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Panicked Media Declaring "GOP Civil War"

Selek Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 10:22 PM
Panicked is right. Obama was supposed to have been immaculated almost without opposition (just like him first go-round with McCain). He and his RESENT the idea that he had to actually campaign this time around and are panicked that he might actually lose. They bought both their own hype about Obama and their smears about Romney. Unfortunately, Romney declined to play the cartoon villain- and the American people have failed to drink the Kool-aid. The jig is up- and the media are in full blown panic as a result.
Normal Frank Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 10:27 PM
Exactly right. And Obama's resentment that he actually has to campaign (and be subject to the unwashed masses via an election) is why he comes across as angry all the time. And that's where terminology such as "revenge" is uttered so easily from his lips.
With many in the mainstream media predicting a decisive victory for President Obama and Democrats all over the country, some are now writing pre-emptive obituaries for the Republican Party.

Politico's Jonathan Martin has one such piece called "The looming GOP civil war - whether Mitt wins or not." Such hysterics include:

Regardless of whether Romney wins or loses, Republicans must move to confront its demographic crisis. The GOP coalition is undergirded by a shrinking population of older white conservative men from the countryside, while the Democrats rely on an ascendant bloc of minorities, moderate women and...