Gbaji was wrong because he decided to listen to a narrative that was soothing rather than one that was fact based. It's no surprise: present Gbaji with any study, poll or data that goes against his stance and he'll find a dozen reasons why it doesn't count. This wasn't really (in his case) the fault of Fox News or Unskewed Polls or Rush Limbaugh; it was just Gbaji being Gbaji. This time he just had more places to pat his head and tell him he was right.
Dick Morris admitted yesterday that he was bullsh
itting when he was predicting the Romney blow-out because he wanted to keep conservative spirits up.
Dick Morris wrote:
I think that there was a period of time when the Romney campaign was falling apart, people were not optimistic, nobody thought there was a chance of victory and I felt that it was my duty at that point to go out and say what I said.