Skip to comments.FOX & Friends: "McCain pollster claims election will not be decided tonight"
Posted on 11/04/2008 4:54:50 AM PST by nhwingut
I was watching Brian Kilmeade of F&F interview David Plouffe of the Obama campaign. Kilmeade told Plouffe that the McCain internal pollster told him that this election is "razor thin" and moving in "McCain's direction," predicting the election "will NOT be over tonight."
Plouffe did not have his per usual snarky, cocky look. He appeared concerned. Anyone see/else hear this?
I saw it a few minutes ago.
Plouffe had the look of a man who was just told on the air that his fly is open.
I didn’t see it, but if McCain wins, the election will definitely not be over tonight. The Dems will begin litigation immediately, and I think the GOP is prepared for this.
OH_BAH_MA Is a liar and thief!
John Mc Cain is
Commander in Chief!
It will be over, but Obama and the MSM won’t admit it!
Actually, I'm not sure that would bother most 'Rats.
You could see this coming weeks ago. They know its close and they are getting ready with their lawyers and are off to the courts.
IIRC, Lawyers from both parties are ON THE GROUND in all the battle ground states.
He did look like someone had peed in his cornflakes.
More's the pity.
He’s still cocky, he just doesn’t want Obama voters to stay home thinking its a done deal.
Really? Who won?
But what did he say as opposed to how he looked?
it looked like he had tears in his eyes.
Btw, Judge Naplolitano said about an hour ago he wants emails tips if anyone witnesses any election shenanigans.
Nothing to see there... move on.
Not that confident, I agree. I loved hearing Brian Wilson’s report...he’s been in battleground states at diners and coffee shops chatting with the folks for weeks. Brian—the polls didn’t feel right! The polls were much different than what he was hearing on the ground. Hmmmmmmm.
How do you know he’s wrong?
The election will be so close in a couple of key states and the popular vote may in fact go overwhelmingly to Obama, especially as states like California, Illinois and New York go unusually heavy towards the left(more so than they normally do) that the results will bring rioting to a neighborhood towards you. I have hope McCain can pull it out but I do not have hope that the masses that pull for Obama will understand the system, at all. This election scares me more than any has, especially considering the neighborhood I live in.
I saw a piece of it and was shocked at the fluff and softballs that Kilmeade was tossing Plouffe. Something like, "Isn't it amazing that a man who was living in an alley 20 years ago is now on the threshold of the Presidency of the United States of America?" I started yelling at the TV. If it had been Katie Couric, I would have understood a question like that. But, really... Maybe Kilmeade saw Plouffe's poor mental condition and decided to make him feel better.
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