Zogby: Palin Gives McCain Big Boost

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    The KoS/DU kooks think that Bush is Hitler and that he still has plans to stay in office for another 8 years. They're irrelevent, especially if you're trying to gauge the mainstream's perception regarding Palin.
     
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    granted
    but these attacks have been low even for them
    i suppose its all they got
    which doesnt bode well for the dems
     
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    Yeah, the pregnancy thing is low ...

    But coming in the wake of everything that has been thrown at Obama it doesn't exactly stand out ...
     
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    Kos and DU don't speak for or represent the majority of Dems. Hell, I doubt that your average Obama voter even knows what Kos or DU is.
     
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    all i know is she has energized the conservatives
    i know MANY that were either going 3rd party or staying home that are now going to vote for McCain/Palin
     
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    Of course she has ... McCain's nomination infuriated a lot of conservatives ... they NEEDED something to get them behind this ticket.

    But like I said before ... this is a honeymoon phase ... let's see how this gal does on the campaign trail.
     
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    Don't count out all Kirk, he doesn't mind reposting the same shit, over and over.....Even when someone effectively debunks his lies, he will just repost it in another thread.
     
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    I read it.

    I don't doubt it, either.

    What's is there to say about it?
     
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    I will give you that. The initial "honeymoon" may be over, but she did cause quite a stir. She is, after all, a staunch conservative, and that's what McCain needed to stay in this. Someone that would energize the conservative base. My parents are staunch conservatives, and if McCain had selected Lieberman or someone like him, for the first time in their lives they had planned on not voting, and that was true with MANY conservatives. But with Palin on the ticket, at least now they feel they can "hold their nose" and vote for McCain. Same with me. I am NO McCain lover.

    But let's give it a little time. I think the more conservatives get to know Palin, the more they're going to like her. I think her being picked is McCain's ace in the hole. I'll eat my words if I'm wrong, but I think with the coming RNC convention coming up, and after that, McCain's numbers are going to shoot up above hussein's even further, and hussein will never be able to catch him. He's going to lose this election in November, possibly in a land slide.
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    Oh, and then some. :D thank you.

    BTW, do you follow gallup daily tracking?

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    And stop being so scared of Obama. He is not a secret radical muslim that hates whitey. Fer cryin out loud.
     
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