Please don’t believe the “news” coming from the Democrat Cheerleaders in the media when they report on polls.
The Romney-Ryan campaign is not in disarray. Mitt Romney is not short on money, but Obama is. Romney has people like the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson ready to spend “whatever” is necessary to win. Obama burned through $120 million attacking Romney. Has anyone even heard the word “Bain” lately? How about “tax returns”, “he’s a felon”, or “offshore bank accounts” – not one of those words and phrases laid a glove on Romney – and Obama can’t get that $120 million back.
Here are the facts:
Even CNN’s latest streaming pile-of-dung poll found Republican enthusiasm 6 points higher than Democrat enthusiasm. It found that Independent voters favor Romney by 14 points, and this agreed with Carville and Greenberg’s Democracy Corps survey.
For the first time ever, black ministers are telling their parishoners to stay home on Election Day. A May poll in North Carolina – yes PPP – found 20% of blacks ready to vote for Romney over Obama’s gay marriage position. A Georgia Gallup poll in May found the same 20% of blacks ready to vote for Romney. A late August poll in Michigan found that 23% of blacks would vote for Romney, and an unreported NAACP poll in Florida (I have a very reliable source but no link) found 23% of Sunshine State blacks lining up behind Romney.
Catholic support is at 27%, exactly half of what it was in 2008. No Democrat has ever won the presidency while losing the Catholic vote, and Obama isn’t even close.
As per Rasmussen, Republican registration has grown since June and is now at its historic high. At 37.6%, it is 4.3% higher than the Democrat registration, which is less than one point above its lowest point ever.
For prospective, the spread in registration was 1.3 points just before the 2010 election. The spread is more than three times larger now.
Can any one of our “conservative” heroes please stand up and say these things?
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