I do not take solace in any of this financial blather.
Somewhere in September, Obama will certainly have TONS of cash to pour into his advertising.
I doubt that there will be any meaningful difference in cash between the two campaigns.
Also, there IS going to be some kind of bounce for the O after the Democrat convention.
Defeating him will require a wise choice for VP, a smart strategy to get to 270 EVs, a solid ground game to GOTV, a clear message, and a pile of cash to get that message across.
We must do what is best for America now.
I respectfully disagree, Obama is not remotely going to find the cash he got last time.... He’s been written off, not only by swing voters but big donors. His attacks on Bane and Wall Street and his down right confrontational policies toward capitalism have and will continue to cost him. Don’t think every Democrat is a raging communist.
Obama is going to run deficits this entire campaign, his “War Chest” will slowly dwindle and his numbers will continue to tank.
Just look at this Bane thing, its rediculous.. its having ZERO impact, well zero positive impact for him anyway. Here’s the dirty little secret... The electorate has already made up their mind, Obama’s gone, its been pretty apparent since January that Obama cannot get above low 40s in a national election, and that’s if he runs a perfect campaign, and so far, his campaign is a shambles.
He’s not had 1, not 1 positive or offensive day since it became apparent Romney would indeed be the nominee, even his win at the Supreme Court on ObamaCare didn’t allow him to take a positive and turn the conversation.
This election is nothing more than a referendum on Obama, and its one he’s going to fail miserably. Why? Because he’s been a failure at every measurable level, and his stupid attacks on his opponent are tin eared, many of them cause even more people to reject him than help him. He’s preaching to the choir with his attempted attacks, nothing more.
Obama can’t paing Romney as more extreme than him, and in polling Obama is viewed as extreme by a 2 to 1 margin over Romney.. so his attempts to paing Romney as unacceptable are just wasted breath, and since he can’t run on his record, he just keeps tossing out hot air that doesn’t matter.
The electorate has made up its minds and did so long ago, nothing is going to change that. His attacks are basically falling on deaf ears.. he holds no weight, he’s a national joke, and a political neophyte.