David Frum, Erick Erickson, and Ezra Klein are convinced that GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign is in deep trouble and must dramatically change course. Best-selling author David Limbaugh, by contrast, thinks Romney’s chances are good.

Looking at the last several years, Limbaugh believes conservative ideas still resonate with many voters:

Of course the media are biased against Romney, but that isn’t an insurmountable obstacle:

As for Mitt Romney’s statement about “the 47 percent,” Limbaugh thinks it was defeatist:

Some of those who pay no income taxes will in fact end up voting for Romney:

Limbaugh says grass-roots conservatives need to stop being so pessimistic:

Despite all the hand-wringing, the race is very close:

Exactly right.