Romney in a cakewalk

25 Sep

Ok, I know the legacy media is not ever going to say anything positive (or even truthful) about Romney and his chances of winning the Presidency, but don’t believe everything you hear just because it is a “poll”.  Michael Dukakis was up double digits at times. You remember President Dukakis don’t you?  And just a few weeks before the election Carter and Reagan were neck and neck. You remember Carter’s second term don’t you?

This race is close, very close.  The polls you read about daily are within the margin of error.  Obama’s convention bounce is gone, fortunately, and the debates will be critical for Romney and Ryan to win.  However, the widely reported polls are over sampling Democrats, under sampling Republicans and using voter turnout models that will not replicate Obama’s 2008 election. tells the whole story. 

When Romney wins it will, of course, come as a great surprise to the liberals who cannot understand that most people in this country do not want it to go bankrupt, they want a growing economy and want the country defended properly.  

These are tough days for conservatives and Romney is certainly not the most conservative politician whoever ran for office.  He is not running the best campaign, either. But he does talk sensibly about the need for spending restraint, entitlement reform, tax reform and a defense and foreign policy that will actually focus on our safety rather than appeasing terrorists who kill our Ambassadors and violate our territory.  I think the voters will be sensible and put Obama in the unemployment line.

You heard it here first.  Romney in a cakewalk.


Posted by on September 25, 2012 in politics


3 responses to “Romney in a cakewalk

  1. Rick Shaftan

    September 25, 2012 at 5:41 pm

    This is fantasy for people who don’t want to live in the real world. Whenever you hear about “skewed polls” you know the election is over. Is Fox News also in on the “conspiracy”? The reason there are more Democrats in these polls is because they are energized about their candidate, why “our” candidate does everything possible to unmotivate his base by running a shallow, messageless campaign designed to offend no one. Polls reflect who will be voting, not who you wish would be voting.


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