You've really drunk the Koolade, haven't you? (But have you voted yet?)
I want my fairy godmother to give me a million dollars and take 8 inches off my waistline.
Doesn't matter how much I want it, it is unlikely to happen.
Are you saying that President Barack Obama isn't the candidate for the Democratic Party?
It's pretty obvious, and it has been for a long time, that you're trying to disillusion liberal voters on this site. Conservatives want Obama supporters to feel that they're voting for a losing candidate (or one who may drop out of the race in your case), so they might as well not vote. Nice try, but we're all voting come hell or high water. Most of us are voting early, so that nobody turns away from the polls on election day because of long lines.
President Obama's odds of winning are good. Yeah, we were admittedly worried after the first debate, but it's been getting better ever since then, especially since Obama has maintained his lead in the polls in Ohio. Even Gallup and Rasmussen, which are the two polls that have Romney ahead by the largest margins, still have Obama ahead in Ohio. I can't imagine Romney winning without it, but Obama has other plausible outs.
It'll be a close election, which is all the more reason to vote. Obama needs Wisconsin, and it will be a slap in the face to Ryan if Romney loses it. We may not have gotten the recall, but that will make this victory all the much sweeter.