Overall, I can honestly say that the pieces are set on the chessboard for a Romney win. I could be wrong but things seem to be playing themselves out for him to win. I've noticed that ever since June 3rd of this month, the mainstream media has started intensifying their anti-Obama discussions. The ever brilliant historian Webster Tarpley has openly stated that the Bilderberg group, or at least a contingent of their group does not want a second Obama term. The push for Romney is all the more evident as the "Fast and Furious," the immigration rule and Obamacare, which the Supreme Court will rule on this Thursday are snowballing into hot-button issues that may galvanize the Republicans to vote for Romney in droves. Kudlow has become an anti-Obama show.
Personally, as someone who hates this Finance job market, new blood in the White House is what this country needs. We need someone who understands Finance/business in office. From talking to people in Finance, the return to progress will take place with a new regime that will work with business and not against it. Pseudo-anger towards the "top 1 percent" will only serve to alienate those that people in the US depend on to get a job. Plus, there needs to be a greater incentive to hire in the US across all industries, especially in Finance. We need stronger tax incentives, less obnoxious regulation - (I can barely buy a client a card without compliance up my ass) and a pro-business regime that will be supportive of capitalism, not socialism.
Not to mention the fact that almost half of the country's GDP comes from Finance.
Where's ANT when you need him?