Saturday, October 27, 2012

Charles Cook: If Obama Loses, Blame the Debates

The National Journal reports:
Before the first presidential debate, it was easy to say that the face-offs usually don’t matter that much. One had to go back to 1976, 1980, and 1984 to find examples of a debate having a material effect on a presidential election. But that first debate earlier this month—specifically, Mitt Romney’s strong performance and President Obama’s weak one—had an impact that we are still seeing, even after the incumbent “won” the next two debates, if the instant polls are to be believed.
The Establishment's Charlie Cook begins to prepare liberals that there maybe a President Romney.