Romney and Obama do battle…but does the election outcome really matter?  

12.45PM EDT 30 Oct., 2012: Nobody knows how the 2012 US presidential election will play out, according to US Today’s David Jackson. As he notes, “A historic storm has further clouded an already impossible-to-predict presidential election.”

Jackson continues:

As aides to President Obama and Mitt Romney assess how Hurricane Sandy might affect their campaigns, pollsters are starting to note the historically close nature of the race…The many and various polls have been all over the place, at both the national and swing state levels.

Now comes a totally unique factor: a massive hurricane that could directly affect as many as 60 million Americans.

Will the storm response enhance President Obama’s reputation with the voters? Will it reduce turnout by hundreds of thousands, or even millions? Will Mitt Romney be able to make his case in the face of wall-to-wall hurricane coverage?

…It’s a historic twist to an already historically close election. And the bottom line: Nobody knows how it will play out. Batten down the hatches. One week to go.

However, the question remains: Does the election result really matter? Has a US election result mattered since the Kennedy era?

We attempt to answer these questions in our international thriller novels, The Ninth Orphan (The Orphan Trilogy, #1), and The Orphan Factory (The Orphan Trilogy, #2) and shed some light on who wields the real power in today’s world…

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