Some pundits have put it in the bag. They figure Obama has the election won, and all the rest is nothing more than window dressing. Others can’t for the life of them figure out how Obama could possibly win this election considering the economy as it is. Oh yeah, Romney has this election tied up nice and pretty. Well, Dear reader, I am not the least ready to call this election. Not yet. Even if some pulls do show Romney and Obama neck and neck.
Only problem is, we are not in the Home Stretch. Not yet. In short, this election is not over, not by a long shot. The Liberal Media is pulling out all the stops to make everyone think that President Obama is surging ahead. Regardless there are Polls that show that this is going to be a close election.
Obama care will do the president in. Well, if that’s the case, then Romney care will do Mr. Romney in as well. Obama was lousy as a commander and chief. Weak, not strong, and leaves us with pie in our eye. He should not apologise for America taking a stance and defending her freedom. Reports just out today counter that position saying that in fact, Mr. Obama has been more aggressive than Bush. I honestly find that one hard to believe, but I will say in the presidents defense, as I am sure he would “Republicans and Mr. Romney are just mad because Obama got Osama!
As for Social Security, if Mr. Obama can convince the electorate that Romney intends on a gradual elimination of the program, he can make it a Cake walk to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. But if Americans fall for the attempted perception that Social Security is not an entitlement program, and that the only entitlements that Republicans want to deal with are Food-stamps and Medicaid, and the voter thus falls for the sucker punch, well, then Romney might win, and the American people deserve what they got then!
According to the Huffington Report, though, the big-ticket issue for the president is the economy. If we see a sudden increase in unemployment in say October, then could spell sudden upset, and that might be the October surprise that Republicans everywhere are looking for.
My fear is that Wall Street will endorse Romney for President, and wait on the sidelines until October and then pull the string, dumping the economy, unemployment goes up and in November Obama goes out! Yepper,! Everything according to plan!
So you see my fellow Pundants, this election is not over. It could be nothing more than a made up smoke screen with the intention of manufacturing a decline in economic activity, increasing unemployment, putting Mr. Obama out the door, and bringing in a stooge who would do just as his pals on Wall Street tell him to do. Then gleaning the economy for what ever is left, before everything goes down the toilet. After that, we blame Obama for all our woes.
Interesting scenario is it not?
Have a great day and as usual…………God Bless America!