The liberal media excuse for the close race at this point is that “it was always going to happen.” I don’t think anybody but Dick Morris expected a Romney landslide and it appears to be happening. The debates are changing people’s minds and Obama isn’t going after anybody but liberals.
Just two weeks ago the Right Wing Media and Talk Radio were all screaming about a left wing conspiracy to control the polls. And in a sense they were right. They over sampled democrats and used 2008 enthusiasm! Now that enthusiasm for Obama is gone and is on Romney’s side. Some of those democrats are changing their minds about King Obama!
Two weeks ago, Romney was worried that he might not win the election. Last week he was worried about seemingly the only swing state left Ohio. After a few days of campaigning and growing crowd sizes plus renewed Romney enthusiasm after winning the first debate, Ohioans tell Romney that he’s got the edge in that state. (Not to mention that Ohio’s controversial early voting law is now in effect, which could mess up THE ENTIRE ELECTION-Most predict Obama favor but is it?)
Dick Morris always believed Romney will win by a long shot and all the media laughed at him, but he turned out to be right on everything so far. He has recently been very optimistic about certain states that Romney should go visit now that he has the swing states all wrapped up. On his checklist for the Romney campaign to check out are: Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and even New Jersey!!! Morris says Romney has a good chance to win all these states especially if he goes and visits them one more time before the election!!!
Onto Karl Rove’s map, which was just updated this past Monday and keeping with Morris’ expectations. I saw MORE states that are never talked about but which should be and could be in Romney’s sights. These states include: Oregon, Michigan, Maine, and even Massachusetts and California!!! Do you see any of these states in play?
Illinois Republicans are also driving Romney’s message across the state and they hope to beat the Chicago Machine in 2012. (But they know it’s a long shot