Obama just lost the election.

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    Obama just lost the election in the past 24 hours. He called the current crises the worst since the depression and then told the world to call if they needed his help. That ended the election right there. Game over. Just to make sure he completely screwed up he took a cheap shot at McCain by lecturing that a President should be able to do more than one thing at a time. This cheap shot was then endlessly repeated by campaign and major media surrogates. All this during a crises. What Obama should have done was join McCain in suspending the campaign, postpone the debate and go with McCain to Washington to work out an agreement. To top if off the Democrats spread the false story that a "deal" had been done even though not one House Republican had signed on to it and the Republican House Leader had not even been briefed on the "deal". Obama will rue the day he played politics instead of putting the country first. Adios Obama. Nice knowing ya.
     
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    He's also picking a fight with the NRA.

    Ask Bubba, Gore and Kerry how that worked for them.
     
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    I thought he lost the race when Palin was nominated?

    Wait, I thought he lost the race when Hillary wouldn't get out?

    Wait, wait, I remember, he lost the race when he announced his candidacy as a black man named Barack Hussein Obama....
     
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    Don't you get it? He just lost the economic issue. He's a goner.
     
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    The x-factor is ACORN voter fraud.

    Recall that in the last 2 elections, the libbies made serious attempts to steal the Presidency after the fact. This time they may have learned that they need to be more proactive.
     
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    Small potatoes. I predict McCain begins to pull away next week especially if the debate goes off as scheduled.
     
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    "The fundamentals of our economy are strong ..."
     
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    No, I don't get that.

    80% of Americans are PISSED AS HELL about what is happening with the bailout, whichever way it goes, you are starting with an 80% piss factor.

    Obama aligns himself wityh taxpayers, McCain aligns himself with wall street and the financial institutions. Even if McCain's "side" "wins" Obama is consistently running on a populist message.

    *I* predict that Obama pulls away a bit especially if the debates go off, especially the VP and economic debate.
     
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    You're thinking like a New York fan who still says "Red Sucks" while the Sox are in the playoffs and the Yankees are going home.

    Wake up. Obama blew it. All he had to do was tell McCain that putting "politics aside for a few days was a good idea, let's roll up our sleeves and go solve this problem". If he had done that he probably would have been the next President of United States. But instead he played politics.

    The Red Sox and No, No Nanette are intertwined forever. Obama will be intertwined with, "call me if you need any help". Trust me. It'll be in the history books along side Gore's sighs. A staggering miscalculation.
     

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