McCain closing the gap, on Obamas pre-election poll lead.

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    Recent presidential poll indicate Sen. John McCain gaining on Sen Barack Obamas lead in many pre presidential election polls.
     
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    To bad it is not from anything Good McCain is saying. It is the result of Obama's stunning "revisions" of nearly all his stances.
     
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    Oh,is that what its all about. I think the undeceided voters will play a big role also.
     
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    It is sure a big part of it. I mean I have seen plenty of politicians change their stances on things, But man Obama is going for some kind of Record.
     
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    I think I heard Obama did just break the Politician flip flop record in the Guinness Book of world records.!
     
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    So this is the new Republican talking point by the flying monkeys of the blogsphere.

    I wonder if it will work against the backdrop of doubling oil prices, a failing housing market, and $700 billion dollars wasted in Iraq.

    Probably not.
     
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    Its gonna be a landslide for Obama... Even though Kerry was beaten in 2004, more democrats had voted for him than in any other election. Voter enrollment has in the Democratic party has increased substantially throughout the primary season. Since these enrollments are too new to be on the books that are taken into consideration in polls this added electorate is not even being tapped. In my local community we have over 1,000 comunitiy volundeers. This is up from the numbers during the primary and three times the numbers from the Kerry campaign... This campaign is over...
     
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    I can't wait until the debates. It's gonna be like old man hunting season. I kinda doubt the public will look too highly on the "I'm not going to answer that" responses silver top will be throwing out. :)
     
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    anybody see that video clip of mccain being asked about why health care insurance will cover viagra and not birth control?

    talk about deer in the head lights.
     

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