Joe Trippi is a career Democrat campaign adviser. Here’s a surprising tweet from him:
Now, you need to understand these guys. They are on contract with networks for their expertise and analysis. And so conservative commentators may well say, “Romney is in trouble because” or “If Romney doesn’t do X he’s done” and liberal commentators will do the same thing with Obama. That’s their job and it’s what they’re paid to do. On top of that, if news like this is true, and your side buries its head in the sand and refuses to acknowledge it, how many of you think that that will help your side? In other words, somebody’s got to point this out from the other side and admit it or that side just loses because they refuse to recognize reality and try to come up with a strategy.
The mainstream media has shown that they are SO ideologically in the tank for Obama that just a week ago the narrative was, “This race is done and Obama is going to win.” It was as overwhelming as it was amazing and dishonest.
Now, Rasmussen (THE most accurate national pollster in 2004, 2008 and again in 2010) has three swing state polls out. In its first poll that includes post-debate results, Romney is only down by one in Ohio and he is ahead by one in Virginia. And he is ahead by two in Florida. And you can expect the numbers to improve for Romney at least until Sunday, which will be the first poll to include only post-debate results.
Romney is coming back. Republicans are surging.
And Obama looked like a complete loser who could only look down and smirk in his debate:
Also in – and I have the article here – this: THE most accurate presidential predicting model that has picked eight straight winners and never a loser just updated it’s model. And Romney wins 330-208 in the electoral college on November 6.
And that debate Wednesday night – in which more than 70 million people saw Obama as an empty chair while Mitt Romney looked every bit like the president this nation needs – was absolutely huge.