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.
**** Morris admitted yesterday that he was bullsh
itting when he was predicting the Romney blow-out because he wanted to keep conservative spirits up.
**** 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.