I would tend to agree with your point of view. This is setting up (supposedly) to be a HUGE democrat year, and yet B. Hussein can't even pull ahead of McCain out of the margin of error.
If I was B. Hussein's campaign, I would be scratching my head instead of my dick to find out what was going on.
I have little doubt Obama will win in November. We're a nation of idiots and I have absolute faith in the lemmings to elect a Marxist militant (anti-white) black to the Presidency then sit back for 4 years and wring their hands wondering why the whole house of cards came crashing down. I promise you after the first year you will be hard pressed to find a single person, except for the DUmmies, who will admit having voted for him.
It's our own fault. We put up McCain who is by far the weakest candidate the Republicans could have fielded. They might as well have talked Bob Dole into another run.
I'm going to sit back, laugh (and cry) and say "I told you so" for the next 4 years because at this point we're powerless to change what's about to happen.
So get your checkbooks out ladies and get ready for a VERY expensive next 4 years. Say hello to outrageous tax hikes, $8 a gallon gas, an even worse housing market... basically, say hello to the late 70's all over again.
Last edited by Full-Auto; 06-27-2008 at 08:47 AM.
...which means despite 17% more respondents identifying themselves as Democrats over Republicans, the Messiah only had a 12-15% lead.
And I love this spin:
"But the great majority of Clinton voters have transferred their allegiance to Obama, the poll found, with 11% of Clinton voters defecting to McCain."
1 in 9 Hillary voters transferred to McCain. If she got 1/2 the Democrat primary vote, that means we can expect about 5% of Democrats to switch to McCain.
Can you say landslide?
Once upon a time this Guy Named Ronald Reagan was considered one of the weakest candidates the Rep party had ever put forth. That weakest candidate was elected & re-elected by the largest margins in US history. Not saying McCain is Reagan but single issue voters or voters looking for 100% satisfaction have been & will continue to be wrong when it comes to judging the political pulse of the nation.
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