11 April 2008

Obama Loses 10-Point Advantage Over McCain

Republican Sen. John McCain has erased Sen. Barack Obama's 10-point advantage in a head-to-head matchup, leaving him essentially tied with both Democratic candidates in an Associated Press-Ipsos national poll released Thursday.Further evidence that the story I wrote about previously is true. Obama cannot and will not win this election. He's hoping that the whole Wright thing will just go away, but it's an issue that won't go away, because the American public doesn't want someone in the White House that thinks they're a bunch of evil racists.

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  1. youre a tool man, a complete fool and a waste.

  2. Nice to see that you can have an intelligent conversation, but let's go over some number's shall we?
    More than 20% of Hillary Supporters have said that they won't support Obama, so that's around 10% of the Democrat Party. If half the county shows up to vote for McCain, and the other half MINUS Hillary supporters show up to vote for Obama, then the voting ends 50% to 40%. If half those Clinton supporters go with McCain, then you have 55% to 40% of all eligible voters on McCain's favor.
    Math may not be your thing, but it is mine, and it's on my side. Keep in mind that Clinton was the ONLY Democrat in the past 40 years to win more than 50%, and that was upon Re-Election. If it wasn't for Ross Perot, he would have never won the first term, with his 45%.
    Obama has no one to split the Conservative Vote with though so he can't win that way either.

  3. Everybody knows McCain will win, like did Berlusconi here, words words words.
    Obama is naive like Veltroni, maybe more dangerous.


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