A perfect storm?
Hugh Hewitt blogged some interesting links this morning. If the information is correct, we could see a "perfect storm" in the election booth. According to Hugh, the combination of negative, fear-mongering ads and speeches by the Kerry campaign, blatant attempts at vote fraud, a push to get millions of evangelicals to vote, growth in the black vote for Bush and Democrats concerned about national security could all combine to give Bush the victory.
I've been telling my friends for some time now that I believe this election will be a landslide for Bush. The pollsters are asking the wrong questions of the wrong people. There's a huge number of new registrations taking place as well as dormant voters who are now waking up to the danger of a Kerry presidency. The combination could lead to a Reagan-like landslide for Bush, in less than two weeks.
The aftermath should be intriguing, as the media and the liberals try to figure out what went wrong.
Zell Miller can tell them.