I promise this is the last of these, because Democrats can't afford to get cocky about the election, but I always love to see the mouth-breathers at Red State get huffy about their candidates. First, Erick Erickson calls for massive, top-down change from the Romney campaign:
Contra Dick Morris, Mitt Romney is not winning this election. At least Mitt Romney is not winning the election right now. Conservatives are obsessing over every poll, the turn out models used, and the media bias that is on ful display. Yes, some of the polling models seem screwy, though we all forget the pollsters apply a secret sauce known only to them on top. Yes, reporters are fully beclowning themselves to get their god-king re-elected. But while we may be focused there, the fact is the Romney campaign isn’t functioning well. Lucky for you and me the election is not today. But something needs to happen in Boston and I am less and less hopeful anything will happen.
And then the commenters get in on the action:
Screw the damned polls! They are rigged!
Even to THINK that Obama could win a second term is bone-chilling! It's like you're tied to the railroad tracks, and watching a high-speed train approaching! If anyone reading this is connected with the Romney campaign, tell him I am *VERY* disappointed with the fervor of his campaign.
Wow, Mr. Electability isn't so electable now. Odd, who would of thunk that one!
He needs to get Gingrich on board...right now. Even Newt's weekly comment section on Human Events is more cohesive and teaching than Romney political ads.
I agree completely with your analysis, Erick! What this campaign needs is FIRE (in more ways than one)!