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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post


    Again, who's thunder did Palin steal?
    Let's wait until the polls come out next week. BO is like "New Coke". A whole lot of hype always turns into apathy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    Again, who's thunder did Palin steal?

    Apparently Obama's because his bounce stopped cold on August 30. Again, referring only to the numbers and charts YOU present.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    Apparently Obama's because his bounce stopped cold on August 30. Again, referring only to the numbers and charts YOU present.
    Yup. He got a little bounce going into the convention (always happens), then flattened out, and starting this week with all the Plain buzz, he will start to drop. By the RNC he will be behind McCain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlMBA View Post
    Yup. He got a little bounce going into the convention (always happens), then flattened out, and starting this week with all the Plain buzz, he will start to drop. By the RNC he will be behind McCain.
    Ummm you yourself said Gustav will be deadly havoc, I wonder what that will do for this Palin and RNC buzz? These numbers are gonna hold for a while.
     

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    Women in general aren't the political junkies that men are. They generally don't watch the talking head shows or listen to the radio personalities or wade through the political blogs and op ed pieces. Palin is an unknown to them at this point. Her name isn't familiar and she isn't married to anyone famous. Most of them are probably also unfamiliar with Biden (outside his state).

    As more stories come out about the fact that she is a mother of 5 and a fulltime professional, they will take notice. Clinton could never capitalize on her motherhood because most women don't see taking care of one child under those circumstances to be anything special. Palin has 5 kids, one of whom has Down syndrome. This will get some airplay.

    She also seems more approachable than many of the female politicians we've seen recently. It's early days yet so time will tell.

    I have no interest in voting for a woman because she is a woman. To me, this is like voting skin color or religious denomination. However, I am interested in Palin because she favors many of things I favor and she is a woman.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    Ummm you yourself said Gustav will be deadly havoc, I wonder what that will do for this Palin and RNC buzz? These numbers are gonna hold for a while.
    You think? The National Guard is already in New Orleans. Nagin has started evacuation preperations. A leaf blower won't be taken to the Dregs of New Orleans like last time. And another thing, all of the onew who refused to leave because welfare check day was approaching, are already on the Government tit in Houston and elsewhere.

    The death and destruction you and your fellow Democrats are craving won't be happening. Kind of how your deeply held wish for a few thousand more dead troops for your political gain never happened either.
     

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    It doesnt matter, images of a flooded New Orleans will bring back memories of Katrina and thats all Obama will need to negate any bump from Palin or the convention.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    It doesnt matter, images of a flooded New Orleans will bring back memories of Katrina and thats all Obama will need to negate any bump from Palin or the convention.
    And what will images of black men his age robbing and looting do for him? Anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    It doesnt matter, images of a flooded New Orleans will bring back memories of Katrina and thats all Obama will need to negate any bump from Palin or the convention.
    How appropriate that you should answer like you did. It does not matter as long as Obama's numbers go up. Let me let you in on a little secret. Bring up Katrina will bring up nothing but the ill feelings that working Americans have towards those wortless pieces of trash. Houston is in the midst of a three year crime wave because of these people. Three years these people have laid up in tax payer provided housing and sucked down resources. A year ago whole towns in the Mid-West were leveled to the foundation by storms and those towns have been completely rebuilt and these people can't move out of a fucking motel room. Let the dregs try to evacute to Texas this year and they will be met at the state line with National Guard tanks and armed Texans.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelids View Post
    It doesnt matter, images of a flooded New Orleans will bring back memories of Katrina and thats all Obama will need to negate any bump from Palin or the convention.
    Just as we've noted before, Dims love it when their own are harmed.


    BTW, I love your beginning graph...great numbers for Palin. McCain chose well.
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    Under Obama’s own projections, interest payments on the debt are on course to triple from 2010 (his first budgetary year) to 2018, climbing from $196 billion to $685 billion annually.
     

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