posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 11:50 AM
I am absolutely LOVING the desperation I am seeing out of the Left at this point. For months, all I heard was "Obama has this in the bag. No
Republican will even come CLOSE to beating him. It will be like the '84 Reagan v. Mondale election all over again, but a sea of blue this time!"
Then, the primaries happened, and the tune changed to "Oh, well, yeah Romney has some momentum, but Obama will easily garner as many, if not more,
electoral votes than he did in '08."
Now, that we are 72 hours from the election, the desperation is finally settling in. Now that they see that it isn't a done-deal for Obama, all they
can do is scream about Romney in the hopes that they will get the validation they so desperately seek.
The difference between Romney and Obama supporters, at this stage of the game, is simple to spot. Romney supporters know, and acknowledge, that this
election is a toss-up. They are encouraging their supporters and base to get out and vote. Obama supporters, on the other hand, are foaming at the
mouth with hatred and venom over anyone, or any media outlet, who dares not support their Messiah-in-Chief.
One thing I've learned over my lifetime is that the more verbally violent and angry the left seems to get, the more they rail against the right and
the GOP, the more moral superiority they try to cram down everyone's throats, the more their media outlets lambaste a candidate, the more scared they
Face, Obamaniacs, your god doesn't have this election in the bag.
Sure, he may win. And, if he does, I will give him the benefit of the doubt and see if he can pull off in 8 years what he promised, and failed to do,
in 4. But, he may lose. And, if he does lose, I will give Romney the benefit of the doubt and see if he can deliver on the campaign promises he has