Originally Posted by mnchiefsguy
I would agree with that on its face as well. But ultimately, it is the responsibility of the candidate to get his message across to the voters. And Romney's campaign has not been as successful as one would have hoped so far. It boggles my mind that this election is even close given the performance of the President the last four years.
I think the next two weeks are critical. I am worried about a big Obama bump from the DNC due to the fact that Obama is a very good speech maker, and he also has one of the great speech makers in Bill Clinton as well shilling for him that week.
How much of a bump do you think Obama will get from the DNC?
I have no idea. I agree with you that teleprompted oration is a strength of his though. I look forward to the debates where I think Obama expectations are far higher than they should be. He'd just not that good. In that setting, he's like a mediocre salesman who's trying to sell a flawed product. Romney, on the other hand, has had a lot of practice this year and I think he's improved considerably. Plus he'll have lessor expectations to meet.
“[Cruz] might not be the most fun to have a drink at the bar with, but America needs a designated driver.” - Mica Mosbacher, wife of the late Robert Mosbacher, Secretary of Commerce