Mitt Romney Admits that President Obama's Victory is "Possible"

| by Michael Allen

Speaking to voters in Des Moines, Iowa on Sunday, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made a surprising admission when he said a victory for President Barack Obama as “possible."

However, Romney did add, "but not likely,” reported the Wall Street Journal.

Former Bush strategist Karl Rove told the Washington Post, on Saturday, that Hurricane Sandy may win the election for President Obama: “It’s the October surprise. For once, the October surprise was a real surprise.”

Current lobbyist and former Missmissippi Gov. Haley Barbour told CNN, on Sunday, that Hurricane Sandy “broke Romney’s momentum.”

Barbour said: "Any day that the news media is not talking about jobs and the economy, taxes and spending, deficits and debt, Obamacare and energy is a good day for Barack Obama. You had a blackout, you had a blackout on all of those issues that started about last Saturday and lasted until about yesterday. That was what was really good for Barack Obama.”

New York Times polling expert Nate Silver predicts, today, that President Obama has an 86 percent chance of winning.