Several months ago, I appeared on Hannity among a group of fifteen spokesmen and pundits. At the end of the segment, Hannity asked who thought Romney would win. Everyone raised their hands except filmmaker Steve Bannon and me -- we were the only ones who raised our hands when Hannity asked who thought Obama would win.
Everyone else there looked at Bannon and me as if we had two heads and were being defeatist. But we were the only ones who were right.
On Election Day, when I predicted a Romney win, it was the only day I gave in to hope about this -- the final polling looked as if things were breaking our way. Wall Street gave in to hope that day, too, and was up. But throughout the campaign, I knew: Obama's media machine was too determined, too ruthless. There was no way they were going to let him lose.
Hannity has had every one of the people on his panel back on his show since then except me. Yet I was one of the only ones who were right, and the rest were wrong. It is yet another example of how the conservative media keeps trotting out failed analysts who are wrong almost all the time, and yet are never held accountable for their errors, while those of us who are right are ignored.
These failed analysts and failed policies of the past have to be swept aside. It's time for a new opposition.