According to a number of conservative blogs I read, the polls are skewed and wrong in their reports and the MSM is biased toward President Obama, and it's "in the bag" for him as well.
Except here's another nugget of truth [otherwise known as a "false fact"] that the conservatives won't face:
Wall Street Journal accused of concealing writers’ Mitt Romney links
"Veteran journalists attack Murdoch paper for failure to disclose writers’ political sympathies
The Wall Street Journal has been criticised by senior US journalists for failing to disclose that 10 of its op-ed writers are Mitt Romney advisers.
According to an inquiry by Media Matters, 23 pieces in the WSJ’s op-ed pages attacked President Obama or praised Romney without the writers acknowledging their political connections to Romney.
Max Frankel, a former New York Times executive editor, called the lack of disclosure 'shameless.' He added: 'They ought to put a banner saying Romney has approved of this page… It looks like the Wall Street Journal editorial and op ed pages have enlisted in the campaign. They should be disclosing that.'
'Not disclosing is inexcusable,' declared Stephen Henderson, editorial page editor of the Detroit Free Press. 'It is important to disclose that so that the reader can evaluate the argument intelligently,”'said Nicholas Goldberg, Los Angeles Times editorial page editor, adding that transparency is 'absolutely essential.'
A review by Media Matters on September 19 named the 10 WSJ writers with strong Romney links as John Bolton; Max Boot; Lee Casey; Paula Dobriansky; Mary Ann Glendon; Glenn Hubbard; Paul Peterson; David Rivkin Jr; Martin West; and Michael Mukasey.
The Wall Street Journal is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. Murdoch has made it abundantly clear in his many tweets that he supports Romney."
And let's not forget Murdoch's sleaze.
"Murdoch himself has taken considerable personal fire. After he testified that he had known nothing about the phone-hacking scandal, he was blasted for being out of touch, and a May British parliamentary report found that the media mogul 'is not a fit person to exercise the stewardship of a major international company.'
Earlier this week, Murdoch resigned from the boards of his British newspapers in a move that analysts said was designed to distance the media mogul from the hacking scandal and restore shareholders’ confidence in the company. However, a company spokeswoman told the New York Times that the move was 'nothing more than a corporate housecleaning exercise' and staff were reassured that Murdoch would remain involved with the papers."
The guy who's "not a fit person to exercise the stewardship of a major international company" is the guy who owns FAUX NOOZ, the propaganda arm of the Republican Party. The cable news station that employs melonheads like Sarah Palin and Sean Hannity, and that gave the self-described "rodeo clown," Glenn Beck, his own show in which he made a colossal ass of himself every night.
It is not surprising that a number of conservative blogs are so angry and upset over what the polls are telling us at this point. They've been reading from and listening to the GOP news outlets that sell them only what they want to hear.