Reason Managing Editor Tim Cavanaugh will discuss his "near-certainty that Mitt Romney will be defeated by Barack Obama in November" today on the Jerry Doyle radio show at 1:30 PM Pacific Time (4:30 PM Eastern).
Possible topics: Are Mitt Romney's modest total-vote numbers a product of non-enthusiasm forMitt Romney himself or non-enthusiasm for the GOP overall?
In fact, since Romney is maintaining his 2008 numbers amid a general decline in votes for every Republican candidate, should we be nice and say he's doing relatively better than he was in 2008?
In fact (2), how do we know even a general decline in Republican voters will hurt Romney at a time when, according to Gallup, the Democrats are hemorrhaging voters too?
How has this topic evolved in the three hours since the last radio spot?
As always, Romnites, Gingrichians, Paulines, Santoreos, Obamabots, Grid Epsilon Irregulars, Copperheads, Nullifiers, Anti-Masonites, Free Soilers and others are urged to join in.
Time: 1:30 PM Pacific Time today (4:30 PM Eastern).
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