• Romney in a landslide?

    "Some Romney advisers sound especially bullish, with one positing that a big win by their side is now more likely than a narrow Obama victory ..."

    That's a quote from a Time Magazine article saying Republicans are getting confident this race is theirs.

    Let's cut through it: This election isn't going to be a landslide in either direction, and nothing is even close to being over.

    We're facing a tough political climate and an opponent who will stoop as low as he needs to—backed by a billion dollars pledged in outside-group spending.

    Just a few days ago, one of Romney's allies, billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, wrote a single check for $10 million. For him, and for many of Romney's wealthy donors, that's equivalent to $40 from an American family worth $100,000.

    Here's what I know. Their candidate wants to cut jobs for teachers, firefighters, and police officers. He wants to enshrine discrimination in the Constitution, repeal health reform, and gut Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. Romney is out of touch—he doesn't understand the problems middle-class Americans face, and you can't fix problems you don't understand.

    Team Romney thinks this is already over.

    What do you say about it? Pitch in $3 or more today.

    Let's go win this thing.

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