"It is not enough to know that there is a shadow government pulling the strings of the visible government- we must also act to expose it, and defeat it!"-Mark Matheny
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
NETWORKS CALL THE RACE FOR OBAMA
World Net Daily November 6, 2012
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan step off the plane in Cleveland, Ohio. (WND photo by Jerome Corsi)
The mainstream media networks have called the race for President Obama, even though the Romney campaign has not conceded Ohio.
Karl Rove referenced the 2000 presidential race when the mainstream media hastily and erroneously called Florida for former Vice President Al Gore., telling Fox News, “We’ve had one instance where something was prematurely called.”
The states called for Romney include: West Virginia, Kansas, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Oklahoma, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, Missouri, Arizona, Idaho, Texas and South Carolina.Romney won the battleground state of North Carolina.
The states called for Obama are: Vermont, Rhode Island, Delaware, Illinois, Minnesota, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, New Mexico, Washington, Hawaii, California, Iowa, Oregon and Washington, D.C. Obama also won the coveted battleground states of Michigan, New Hampshire, Colorado and Pennsylvania.
According to exit polls released by the Associated Press, six out of 10 voters have listed the economy as the top issue this election. Only four in 10 believe the economy is improving, while more said the nation’s financial situation is worsening or stagnating. Only one-quarter of voters say they are better off than four years ago.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, reacting to Obama’s lead, declared, “I just cannot believe, though, that the majority of Americans would believe that incurring more debt is good for our economy, for our children’s future, for job creators. I cannot believe that the majority of Americans would believe that it’s OK not to follow the Constitution and not have a budget. And I can’t believe that the majority of Americans would say it’s OK to rely on foreign sources of energy instead of drilling and mining our own natural resources.”