Deja-vu all over again?
Thanks, Chet, for these reality checks!
Well, this can give us all hope, that a poll a month before election day in 2004 was not a predictor of how the election would turn out.
I’m concerned though, looking state by state. These electoral vote map web sites have Obama ahead in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Florida, Colorado, and Nevada. How does McCain win this election if Obama wins most of the battleground states? I hope as the race tightens up, these states also tighten up.
The last few months have been a challenge, but that is nothing compared to what it would have been like under President John Francoise Viet Nam Wind Surfer Blowhard Kerry.
McCain needs to stay away from the Senate and remember that he is running for President.
We have a much bigger problem this time. The country has a big economic collapse cloud hanging over its head and the sheeple will take it out on the party in power whether it deserves it or not. Most don’t realize Obama’s policies will make it worse.
Thanks for posting this.
Kerry is such a tool. I’m amazed he was doing this well at one point.
Analysis: No change in presidential race after debate By alan Elsner Reuters
October 6, 2000 Web posted at: 3:58 p.m. EDT (1958 GMT)
ANALYSIS- By Alan Elsner, Political Correspondent
DANVILLE, Ky. (Reuters) - It was heralded as a potential turning point in the 2000 U.S. presidential race, but after the first debate between Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush, nothing appears to have changed.
Before Tuesday's debate in Boston, the vice president led Bush, the governor of Texas, in a Reuters/MSNBC tracking poll by 46 percent to 40 percent. Three days after that much-hyped event, Gore led by 46 to 41 percent -- a statistically insignificant difference.
LOL! We kicked Kerry good down here in Florida but we worked very hard. They had hundreds of MoveOn.org/com paid thugs down here too.
Obama is a weaker candidate in FL. we cannot take chances. Volunteer and donate to McCain-Palin 2008. the elections are a media tax every year where the dying lib papers and TV stations have to get campaign money.
Sarah is on the move now. Last week sucked because of Dems manipulated Financial Disaster thanks to Soros, Saudi money and Chicago options markets and Congressional Dems.
Sarah also had to waste the whole week on study up for the debate which she won.
She and Todd can win MN, WS, MI and Iowa. She is on a roll. She will draw 30,000 or more in Clearwater though the city is trying to stop that many people coming because they can only handle 10,000. She and Todd can do the same thing in the upper Midwest where she speaks their lingo.
Ignore the polls. Volunteer and contribute - now.
Again...the only poll that matters is the one that happens on the first Tuesday in November.