“The dynamics couldn’t be better for us,” an anonymous senior Romney strategist told John Heilemann in a profile of the campaign in New York Magazine. “I don’t see any scenario where we’re not the nominee.”
Heilemann writes that much has changed over the span of a month for Romney’s campaign because at “the start of December, this degree of self-assurance would have seemed not merely misplaced but a sign of mental illness.”
But if polls are any indication, it may still be a little premature for the Romney campaign to shoot off about how they’re going to clean up.
Editor: Well with one week to go, I guess we can just all forget about attending our own State’s primary voting because Romney has won without the first vote being cast.