(CNN) - After a busy week of fundraisers and campaign events, presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Friday heads to La Jolla, California for the holiday weekend.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama, fresh off a campaign trip to Iowa, also has a light day on Friday, with no political events on the schedule.
I'm surprised that neither campaign is trying to throw a punch as the bell rings at the end of the round. Before this day is up, one of them is going to leave a "take that" for the voters to contemplate over the weekend.
Also don't forget to campaign somehow a little on that state. If you win that state, victory may be underway for you. Plain handshakes, then after say "Romney for President" and hit the deck, spring boards may be included. Who wants to execute a perfect jackknife and a smooth dip at the end. Speaking of the devil, who has chips to go with it?
Awww, Mittens misses his car elevator and needs to visit.
I hope the sociorobully bishop makes time to meet with his architects and contractors while in the super rich La Jolla neighborhood. He needs to make sure, after November, that his plans for the mansion and elevators for cars are in place while he and his non working wife (thanks for realizing that she was NOT helping your campaign sith REAL working women) rent another mansion (won't be the WH) until they can move back with all those cars they have!
Of course you will not read or hear about it in the liberally biased media, but Obama has received campaign contributions from the same Bain Capital he has been blasting all week, AND IS NOT RETURNING THEM, Hypocrisy, your name is Obama, the most inept, incompetent, corrupt, union toady president we have ever had. Why would CNN not report that story?
It's all going to be about the 270 number – The 17th state to Join the Union – and the Sunshine State . Whomever carries these 2 states, will be our next President. Anybody with half a brain knows that California & N.Y. will go to the Dems, and TX will end up going Republican. Bottom Line is that most people that follow politics already knows what States will lean towards. Except for about 5 States. The 2 that I mentioned above, will be the most crucial.