There is zero chance of Romney losing the conservative base. Whomever teh republican nomiee was going to be the conservatives will turn out. As I told you many months ago Mufasa, the there is a deep, deep hatred of Obama from the far right. And it has to do with one thing, his left wing policies. National health care, raising taxes, and threatening to not continue the Bush tax cuts for all Americans.
It there is one thing Romney can be sure of it’s that the conservative base will turn out for him in record numbers. But, as I said in a different thread, Romney still has to play near perferct ball to win the election. And that is because of the MSLM. Any gaffe whatsoever will be lept upon by the liberal media and used to beat him into the ground. Not so much if they thing their man is going to win, but as soon as the polls turn for Romney by 6-8 pts. That’s when the press will panic thinking that they golden child might be sent into retirement - That’s when they’ll be the most dangerous.
One more point, TB mentioned that the Obama people are awful this year compared to 08’, I’m not so sure. Currently they’ve changed the subject from a horrible economy which Obama owns to Bain Capital. Prior to that they were talking about an incident where Romney was allegedly involved in bullying as a teen. To us in the know this looks pathetic. However, it is a very clever way to pull in their base and also not talk about the economy. They seem to go from relatively insignificant topic to topic, and the lap dogs in the media are putting it on the front page.
The Romney people need to swing the conversation back to the economy where he wins big!
If they do this they win, if they are defending Romney’s days at Bain Capital, or his Mormonism after Labor Day, Obama wins.[/quote]
The economy is always in the MSLM. Even as the main headline its forgettable since its reported on so much.[/quote]
I agree, but Obama is not always blamed for it as he should be. If you notice the MSLM are putting out articles about the nasty old republicans in Congress. Yet, when things went bad when Bush was President it was all his fault you never read a word about Congress.