Here's something I didn't realize: apparently Romney is a rare species of politician. Morgan interviewed Romney a while ago; here's the Q&A:
- Q: Have you ever drunk alcohol?
Q: Have you ever taken drugs? A: No.
Q: Have you ever had an affair? A: No.
Q: Have you ever smoked a cigarette? A: No.
Q: Do you ever use swear words? A: No.
Compare Romney to one of the biggest heroes of the left -- Ted Kennedy. Here's a guy who spent most of his younger years as a drunkard. He abandoned a young woman to drown in the back seat of a car. Leftist heroes and Romney are on opposite poles. It speaks volumes.
On Obama, Morgan says:
- Obama is not a hated figure among most Americans by any means, which is why he may still scrape home. But there’s definitely a distinct disillusionment about his performance, even among many of his diehard supporters.
The great messianic tidal wave of optimism Obama swept in on has been replaced by harsh reality.
- He promised Americans tremendous ‘hope’ and ‘change’ and, frankly, they don’t feel he’s given them much hope, or changed very much.
Also, it must be said than CNN has decided that their survival depends on stepping towards the center. Those of us who have been watching CNN for years know that they have always been far-left, especially during the GWB era. I stopped watching them completely (except for occasional YT clips) because of their Iraq War coverage, which was in full support of the enemies of America, and I believe a lot of people did the same thing. CNN's ratings are so low, they realize that being a socialist megaphone isn't working, so they've swung towards the middle, and left MSNBC to languish on the far left.
If Piers Morgan can picture a Romney presidency without the standard bile and hatred, maybe the undecided voters in America can do the same thing.