Liz Arnet reminded us about Bush predicting where he'd win in 2004.
Brokaw: "Four years ago, I interviewed President Bush at a time when it looked like he may be in trouble against John Kerry — the final weekend of the campaign. I showed him a map. He said, 'Oh, I just don't do that. Karl Rove does that.' As soon as the interview was over, he said, 'I'll win here,' and pointed to southeastern Ohio. Where will you win, if you win?Now Romney's doing the same thing. And given the election fraud news coming out of Florida, there may be reason to worry about a repeat.
Romney's "Little Secret" - Predicts he'll win in Pennsylvania.Why was Bush so confident about Ohio? Why is Romney so confident about Pennsylvania? As is typically the case with our questionable election system in this country, we'll probably have to wait until after the voting is over to find out. But I hope not. We need to be dotting the i's and crossing all the t's when it comes to making sure Romney and Rove don't do it all over again.
Philadelphia (CNN) - Mitt Romney on Friday opened a Philadelphia fund-raiser by saying a Romney win in the battleground state of Pennsylvania would amount to a surprising defeat.
"You know we really would shock people if early in the evening of Nov. 6 it looked like Pennsylvania was going to come our way and actually did come our way,”
"I'm going to win Pennsylvania, and I'm going to become the next president of the United States,"
CNN's Poll of Polls indicates President Barack Obama has a 10-point advantage over Romney in Pennsylvania, 51% to 41%.
2:55 PM PT: Here is an action link to the Dem Pennsylvania Party from mffarrow in the comments:
We might also contact the NAACP in Pennsylvania about what can be done to safeguard the vote. They were protesting the Voter ID laws the Republican Secretary of State championed.
I will post more action items as they arise.