Most of the “serious” right is predicting a Bush win, albeit tenuously and a small one. See here, for example.
If you’re looking for good news (and a good laugh), take a look at the expectations of the right on election even in 2000 here. In an election that GWB kinda sorta (not really) won, here are some highlights of their predictions:
Electoral Vote: Bush 446, Gore 92
Popular Vote: Bush 51.2, Gore 41.9 (Nader 5.8)
Toss-up states they call Bush leaners include: California, Illinois, Delaware, Maine, Michigan, Washington.
If the expectations:result ratio of the right follows the patterns of 2000, we’re looking at a Kerry landslide.