Look, I don’t want to — not bore you. That’s not the word. I don’t want to wear anybody out, and I don’t know what the fatigue factor is. I hear people talking about they just want this election over. People in Ohio, Virginia, Florida, just want this election over. I think it’s the Obama people who want this election over. I mean, I want the election to happen, but I’m not tired of this. I could sit here every day telling people the truth about this country. I could sit here every day telling you what I fear if Obama’s reelected, until everybody agreed with me, until everybody heard me. I am not worn out defending this country. I’m not worn out informing people about the fears that I have in regard to Obama and the Democrat Party.

I want the election over because I want to win it. I want to start moving forward. I want to stop this regression that we’re in, economic recession, this silly transformation of America that Obama has undertaken. We want to get busy and start reversing this. But I hear in the media, CNN today, “Well, you know, people are really getting tired of the election.” I don’t doubt that there are people tired of the election. I think the people that mostly want this all done with and over with are people who are probably more aligned with Obama, and that’s ’cause they’re not feeling good about it. The polls are out, Rasmussen’s out today, it’s a dead heat, 48-48. Yesterday it was Romney up two. So there’s not one pollster out there sticking his neck out, not one.

The only thing that you can say about these polls is that in none of them is Obama at 50. And that matters. When the incumbent is not at 50, I mean, that’s a rule of thumb. So is the rule of thumb about he who wins independents wins the election. I don’t care what the overall result is, in all the polls it’s Romney up, for the most part, double digits. Not in all, but in many of them double digits in independents. The enthusiasm and the momentum, there’s no question where it is. It is for Romney. Just this morning Obama was in Hilliard, Ohio. It’s outside a larger city in Ohio, and the crowd was a measly 2,800, for the president of the United States on the last weekend before Election Day. The fire department told Fox News, 2,800 people, so they asked the campaign about this.

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