jueves, 14 de junio de 2012

Crece el optimismo en las filas republicanas



Mark Halperin (TIME):

For the second straight week, Republican confidence about Mitt Romney's chances in the November election has surged ... After the humbling, yearlong GOP nomination process, party officials are delighting in President Obama's performance slump and run of bad luck ... Republicans are trying to take advantage of the moment and rattle the opposition with political psyops and name calling. ("Chicago needs a shrink," says a Republican strategist. "They're lost.") ... 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 and another claiming that normally safe blue states will be in play or already are--Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and perhaps Minnesota, Oregon and New Jersey--threatening Obama's Electoral College edge...