Cracks in the “Blue Wall.”

Cracks in the “Blue Wall.”

It's heartburn time for the Obama campaign. That's because the "Blue Wall," states that formed a protective barrier surrounding safe Obama campaign Electoral College votes, has begun to crumble.

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Two men revealed.

Two men revealed.

For many, the first presidential debate marked the first opportunity to actually see President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney outside the hyper-controlled environments of campaign appearances, television ads or condensed, sound-bite media coverage. What they saw was revealing.

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It ain’t over. (But the fat lady is warming up.)

It ain’t over. (But the fat lady <em>is</em> warming up.)

If you believe the polls, MItt Romney has lost the election. But there is reason to doubt the polls and there is reason to believe that the experience of 2008 does not necessarily apply to 2012.

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Advantage Romney.

Advantage Romney.

When I walked out of the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul in 2008, I knew in my gut that John McCain was going to lose. Walking out of the Tamp Bay Times Forum Thursday night, that same gut tells me that Mitt Romney is going to win.

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Hillary will never be VP.

Hillary will never be VP.

According to reports, which, though having a very strong air of credibility to them cannot be absolutely confirmed, President Obama offered Hillary Clinton the number two position on the ticket in place of the hapless Joe Biden. There's no chance Hillary would have ever accepted.

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The Ryan pick.

The Ryan pick.

Paul Ryan is young, good looking, smart, articulate and conservative. That combination will likely prove troublesome to Team Obama in the next three months.

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