Sen. Paul: "The election is over"
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky thinks the Presidential election has already been decided:
“You know, I think — I’m in the minority here, but I think the election is over,” said Paul, who was on to promote his new book Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds. “I think that Romney has already won,” Paul continued. “The people really are tired of the debt. They’re tired of irresponsible leadership. I think they’re tired of having 23 million people out of work. So, I think you’ll find — and this is my prediction, and of course, I could be wrong. I am fallible.”
Read more: The Daily Caller
Meanwhile, Covington native and conservative activist Gary Bauer had this to say about President Obama's supporters:
After his speech, Bauer told TPM “voter fraud is rampant in urban areas” and he expected that to help Obama.
Bauer also told TPM that “there are a lot of people who will vote this November because they depend on government largesse,” meaning checks from Washington. He expects those voters to go Obama as well.
“They will vote for their own perceived interests, which is they don’t want anybody cutting back the size of the checks,” Bauer said.
Full story with video: Talking Points Memo
PHOTO: Sen. Rand Paul