Even a conservative commentator like George F. Will thinks this election campaign is going Obamas way.”
99% of free republic thinks that way, too.
This is going to be a close election. Obama is vulnerable. He may be re-elected, but if so, it will be a narrow margin.
Ditto if the GOP nominee wins election, it will be close.
Everyone should visit the electoral vote map sites. There are number of them on-line. All of them show Obama solid in states with between 175 to 200 electoral votes. They also show the unknown GOP nominee with about 180 solid electoral votes. There are about 15 battleground states.
270 electoral votes are needed for election.
If you see the battleground states on these maps, such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, etc. you will see that Obama won all of these states last time. And yet now he is vulnerable in many states he carried last time.
Remember too that a re-election campaign is a referendum on the incumbent in a way the previous election couldn’t be. Obama had no record to run on in 2008. Now he does have a record.
Anybody but Obama! Obama is very vulnerable, don’t be fooled. Who cares what George Wimp of ABC thinks. You have to ask yourself what kind of “conservative” voice would any network obviously a part of the liberal-progressive-democrat-media complex keep on their programs for year after year. The answer is one that doesn’t help the conservative cause for one reason or another. PMS-NBC kept Buchannan around as long has he contradicted Bush or the center of mass of conservatives often enough and didn’t do damage to the dem-media complex. Now he is no longer useful to them, buh-bye Pat. Joe Scarborough has to be a complete sell out for them to keep him as the “conservative”, though perhaps he was a fraud before and shows his true colors now.