Ohio, Republicans have 368,000 more high-propensity voters available than Democrats72 percent more, in factand enough to off-set the Obama campaigns most optimistic (and unrealistic) early vote math.”
IOW, Democrats put their first team on the field until halftime and are barely ahead. Now it’s the second half. Democrats only have the scrubs left, while the GOP first team is charging onto the field. It’s going to be a LONG second half for the Democrats.
We’ve been seeing more confidence from the Romney team for awhile.
Look where Mitt is campaigning. In Obama’s territory.
Look at messaging. Obama is still trying to appeal to his base by attacking the Tea Party. Romney is trying to appeal to Americans.
Look at demeanor. Today I saw two short clips on CNN. Romney calm and smiling. Obama shrill and frowning.
We’re going to win this I can feel it.
Democrat operatives are working harder than ever. In fact
this is the biggest nite of the campaign. This is the nite they
gather at various locations around the country to forge ballots
to add as needed to put their candidate over the top in
tightly contested races. Where are these races? What do
read this thread and the accompanying article from the miami herald and it states the same thing; 0 is ahead in early voting yet his numbers are fractional compared to four years ago...
And realistically, you have to ask yourself a question about all of these Democrat early votes:
Just how many of them are actually for Romney?
Hee, hee, hee...
God bless America tomorrow and forever!
Went to work the phones in my hometown Romney campaign office. People were of high spirits. The calls I made when actually talking to people, lots of answering machines, were so positive. People are jazzed to go and vote. I told them to be patient at the polls because the wait could be long. None were concerned, just want to vote for Mitt. It was so exciting to hear!
We are going to win, I feel it. Everyone is working hard and so positive. This is a fight to the finish for sure.
Around five thirty PM my phone rang. It was my young neighbor, 26 years old, he and his new wife I consider to be great blessings bestowed on my wife and me. They moved into the house when my old neighbor moved away. They are 26 years old and are rock solid conservatives, none of this liberal crap for them.
He called to ask me to come and help him bring in a large console he had bought, it was sitting in the back of his pickup which was backed up to the front door. He had another friend of his come to give the two of us a hand, this young guy who is apparently a few years younger than 26 showed up with a very nice looking young woman, I am not sure of the relationship, married or whatever but somehow the topic of the election came up while I was there and I can assure you that there was no liberal sentiment whatsoever in either of these two young couples. They are all promising to go and vote for Mitt Romney tomorrow. I left feeling much better than when I arrived.
It’s a delicious thought, isn’t it?
Chicago thinking that all of these early Democrat votes are votes in the bag for Obama when a goodly proportion of them — especially in Ohio — MUST be for Romney!
It just doesn’t register with them that, due to their own shortsighted policies (gay marriage, healthcare mandates, war on coal, etc.), that their voting bloc coalition is crumbling around them and that many of their 2008 voters are switching sides.
Expect to see real panic on the Midway when they realize that they can only count on a fraction of these Democrat early votes. This is especially true in Ohio, but also a big factor in PA and other states.
Ha, ha, ha.
What a cute photo! Is that baby/pug yours?
Neither, although we had a Pug for 17 years that looked just like that one and he used to babysit all our grandchildren...LOL.
Pugs are adorable and so good with babies and children.
“Pugs are adorable and so good with babies and children.”
Yep. Best dog for kids in the world.