Sure there’s a solid month until Election Day, but for all intents and purposes, the race for the White House may be over tomorrow.
On Wednesday October 3rd, GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and incumbent President Barack Obama face one another in their first debate and it’s widely believed that Mitt Romney must achieve some critical objectives if he hopes to pull ahead of President Obama in the polls.
“It’s a big day for Romney,” remarked Larry Kudlow, “absolutely no question there.”
And though Romney is an accomplished politician and business leader, what he must achieve in a matter of hours may be the hardest things he’s ever had to do in his life.
“In the end voters have to like the candidate they vote for,” explained Republican Strategist Roger Stone on The Kudlow Report. “Mitt Romney (appears as if he) has no empathy. He comes across as a man who doesn’t share voter’s hopes and desires.”