Sean Hannity and Frank Luntz Have a 2012 Campaign Breakdown
The facts and fiction behind political ads and messages -- what’s really resonating with voters?
Plus, how will race and gender issues impact the polls? Sean Hannity and Frank Luntz get answers from experts and insiders, tonight at 9p/12a ET.
Liz Peek wrote an op-ed for FoxNews.com dissecting 'Romney's stilted speech and Obama's tone deaf message.' She writes:
The 2012 presidential race looks to be a squeaker, with both candidates struggling to overcome serious handicaps. Republicans are horrified that Romney has a great story to tell, but can’t seem to get it out there. He is, for sure, no great orator. That puts him at a significant disadvantage to President Obama, who has been known to send thrills traveling up his admirers’ legs.
On the other hand, Mr. Obama, crowd-pleaser extraordinaire, seems to have a hearing problem. Even after a crushing mid-term election, and months and months of tell-all polls, Mr. Obama has clung to policies that voters don’t like. He seems to think they just haven’t heard him properly – and if he keeps repeating the virtues of ObamaCare, for instance, the electorate will come around.
It’s quite a match-up; at the moment the race is a dead heat.