Over the course of the past few weeks, I have come across to debate many Republicans (Not those who're convinced in Obama's victory ever since) what Romney did wrong, what he has to do, and why he's poised to lose this election.
I am always an optimist. As a Republican in NYC, especially in Southern Brooklyn, I get no chance but to help underdog Republican candidates pull out a win or at the very least a respectful loss. So, Optimism is part of my drive and motivation in local politics. But, nevertheless am I a realist, who has learned the hard way of offering resounding predictions, only to hide or scrap out some unconvincing excuse. Thus, I advise many who approach me, not to jump the gun, predict or fall into depression mode, of assuming results before votes were counted or without taking in count various events or steps that could still determine the outcome in November.