Saturday, December 1, 2012

Here's Why Romney Thought He Was Going to Win

Image from source, The New Republic
It's still a little mind-blowing that Mitt Romney was so certain he was going to win, that he didn't even bother to write a concession speech. I still haven't figured out why people snowed by the self-contained bubble of FOX "News" and talk radio are still clinging to them, even though they were so misled by them. But Romney shouldn't have been in that bubble. As the candidate, we expected him to have real talent helping him with his campaign, not bubble-dwellers and yes-men. But there you go.

So, what exactly went wrong? Here's a hint. I'm still hoping there's a movie.


Exclusive: The Internal Polls That Made Mitt Romney Think He'd Win

It’s no secret that the Romney campaign believed it was headed for victory on Election Day. A handful of outlets have reported that Team Romney’s internal polling showed North Carolina, Florida, and Virginia moving safely into his column and that it put him ahead in a few other swing states. When combined with Ohio, where the internal polling had him close, Romney was on track to secure all the electoral votes he needed to win the White House. . .

Read more at: The New Republic

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