The Democratic National Convention in Charlotte opens tomorrow in the name of public demolition of
Team Obama has already spent more than $ 100 million in TV commercials in the 12 states most poised to describe Romney as a tax evader and an unscrupulous speculator, an expression of savage capitalism, as well as Team Romney has signed a convention where the will to pound the airwaves with the accusation of having caused Obama to "23 million Americans out of work 'meant dozens of speakers to deliver speeches-photocopy, leaving only the memory of September 11, Condoleezza Rice.
Behind this convergence of approaches is the reading of the challenge that unites the two teams: David , Democrat and Republican Stuart Stevens believe that the race will remain in balance until the last weeks and therefore to prevail will be those who get to the polls on highest number of their supporters. Polls comfort this interpretation: the candidates are in almost perfect balance of February and the effect pro Romney Convention in Tampa did not appear to alter the situation much, because the uncertainties are reduced to 5 percent. Grover , founder of "Tax Reform" that inspired , this implies that "Romney is the favorite because the uncertainties in the end they always tend to favor the challenger," while Larry , presidential history, raises the possibility of a " repetition of Florida 2000 "when the White House was assigned to 537 votes waste and Bill Schneider, a political scientist conservative on liberal CNN, speaks of" stalemate due to the fact that America is polarized about Obama and no one is willing to change his mind. "
The impasse harms programs and proposals for strategists, pollsters and TV commercials focus on attacks rather than on the proposals. Obama promises to change pitch Thursday night, when the nomination acceptance speech announcing the intention to "draw the path of the next four years," with concrete proposals for measures and reforms capable of boosting economic development while Romney and Paul Ryan Vice , traveling in the States in the balance, argue that soon will reveal the details of the "plan to create 12 million jobs" they spoke from the stage in Tampa. In anticipation of their move, America remains in the limbo of an election campaign where political conflict lies shortage of ideas and weak leadership. For Obama, this means not being able to "change Washington" as was proposed in 2008, while in the case of Romney implies the belief that they can not win on the basis of a new idea of America, but only because of the discontent with the demerits of the rival. We will know soon if Assizes of Charlotte will be able to change that equation.