Here is video of Gov. Mitt Romney saying America faces big challenges and needs “real change” to meet those challenges. Romney pledged that he and Paul Ryan will bring “real change,” and getting America on the right track to a better future.

Mitt Romney: America Faces Big Challenges and Needs “Real Change” to Get on the Right Track – Video 10/29/12

Here is video of the father of Navy sEAL, Tyrone Woods, who died a hero in the Benghazi Terrorist Attack, giving a pointed message to President Obama on his failure to order assistance for the brave Americans while they were under attack in Benghazi for many hours on September 11, 2012. Mr. Woods said:

“Remember this, Mr. President: My son and the others died heroes, and it’s better to die the death of a hero than to live the life of a coward.”

Father of Navy SEAL who Died a Hero in Benghazi Terrorist Attack has Strong Words for President Obama: “It’s better to die the death of a hero than to live the life of a coward.” – Video 10/28/12

FOX NEWS – Michael Goodwin: Each time I mention that I voted for Barack Obama in 2008, I get a blast from some who didn’t. “How could you be so dumb?” is a typical response to my confession.

It is certainly a confession — of error. Obama fooled me once, but not twice. I’m voting for Mitt Romney Nov. 6th.

To understand why I’m switching, it helps to understand why I backed Obama four years ago. I am a Democrat, but vote as an independent. I see people, not parties, so Obama’s label played no role. . . . Read More

Democrat Columnist who Voted for Obama in 2008 Explains: “Why I am Voting for Mitt Romney” – 10/29/12

With enthusiasm for Mitt Romney surging, a pro-Romney SuperPAC – “Restore Our Future” – is reportedly going up with a $2 million ad buy across the state of Pennsylvania. They are reportedly going to run the above ad that hammers the disastrous Obama Economy:

POLITICO: Mitt Romney’s super PAC, Restore our Future, is launching an 11th-hour ad blitz in Pennsylvania, POLITICO has learned.

ROF is going up Tuesday with a $2.1 million ad buy across every Pennsylvania market, including pricey Philadelphia.

The group will air a spot, “New Normal,” that lashes President Obama on the economy and is already up in other parts of the country.

The late push for Pennsylvania comes as some internal GOP polling has shown the always-elusive Keystone State to be within a few points. . . . Read More

Pro-Romney SuperPAC Going Up with $2 Million Ad Buy in Pennsylvania; Will Run Ad on Obama’s “New Normal” Disastrous Economy – Video

The Tarrance Group’s Ed Goes and Brian Nienaber have written an analysis of the current state of the Presidential Election, and have stated that their “Vote Election Model” indicates Mitt Romney is on course for a 52%-47% victory in the 2012 Presidential Election. They have released an extensive analysis, but here is their concluding paragraph:

. . . In sum, this data indicates this election remains very close on the surface, but the political environment and the composition of the likely electorate favor Governor Romney. These factors come into play with our “vote election model” – which takes into account variables like vote intensity, voters who say they are definite in their vote, and demographics like age and education. In that snapshot of today’s vote model, Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama by five-points – 52% to 47%. While that gap can certainly be closed by the ground game of the Democrats, reports from the field would indicate that not to be the case, and Mitt Romney may well be heading to a decisive victory.

Ed Goes does the Battleground Poll along with Democrat Celinda Lake. Their new poll actually shows Obama leading Romney 49%-48%, but using the internal data from the poll, Goes is projecting that Mitt Romney will win the election. There has been some confusion about that. The poll’s current numbers are Obama up 49%-48%, but Goes’s projection is a Romney Victory. We’ll see in 8 days!

New Election Projection from Tarrance Group’s Ed Goes: Romney 52%, Obama 47%; “Romney may Well be Heading to a Decisive Victory” – 10/29/12

A new Mason-Dixon Poll on the crucial “I-4 Corridor” show finds Gov. Mitt Romney ahead by 6-points in that pivotal part of the state:

New Poll Finds Gov. Mitt Romney Up by Six-Points in Crucial “I-4 Corridor” of Florida – 10/28/12

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Here is a live video feed from The Weather Channel of their coverage as Hurricane Sandy comes ashore on the East Coast of the United States.

Live Video Coverage of Hurricane Sandy as it Comes Ashore on the East Coast of the United States – Live Video 10/29/12

Here is video of Dick Morris explaining – as only he can – the big shift in Party I.D. that Gallup has uncovered in their polling and why that makes such a huge difference. Morris believes it “presages a very significant win” for Mitt Romney. Since many of the polls this year have used the 2008 turnout model of Democrat +7 or greater, this helps explain why there is such a discrepancy between state polls and national polls like Gallup and Rasmussen, that are using a more realistic turnout model for their polling.

Dick Morris has been predicting a big Romney win for nine months. We’ll see in just nine days whether he is right.

Dick Morris Explains 2012 Party I.D. Found in Gallup Polling “Presages a Very Significant Win” for Mitt Romney – Video 10/28/12

Here is video of GOP Vice-Presidential Nominee Paul Ryan urging supporters to pray for fellow Americans in the path of Hurricane Sandy headed for the East Coast of the United States.

Paul Ryan Urges Prayer for Fellow Americans in the Path of Hurricane Sandy – Video 10/28/12

Strong words from former National Security Adviser Bud McFarlane about President Obama and the Benghazi Scandal. McFarlane said it is impossible to think President Obama, who was in the White House as the brave Americans in Benghazi were under attack on September 11, did not know we had military assets that could come to their aid. To have known that and still do nothing, “is dereliction of duty that I have never seen in a President of any Party. Outrageous.”


Former National Security Adviser Bud McFarlane on Obama’s Refusal to Help Americans Under Attack in Benghazi: “Dereliction of Duty that I have Never Seen in a President of any Party. Outrageous” – Video 10/27/12

Here is video of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus on CNN’s “State of the Union” today where he said Americans are talking about “the Economy” and “what happened in Benghazi.” Priebus said President Obama claims he gave a directive to help the Americans under attack in Benghazi, but his own Secretary of Defense – Leon Panetta – says he turned down a request for help when it came to him. Priebus said either Obama is not telling truth about giving such a directive, or Panetta chose to “act as Commander-in-Chief” instead of Obama.

RNC Chair Reince Priebus on Benghazi Scandal: Either Obama is Not Telling the Truth or Defense Secretary Leon Panetta Chose to “Act as Commander-in-Chief” – Video 10/28/12

Here is video of Stephanie Cutter from the Obama Campaign doing her best on ABC News’ “This Week” to put a good spin on the Des Moines Register’s endorsement of Mitt Romney for President. Cutter said “it’s not surprising!” Even though it has been 40 years since the paper has endorsed a Republican for President!

In one way though, she’s right. With the failed record of Barack Obama as President, and nothing but more of the same if he is re-elected, it’s not surprising that any thinking person or newspaper would decide America’s needs a better leader and a better course.

Obama Campaign’s Stephanie Cutter Says “It’s Not Surprising” the Des Moines Register Endorsed Mitt Romney; First Time in 40 Years it has Endorsed a Republican for President – Video 10/28/12

Here is video of journalist and committed Obama supporter, Joe Klein, telling Chris Matthews that Mitt Romney’s message in the closing days of the campaign has “the upper hand.”

Liberal Joe Klein Tells Chris Matthews that Mitt Romney has “the Upper Hand” on Message – Video 10/28/12

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Here is video of Ohio Gov. John Kasich today on “Meet the Press” where he said internal polls show Gov. Mitt Romney ahead in Ohio, and he boldly predicted Romney would win Ohio. Kasich reminded Gregory he has not been saying that up to now, but he believes Romney has the momentum, particularly with Independent voters trending to Romney.

When asked if we would know the outcome of Ohio on Election night, Kasich said he believes we will, and that he’s not sure the election is going to be as close and many people say it will.

Via The Rightnewz

Ohio Gov. John Kasich on “Meet the Press” : Mitt Romney Will Win Ohio; “Internals” show Romney Leading – Video 10/28/12

Great video of Obama supporters being asked how they feel about what are, actually, Obama’s own policies. But they are asked about the policies as if they are not Obama’s. They obviously don’t even know what they are voting for.

Via “We are Change”

Great Video: Obama Supporters Don’t Realize they Don’t Support Obama’s Own Policies

At National Review, Josh Jordan has done an outstanding analysis of what he calls “The Two Polls that have Chicago Terrified.” He is referring to the very extensive polls by Gallup and Rasmussen on the current Party I.D. of U.S. Voters. The results have dramatic implications for the 2012 Presidential Election This is a MUST read:

NATIONAL REVIEW – Josh Jordan: For all of the polls that are flying out almost hourly now, there are two common trends emerging: Mitt Romney is leading independents by healthy margins, and who holds the overall lead is entirely dependent on the party split within the sample. As of last night, Romney has a razor thin lead of eight tenths of a point nationally against an average Democratic partisan advantage of 4.4 points. In 2008, Barack Obama won the election by 7.2 points (52.9–45.7) and Democrats outnumbered Republicans by eight points. Compared to the average today, Obama has dropped eight points while only losing 2.6 points of the turnout advantage. That is due entirely to Romney’s strength with independent voters, and reason enough to sound the alarm in Chicago.

But of all the polls that have been released, there are two polls that will have Team Obama waking up in a cold sweat knowing that if these polls are even somewhat accurate they might be on the other end of a dramatic victory on Election Day: The party-affiliation polls from Gallup and Rasmussen. . . . Read More

If the electorate that actually turns out in 2012 is close to the Gallup and Rasmussen Party I.D., it will explain why the results are so different from much of the polling of the race up till now. Most pollsters have been using turnout models from 2008 when it was a Democrat +7 advantage. If the turnout this year is closer to Even, or slightly GOP+, the results will be dramatically different. It’s going to be fascinating to see how it actually ends up.

Analysis: The Virtually Unspoken Polls that have the Obama Campaign “Terrified” – 10/27/12

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