Just say NObama.
The New York Times documents Mittmentum as Obama is still trying to get out his base vote while Romney heads to Pennsylvania and the crucial swing voters:
“First there was quiet. Then came the “super PACs.” Now the candidate is on his way.
In a striking last-minute shift, the Romney campaign has decided to invest its most precious resource — the candidate’s time — in a serious play to win Pennsylvania.
Mr. Romney’s appearance here on Sunday could be a crafty political move to seriously undercut President Obama, or it could be a sign of desperation. Either way, his visit represents the biggest jolt yet in a state that was until recently largely ignored in the race for the White House.
Over the last several days, with polls showing Mr. Obama’s edge in the state narrowing, Republicans have sprung into action and forced the Democrats to spend resources here that could have gone toward more competitive battleground states. [snip]
The super PACs helped create an opening that paved the way for the Romney campaign to start making its move. The campaign has already invested $1 million in television advertising across the state, and on Thursday it bolstered that effort even further with a new round of commercials that will ensure a heavy and continuous presence through Election Day.
Tuesday's the day. I've already voted and mailed it off and am, in fact, now in Georgia for a family function. If you're voting, I hope you're pleased with whomever you decided to go with. We can't control the results because we're only responsible for our own vote. But since we do have responsibility for our own vote, we need to be sure we're pleased with our decision.
You don't owe anyone your vote. That includes someone like me. You don't owe me your vote. You vote the way you want to vote because it's what you feel good about.
What I don't feel good about?
I don't mean me, though certainly I wouldn't win Mother of the Year.
When the stupid story about Abigael Evans began making the news cycle, I didn't say anything hoping it would go away quickly.
Instead it's still around. Here for Peter Grier showing there is no thought at the Christian Science Monitor.
If you do not know, I have no problems with Abby. She's a 4-year-old girl.
She's famous because she has an awful mother.
Yeah, I said it.
Abby was in the car with her mother and they were listening to NPR and, as they got out of the car, the mother noticed Abby was crying.
Instead of hugging her daughter, Mommy Dumb Ass decides to use her cell phone to get it on video. Why you so sad? Because she's tired of hearing about Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney.
NPR doesn't play fair and has slanted the story.
But not only does Mommy Dumb Ass need to be called out for taping her crying daughter instead of hugging her, Mommy Dumb Ass needs to get honest about what's going on.
This wasn't about the media, kids.
You stupid idiots. Mommy Dumb Ass can't shut up. Did you miss that? She's going around saying her daughter thinks Mitt is evil and her daughter loves Bronco.
Did you miss that?
Did you miss that they listen to NPR in the car and the home and that they don't watch TV?
So this 4-year-old's hatred of Mitt Romney was formed where?
Right, from Dumb Ass Mommy.
You don't teach a four-year-old to hate.
Why was the little girl crying?
Because her trashy parents have destroyed her childhood. Because they have talked about the leader of the country in such a way to stress out a four-year-old. Because they've convinced their daughter that if Barack loses this evil man named Mitt will take over.
Peter Grier's a dumb ass but is there not one functioning parent in the press who can explain what the video is really about?
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):