Discussion in 'Congress' started by Chris, Oct 7, 2008.
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that seems a bit overly-obama-optimistic. NC a tie? winning oh, pa, fl, va, nh, nv, mo? i dont think even his biggest fans are expecting that
Obama is exceed expectations, and McCain is running one of the worst campaigns in American history.
Now that McCain gave up on Michigan, he has to SWEEP all those states. We only need one of them. I think we can get New Mexico, Florida, Ohio, Virginia.
But then again, we only need ONE OF THEM now.
I don't see Obama winning NC, FL, NH or MO. He'll definitely win PA, VA and OH. Doing so will make him the 44th president of the United States.
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It may be slightly blue but Missouri will go Obama. I'm calling it now.
The bottom line is that there are no blue states turning red and you guys have all these states to worry about.
100,000 more new democratic voters in Florida than Republicans. Scared yet?
that is true, but he likely wont win all or even a majority of those states was my point
Let's not be overly optomistic, Sealy. Let's hope Obama wins, but expect it to be a very tight race. It may come down to just one state: Ohio.
I know. But that would mean McCain swept all those states, and right now it is not looking good for him.
They are going negative and it just isn't playing well with the public. And bringing up Ayers again seems old. The media played up the Rev. Wright thing for all it was worth and I just don't see it resonating again. People are seeing McCain and Palin as being desperate.
I heard a poll yesterday that as the economy tanks, more and more people are starting to realize that McCain's economic policies are going to be no different than Bush's. And Bush's approval ratings just sunk to an all time low.
So all we can do is fight back because the campaign is about to get very ugly. Palin was saying yesterday in one of her pep rallies that Obama "pals around" with terrorists.
They just aren't believable. I love it.
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