President Barack Obama is currently ahead of Mitt Romney in the final days of the 2012 election. There is now only two days left and the two candidates are currently neck-and-neck with there being chances of either of them winning. The clock is ticking and anxiety is running high, so it's good news to see the POTUS doing better than his challenger (if only slightly).
This source points out that two battleground states are leaning toward the current POTUSÂ—both Iowa and Florida, though it's still very close. With these states leaning toward Obama, and many others, it's hard to predict a win for Romney, and it's certainly difficult to expect what one or two so-called experts are predicting as a "Romney Landslide."
Maybe what they mean is Romney's going to need a "landslide" or two after he goes home defeated? Seeing as though Mormons aren't supposed to drink, he may just have to settle for a glass of warm milk and a nap.
The GOP hate machine is proving to be a difficult adversary for the President, but hopefully he is successful come Tuesday, and judging by the past 30 years of electoral maps, it looks like he does have that chance. In fact, the electoral map looks very similar to the way it did back when Bush jr. was re-elected, and slightly lower from when Clinton was re-elected.
If you haven't taken advantage of early voting and you are a registered voter, please do not sit this one out. This election is one for the history books and one of the biggest lies you can tell yourself is that your vote doesn't count.
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