The title of a recently released Al-Jazeera is “US candidates RUSH (?) into final day of campaign” (Web-site/URL: http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2012/11/20121151571067516.html).
“US president Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney LAUNCHED into their final day of campaigning on Monday (November 5, 2012), hours ahead of a close election which polls nonetheless suggest will tip in OBAMA‘s favor”.
“at his Florida rally”, Romney said: “Tomorrow (November 6, 2012), we begin a new tomorrow. This nation is going to begin to change for the better tomorrow (November 6, 2012). YOUR WORK IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE“. This must be MITT ROMNEY‘s version of the community organizer that of course, PRESIDENT OBAMA was early on in his career.
“Obama’s first appearance was at a rally in Madison, Wisconsin, a college town and liberal stronghold“. IS IT? This is the home state of PAUL RYAN, chairman of the House BUDGET Committee and this state has 5 DEMOCRATS and 3 REPUBLICANS in the House (Web-site/URL: http://www.house.gov/representatives/#state_wa) so assuming that people vote along party lines, the vote should be close here. “From there he would travel to Iowa and then to a final event in Ohio. He used his Wisconsin rally to EMPHASIZE THE DIFFERENCES between his philosophy and Romney’s”. “It’s NOT just a choice between two candidates and two parties, it’s a choice between two different visions for AMERICA“. Again we must put COUNTRY before PARTY/POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS and HUMANITY ABOVE ALL. Of course, in REALITY, this is RARELY, IF EVER the case, because POLITICS ALMOST ALWAYS comes into play/is a factor.
Finally, “Stephanie Cutter, the Obama re-election campaign’s deputy manager, told Al Jazeera (that) “it’s a close race” obviously. When asked whether today’s (November 5, 2012) closing arguments will sway voters, Cutter said “we should know early by tomorrow (November 6, 2012) where Ohio stands“. So the Obama campaign ISN’T taking anything for granted.
This is quite a contrast to a recently released Yahoo! article: “In final days of Obama campaign, little drama, plenty of passion—and some dancing” (Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/final-days-obama-campaign-little-drama-plenty-passion-204844612–election.html).