The Electoral College Poll

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    I have On Point with Tom Ashbrook playing now.

    Every woman, and every independent, that has called in, has swung away from McCain since he picked Palin.

    He went to the right in the general campaign instead of center.
     
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    I was watching a focus group with Frank Lunz yesterday, and the women really didn't like Palin.

    McCain is going to have to dump her and admit his mistake. She is big, big trouble.

    I hope he keeps her! Please!
     
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    That would be sweet. The house The senate and a mandate for Obama. Change is a good thing.
     
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    If he dumps her he is really dead. He is stuck with her like glue. Right wing women will run from him if he does that.
     
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    yeah, but you know what they say about "absolute power" don't you...?
    :eusa_shifty:

    although maybe we need to have that pendulum naturally swing back to the left by same measure it has swung to the right for the past 8 yrs. :eusa_think:
     
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    Why?----I'm tired of going back and forth and never going foreward.
     
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    i think our country has come a looong way and we will continue to move forward, either way...people are convinced an obama presidency will bring positive change...i don't see it...i see a jimmy carter recession redux..i hope to be proven wrong. the idea of mccain/palin running a campaign to reform government spending is very appealing to me..the rest of the religious right wing agenda i can do without, and if they don't offer some assurances to protect roe v. wade and gay rights, i think obama/biden will win in a landslide...all the tax dollars in the world aren't worth giving up human rights over.
     
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    The President has no power to do anything about Roe V Wade. Never has, never will. And the Supreme Court is not going to change it either. No matter who McCain would put on the court.
     

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