How fun it would be to take a few minutes and comment on the left’s utter degree of panic. I don’t have a few minutes and what would be the use. They will, as they always have, play these sort of games. The liberals, and especially those in media, still actually think they hold influence and people still tune in to be informed. Those days have long passed. Just check the liberal network’s ratings if you didn’t know.
Case in point. Earlier today, NBC/WSJ released their most recent polling that found President Obama enjoying a comfortable 6 percent lead over Romney nationally. I guess that means American’s are finally seeing Romney the way Obama has tried to warn us about.
The problem though is that NBC over sampled Democrats by a margin +11. In other words, the sample collected 46% Democrat to 35% Republican. As Mike Flynn at Big Government points out, “in 2008, the electorate identified as D+7.” In fact, the + 11 margin is completely unhistorical outside of a few exceptions. Rasmussen currently has the partisan landscape at: Republicans 35.4%, Democrats 34.0%, Unaffiliateds 30.5%.
The circus is over and the luster of Obama’s greatness proved to be a joke. All he has is his record. It is doubtful that this election will see a 60% voter turnout as 2004 and 2008 did. And the Democratic advantage over Republicans in voter registration from 2008 has significantly decreased since.
In the meantime, the left must keep hope a live even if it means flat-out lying to do it.