Can you remember?

when the press and broadcasters touted how close an upcoming November election was to build interest and ratings, rather than trying to get one candidate to concede in September?

13 thoughts on “Can you remember?”

  1. Those candidates being Mitt Romney, Bob Goodlatte and George Allen. The median no longer bothers to deny that they support and promote the liberal candidates.
    Even the liberal bias of WHSV news is evident which shouldn’t be surprising as it was certainly there during the 2008 election campaign.

  2. i am a tv3 news fan and i usually see abc world news too. recently they have had two romney stories every night. number one is romney is a dope. number two is romney is toast. at least they are consistent.

  3. Hey,
    We only have the DNR and the Richmond Times Dispatch. You guys have all the rest. Oh, yeah can’t forget Fox. But, yaw’l are still waaay ahead. Have an extra Romney yard sign if anyone needs it. 🙂

  4. just asking. why would i change my vote based on who the media said was going to win. wouldnt i just go ahead and cast my vote and let the chips fall where they may. thats what i plan to do. even if the polls say it is 99 percent to 1 percent against my candidate.

  5. Unfortunately, not everyone is as informed as you are. Many people don’t understand or care about the issues, don’t care or realize that the national debt has risen 60% under the current administration. They are swayed by media soundbites and celebrity comments. Way too many people just vote for the candidate that promises the most free stuff. This is not a jab at my liberal friends because GOP politicians are just as guilty.
    The media blitz must work or they wouldn’t spend the money.
    Personally, I ignore it all to the best of my ability.

  6. If the GOP politicians are just as guilty (one only need reflect on G.W. Bush) why vote for Romney? Has he REALLY said how he would reduce the national debt?

  7. He probably hasn’t said to a degree that would satisfy democrats, then again nothing he’ll say will please them.
    On the other hand, we have watched the President grow the national debt by 60% so one would have a problem believing he will reverse his policies.
    Are you sure you don’t want my extra Romney yard sign… 🙂

  8. I certainly agree with your first sentence McGill, although I’m not a die hard democrat nor “liberal”. Actually I’m probably more conservative than the average Republican but for the life of me haven’t heard Romney say anything substantive. Look forward to the Wednesday debate. Thank you for the offer of the yard sing. I’ll pass. 🙂

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